EVENT 1 October 2021

Lunch Lecture October hosted by VSL National Metrology Institute

Nanowire systems show great potential as energy harvesting devices to create small amounts of electrical power and as electrode material for hydrogen generation. Due to the nanometer size dimensions of...


About this event

Nanowire systems show great potential as energy harvesting devices to create small amounts of electrical power and as electrode material for hydrogen generation. Due to the nanometer size dimensions of the wires and potentially large size of the entire devices there are a lot of challenges for measuring and characterization to enable optimization of device functionality and of production processes. This lecture will address some of the metrology challenges to realize accurate nanoscale measurement methods for these systems.

Date: October 4 2021 12:02pm

Hosted by: VSL National Metrology Institute

Speaker: Richard Koops, Research Scientist

Please send an email to info@dspe.nl if you are interested in this Lunch lecture.


4 October 2021


The Netherlands

Digital


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