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Nanotechnology

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Nanotechnology Incubator and Its Innovation

Ecosystem

Dr. Servando Aguirre-Tostado

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4th UTEN Workshop, Nanotechnology and Life Sciences, Lisbon, September 2011

CONTENTS  

Regional  Ecosystem  of  Innova8on  

Nanotechnology  Incubator  

Incuba8on  Model  

Experimental  and  Processing  Infrastructure  

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Nanotechnology Incubator and Its Innovation Ecosystem

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Nuevo Leon

Comparison with other states

4% Country´s population.

8% of GDP.

2

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place in direct investment

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Foreign  Direct  Investment  in  Nuevo  Leon  (Oct  2009  –  Sept  2010)  

Country  of  Origin   Investment  (Millions  of  USD)   Percent  

Argen8na  (steel)   $1,040.0   46.5%  

United  States  of  America   $749.7   33.5%  

Denmark   $200.0   8.9%  

Spain   $80.3   3.6%  

Korea   $65.0   2.9%  

Canada   $35.0   1.6%  

Others   $68.4   3.0%  

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Nuevo  León  State  created  the  

Program  “Monterrey  Interna8onal  

City  of  Knowledge”  (MTYCIC)  to  

promote  a  regional  economic  

development  based  on  knowledge.  

Regional  Ecosystem  of  Innova8on  

The  most  important  goal  of  the  program  is  to  create  the  

condi8ons  that  will  promote  the  crea8on,  a`rac8on  

and  reten8on  of  Higi  Tech  Companies..  

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Monterrey   among  the  25   most   compe88ve  

ci8es  in  the   world.   Program  Development   • Vision   • Model   • Structure   • Planning   Consolida?on   Take-­‐Off   Acelerac?on   Metrics: •  Economy •  Human Capital •  Technologies •  Competitiviness •  Life Quality •  R & D 2003  -­‐  2009   2009  -­‐  2015   2015  -­‐  2021   2021  -­‐  2030  

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Society  and  Economy  based  on  knowledge  :    

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Insertion in the scientific, techonological and innovation dynamics of

the state

 

 

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7  BASIC  STRATEGIES:  

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Redesigning  the  educa8onal  agenda  in  Nuevo  León.  

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A`rac8ng  Research  and  R&D  centers  to  the  State  (Research  and  

innova8on  park).  

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Promo8on  of  innova8on  in  exis8ng  companies,  universi8es  and  

research  centers.    

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Crea8on  and  a`rac8on  of  emerging  technology  businesses.  

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Crea8on  of  a  set  of  financial  instruments  and  funds  to  support  

innova8on  

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Improving  of  urban  infrastructure.  

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Enterpreneruship  Model  

Innova8on  Based   Business   Incuba8on   Venture   Capital   >5M  USD   R  &  D   Incuba-­‐ tors   Seed   Funds   <  200K  USD   Nes8ng   Angel   Capital     200k-­‐5M  USD   Ideas  

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Technological  Based  Incubators  

Need to create high-tech businesses

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Biotechnology

Sustantable houses

Information technology

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•   Area  of  70  Hectare  (173  acres)  

 

•   9    University  Research  Centers  

•   9  Government  Research  Centers    

•   12  Private  Research  Centers    

 

•   3  High  Tech  Business  Incubator  

•   3500    Scien?sts  &  Engineers  

•   Recrea?onal  areas  

• $100  million  USD  in  urbaniza?on    

• $200  million  USD  invested  by  

ins?tu?ons  and    companies  

•   100%    water  recycling  

• 2011:  Expansion  to  50-­‐70  Ha.      

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4th UTEN Workshop, Nanotechnology and Life Sciences, Lisbon, September 2011   2  Ha   Par kin g   0.5  Ha   In cu bad or a     Bio te ch   In cu bad or a     N an o   Autopista   al  aeropuerto   IIP   UT  

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Instituto del Agua

(IANL) 100% Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados (CINVESTAV) 100% Centro de Ingeniería y Desarrollo Industrial (CIDESI) 100% Centro de Innovación Investigación y Desarrollo en Ingeniera y Tecnología (CIIDIT de la UANL) 100% Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados (CIMAV) 100% Centro de Innovación y Diseño Estratégico de Productos (CiDEP del ITESM) 100%

 (May  2011)  

Monterrey IT Cluster 95% Motorola 100% Incubadora de Nanotecnología 100% UT-Austin 100%

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Nanotechnology Incubator and Its Innovation Ecosystem

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Bulding:  

1,500  m

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Investment:  

7M  USD  

Personel

:    3  PhDs,  1  MC,  4  Eng.  

