CAMART² webinars

March 23, 2022
Electrum laboratory at KTH, N. Nordel

This webinar is aimed to users from both academia and companies, presenting our infrastructure for nano- and micro fabrication and related characterization, with complete process lines supporting a wide range of technologies, e.g., micro and nano electromechanical systems, photonic and electronic devices, including an experimental CMOS line.
Our innovation environment and production incubator, capable of maturing research ideas into prosperous companies is also presented.

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April 6, 2022
Nanofabrication at RISE, Q. Wang, M. Berg

The  webinar is aimed to researchers, industries, problem-owners and users giving an overview of nanofabrication-related competence/expertise and ongoing R&D activities at RISE covering nano materials synthetization, wafer-scale nano device fabrication/ characterization, related photonic and electronic applications. Large area nanofabrication would drive development and innovation of nano materials, devices and systems to the next stage of technology readiness.

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April 20, 2022
Thin film technologies at ISSP UL, J. Purāns

The webinar is aimed at users from academia and industries giving an overview of available facilities, knowledge and experience in thin film technologies related research at ISSP UL.

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May 11, 2022
Printed Electronics at RISE, V. Beni, D. Platt

The webinar is aimed at researchers, industries, problem-owners and end-users giving an overview of printed electronic-related competence/facilities (Printed Electronic Arena, PEA-M) and examples of ongoing/past R&D activities covering printed sensors, sustainable energy storage (e.g., printed supercapacitors), material development towards sustainable electronics, hybrid printed electronics and its application in active label, medtech and consumer electronics.

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May 25, 2022
CMOS technology and integration of devices at KTH, P.-E. Hellström

The webinar is aimed to users from both academia and companies giving and insite in the CMOS technology and integration of devices at KTH.

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June 1, 2022
Spectroscopy laboratory at ISSP UL, A. Šarakovskis

The aim of this webinar is to give an overview of available facilities, knowledge and experience in spectroscopy related research at ISSP UL as well as examples of ongoing research activities including upconversion luminophors, scintillators, and persistent phosphors. Webinar is aimed at users from academia and industries promoting both service and collaborative research. 


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