Many interactions at 25 October 2022 Netherlands-Japan Roadshow INNOVATION IN SEMICONDUCTORS

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Let’s meet!ご存じですか?オランダのセミコン業界は200社、約3兆円の売上、4万人の雇用、3千億円のR&D投資の元気なエコシステムです!

【オランダにおける半導体イノベーション・ロードショー】
・10月25日(火)、14:30-18:00
・ホテルオークラ東京
英和同時通訳付
・対象者(日本の産学官関係者)に転送可

アジェンダ
・Peter van der Vliet、オランダ大使が開会挨拶
・オランダ・日本の政府よりセミコン関連政策のご紹介
Holland Semiconductors 業界団体より、オランダのエコシステムのご紹介
・各企業・研究所のセミコンR&Dのご紹介
・ネットワーク・個別会談

Netherlands-Japan Roadshow
INNOVATION IN SEMICONDUCTORS
Opportunities for Collaboration

Dear Esteemed Contact,

Thank you for joining the Netherlands-Japan Roadshow Innovation in Semiconductors, on Tuesday 25 October 2022, 14:00-18:00 at Hotel Okura in Tokyo.

Semiconductor technology is at the heart of innovative and digital developments in virtually every sector. It is therefore a key industry to bring about the digital and green transition. The Netherlands and Japan are indispensable to achieving these transitions, as they are two of only three countries active throughout the whole semiconductor value chain. Dutch and Japanese government strongly support efforts to further promote their position within the value chain and see the strengthening of their relations as an important part of this. Semiconductor players in Netherlands can be positioned as Japanese partners to realize Japan Semiconductor strategy, especially in the field of 3D device process development.

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12 October: NL – JP Matchmaking event: Quantum Photonics Nano

Invitation


For more information about the companies, see below.

Registration: To register, please fill in this form. If you are unable access the link, please send an e-mail to George van der Raaij.

Background: This Event is part of a Quantum-Photonics-Nano Innovation Mission to Japan from 10 to 14 October. With key government officials, decision makers from various industries, and leading innovators and researchers, the 25+ delegation well represents the Netherlands ecosystem. See here for more information on Delegation, objectives, program etc.

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Matchmaking event for startups/scale ups with Japanese corporates

Announcement for Dutch startups and scaleups: register for Innovation Leaders Summit (ILS)!

ILS is the largest annual open-innovation matching event of its kind in Asia and is being held in Nov 21-Dec 16 2022.

Last time, over 3,000 business meetings were arranged and more than 1,000 alliance deals were generated through its one-on-one meeting program, POWER MATCHING, with the participation of 120+ major corporations and 600+ startups. Overseas startups can participate in POWER MATCHING and VC MATCHING either face-to-face or online. This will enable startups to make their proposals directly to the executive officers and other key persons of major corporations and create new business opportunities.

See the file for more info: The 10th ILS Prospectus for Overseas Startups_v2

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Successful event on Quantum-Photonics-Nano, 11 October 2022

We successfully concluded the Netherlands-Japan Roadshow Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology on Tuesday 11 October 2022, 13:45-17:30 at Hotel Okura in Tokyo.

The power point slides are available if you send an e-mail to rob[@]hollandinnovation.jp.

The rapid digital transition requires radical high-tech solutions to keep the global social systems running in terms of security, sustainability, economy, health and others. Important parts of these solutions lie in the area of quantum technology, photonics and nanotechnology. The Netherlands and Japan are front runners, in terms of policy, contents and industry-academia collaboration.

The purpose of this Roadshow was to introduce the complex ecosystems in both countries and facilitate discussions for collaboration.

The event was opened by His Royal Highness Constantijn van Oranje, Special Envoy at Techleap.nl.

Updates were given on recent developments and ambitions of the Netherlands, by renowned speakers including Michiel Sweers Deputy Director-General for Enterprise & Innovation of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, Ewit Roos CEO PhotonDelta, Freeke Heijman Co-founder Director Ecosystem Development QuantumDeltaNL and Raoul Oostenbrink Coordinator Business Cluster Nano PIB-Japan. Both Photon Delta and Quantum Delta NL are seeing public spending of 450M resp 615M euro to further strengthen these ecosystems (National Growth Fund). Shunsuke Okada, Chair, Executive Committee, QSTAR (Executive Officer, Corporate Senior Vice President, Toshiba Corporation) gave a Complementary Speech.

All companies and institutes in the Delegation gave pitches and were available for table discussions (see below for total list).

From Japanese side there were presentations by Koji Yasui, Deputy Program Director of the national SIP program on Photonics and Quantum, Masahiro Kitagawa Program Director of the JST Moonshot Goal #6 (Realization of a foult-tolerant universal quantum computer) and Yuichi Nakamura of the Q-Star consortium (Toshiba and 24 other Japanese companies that are anticipating a quantum era) and others.

The event was closed by a Panel Discussion and a Networking event.


QPN

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Hydrogen Innovation Mission: Japan to the Netherlands

NL hydrogen mission top


この度、オランダ大使館 Partnership for International Business の活動として、日本の産学界などから専門家をオランダに招き、水素イノベーショ ン視察を開催いたします。本視察団は、オランダと欧州の水素政策、水素輸入・輸送・貯蔵、水素製造、産業における水素、水素vs.電化などホットなトピックを取り上げます。

この5日間の旅では、現地視察、企業訪問、講義、そしてオランダで最も重要な水素技術に関する会議の一つである「Wind Meets Gas」を訪問します。

開催日:2022年10月3日~7日

費用:旅費・宿泊費は各自負担

通訳:なし

説明会:2022年7月21日(木)16:00 Zoomウェビナー形式

説明会の登録:ここをクリック

視察団への申し込みは説明会にてご案内いたします。

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Quantum-Photonics-Nano Innovation Mission to Japan – 10 to 14 October 2022

The combination of quantum-photonics-nanotech (QPN) promises to revolutionize the modern world with next-generation technologies. In the week of 10 October 2022, the Netherlands Embassy in Japan and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) are organizing an innovation mission to Japan, with the purpose to stimulate and realize bilateral partnerships in the areas of quantum technology, photonics and nanotechnology.