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Principales aplicaciones de la Nanotecnología

Mejoras deseadas mas relevantes:

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 Superficies  autolimpiables  

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 Poder  an8bacterial  

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Mejoras  en  propiedade  mecánicas  

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 Resistencia  química    

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 Resistencia  al  medio  ambiente  

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 Resistencia  a  la  corrosión  

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 Resistencia  al  desgaste    

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 Resistencia  al  agrietamiento  

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   Basic   Science   Research     Applied   Research   Experimental   Technological   Development   Development   of  Products    and    Processes   New  Products   and   Businesses  

PRE-COMMERCIAL STAGE COMMERCIAL STAGE

RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGIAL DEVELOPMENT GENERATES SOLUTIONS

MERCADO

Needs stated by market

NEW PRODUCTS AND BUSINESS OF HIGH ADDED VALUE COMMERCIAL APPLICATION INDUSTRIAL SCALING PRODUCT-PROCESS PROTOTIPE APPLIED KNOWLEDGE FRONTIER RESEARCH

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Tradicional  Incuba8onModel    

Diagnostic

Pre-incubation

•  Business Plan •  Starting of Business

Incubation

•  Operation

Post-incubation

•  Consolidation •  Business Growth

3-4 stages

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Business  incubators  

•  Nowadays  there  is  an  infrastructure  of  14  incubators  and  more  than  half  are  in  technology.    

–  Business  Incubator  High  Technology  ITESM  Campus  Monterrey  

–  Business  Incubator  High  Tech  UANL  

–  Business  Incubator  UR  

–  Business  Incubator    UNITEC  

–  Business  Incubator  UDEM  

–  NanoTech  Incubator  (PIIT)  

–  BioTech  Incubator  (PIIT)  

–  Business  Incubator  High  Tech  University  of  Arizona  (PIIT)  

•  Nuevo  León  has  renewed  its  entrepreneurial,  so  that  has  encouraged  the  crea8on  and  

opera8on  of  most  business  incubators  and  accelerators,  which  develop  and  enhance  new   business  interna8onally,  with  par8cular  emphasis  on  technological  and  innova8on  base,  in   order  to  generate  wealth  and  na8onal  and  regional  sustainability.  

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Technology  Based  Incubators  in  the  PIIT  

R & D

Sci-Tech Consulting

Product Development

Prototype Development

The NL state Incubation Model adds to the

traditional model the followings:

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Idea   Concept   Func8onal  Prototype   Commercial  Prototype   Start  of  the   Business  

Accelera8on  

Product development

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INCUBATION  MODEL  

Pre-­‐Incuba?on   Incuba?on   Post-­‐Incuba?on   Diagnos?c   Business  Plan,     Func8onal   Prototype   And   Intellectual   Property       •   Market   evalua8on   •  Development   at  proof  of   concept  level   •  Func8onal   prototype           • Commercial   Prototype   • Business   Start           • Take-­‐off   24 -36 months Company   With    sales     and    jobs  

Volume  of  Sales   Market  Posi?oning  

12 - 24 months 6 - 9 months

Laboratories,  Office  space,  Networking,  and  funding.     Business  and  technical  consul8ng,  Intellectual  Property  

Project   Evalua8on  

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SERVICES

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FABRICATION OF NANOMATERIALS AT PILOT SCALES

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NANOPARTICLES

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SUPPORTED NANOMATERIALES

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NANOCOMPOSITES

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NANOSTRUCTURED COATING

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PROCESS SIMULATION

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BUSINESS CONSULTING

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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

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MARKETING CONSULTING

Incubator of Nanotechnology

 

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USERS

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ENTREPRENEURS

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SCIENTIST

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NEW COMPANIES

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EXISITING COMPANIES WITH R&D PROJECTS

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PHYSICOCHEMICAL METHOD

Fabrication of nanoparticles, especially metal oxides, like titanium oxide, with production levels of kg/h.

