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Day 1: Monday, 12 October 2015
EPoSS General Assembly 2015, Special Sessions by SAE and EXPRESS, EPoSS Working Group Sessions & EPoSS Dinner Event

10:00 Registration for the EPoSS General Assembly 2015
Welcome Coffee &
Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
10:30 EPoSS General Assembly 2015
(restricted to EPoSS members)
Chair: Carmelo Papa, EPoSS Chairman, STMicroelectronics, Switzerland
  1. Opening and introduction
  2. Reporting on members, bodies, finances, activities and strategic issues of the EPoSS Association
  3. Decisions to be taken by the General Assembly
  4. Next steps and outlook on 2016
  5. Any other business
12:30 End of EPoSS General Assembly 2015
& Walking Lunch

In parallel with

Guided Tours (including imec tower):
Fabrication Technology and Cleanroom Extension

Duration: 30 Minutes

13:30 Special Session by Smart Anything Everywhere Initiative:
Cyber Physical Systems and Smart Systems Meet for "Smart Anything Everywhere"
(open to all registered participants)
Chair: Henri Rajbenbach, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium
  1. Jérôme Dethier, European Commission, Belgium
    The European Smart Anything Everywhere Initiative
  2. Régis Hamelin, BLUMORPHO, France
    gateone-project – Innovation Service for European Smartization by SMEs
  3. Rainer Günzler, Hahn-Schickard, Germany
    SMARTER-SI - Smart Access to Manufacturing for Systems Integration
  4. Holger Pfeifer, fortiss, Germany
    CPS Engineering Labs - expediting and accelerating the realization of cyber-physical systems
  5. Olivier Thomas, CEA, France
    EuroCPS - European Network of competencies and platforms for Enabling SME from any sector building Innovative CPS products to sustain demand for European manufacturing
  6. Discussion "Smart Anything Everywhere - State of Play and Future Directions"
    Moderation: Chris Merveille, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain
15:00 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
15:30 Special Session by EXPRESS:
Smart Systems Integration – Because in the Future, Everything Needs to be Smart

(open to all registered participants)
Chair: Wolfgang Geßner, Head of EPoSS Office, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Germany
  1. Petra Weiler, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Germany
    EXPRESS Delivery
  2. Chris Merveille, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain
    Seeing the Smart in Everything
  3. Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion, Italy &
    Alvise Bonivento, IMI fondi chiusi sgr- Atlante Ventures, Italy
    How to Link to the Finance
  4. Nigel Rix, KTN - the Knowledge Transfer Network, UK
    EXPRESS Action Plan - in Five Slides
17:00 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
17:30 Parallel EPoSS Working Group Sessions         
(open to all registered participants)
17:30
Joint Session of the Working Groups Key Technologies, Healthy Living, Applied MNBS, Manufacturing & Robotics and Smart Communications & IoT
  1. Luc Van den Berghe, CEN CENELEC Management Centre, Belgium &
    Cees Lanting, CSEM, Switzerland
    Linking Research and Standards for Smart Systems Integration
  2. Cees Lanting, CSEM, Switzerland
    EPoSS and the IoT Large-Scale Pilots „Smart Living Environments for Ageing Well“, „Smart Farming and Food Security“ and „Wearables for Smart Ecosystems“
  3. Eric Moore, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
    ESTHER: A New Initiative on Cross-KETs for Healthcare

Parallel Session of the EPoSS Working Group Automotive
Chair: Riccardo Groppo
, Ideas & Motion, Italy

 

 

 

18:15
Parallel Session of the EPoSS Working Group Key Technologies
Chairs: Michael Scholles
, Fraunhofer IPMS, Germany &
Wolfgang Dettmann
, Infineon Technologies, Germany
Parallel Session of the EPoSS Working Groups Healthy Living and Applied MNBS
Chairs: Renzo Dal Molin, SORIN CRM, France,
Rainer Günzler, Hahn-Schickard, Germany &
Eric Moore, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
Parallel Session of the EPoSS Working Groups Manufacturing & Robotics and Smart Communications & IoT
C
hairs: Nunzio Abbate, STMicroelectronics, Italy,
Cees Lanting
, CSEM, Switzerland &
Antonio Lionetto, STMicroelectronics, Italy

Wolfgang Dettmann, Infineon Technologies, Germany
Brainstorming & Discussion on contributions of the Key Technologies Working Group to the IoT Large Scale Pilots