H.R.H. Prince Constantijn van Oranje, Special Envoy at Techleap.nl, is scheduled to partly join the Delegation.

This article highlights the purpose of the mission, introduces the delegation and program, and provides background information on QPN-related topics in Japan.

QPN

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May 18 – Succesful Roadshow Netherlands Quantum Delta NL

Roadshow Netherlands Quantum Delta NL

On May 18, 9:00-12:00NL / 16:00-19:00JP we organized an online Roadshow Event introducing the Netherlands Quantum Delta NL (QDNL), with focus on quantum computers including hardware and software. During the event, we reached a massive audience, consisting of over 120 Japanese participants from governmental institutions, industry and knowledge institutes. The event proved to be a great first step regarding the physical Innovation Mission on Quantum-Photonics-Nano from the Netherlands to Japan in the week of 10 October 2022 (see here for more information, in Dutch).

Missed the event? Don’t worry, you are in luck! Click here to watch a recording of the roadshow. The required passcode = ewM5J0@h.

QDNL consists of five major quantum hubs and several universities and research centres, which are all connected. The hubs are collaborating on innovation by bringing together top-quality scientists, engineers, students and entrepreneurs, working together on the frontier of quantum technology.

Quantum Delta NL is kicking off three ambitious catalyst programmes (quantum computer, quantum internet, quantum sensors) designed to accelerate the process of introducing quantum technology to the market and to society. The aim is to provide easy access to quantum networks, computers and simulators, lowering the threshold to development and testing. The programmes have a cohesive function, bringing together the various technologies and action lines, various ecosystem actors, and the scientific and user communities.

In April 2021, Quantum Delta NL was awarded 615 Million Euro from the Netherlands National Growth Fund to accelerate quantum technology.

The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in the Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission 10-14 October 2022, to capitalize on the results and come to bilateral partnerships.

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23 March – Roadshow on Japan National Program “Photonics and Quantum Technology for Society 5.0”

Roadshow on Japan National Program “Photonics and Quantum Technology for Society 5.0”

Please find below the agenda of the March 23, 9:00-10:30NL / 17:00-18:30JP online Roadshow Event introducing the Japanese National Program SIP Photonics and Quantum Technologies. In this industry-academia Program, technologies for Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) are developed for (1) laser material processing, (2) photonics quantum communication and (3) photonics and electronics information processing. This Event is dedicated for Netherlands audience, co-organized by the SIP Program, the Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). Speakers include the Program Director Dr. Naoto Nishida (Fellow Toshiba Corp), Sub-PD Dr. Yasui Koji (Senior Chief Technologist Mitsubishi Electric), Sub-PD Dr. Masahide Sasaki (Quantum ICT Collaboration Center at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology NICT), profs. Susumu Noda (Kyoto University) and Masaharu Shiratani (Kyushu University) and other renowned researchers. In addition, an online tour of the optical system laboratories of Hamamatsu Photonics and Utsunomiya University will be held on the day of the conference.

The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in the Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission to Japan in the week of 10 October 2022.

QPN


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16 Feb 2022: Keio-Netherlands Young Quantum Researchers’ Workshop

Invitation for Keio and Netherlands’ Young Quantum Researchers
Part of bilateral relation building for Quantum-Photonics-Nano

The rapid digital transition requires radical high-tech solutions to keep the global social systems running in terms of security, sustainability, economy, health and others. Important parts of these solutions lie in the area of quantum technology, photonics and nanotechnology. The Netherlands and Japan are forefront runners, both in terms of contents and in terms of industry-academia collaboration.

As follow-up of the Netherlands-Japan Launch Event on Quantum-Photonics-Nano of July 2021, the Keio Quantum Computing Center (KQCC) and the Advancing Quantum Architecture (AQUA) research group at Keio University, Japan, and the Embassy in Tokyo are organizing a bilateral Netherlands-Japan workshop for young quantum researchers. You are invited to participate on Thursday 16 February 2021, 1900-2200 JST, 1100-1400 CEST. Students of all levels as well as postdoctoral researchers and research staff are encouraged to participate; the goal is to connect the researchers who will do the work, rather than the senior faculty and administrators. In the interest of maximizing interaction, a few representative researchers will be asked to give short presentations, but the bulk of the time will be in freeform breakout sessions.

The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in the Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission in 2022.

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9 February 2022: Online Event on Nano-Photonics in the Netherlands

Invitation for Japanese Audience
Part of bilateral relation building for Quantum-Photonics-Nano

The rapid digital transition requires radical high-tech solutions to keep the global social systems running in terms of security, sustainability, economy, health and others. Important parts of these solutions lie in the area of quantum technology, photonics and nanotechnology. The Netherlands and Japan are forefront runners, both in terms of contents and in terms of industry-academia collaboration.

As follow-up of the Netherlands-Japan Launch Event on Quantum-Photonics-Nano that we organized last July 8, we kindly invite you to an online event on Nano-Photonics on Wednesday 9 February 2022. You will be updated on recent nano-photonics developments and ambitions of the Netherlands, by renowned speakers including Mr. Eric van Oorschot, Ecosystem Manager of Photon Delta NL, and companies of the Dutch Public-Private PIB-Nano Cluster that is successfully active in building relations with Japan since 2018. Prof. Kazuhiko Hirakawa of The University of Tokyo will give opening remarks.

The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in The Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission in 2022.

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