M2i is excited to announce her annual M2i Conference and Meeting Materials. This year our conference will be held at Leeuwenhorst Conference Centre in Noordwijkerhout again and will take place on 14 & 15 December 2020.

The first day is the regular part for invited attendees. The program consists of an interesting mix of key note presentations about developments in materials innovation and parallel sessions offering an in-depth insight in research projects.

The second day is open for everyone who is interested and involved in materials development. Meeting Materials is an opportunity to learn about the latest insights and developments in the field of innovative and smart materials, along with ways in which these materials can stimulate economic progress and a sustainable society.

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Call for input

Share your research findings! M2i invites you to help shape our upcoming conference by providing proposals for content or showing your interest on a certain topic. This is your opportunity to share valuable research and/or ask important questions related to Materials innovation.

  • Would you like to present on Meeting Materials? Please send us a title for your presentation and a short description of your topic.
  • If you have suggestions on topics you would like to see on our conference, feel free to send in topics. Topics could range from composites to materials for sustainable energy, from additive manufacturing to nanotechnology, and further on!

Please email your input before  31 July 2020 to conference@m2i.nl.

Elevator Pitches

This year we will organize pitches on project ideas for coming NWO- and EU calls. A unique opportunity to catch the attention of a very diverse audience through a 90 seconds presentation.

All participants of the Elevator pitch can display their products and services in the central hall during the conference. Please email your input to conference@m2i.nl.

Meeting Materials is an M2i event and is co-supported by the Bond voor Materialenkennis.