The goal of the OZ-Symposium on Nanostructures is
- to meet people who are working in your niche-fields
as given under “Technical Program”.
- to gain new ideas and latest information in the field of materials science
and process engineering.
in other words – looking over the edge of the plate in a kind of global brainstorming.
The goal of the German-Japanese | International Symposium was originally:
- to help the success of the Japanese Educational Exchange Program under the roof of and 100% supported by the Japanese Government.
OZ-events in the past have been supported by the Ritsumeikan Global Innovation Research Organization (R-GIRO) Project and the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Area, “Bulk Nanostructured Metals”, through MEXT, Japan.
The Ritsumeikan Global Innovation Research Organization (R-GIRO) Project:
and the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Area,
“Bulk Nanostructured Metals”, through MEXT, Japan:
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OZ-Symposium today is kindly supported by the European Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute. Once in Germany every two years OZ-Symposium has been supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research is highly appreciated for making “participation of nanoTruck and later InnoTruck possible.
OZ-Symposium OZ-21 is additionally supported by the Taizhou Local Government and the HFI.