About NINa SH e.V.

The North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V., short NINa SH e.V., is a registered society aiming at the advancement of science and research in the field of nanotechnology in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany). NINa’s mission is to interlink parties from Schleswig-Holstein involved in nanotechnology with relevant stakeholders from all across northern Germany and the Baltic region states.

NINa SH e.V. was founded in August 2013. The society continues the activities of its predecessor, the North German Initiative Nanomaterials (NINa). NINa SH e.V. was founded when NINa’s executing organisation, the Innovationsstiftung Schleswig-Holstein (ISH), ceased to exist. As a registered society, NINa SH e.V. is able not only to continue NINa’s operations in the long term but also to widen its range of activities to the whole field of nanotechnology. In addition, NINa SH e.V. now addresses the whole northern part of Germany and the Baltic region states.

NINa SH e.V. provides the framework for the frequent exchange of up-to-date knowledge and experience between researchers, companies, political institutions and other organizations. Thereby new contacts are made and innovative ideas and strategies in the field of nanotechnology are cooperatively developed.

Furthermore, the society establishes a supra-regional nanotechnology competence network between all involved stakeholders from northern Germany and the Baltic Sea states.

Become a member of NINa SH e.V. and profit from the extensive services and competencies of the society.

NINa’s aims and activities are detailed in the statute of the society.

NINa SH e.V. is looking forward to welcome you!

The board of directors of the North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V.

NINa SH e.V. board of directors
(v.l.) Olaf Jacobs (FH Lübeck), Jens Urny, Werner Kässens (Wissenschaftszentrum Kiel), Franz Faupel (CAU Kiel), Joachim Bergmann (WTSH), Rainer Döhl-Oelze (GITZ) and Eckhard Quandt (CAU Kiel), (c) Schimmelpfennig/CAU