Patricia Vazquez, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
Miniaturized Integrated Systems for Bioanalytical Applications

Michael Scholles, Fraunhofer IPMS, Germany
Relevant Calls in the H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017,
Working Group related topics

Matthias Roller, Rollerwerk-Medical, Germany
Description of a System for Wear Time Measurement for Orthopedic Devices

Niall T.P. Savage, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
Development of a Smart Micro-structured Impedance Probe for the Detection of Breast Cancer

Renzo Dal Molin, SORIN CRM, France
ECSEL MASRIA 2016,
ECSEL Flagship Proposal,
Relevant Calls in the H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017
, Working Group related topics

Invited Talk: Michael Maiwald,
ETPIS - European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Germany
Towards „Process Sensors 4.0“ – How to turn the Vision to a Mission?

Thomas Wendt, University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, Germany
An innovative Approach of Implementing wireless communication in safety-critical Industrial Applications with a high degree of Availability and Security

Working Group Co-Chairs
Relevant Calls in the H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017, including IoT LSPs, and ECSEL MASRIA 2016,
WGs work programme and planning

Marko Haeckel, Robert Bosch GmbH, Belgium
AIOTI: Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation and its Working Group „Smart Mobility“

Eric Gaudillat, Programme Officer IoT, Unit Network Technologies, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium
The Use Cases of Connected Cars as Part of the Internet of Things

Cécile Huet, DG CONNECT,
European Commission, Belgium
Large Scale IoT Pilot: Autonomous Vehicles in a Connected Environment

Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Germany
EPoSS Activities and Opportunities in Automated Driving / Autonomous Vehicles

Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion, Italy
Upcoming Relevant calls in the H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017, Future activities of the Working Group

19:30
End of EPoSS Working Group Sessions      
&
Meeting for Bus Transfer to EPoSS Dinner Event                                
20:00 EPoSS Dinner Event

Day 2: Tuesday, 13 October 2015:
EPoSS Annual Forum 2015 “State of the (Sm)Art: Smart Systems Responding to Demand Side Requirements”, Focus Session on IoT & Joint EPoSS & MNBS Reception

08:30 Registration for the EPoSS Annual Forum 2015
Welcome Coffee &
Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
09:00 EPoSS Annual Forum 2015
(open to all registered participants)

Opening Session

Chair: Carmelo Papa, EPoSS Chairman, Executive Vice President, Industrial and Power General Manager, STMicroelectronics, Switzerland
  1. Rudi Cartuyvels, Senior Vice President, Smart Systems & Energy Technologies, Imec, Belgium
    From the Happy Few to the Many Happy
  2. Carmelo Papa, EPoSS Chairman, Executive Vice President, Industrial and Power General Manager, STMicroelectronics, Switzerland
    State of the (Sm)Art
  3. Invited Keynote: Alvise Bonivento, IMI fondi chiusi sgr- Atlante Ventures, Italy
    Why Invest in Smart Systems?
  4. Industry Keynote: Cor Verdouw, TP Organics - European Technology Platform for Organic Food and Farming Research, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
    Smart Systems in Agriculture and Food
  5. Industry Keynote: Alberto Bichi, Secretary General of FESI - Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry and Executive Director of EPSI - European Platform for Sport Innovation, Belgium
    Smart Systems: The Innovation Future of the Sport Industry
  6. Industry Keynote: Michaël Gauthier, euRobotics AISBL, Topic Group on Miniaturised Robotics, FEMTO-ST, France
    Overview of Industrial Challenges of Microrobotics
  7. Willy van Puymbroeck, Head of Unit Components, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium
    Smart System Integration: The Future
  8. Peter Friess, Senior Programme Officer IoT, Unit Network Technologies, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium
    The future IoT Focus Area
  9. Andreas Wild, Executive Director at ECSEL Joint Undertaking, Belgium
    ECSEL – The Components and Systems PPP
11:00 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
11:30 Session 1: Demand Side Requirements for Smart Systems
Chair: Nigel Rix, KTN - the Knowledge Transfer Network, UK
  1. Invited Talk: Pascal Blanc, WssTP - European Technology Platform for Water, Working Group Leader on Water and ICT, SUEZ, France
    Water Management Becomes Smarter
  2. Invited Talk: Rodd Bond, Netwell Centre, Ireland
    Enhancing Longer Living in Smarter Places
  3. Roberto Zafalon, STMicroelectronics, Italy
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a Game Changer for Smart Systems Industry
  4. Nooshin Saeidi, Fraunhofer ENAS, Germany
    Precision Farming Using a Network of Sensors
  5. Géraldine Andrieux Gustin, BLUMORPHO, France
    Technology Push and Demand Pull – Generating the Virtuous Cycle for the Growth of the Smart Industry
13:00 Lunch & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition

