Low-voltage organic thin-film transistors and sensors

On 9 May 2017, Dr Helena Gleskova (University of Strathclyde) gave a seminar at McGill University in Canada, on the topic of wearable sensors. Wearable sensors are likely to be powered by batteries or energy-harvesting devices. Consequently, the sensors need to operate at low voltages. Gate dielectrics with sub-10-nm thickness can provide organic transistors with Read more about Low-voltage organic thin-film transistors and sensors[…]

IEEE Local Chapter seminar at McGill: “From IT to ICE, the resulting challenges and the search for solutions”

On 2 May 2017, Prof Ivan Glesk (University of Strathclyde) gave a talk, which examined the key disruptive milestones which led to a transformation of IT into ICE, then discussed the resulting challenges, looked at possible solutions and showed why advanced all-optical devices may help to enable more scalable solutions via advanced optical code-division multiple-access Read more about IEEE Local Chapter seminar at McGill: “From IT to ICE, the resulting challenges and the search for solutions”[…]

Patents & Microspectrometers

Aitor V. Velasco, CSIC delivered an introductory seminar about patent protection to students and research staff at the University of Zilina in April 2017. The presentation covered several topics including patent requirements, prior-art analysis, strategies and application processes. Particular examples and exercises were based on the “Star wars” movies to make it more appealing to Read more about Patents & Microspectrometers[…]


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