This page includes all NMP-DeLA public deliverables available to download.
|D7.1||2nd Report on Ethics and Gender||This deliverable is foreseen in NMP-DeLA Task 1.3 Ethics and Gender Assessment. This report covers the second year of the project.||Full text|
|D2.1||Mapping of Advanced Materials Deployment for Societal Challenges: Health, Energy, Water||This deliverable contains a mapping of main researchers, research centers and universities in the area of nanomedicine in Latin American countries.||Full text|
|D2.2||Roadmap and recommendations for deployment – Focus on nanotechnologies for health||This deliverable includes a roadmap for implementing initiatives stimulating research, development and innovation of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials in Latin America (LA) focusing on health applications targeting tropical infectious diseases (TIDs), including tuberculosis, and cancer.
Recommendations and roadmap up to the year 2015 follow for the deployment of nanotechnologies for health in LA.
|D2.4||Final roadmap and recommendations for nano-health, nano-water & nano-energy deployment for societal challenges in Latin American Countries||This roadmap shows a way forward for initiatives stimulating research, development and innovation of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials in Latin America (LA).
Bibliometric study, literature review and stakeholder engagement during workshops, summer schools and interviews reveal wide disparities between countries and many weaknesses in the current higher education, research, development and innovation system in most countries in LA.
|D2.5||Exchange of scientist and industry involvement – report on mapping and Follow-up||Report on mobility programs, grants and tenders between EU and LAC countries identified and promoted as “finding partners for mobility” and activities for scientific and industry involvement.||Full text|
|D2.6||Roadmap and recommendations for deployment: Focus on nanotechnologies for energy||This report refers to the roadmap and recommendations for deployment of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials in the field of sustainable energy in Latin American countries.||Full text|
|D2.7||Roadmap and recommendations for deployment – Focus on nanotechnologies for water||The present roadmap on nanowater is the product of a 2-year multi-stakeholder research process in which we addressed the question of how nanotechnology-based solutions to water-related challenges should be produced in the future.||Full text|
|D3.3||Expert Workshops “Nano-Water & Nano-Energy” – Report on Implementation & follow-up||This report describes actions taken in order to develop the Expert Workshop on “Nano Energy & Nano Water” which took place on November 10-13, 2014, in the city of Monterrey Nuevo León, México.||Full text|
|D3.4||Expert Workshops “Nanotechnology for Industry” – Report on Implementation & follow-up||This document presents the report on the implementation of the expert workshop on Nanotechnology for Industry: Health, Energy & Water, realised in Santiago de Chile, December 3 – 4, 2014||Full text|
|D3.5||Expert Workshops “Nano-Water & Nano-Energy” – Report on
Implementation & follow-up
|Report on the workshop Nanotechnology Applications on Water and Alternative Energies carried out in Curitiba, on May 28-29, 2015, involving researchers from Latin America and Europe.||Full text|
|D3.6||Innovation Platform Activities (Network Activities)
– findings and recommendations
|This deliverable contains details on the activities taken place during the project in order to collect relevant information from stakeholders in order to define research priorities, industrial challenges, technology gaps and do the assessment and validation of NMP-DELA results.||Full text|
|D5.7||Final Conference Report||This deliverable contains details on three events where the results of the project were presented to decision makers, experts and stakeholders interested in Euro-Latin American cooperation in nanotechnology, materials and production technologies.||Full text|