In parallel with

Guided Tours (including imec tower),
to choose from:
  1. Fabrication Technology and Cleanroom Extension
  2. Life Sciences and Neuroelectronics Research Flanders

Duration: 30 Minutes

14:00 Session 2: Smart Systems Showcases: Turn-key Solutions
Chair: Wolfgang Dettmann, Infineon Technologies, Germany
  1. Thomas Fleischmann, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
    MOEMS Based Sensor Systems for Smart Mobility, Smart Manufacturing and Smart Home
  2. David Holden, CEA Leti, France
    Smart Systems Generating New Business – a Showcase from Leti
  3. Eeva Viinikka, Spinverse Innovation Management Ltd, Finland
    smart-MEMPHIS: Heterogenous Integration and Miniaturisation to Develop a Self Powering Lead Free Pacemaker
  4. Patricia Lopez, IK4-Tekniker, Spain
    Smart and Autonomous Medical Devices: microINR - Point of Care Autonomous Device for Blood Clothing Monitoring
  5. Steffen Kurth, Fraunhofer ENAS, Germany
    Power Line Monitoring System for High Voltage and Extra High Voltage Power Lines
15:30 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
16:00 Session 3: Smart Systems Inventory: Technologies and Production Processes
Chair: Michael Scholles, Fraunhofer IPMS, Germany
  1. Dag Andersson, Swerea IVF, Sweden
    Building Blocks for Smart Textiles – Activities at Swerea IVF
  2. Changhai Wang, Heriot-Watt University, UK
    Laser Processing of Polymers and Nanomaterials for Smart Systems Integration
  3. Alexander Steinecker, CSEM, Switzerland
    Integration of Electronic Devices into Textiles
  4. Santos Merino, IK4-Tekniker, Spain
    In-vivo Biosensing for Applications in Diagnostic and Regenerative Medicine - Application to a Peripheral Nerve Implant
  5. Chris van Hoof, Imec, Belgium
    Persuasive Wearable Tchnologies: Improving our Health Through Innovations at the Interface Between Technology, Psychology & Behavior Sciences and Entertainment
17:30 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
18:00 Focus Session on IoT
Chair: Roberto Zafalon, STMicroelectronics, Italy
  1. Francisco Ibañez, European Commission, DG CONNECT, Belgium
    IoT Large Scale Pilots in H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017
  2. Markus Riester, maristechcon, Germany
    Manufacturing the Internet of Things
  3. Sergio Barbarino, ALICE, European Technology Platform on Logistics, Procter & Gamble, Belgium
    Physical Internet: From the Flow of Information to Physical Flows
  4. Paul Copping, Smart Cities Advisor, Digital Greenwich, UK
    How Fast Can a Smart City Go?
  5. Lutz Walter, Textile ETP - European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing, Belgium
    Textiles and IoT - Wearbles and Beyond
19:30 End of EPoSS Annual Forum
& Joint EPoSS & MNBS Reception

Day 3: Wednesday, 14 October 2015:
MNBS 2015 "Translate Technologies into Competitive, Validated and Manufacturable Products to Impact Quality of Life"

08:00 Registration for MNBS 2015
Welcome Coffee &
Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
08:45 MNBS 2015 Opening Session
Chairs:
Andreas Lymberis
, European Commission, Belgium &
Wolfgang Eberle, Imec, Belgium
Welcome
  1. Andreas Lymberis, European Commission, Belgium &
    Wolfgang Eberle, Imec, Belgium
    Welcome
  2. Luc Van den hove, CEO, Imec, Belgium
    The Role of Nanoelectronics for Healthcare
  3. Khalil Rouhana, Director for Components & Systems, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium
    Seizing the Opportunities in MNBS
  4. Stein Ivar Hansen, CEO, Microtech Innovation, Norway
    Technology Commercialisation - a Hitchhiker's Guide
10:20
Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
10:40
Joint Session with EPoSS on Applied MNBS: The User Perspective of MNBS Applications
Chairs:
Eric Moore, Co-Chair of the EPoSS Working Group Applied MNBS, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland &
Renzo Dal Molin, EPoSS Vice Chairman, Co-Chair of the EPoSS Working Groups Applied MNBS and Healthy Living, SORIN CRM, France
  1. Eric Moore, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
    Report out from EPoSS Working Group Applied MNBS
  2. Jan Verelst, Siemens, Belgium
    Integrated PAT Data Management to Drive Future Process Management
  3. Martin O’Sullivan, Breast Check, Cork University Hospital, Ireland
    Integrating Smart Systems Technology and Clinical Medicine
  4. Sven Arnouts, PROVAXS, University of Ghent, Belgium
    Rapid Diagnostics in Veterinary and Human Health – a Tech Platform Opportunity?
  5. Ed Van Zalen, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands
    Opportunities for MNBS for Forensic Science & CSI
12:10 Poster Pitches on Medicine and Health Monitoring
Chair: Chair: Jesus M. Ruano-Lopez, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain and
Wolfgang Eberle, imec, Belgium

