Smoltek is represented at the Baltic Conference Series

Research engi­neer Rickard Ander­s­son will present the recent advances made by Smoltek at the Baltic Con­fer­ence Series on Wednes­day Octo­ber 11.

The Baltic Con­fer­ence Series Octo­ber 8–11 2017 is an inter­na­tion­al event focus­ing on new age tech­nol­o­gy and inno­va­tions with over 500 del­e­gates par­tic­i­pat­ing from over 80 coun­tries. One of the key top­ics for the con­fer­ence is nan­otech­nol­o­gy and Rickard Ander­s­son, Research engi­neer at Smoltek, will be pre­sent­ing the recent advances made by Smoltek.

“Rickard will present the recent advances made by Smoltek with faster and more cost effi­cient growth of Car­bon nanos­truc­tures at com­ple­men­tary met­al-oxide-semi­con­duc­tor (CMOS) com­pat­i­ble process tem­per­a­tures under 400 °C. The obtained results from this work make Smoltek’s tech­nol­o­gy even more attrac­tive for the indus­try and also facil­i­tate the direct inte­gra­tion of Car­bon nanos­truc­tures for exam­ple into elec­tron­ic chips for future “Inter­net of things” sys­tems”, says Vin­cent Des­maris, CTO of Smoltek AB.

The work he will present is the result of a tight col­lab­o­ra­tion between Smoltek, Cyprus Uni­ver­si­ty and Chalmers Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy and the top­ic for the pre­sen­ta­tion is “Nanopar­ti­cles-enabled low tem­per­a­ture growth of car­bon nanofibers and their prop­er­ties for supercapacitors”.

Baltic Con­fer­ence Series is a bian­nu­al inter­na­tion­al event which will be held dur­ing a cruise on board the fer­ry M/​S Mariel­la depart­ing from Stockholm,Sweden dur­ing 08 – 11 Octo­ber 2017.

The goal of the Baltic Con­fer­ence Series is to pro­vide an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary glob­al forum for researchers, edu­ca­tors, tech­nocrats, stu­dents, engi­neers, med­ical and clin­i­cal pro­fes­sion­als work­ing in the field of sen­sors & actu­a­tors, med­ical & clin­i­cal sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy includ­ing MEMS & NEMS, biosen­sors & bio­elec­tron­ics, tis­sue engi­neer­ing, transna­tion­al med­i­cine, ther­a­nos­tics, drug deliv­ery for­mu­la­tions, nanomed­i­cine, dig­i­tal health, etc. com­ing from acad­e­mia and indus­try to present their research results, inno­va­tions, prod­ucts and activities.

Read more about the Baltic Con­fer­ence Series here.

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