11th Fraunhofer Symposium in Sendai, Japan

Fraunhofer ENAs organizes together with the Fraunhofer Representative Office in Japan the 11th Fraunhofer Symposium in Sendai. It is  held in cooperation with Tohoku University µSIC and the City of Sendai.

Date &Time: November 27th, 2015 (Fri.), 9:20-17:20, reception 17:45-20:00
Venue: Sendai SUNPLAZA
Participation fee: free (registration needed) on Nover 27, 2015 in advance

The 11th Fraunhofer Symposium addresses especially nano technologies
as well as cooperation with Fraunhofer Society. For the first time presentatiions from industry will be given.


09:20 a.m. Opening
Mr. Hideya Miki
Representative, Fraunhofer Representative Office Japan
09:30 a.m.

Welcome address
Mr. Yukimoto Ito  (Vice Mayor, City of Sendai)

Prof. Motoko Kotani (Executive Member Science Counsel Japan; Director WPI-Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University)

09:40 a.m. Keynote Prof. Thomas Gessner (Fraunhofer ENAS;
Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai)
Internet of Things, trends and tendencies
10:20 a.m. Javier Portillo Casado (Fraunhofer FEP)
Sterilization by low energy electrons - Fraunhofer
Lighthouse Project „Theranostic Implants“
10:50 a.m.   break and poster session
11:20 a.m. Dr. Georg Heldt (TU Chemnitz, Fraunhofer ENAS),
Nano integration by using E-beam lithography
11:50 a.m. Prof. Koji Nakayama (WPI-AIMR Tohoku University)
Sodium titanate nanowires for the decontamination
of radioactive water
12:20 p.m. Prof. Joerg Froemel (Fraunhofer Project Center
Sendai, Tohoku University)
Innovative smart systems and technologies
12:40 p.m. lunch break
13:40 p.m. Keynote Prof. Shuji Tanaka (Micro/Nano Education
Center, Tohoku University; Fraunhofer Project Center
Tohoku University–Fraunhofer ENAS team as
your R&D partner
14:20 p.m. Dr. Peter Merz (XFAB)
Risk & opportunities of MEMS business development
14:50 p.m. Patrick Matthes (Fraunhofer ENAS)
More dimensional GMR/TMR based magnetic
field sensors
15:20 p.m. break and poster session
15:50 p.m. Florian Kurth (Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai)
Metallic glass as innovative material for MEMS
16:20 p.m. Dr. Christoph Nebel (Fraunhofer IFAM)
Cutting edge nano-electronics from III-V semiconductors and diamond at the IAF
16:50 p.m. Eiichi Taketani (DENSO Corp.)
Joint development with Fraunhofer ENAS
17:20 p.m. closing remarks
17:45 p.m. reception

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