The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO, Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland) is organising a Matchmaking Nanotech Expo to Japan from 1 – 3 February 2023. Are you actively involved in photonics, quantum- or nanotechnology? And do you want to explore the opportunities and developments of these three key enabling technologies in Japan? Then please, read more about this event and join the mission.

Quantum technology, nanotechnology and photonics (integrated photonics, optical) are essential key technologies in the Netherlands and Japan. Therefore, both countries strongly invest in further development of these technologies to solve all kinds of societal challenges – for example, safety, sustainability, economics and life science.

The Nanotech Expo is the largest exhibition in this field in Asia. In this edition, there will be special attention for quantum technology, nanotechnology and photonics (integrated photonics and optica), and the Netherlands will be represented with the Dutch Pavillion. The expo participation results from the intensive collaboration between BC Nanotech, Photondelta and Quantum delta NL.

For who?

This event is interesting for Dutch governments, industries, and knowledge institutions. The event focuses on the professionals who work at the interface of photonics, quantum and nanotechnology.

Goals of this mission

This networking event is of particular interest to you if you:

  • want to find potential customers, such as partners for joint research, development and commercialization;
  • want to intensify bilateral cooperation between government, business and knowledge institutions;
  • want to develop bilateral arrangements and programs to support bilateral cooperation;
  • want to position the Netherlands in EU programs through relationships with Japan.

Want to join us to Japan? Participation is open to all Dutch parties active in these areas. You can sign up by sending an e-mail to Raoul Oostenbrink, coordinator of Business Cluster Nano PIB-Japan. Places are limited and will go on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis.