Nanotechnologie w gospodarce województwa podlaskiego

Joannicjusz Nazarko 1Katarzyna Dębkowska 1Joanna Ejdys 1Alicja Gudanowska 1Anna Kononiuk 1Elżbieta Krawczyk-Dembicka 1Krzysztof J. Kurzydlowski 2Dorota Leończuk 1Malgorzata Lewandowska 2Witold Łojkowski 1,3,4Andrzej Magruk 1Anna Olszewska 1Adam W. Skorek 1Urszula Widelska 1

1. Politechnika Białostocka, Wydział Zarządzania (WZPB), O. St. Tarasiuka 2, Białystok 16-001, Poland
2. Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering (InMat), Wołoska 141, Warszawa 02-507, Poland
3. Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of High Pressure Physics (UNIPRESS), Sokolowska 29/37, Warszawa 01-142, Poland
4. Instytut Wysokich Ciśnień PAN (IWC), Sokołowska 29/37, Warszawa 01-142, Poland

Abstract

Projekt "Foresight technologiczny <<NT FOR Podlaskie 2020>> Regionalna strategia rozwoju nanotechnologii" ukierunkowany był na opracowanie podlaskiej strategii rozwoju nanotechnologii do roku 2020. Jednym z głównych celów projektu było wyznaczenie nanotechnologii kluczowych dla rozwoju województwa podlaskiego. Cel ten został zrealizowany poprzez prace Panelu Kluczowych Technologii (PKT).

Istotnym aspektem przygotowania prac panelu PKT był dobór szerokiego spektrum ekspertów ze świata nauki, biznesu oraz administracji i polityki. Wśród wybranych specjalistów znalazły się zarówno osoby pracujące nad tworzeniem, jak i nad wdrażaniem nanotechnologii oraz osoby ze sfery polityki regionalnej. Eksperci reprezentowali różne regiony Polski, ale w związku ze specyfiką projektu wymagane było ich zaznajomienie z charakterystyką ekonomiczno-społeczną województwa podlaskiego. Do zadań ekspertów należało opracowanie wstępnego katalogu technologii kandydujących z obszaru nano, a następnie ich ocena według kryteriów wykonalności i atrakcyjności w celu wyłonienia technologii kluczowych. Kolejnym etapem była priorytetyzacja technologii kluczowych poprzez ekspercką ocenę ich gotowości technologicznej.

Praca panelu eksperckiego PKT pozwoliła na wyodrębnienie propozycji tych nanotechnologii, które w najwyższym stopniu mogą przyczynić się do dynamicznego i zrównoważonego rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczego Podlasia.

Gałęzie przemysłu województwa podlaskiego, biorąc pod uwagę poziom zastosowania nanotechnologii, można podzielić na trzy kategorie:

– wykorzystujące nanotechnologie: przemysł maszynowy, tekstylny i odzieżowy, meblarski, budowlany, rolno-spożywczy i medyczny;

– planujące wykorzystać nanotechnologie: produkcja wyrobów gumowych i z tworzyw sztucznych;

– niezainteresowane wykorzystaniem nanotechnologii: przemysł drzewny i metalowy.

Nanotechnologie w opinii badanych przedsiębiorstw są znaczącym czynnikiem sprawczym, decydującym o rozwoju potencjału technologicznego przedsiębiorstw. Z drugiej jednak strony, dało się też zauważyć jednokierunkowe postrzeganie nanotechnologii tylko w kategoriach technologicznych. W mniejszym stopniu dostrzega się ten rodzaj usprawnień jako czynnik popytotwórczy, wpływający na poziom zaspokojenia potrzeb rynków docelowych.

Większą skłonność do wykorzystywania nanotechnologii mają przedsiębiorstwa, które posiadają już ten rodzaj usprawnień. Nanotechnologie w opinii większości badanych firm je wykorzystujących mają bezpośrednie przełożenie na osiągane efekty produkcyjne i rynkowe.

Podlaskie firmy dostrzegają pozytywny wpływ nanotechnologii na rozwój potencjału ekonomicznego. Korzystny charakter oddziaływania nanotechnologii jest jednak oceniany na poziomie dużej ogólności.

Wiedza na temat nanotechnologii jako czynnika decydującego o rozwoju potencjału technologicznego jest w dużym stopniu ograniczona. Przedsiębiorcy często w ocenie zjawiska posługują się uogólnieniami. Należy dostrzec bezpośrednie zależności pomiędzy potencjałem wiedzy a zastosowaniem nanotechnologii. Po pierwsze, właściwie zgromadzona wiedza zmniejsza ryzyko porażki rynkowej. Po drugie, nanotechnologie są zjawiskiem stosunkowo nowym, wymagają więc wiedzy ciągłej i aktualnej. Luka informacyjna jest szansą dla uczelni i instytutów badawczych, co może być ważnym czynnikiem powodującym zacieśnianie związków pomiędzy nauką i praktyką gospodarczą.

