International Conference on Nanotechnology for Renewable Materials
8 - 11 June 2020 | Scandic Marina Congress Center
TAPPI Nano 2020 Conference Co-Chairs
Dr. Orlando Rojas, Aalto University, Finland
Dr. Heli Kangas, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland
Dr. Gilberto Siqueira, EMPA, Switzerland
Boost Your Company’s Visibility
Sponsorships and exhibiting at TAPPI’s International Conference on Nanotechnology for Renewable Materials (TAPPI Nano) 2020 are highly effective ways to show your commitment to renewable materials and nanotechnology.
On average, the event draws 400+ academics, industry leaders, and researchers from more than 25 countries around the world. Technology scouts will be there to identify emerging technologies and functionality — giving you exclusive access to early adopters.
Premium sponsorships offer continuous exposure to decision-makers in the months leading up to the conference as your company logo is included in pre-event promotional materials and on the event website, as well as on-site during the Conference.
A la carte sponsorships allow companies to target specific areas or events within the Conference. In addition, TAPPI Nano works with you and your organization to create a highly customized sponsorship package that fits your marketing goals and objectives.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to market your products or technologies at this high-impact conference to the leaders in renewable material nanotechnology.
Land of the Midnight Sun is also home to numerous nano research/business initiatives
Finland is one of the key EU centers of applied research and business related to nanotechnology, and the country has a unique focus on paper, paperboard, cellulosic pulp and fibers. Forests cover 75% of Finland’s land area, and the forest industry accounts for over 20% of export revenue.
The Finnish nanotechnology research community is also closely aligned with the nation’s technical universities. Helsinki is home to Aalto University, University of Helsinki, and Technical Research Center of Finland (VTT).
You do not need to look far for examples of collaboration. VTT and Aalto University operate OtaNano, an open access national research infrastructure that focuses on competitive research in nanoscience and -technology, as well as quantum technologies. Micronova is a part of OtaNano and offers facilities in micro- and nanofabrication, nanomicroscopy and low temperature measurements, and quantum engineering.
In addition to attending 2020 Nano’s comprehensive technical program, Helsinki offers a myriad of cultural and outdoor activities. A compact, walkable city that is easily explored on foot, visitors enjoy the varied design, architecture, and shopping experiences, as well as large park areas, forests, lakes, and a scenic coastline with numerous islands sprinkled off it.
Join us in Helsinki, 8-11 June at TAPPI Nano 2020 and experience the Land of the Midnight Sun!