Andrew Gooda Supply Chain and Compliance Director, Nanoco Technologies Ltd, UK (Chair of the Board) 

With a degree in mechanical engineering from Imperial College London and MBA from Durham   University, Andrew has worked at Nanoco since 2010 as Manufacturing Director.  He has overseen  the commercial scale up of cadmium-free quantum dot technology and now has responsibility for  supply chain, quality, safety, regulatory affairs and engineering.

Dr David Carlander, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Nanotechnology Industries Association, BE

David has a PhD in clinical chemistry and started his career working within food related issues at the  Swedish Ministry of Agriculture and National Food Administration.  This led to a role at the European  Food Safety Authority in Italy, including the coordination of EFSA's work with nanomaterials during  his 6 year position.  Since 2011, David has worked at NIA, working across REACH, agriculture and risk assessment.  He represents NIA at EU regulatory meetings, including the EC sub-group on Nanomaterials under REACH, and through NIA's stakeholder roles to ECHA and EFSA.​

Anne Goldberg New Innovation Platform Director, Solvay, BE

With a degree in physics, Anne joined Solvay in 1990, moving into nanotechnology in 2008 as Nanotechnology Platform Manager.  She had responsibility for setting up and managing the corporate R&D programme.  Within her current role, she identifies next breakthrough innovation areas for company focus.


Carolin Kranz Senior Manager Innovation and Technology Policy, BASF, DE

Carolin has a background in chemistry, sustainability, nanotechnology and governance of new technologies.