Przedsiębiorstwa planujące wdrożenie nanotechnologii wykazują postawę raczej zachowawczą. Wynika ona przede wszystkim z relacji, jakie występują pomiędzy firmami na poziomie sektorów. Nie wymuszają one zmian oraz nie są bezpośrednią przyczyną przedsięwzięć o charakterze proinnowacyjnym. Planowanie zastosowania nanotechnologii w przyszłości pokazuje świadomość przedsiębiorstw w zakresie korzyści wynikających z zastosowania nanotechnologii, jednak, biorąc pod uwagę sytuację w sektorze, decyzje o ich zastosowaniu są odkładane na przyszłość. Przeszkodą we wdrażaniu nanotechnologii w podlaskich przedsiębiorstwach są: bariery technologiczne, ekonomiczne, organizacyjne, społeczne oraz mentalne i świadomościowe.

Nanotechnologie mogą być jednym z istotnych czynników podniesienia produktywności i konkurencyjności regionu. Z zastosowaniem nanotechnologii wiążą się korzyści kooperacyjne, innowacyjne, społeczne, wizerunkowe oraz strategiczne. Uzyskane wyniki badań stanowią istotne źródło wiedzy o uwarunkowaniach rozwoju gospodarczego regionu w warunkach globalnego rozwoju technologicznego i powinny być ważną przesłanką w kształtowaniu polityki innowacyjnej województwa podlaskiego, wyrażającej się między innymi w podejmowaniu decyzji o wspieraniu przedsięwzięć związanych z opracowywaniem i wdrażaniem produkcji i usług opartych na nanoinnowacjach.

Efekty realizacji projektu są dostępne na stronie www.ntfp2020.pb.edu.pl.

Projekt "Foresight technologiczny <<NT FOR Podlaskie 2020>> Regionalna strategia rozwoju nanotechnologii" był współfinansowany ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego oraz ze środków budżetu państwa w ramach Programu Operacyjnego Innowacyjna Gospodarka.

