Nanoelectronics 2019

Conference Series Ltd welcomes you to attend the 5th International Conference and Exhibition on technology, Artificial Intelligence and IOT during April 15 -16 , 2019 Hong Kong. We cordially invite all the interested participants in sharing their knowledge, research and gaining the information in the arena of Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence, IOT and its allied areas. Read more about Nanoelectronics 2019[…]

Unconventional Nanoelectronics

Specific Challenge: The challenge is to maintain Europe’s position at the forefront of advanced nanoelectronic technologies developments. This is essential to ensure strategic electronic design and manufacturing capability in Europe avoiding critical dependencies from other regions. Advanced nanoelectronics technologies enable innovative solutions to industrial and societal challenges. Scope: Projects will aim at demonstrating the viability Read more about Unconventional Nanoelectronics[…]

Electronic Smart Systems (ESS)

Specific Challenge: The challenge is to develop and validate a new generation of cost-effective ESS technologies integrating hardware technologies across multiple fields eg, multi-modal sensing, actuating, advanced processing, and secure wireless transmission (to network or local infrastructures). Access to advanced electronics technologies by SMEs and academia is a complementary challenge supporting digitisation of industry. Scope: Read more about Electronic Smart Systems (ESS)[…]

Liquid metal nano set the next revolution in electronics

A new technique using liquid metals to create integrated circuits that are just atoms thick could lead to the next big advance for electronics. The process opens the way for the production of large wafers around 1.5 nanometres in depth (a sheet of paper, by comparison, is 100,000nm thick). Other techniques have proven unreliable in Read more about Liquid metal nano set the next revolution in electronics[…]

Low energy sensors for the Internet of Things

Together with his research team, Lars-Erik Wernersson, professor of nanoelectronics at Lund University in Sweden, has developed a technology for smarter transistors which could be used in electronics that operate on low energy, such as sensors for the Internet of Things. Using the new transistors on a large scale could save enormous amounts of energy. Read more about Low energy sensors for the Internet of Things[…]