SusChem AT 

Vision and mission of Sustainable Chemistry:
 
  • SusChem is the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry. It is a forum that brings together industry, academia, governmental policy groups and the wider society.
  • SusChem’s mission is to initiate and inspire European chemical and biochemical innovation to respond effectively to society’s challenges by providing sustainable solutions. 
  • SusChem’s vision is for a competitive and innovative Europe where sustainable chemistry and biotechnology together provide solutions for future generations.  
  • SusChem’s priority areas, led by industries, include Resource and Energy Efficiency, Water, Raw Materials, Smart Cities, Enabling Technologies and Education.

BioNanoNet is SusChem-AT!

The strategy of SusChem-AT is to strengthen the interaction of relevant stakeholders on national level (industry, academia, society, national politics, ministries) to address Europe’s and especially Austria’s societal challenges with chemical and biotechnological innovations. In an annually meeting the BioNanoNet members will exchange information both ways top-down (from the ETP SusChem towards the national community) as well as bottom-up to facilitate networking, project teams and to enhance participation in EU funding programmes.

 
SusChem-AT endorses the main SusChem ETP objective as to revitalize and inspire the European and national chemical industry research, development and innovation in a sustainable way, through all the stages of the value chain.
 
As a National Platform, we will bring together industry, academia and research centers to work in the identification and coordination of the EU and National strategies to represent the interests of the Chemical sector in front of the National Governments and the European Commission.
 
As a member of the SusChem network we will join efforts to achieve a more Sustainable Chemical sector in Europe and therefore contributing to the objective of creating jobs and growths.
 
Contact: Andreas Falk, Msc., CEO BioNanoNet, andreas.falk@bionanonet.at

Andreas Falksw

Andreas Falk
SusChem-AT chair

BioNanoNet ForschungsgmbH
(Steyrergasse 17, 8010 Graz)

andreas.falk@bionanonet.at
www.bionanonet.at

Robert Holzer sw

Robert Holzer
SusChem-AT co-chair

RECENDT - Research Center for Non Destructive Testing GmbH
on behalf of the Austrian Research Initiative PAC – Process Analytical Chemistry
(Altenberger Straße 69, A- 4040 Linz)

robert.holzer@recendt.at 
www.recendt.at 
www.k-pac.at 

 

 Members of strategic board

Christoph Herwig1

Christoph Herwig

TU WIEN - Institute of Chemical Engineering
(Getreidemarkt 9, A-1060 Vienna)

christoph.herwig@tuwien.ac.at 
www.vt.tuwien.ac.at/home/EN 

Martin Mischitz

Martin Mischitz

Infineon Technologies Austria AG
(Siemensstrasse 2, A-9500 Villach)

Martin.Mischitz@infineon.com 
http://www.infineon.com/austria 

Patrick Pammer sw

Patrick Pammer

WOOD KPlus - Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbH
(Altenberger Straße 69,  A-4040 Linz)

p.pammer@kplus-wood.at  
www.kplus-wood.at 

 

 

SusChem-AT core team (alphabetical order):
  • Andreas Falk [BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH]
  • Christoph Herwig [Technische Universität Wien]
  • Robert Holzer [RECENDT GmbH]
  • Martin Mischitz [Infineon Technologies Austria AG]
  • Patrick Pammer [Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbH]
SusChem-AT key players (alphabetical order):
  • Alexander Deutsch [Medical University of Graz, Hematology]
  • Andreas Falk [BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH]
  • Robert Holzer [RECENDT]
  • Simone Jagersbacher [BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH]
  • Sabine Jung-Waclik [Brimatech Services GmbH]
  • Helmut Klein [Brau Union Österreich]
  • Wolfgang Kroutil [Karl Franzens Universität Graz]
  • Christian Kukla [Montanuniversität Leoben Außeninstitut]
  • Torsten Mayr  [Technische Universität Graz]
  • Bettina Mihalyi [Technische Universität Wien]
  • Walter Pölz [OMV R&M]
  • Stefan Spirk [Technische Universität Graz]
  • European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry (SusChem)
SusChem is the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry. It is a forum that brings together industry, academia, governmental policy groups and the wider society. SusChem’s mission is to initiate and inspire European chemical and biochemical innovation to respond effectively to society’s challenges by providing sustainable solutions.
 
  • Annual Event on Public-Public Partnerships, 7th - 8th of November 2017, Brussels, Belgium
    The 2017 event will focus on the future of P2Ps under the motto "Co-designing Public-Public Partnerships for the next Framework Programme" to emphasise the collaborative approach in involving stakeholders for the future design. It will bring together 300-400 stakeholders involved in the design and implementation of P2Ps.
     
    The draft conference programme and registration is available here.
  • SusChem 2017 Brokerage, 18th of October 2017, Brussels, Belgium
    It is a unique opportunity for industry, academia, SMEs and other actors to get ready to develop consortia and submit funding proposals targeting the 2018 and 2019 calls of Horizon 2020 with deadlines falling in the Q4 2017 and Q1 2018. For more information & registration please click HERE
  • H2020 NMBP UK Brokerage Event, 10th of October 2017, London, Great Britain

pdfNMBP_UK_InfoBrokerage_Event_10Oct2017_London.pdf

  • SusChem-AT Meeting, 13th of September 2017, Laßnitzhöhe, Austria
 
(entry date: 2017.07.10)
SusChem provides an example for synergy of EU Funding Schemes in the run up to FP9.
For more information click HERE.