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NANOTECHNOLOGY CLUSTER
IN THE TAMPERE REGION
Did you know that…
...Nanotechnology is already a part of almost everyone's life? All
the modern consumer electronics, such as computers or mobile
phones, are enabled by nanotechnology. Dirt-repellent nanocoating tablecloth or suit, slower-darkening silver jewelery and skis
also use nanotechnology – for example!
Nanotechnology is manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular
and supramolecular scale. With nanotechnology, it is possible to
create many new materials and devices with a vast range of
applications: for example medicine, electronics, biomaterials and
energy production. It is one of the world’s fastest growing areas of
scientific research. Tampere is the second largest nanotechnology
research hub in Finland after Helsinki.
What is the Nanotechnology cluster about?
Nanotechnology cluster in the Tampere Region is formed by three microclusters: advanced materials
platform, aerosol technology and photonics clusters, all emerging from innovative research in Tampere
University of Technology (TUT).
WIDE COMPANY BASE
Skilled People, capability of
renewal, co-operation with
universities and innovation
platforms
UNIVERSITIES AND
COLLEGES
MODERN INNOVATION
PLATFORMS
High quality research and
education, labour with
know-how
New Factory, Demola, Protomo,
Konela, Suuntaamo
NEW INNOVATION
AND APPLICATION
ENABLERS, OTHER
CLUSTERS IN THE
TAMPERE REGION
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION IN NANOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Forerunner nanotechnology companies in the Tampere Region
Millidyne
Nanofoot
Primoceler
Corelase
Modulight
Bionavis
Cavitar
Pixact
Oseir
Pegasor
DEKATI
How do we operate?
The New Factory is an environment for open innovation where ideas can be
processed into prototypes, pilot projects, products and services, new business
and new jobs.
Demola is an open innovation environment where university students from
different fields develop products and services in teams together with
companies and public-sector organizations.
Protomo is a developing community for starting businesses where idea
developers, seasoned professionals and young talents spar each other when
creating new products and service development.
Suuntaamo connects ordinary people in the development of new and
innovative products and services and at the same time improve their own
living environment.
Konela is a new center of innovation for mechanical engineering and energy
technology. Konela is coordinated by the innovation company Hermia.
Nanotechnology is driven by TUT
Nanotechnology cluster in Tampere is strongly based on innovative research of
Tampere University of Technology and its active cooperation with the companies.
TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Supporting education, research & development:
Research Projects:
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TREAM – Trends in real-world particle emissions of diesel and
gasoline vehicles
BRIGHTLASE – New laser technology platform
EU FP7 NEWLED – Nanostructured Efficient White LEDs
EU FP7: RAMPLAS – 100 Gb/s Optical RAM on-chip
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Aerosol Instrumentation and Emissions Group
Aerosol Synthesis Group
Biological Physics Group
BME Biomaterials research group
Electronic Structure Theory
Materials and Molecule Modeling
Micro- and Nanosystems / Automation science and
engineering
Nanophotonics and application
Optics Laboratory
Plastics and elastomer technology / Materials Science
Semiconductor Technology
Surface Engineering Research Group / Materials
Other homes of the nanotech R&D
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE
Supporting education, research & development:
BioMediTech – Department of Otolaryngology, University of Tampere Medical School
FIMECC – Finnish Metals and Engineering Competence Cluster
Supporting education, research & development:
FIMECC DEMAPP: competitive environmentally sustainable solutions for the Finnish process,
engineering and energy industries
FIMECC LIGHT: potential for saving raw materials and energy and decreasing CO2 emissions
over the lifetime of cars and trucks, heavy-duty vehicles and other machinery
FIMECC EFFIMA: developing new technology and solutions that enable new machines, devices
and systems with dramatically lower life-cycle costs
Coming: Hybrids, BSA -Breakthrough Steels and Applications
The business environment
In Tampere everything works
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World class research and university-industry collaboration
High level of technology, system integration and industrial
service business know-how with deep understanding of
customer processes and needs
Easy to reach– one-day business trip to all major locations
Talented, experienced and loyal workforce provides good
value for the money
Growth center that keeps on growing
At the top of the most attractive Finnish cities – year after
year
Tampere is in the heart of Finland
Tampere Region
- Fastest growing region in Finland
- Population 499 000
- 31 000 places of business
- 2nd largest airport in the country
- Up to 15% of Finland’s national R&D budget
is spent in Tampere
Tampere
Region
Companies
Employees
Turnover
Life Science Industries
(Bio&Health Technology)
100
2,000
€436M
Technology
Industries (total)
2,700
34,000
€7,751M
The most competitive country in the EU
Finland’s global rankings:
#1 Health and primary education
#1 Higher education and training
#1 Availability of scientists and engineers
#1 Property rights and IPR protection
#1 Availability of latest technologies
#2 University-industry collaboration in R&D
#2 Protection of minority shareholders’ interest
#2 Innovation
#2 Quality of education system
#2 Quality of math and science education
#2 Extent of staff training
#2 Country capacity to retain talent
#2 Tertiary education graduates in OECD
#3 Company spending on R&D
#3 Quality of overall infrastructure
Contact us and join the core set of
Nanotechnology in Finland!
For information on how to combine innovation,
research and know-how with other industries,
request materials on the other top clusters of the
Tampere Region:
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Intelligent Machines
Manufacturing
ICT
Creative businesses
Cleantech & Energy
Life Science
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