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  244. Influence of severe plastic deformation on PLC effect in Al 5XXX alloy
  245. Mechanical properties and deformation behaviour of ultra-fine grained nickel.
  246. Formation of ultrafine gradient structure in hard magnetic alloy Fe-30%Cr-8%Co
  247. Sintering temperature effect on structure and properties of Al2O3/Ni-P composites with interpenetrating phases
  248. PLASTIC PROPERTIES OF GaN AND Al2O3 CRYSTAL: FEM-SIMULATION OF NANOINDENTATION CONFIRMED BY HIGH-RESOLUTION MICROSCOPY
  249. Grain Size and Grain Size Distribution of Nanocrystalline Pr-doped Zirconia Powders Obtained in High Pressure Microwave Reactor
  250. SEM investigations of tooth/ filling bonding
  251. Influence of synthesis conditions on the particles size and the morphology of zinc oxide nanopowders
  252. Measuring the Grain Size Distribution of Pr-doped Zirconia Nanopowders obtained by Microwave Driven Hydrothermal Synthesis
  253. Excellent mechanical properties of UFG metals and alloys, subjected to combination of severe plastic deformation methods.
  254. An FT-IR Spectroscopic Investigation of Hydroxide Groups in Nano-Crystals of ZrO2.
  255. Development of microstructure and mechanical properties in nickel deformed by hydrostatic extrusion
  256. Structural and luminescence properties of yttrium-aluminum garnet (YAG) nanoceramics
  257. Biocompatibility of thin films based on hydrothermal synthesized HAp
  258. Nanometals for medical applications
  259. Effect of sever plastic deformation method on microstrucure and mechanical properties of Al and Cu
  260. The influence of twin bands density on microstructure of 316LVM austenitic stainless steel subjected to transverse rolling
  261. Hybrid HAp- maleic anhydride copolymer nanocomposites obtained by in situ functionalisation
  262. Microstructure evaluation in an Al-Li alloy processed by severe plastic deformation
  263. Fabrication and electrical properties of Eu3+:BaTiO3 nanoceramics for SOFC
  264. Polymer matrix composites with nanoparticles of TiC obtained by a sol-gel method
  265. Annealing temperature effect on residual stresses in 316L steel subjected to HPT process
  266. FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING OF THE RESIDUAL STRESSES IN THE CERAMIC-ELASTOMER COMPOSITES
  267. Luminescence of ZrO2 nanocrystals
  268. Molecular impurities in the luminescent ZnO nanocrystals
  269. EFFECT OF INITIAL MICROSTRUCTURE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE Al-Cu-Mg-Mn ALLOY PROCESSED BY HYDROSTATIC EXTRUSION
  270. THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH-ANGLE BOUNDARIES ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF NANO-CRYSTALLINE IRON OBTAINED BY SEVERE PLASTIC DEFORMATION
  271. Modelling the interaction of crack tip with nanostructure, which creating by deformation.
  272. SHRINKAGE OF DENTAL POLYMERIC COMPOSITES
  273. IN VIVO WEAR OF POLYETHYELNE GLENOID COMPONENTS IN TOTAL SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY
  274. Atomic-scale Ab-initio computations of the B2-RuAl
  275. Ab-initio calculations of elastic properties Ni3Al and TiAl under pressure
  276. Modelling of the Influence of the Grain Size Distribution on the Grain Growth in Nanocrystals
  277. Ductility of Nanocrystalline Materials Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation
  278. Structural-strength aspects of glass/metallic composite based on Co-Cr-Mo implantation alloy
  279. X-Ray investigations of the natural and artificial White Etching Layer
  280. Microstructure and mechanical properties of binary Al-Li alloys processed by ECAP
  281. Microstructure of the ceramic - polymer composites for dental applications
  282. Effect of Non-conventional Large Deformations on Microstructure and Properties of Metals
  283. Diffusion and diffusion induced defects in GaN
  284. Excellent Mechanical Properties of Nickel Processed by High Pressure Techniques
  285. Morphology and properties of oxide films formed on the nanocrystalline 316L austenite steel
  286. Microwave driven hydrothermal synthesis of iron oxide - the effect of process parameter on the properties of the nanopowders
  287. Al2O3-Fe functionally graded materials fabricated under magnetic field
  288. Relaxation processes in ZrO2 at high pressures
  289. Luminescence of ZrO2 and ZnO nanocrystals
  290. Professor CZOCHRALSKI - Distinguished Scientist and Inventor, Founder of the Modern Materials Science
  291. Zinc oxide nanopowders obtained by the microwave-hydrothermal route
  292. Microwave driven hydrothermal synthesis of Pr-doped zirconia nanopowders
  293. New hydroxyapatite based nanomaterials for potential use in medical fields
  294. The influence of temperature and pressure on possibility of obtaining Al2O3/Ni-P nanocomposite through hot pressing process.
  295. Mechanical properties nanostructured iron obtained by different methods of Severe Plastic Deformation
  296. Strain localization in nanocrystalline iron after Severe Plastic Deformation
  297. Correlation between high-pressure ZrO2 electrical properties and crystallite size
  298. Non-elastic behaviours of high-porosity ceramics and ceramic-polymer composites
  299. The Superplasticity of Hard Magnetic Alloy Fe-23wt.%Co-30%Cr with Submicrocrystalline Structure
  300. Microstructure of Ni-P thin layers obtained by a chemical method
  301. Precise determination of full Grain Size Distribution from diffraction peak profile as a result of kinematical theory of diffraction for polidispersive nanomaterials
  302. Hydrostatic extrusion and nanostructure formation in an aluminium alloy
  303. Pressure Effect on Grain Boundary Diffusion in Al Bicrystals
  304. Microstructure of Surface Layers of Raiways After Heavy Exploatation
  305. Quantitative Description of Microstructure of Nano-materials
  306. Normal Grain Growth in 2-d Strips of Polycrystalline Aluminium Under High Pressure
  307. Reaction Diffusion in Metallic Systems under High Pressure
  308. High Pressure Effect on Grain Boundary Wetting in Aluminium Bicrystals
  309. Pressure Effect on Interface Energy, Diffusion and Reactions
  310. Microwave-Hydrothermal Synthesis of Nanostructured Pr-Doped Zirconia Powders
  311. The Strain Induced Cementite Dissolution in Carbon Steels-Experimental Facts and Theoretical Approach
  312. The Structure and Mechanical Properties of Low Carbon Low Alloy Steel Subjected to Severe Plastic Deformation
  313. Studies of Ni-P Thin Films by Electroles Deposition Method
  314. Effect of SPD Grain Refinement and Peculiarity of Structure and Mechanical Properties of UFG Ni
  315. Stereology of Nanomaterials
  316. Luminescense of Nanosize ZrO2
  317. Structure, Morphology and Luminescence Properties of Pr-doped Nanocrystalline ZrO2 Obtained by Hydrothermal Method
  318. Nanostructure Formation on the Surface of Railway Tracks and Wheelsets
  319. Targeted Research Project: Metallic, Ceramic and Organic Nanomaterials: Processing - Structure - Properties - Applications
  320. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zinc Oxide Nanopowders with Microwaves Applications
  321. Microwave Driven Hydrothermal Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanopowders
  322. Indentation Technique for Determination if Mechanical Behavior of Nanomaterials (Bulk and Coatings)
  323. Materials Research in Poland

Presentation: Poster at Nano and Advanced Materials Workshop and Fair, by Elżbieta Krawczyk-Dembicka
See On-line Journal of Nano and Advanced Materials Workshop and Fair

Submitted: 2013-07-22 00:20
Revised:   2013-07-22 00:27
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