In parallel with

Guided Tours (including imec tower),
to choose from:
  1. Fabrication Technology and Cleanroom Extension
  2. Life Sciences and Neuroelectronics Research Flanders
12:40 Lunch & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
13:40 Projects Session on Medicine and Health Monitoring
Chair: Liesbet Lagae
, imec, Belgium
  1. Jesús M. Ruano-Lopez, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain
    ANGELAB - A New Genetic LABoratory for non-invasive prenatal diagnosis
  2. Konstantinos Mitsakakis, IMTEK-University of Freiburg & Hahn-Schickard, Germany
    Discognosis - Disc-shaped point-of-care platform for infectious disease diagnosis
  3. Francesco Baldini, CNR, Italy
    NANODEM - NANOphotonic Device for Multiple therapeutic drug monitoring
  4. Klaus Lücke, GILUPI, Germany
    CanDo - A CANcer Development mOnitor
  5. Joke Orsel, Philips Research, The Netherlands
    NextDx - Next-generation integrated MNBS-platform for instant diagnostics with single-molecule resolution
  6. Ronny Bockstaele, Trinean, Belgium
    Pocket - Development of a low-cost point-of-care test for Tuberculosis detection
  7. Renzo Dal Molin, SORIN CRM, France
    smart-MEMPHIS - Smart MEMs Piezo based energy Harvesting with Integrated Supercapacitor and packaging
15:00 How MNBS Can Impact New Applications?
Chair: Geraldine Andrieux Gustin
, Yole Développement, France
  1. Ilse Van Diest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven Belgium
    The Psychology Behind Smart Sensors and Smart Data
  2. Hans-Peter Dauben, German Agency for Health Technology Assessment (DAHTA) & Medical Innovations, Germany
    Requirements & Frameworks to be Prepared for Reimbursement and Implementation of Medical Technologies and Services
  3. Iris Bergmair, Sony DADC, Austria
    From Disc Manufacturing to Microstructured Polymer Devices for Life Sciences and IVD markets
  4. Jan Schrooten, SmartHub Regenerative Medicine, Belgium
    Building a Community to Kick-start a Revolution in Medicine
16:30 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
16:50 Projects Session on Medicine and Health Monitoring
Chair:
Chair: Henri Rajbenbach, European Commission, Belgium
  1. Alexander Steinecker, CSEM, Switzerland
    ACTION - ACTive Implant for Optoacoustic Natural sound enhancement
  2. Dimitrios Rodopoulos, ICCS, Greece
    SWAN-iCARE - Smart Wearable and Autonomous Negative Pressure Device for Wound Monitoring and Therapy
  3. Dionysios Manessis, Technical University Berlin (TUB), Germany
    MEDILIGHT - Miniaturized smart system for light stimulation and monitoring of wound healing 
  4. Jianxin Gao, TWI Ltd, UK
    SocketMaster - Development of a Master Socket for optimized design of prosthetic socket for lower limb amputees
  5. Ioannis Raptis, NCSR ‘Demokritos’, Greece
    MNBS Cluster Issues – an Opportunity for all Projects
18:00 Consultation on Future Challenges and Opportunities
Chairs:

Andreas Lymberis, European Commission, Belgium &
Eric Moore, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
  1. Brenda Canty, Johnson & Johnson, Ireland
    Pharma2020 Trends
  2. Steven Van Campenhout, Flanders’ FOOD, Belgium
    Mix and Match MNBS Technology and Food
  3. Peter Hewkin, CfBI - Centre for Business Innovation and Microfluidics Consortium, UK
    How Industry-Led Consortia can Inform and Engage MNBS Research
  4. Luuk Borg, European Commission, Belgium
    Research & Innovation and Access to the Market: EU Opportunities
  5. Fergal Donnelly, European Commission, Belgium
    Key Enabling Technologies for Health
19:30 MNBS Social Event

Day 4: Thursday, 15 October 2015:
MNBS 2015 contd.

