CAMART2 project launches a series of webinars for scientists and entrepreneurs from both sides of the Baltic Sea aimed at the dissemination of information about the research infrastructure and capabilities of the project consortium partners - KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (KTH), RISE Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE), and Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia (ISSP UL) - integrated services and increasing the interest for regional collaborations of this platform to maximize the regional impact of the CAMART².
Regional collaboration and technology transfer platform promotes the mobility of students and researchers between partner organisations, encourage the sharing of research infrastructure and maximize the impact on industrial growth in the region. It aims to increase the collaboration within CAMART2 project partners spread our activity widely to private and public organisations in Latvia, Sweden and beyond.
The target audience of the webinars is both the R&I groups, industry, and academia.
The format of the webinars is focused on a 20–30 minute presentation which is to be followed by a discussion not exceeding 60 minutes. The speakers of each of the webinars also identify the target groups to be invited to the webinars, and the audience reached.
The webinar series is to be published on the CAMART2 website.
The planned webinars include:
- Wednesday, March 23: Electrum Laboratory at KTH, N. Nordell;
- Wednesday, April 6: Nanofabrication at RISE, Q. Wang, M. Berg;
- Wednesday, April 20: Thin Film Technologies at ISSP UL, J. Purāns;
- Wednesday, May 11: Printed Electronics at RISE, V. Beni, D. Platt
- Wednesday, May 25: CMOS Technology and Integration of Devices at KTH,-E. Hellström
- Wednesday, June 1: Spectroscopy Laboratory at ISSP UL, A. Šarakovskis.