Applications: cosmetics, papers, paints, and plastics, among others.

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WET CHEMISTRY METHODS

Fabrication of nanoparticles by chemical methods that lead to the production of a wide variety of products, such as metal oxides, metals, metallic chlorides, semiconductors and compound materials, at a production scale of kg/h.

Applications: electric industry, ceramics, coatings, and

plastics, among others.

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INCUBADORA DE NANOTECNOLOGIA

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CARBON NANOTUBES

A new machine with a production scale of kg/day, capable of fabricating various types of carbon nanotubes by pyrolysis.

Applications: electronic industry, plastics, metals, batteries,

catalysis.

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AEROSOL ASSITED - CVD

New equipment capable of performing deposition of nanostructured coatings on a flat surface area of 30 x 30 cm2 – it may be glass, metal, ceramics, or polymers.

Applications: coatings for the glass industry, plastics, metallic or ceramic pieces.

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FUNCTIONALIZATION

A system for the functionalization of nanoparticles to assure dispersion and bonding with a production capacity of kg/h, in a wide variety of products, like carbonates, hydroxides, oxides, metals, compound materials, and graphene.

Applications: incorporation into plastic matrices, like polyethylene, polypropylene, PET, PVC,

ABS, and polystyrene, among others, using mixers and extruders .

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NANOCOMPOSITES

Fabrication of nanocomposites using extruders with the best technology, to increase nanoparticle dispersion to obtain high-quality products.

Applications: Plastics for pipes, home appliances, cable coatings, food packaging, electronics,

and plastic shapes, among others.

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Aging

 

Mechanical properties

 

Antibacterials properties

 

Electrical properties

 

Optical properties

Tes8ng  Lab  

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Nanotechnology Incubator and Its Innovation Ecosystem

Incubation Projects

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An8bacterial  Toilets    

UV  Resistant  Non-­‐woven  Tex8les  for  Agro  Industrial  Applica8ons  

EPS  Insula8on  Environmentally  Friendly  

High  Temperature  Silicon  Sealant  for  Automobile  Applica8ons  

Low  Fric8on  Coefficient  Motor  Lubricant    

Hydrophobic  Paper  

PVC  an8bacterial  Pipes  

Business  Incuba8on  

–  Nanomateriales  S.A.  de  C.V.   –  Undermicro  S.A.  de  C.V.  

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Pilot Plant Production of Nanomaterials

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HIGH TEMPERATURE SILICON SEALANT

FOR AUTOMOBILE APPLICATIONS

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LOW FRICTION COEFFICIENT MOTOR LUBRICANT

FOR AUTOMOBILE APPLICATIONS

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•  Hydrophobic Surfaces •  Fotocatalitic Surfaces.. www.undermicro.mx

BUSINESS INCUBATION

UNDEMICRO S.A. DE C.V.

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•  Antibaterial nanomaterials for cermics.

•  UV filtering nanoparticles..

www.nanoateriales.com.mx

BUSINESS INCUBATION

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Process  scale  up  

An8bacterial  solu8on  

Wet  chemistry  

Semi-­‐automa8c  plant  

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Technical Team (CIMAV)

Dra. Fátima Pérez, Nanocompuestos y Funcionalización

Dr. Oscar Vega, Recubrimientos por CVD

M.C. Guillermo Acosta, Vía Húmeda y Fisicoquímico

Ing. Beatriz Ortega, Nanotubos de Carbono

Aldo Adame, Nanocompuestos y Funcionalización

Obed Ramírez, Vía Húmeda y Fisicoquímico

Rodrigo Contreras, Nanocompuestos y Funcionalización

Support Team(CIMAV-I2T2)

Carlos Rivera, Gerente

Humberto Dardón, Coordinador Administrativo

Jessica González, Asistente Administrativo

Gerardo Canizales, Mantenimiento

Oziel Tobías, Mantenimiento

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Parque  de  Innovación  e  Inves8gación  Tecnológica (PIIT)   Ave.  Inves8gación  No.  305  

Apodaca,  N.L.,  México   www.mtycic.com.mx  

CONTACT  

 Dr.  Servando  Aguirre  Tostado    servando.aguirre@mtycic.org  

Tel. +52 (81) 8286-6610

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