08:30 Registration for MNBS 2015
Welcome Coffee &
Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
09:00 Huw Edwards, MNBS 2015 Rapporteur, UK
One Day Behind, One Day Ahead
09:15 Focus Session on MNBS for Smart Agriculture, Food and Environment - Matching Application Needs and MNBS Solutions
Chair:
Luis Fonseca, CNM, Spain
  1. Frans Kampers, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
    Applications of Micro and Nanotechnology in the Agrofood Sector
  2. Christophe Bruynseraede, Imec, Belgium
    Smart Technologies for Food – Enabling Better Food Quality and Control
  3. Inge Genné, WssTP - European Technology Platform for Water, VITO, Belgium
    Opportunities and Needs for Micro-Nano-Bio Systems in the Water Sector
  4. Cecilia Andrea Diaz Navarrete, Fraunhofer Food Chain Management Alliance, Fraunhofer IME, Germany
    New strategies for Food Safety and Quality - the challenges of Food Chain Management
  5. Christophe Cotillon, Actia, France
    How Advanced Technologies can Address the Main Priorities in Food and Agriculture Sector?
10:45 Poster Pitches on MNBS for Smart Agriculture, Food and Environment
Chair: Ioannis Raptis, NCSR 'Demokritos', Greece and
Wolfgang Eberle, imec, Belgium

In parallel with

Guided Tours (including imec tower),
to choose from:
  1. Fabrication Technology and Cleanroom Extension
  2. Life Sciences and Neuroelectronics Research Flanders
11:15 Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
11:45 Projects Session on Smart Agriculture, Food and Environment
Chair: Francisco Ibanez, European Commission, Belgium
  1. Gerhard Jobst, Jobst Technologies, Germany
    LOVE FOOD - Love wave fully integrated Lab-on-Chip platform for food pathogen detection
  2. Ioannis Raptis, NCSR ‘Demokritos’, Greece
    FOODSNIFFER - Safety at the point-of-Need via monolithic spectroscopic chip identiFying harmFul substances in frEsh pRoduce
  3. Andrea Adami, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy
    SYMPHONY - Integrated SYsteM based on PHOtonic Microresonators and Microfluidic Components for rapid detectioN of toxins in milk and dairY products
  4. Christos Kouloumentas, ICCS/NTUA, Greece
    BIOFOS - Micro-ring resonator-based biophotonic system for food analysis
  5. Thomas Bastuck, Fraunhofer IPT, Germany
    ML2 - Scaling the complexity of technological platforms for a fast route to exploitation
  6. Bérengère Lebental, ifsttar, France
    PROTEUS - AdaPtive micROfluidic- and nano-enabled smart systems for waTEr qUality Sensing
13:00 Lunch & Opportunity to Visit the Poster Exhibition
14:00 Focus Session on Finding Synergies and Cross-links with other Relevant Programmes & Initiatives
Chairs:
Andreas Lymberis
, European Commission, Belgium &
Wolfgang Eberle, Imec, Belgium
  1. Andreas Lymberis, European Commission, Belgium
    Upcoming Calls & Opportunities in Smart System Integration, MNBS, Cross-KET for Healthcare and PHC Societal Challenge 1
  2. Werner Steinhoegl, European Commission, Belgium
    Internet of Things and Smart Anything Everywhere Programmes
  3. Anna Pelagotti, European Commission, Belgium
    Biophotonics - Activities & Synergies
  4. Ana Cuadrado Galván, European Commission, Belgium
    IoT LSP call on Smart Farming & Food Security (H2020) - Opportunities in the EIP-AGRI
  5. Wolfgang Eberle, Imec, Belgium
    ECSEL Synergies with MNBS
15:00 Where do we go from here? Next steps?
Chair: Andreas Lymberis
, European Commission, Belgium
  1. Huw Edwards, MNBS 2015 Rapporteur, UK
    Recapturing 2 Days of MNBS
  2. Discussion
16:00 End of the Conference

 

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