Key Enabling Technologies in Bucharest

ClusteriX Meeting

As a follow-up of the study visit in Bucharest in October 2012 stakeholders of the Lower Austrian Technopol Wiener Neustadt visted the Institute for Nano- and Microtechnologies (IMT) in Bucharest at 31st January 2013.

Nano- and Microtechnologies as Key Enabling Technologies can be used in various cross-sector applications helping to modernize different traditional industries and therefore play a key role not only in the Horizon 2020 programme but also in the Smart Specialization Conditionality for the Structural Funds 2014+.

24 participants (14 from Romania, 10 from Austria) met and discussed preconditions and potentials for future collaboration.
One participant described this experience as following: "An outstandingly fruitful meeting! Congratulations and an honest ‘Thank You’ to the organizers! The B2Match-Tool was a real enrichment!"