OECD Workshop on Challenges in the Innovation Environment of Nanomedicine - Agenda

 

Agenda and Presentations

 

Opening welcome - OECD (Jacqueline ALLAN) and KoNTRS (Sang Hee SUH)

 

Morning session

 

Chair: Françoise ROURE, Vice-chair of the Working Party on Nanotechnology

 

Jacqueline ALLAN, Science and Technology Policy Division, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD, The OECD Working Party on Nanotechnology

 

Sabine JUNG, Brimatech, Austria, Nanobiotechnology Companies and their Business Environment


Hanjo LIM, College of Information Technology, Ajou University, Korea, The Korean Experience in Nanotechnology Industrialisation and Business Incubation


Sung Su HAN, LG Economic Research Institute, Korea, Mobile Healthcare: From LG Electronics’ Perspective


Sergio TREICHLER, Federchimica; Federation of Italian Chemical Companies, Societal needs from the industrialised countries and solutions offered by nanotechnologies in bio-medicine

 

Alexander POGÁNY, BMVIT, Research policy and risk governance of nanotechnology: the Austrian approach

 

Bai XU, Nanomed Devices, China , The progress in nanomedicine development in China and a case study


Frank SINNER, BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH., Austria, The European Centre of Nanotoxicology – An Austrian hub for nanotoxicology                                   

 

Carmelina RUGGIERO, Genova University, Italy, Scientific and technical aspects of industrial nanomedicine activity in Italy

 

Kyo Jin IHN, Hunion Co. Ltd, Korea, Application of antibiotic nanocomposite resins including silver nanoparticles

 

Jassy WANG, ITRI, Chinese Taipei, Challenges and Opportunities of Nanomedicine Development in Chinese Taipei 
 
Kenji KAWASHIMA, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, Japan’s R&D Strategy of Nanotechnology including Nano-Medicine

 

Afternoon session  
      
Chair: Bong Hyun CHUNG, Director of the Division of Bioconvergence Technology at the Korean Research Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology

 

Sirirurg SONGSIVILAI, National Nanotechnology Centre, Thailand, Technology transfer, human resources and infrastructures for the application of nanotechnology in Thailand


Moderated discussion of issues relating to business environments


Moderator: Lerwen LIU (Asia NanoForum and NanoGlobe Pte Ltd)

 

Next Steps:  Lead countries and Secretariat