NWO Matchmaking event: Degradation and Reliability of Organic Materials
- Friday, 14 June 2019
Together with Signify, TU Delft is organizing an NWO matchmaking event on the degradation and reliability of organic materials. Topics include:
- Brainstorming on challenges and future developments of inorganic materials used in (opto) electronic components
- Reliability, degradation, and lifetime assessment of inorganic materials in microelectronic devices
- Discussing collaboration opportunities between leading industries in Europe and Dutch Universities
Date: 30th of August, 9:00-14:00
Location: HTC45, High Tech Campus, 5656 AE Eindhoven
Organizers: Prof. dr. G.Q. Zhang, Prof. dr. W.D. van Driel, Dr. M. Yazdan Mehr
Register before the 27th of August by mail to: email@example.com, for additional information check this PDF.More ...
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