About the Hub

The NanoFabNet Hub is the product of two-and-a-half years’ collaborative work efforts from several European and international partners. It is the virtual platform for the NanoFabNet network, serving as an important tool for nanotechnology professionals and entities.

The NanoFabNet Hub stands for:
  • a well-implemented, guided approach to high levels of safety and sustainability,
  • trusted technical reliability and quality,
  • compliance with and drive of harmonisation, standardisation, and regulation requirements, amongst all of its members and along their nanofabrication value chains.
The structure

The Hub follows an open structure, whose elements have been developed, agreed and validated in a stakeholder-driven approach. A registered NanoFabNet secretariat at its centre provides an accountable, approachable executive that secures its economic sustainability.

The NanoFabNet Hub is a one-stop-shop for all matters and concerns pertaining to sustainable nanofabrication and its successful incorporation into the complex, large-scale, high-value industries by bringing together governmental and academic laboratories, with large industries and SMEs, and thereby offering a coordination space for past, current and future collaborative nanofabrication projects (incl. both EU-funded projects and initiatives, as well as public-to-public partnerships (P2Ps) and public-private-partnerships (PPPs)).

It provides a range of services including access to potential partners and clients, infrastructures, validation, trainings and consultations, while collaborative and cooperative activities between actors of the wider international nanofabrication community will be fostered within the open architecture of the Hub.

Our Mission

NanoFabNet is an international hub for sustainable nanofabrication whose structure, business model, detailed strategies and action plans are designed, agreed and carried by its partners. NanoFabNet’s virtual collaboration space, the NanoFabNet Hub, is a self-sustained platform that aids international stakeholders in accessing expert knowledge about ethical, safe, and sustainable nanofabrication.

An international hub for sustainable high-tech innovation

Associated
Stakeholders

Key Stakeholders in Our Community

There are several important initiatives and projects which are aligned with NanoFabNet:

SusNanoFab (Sister Project)
EU Nanosafety Cluster
Euro Nano Lab
European Committee for Standardization
European Materials Characterisation Council
European Materials Modelling Council
European Network for Pilot Production Facilities and Innovation Hubs
Gov4Nano
INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory
National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI (US))
National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO(US))
NorFab
RiskGONE Project
Silesian Nano Cluster
European Projects

Many other relevant projects and entities exist in our wide community

CE Interreg SYNERGY
DaNa4.0
EU Graphene Flagship
NanoSolveIT
H2020 - CHALLENGES
NanoRigo
Other Organisation and Initiatives
2D-EPL Experimental pilot line for 2D materials
ART-ER
BMBF NanoCare4 initiatives
Catalogue of Research Infrastructure services
CE Interreg CEUP2030
CERTIFER
Club nanoMétrologie
COFRAC
CORNET ClusterMat
Deutsche Plattform Nanobiomedizin (DP-NBM)
EA
ECHA – RAC committee
EOSC-Hub
EUROLAB
European Association of Research and Technology Organisations
European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures
Fraunhofer Alliance Nanotechnology
Helmholz Spitzenforchung für Grosse Herausforderung
IGCC – International Graphene Certification Center
IK4-TEKNIKER (Spain), Iban Quintana
It-fab
KNMF
KTH Stockholm (Sweden) - Department of Production Engineering (IIP) / Sustainable Production Systems (Prof Lihui Wang)
LFoundry
microTEC Südwest e.V.
NanoAsociace
NanoCommons
NanoEHS CORs
NanoHarmony (H2020 project)
Nanoinitiative Bayern
NanoMAT
NanoSafe, Inc.
Nanoscribe (Germany)
Nordic Nano Network
npSCOPE (H2020 project)
Online S3
REACH/CLP helpdesk
Southeastern Nanotechnology Infrastructure Corridor (SENIC)
TechConnect
Technoport
The Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd
The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR)
VAMAS

Support

NanoFabNet has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 886171

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