Showcasing Emerging Technologies 2018 - Compound Semiconductors

Posted on: 13/08/2018

The Knowledge Transfer Network is Showcasing Emerging Technologies from UK universities and their spin-out companies.

Brought to you by KTN’s Emerging Technologies and Industries team and Compound Semiconductors SIG, the third event in the Showcasing Emerging Technologies series will focus on Compound Semiconductors. The event takes place in Birmingham on 27th November 2018 and you can register here.

Delegates will have the chance to see demos of emerging Compound Semiconductor technologies and discuss these with the scientists and engineers who have developed them, and who are looking at applications for these technologies.

Given their nature, emerging technologies can be applied across sectors and applications, and we are looking for end users and industrial partners to help develop and take these technologies to commercialisation in multiple sectors.

The KTN can help to facilitate collaborations between end users, industry, challenge holders, investors and university enterprise and knowledge transfer offices.

Exhibitor List

Advanced Hall Sensors Ltd
– Microstructural Analysis of Steel and Related Materials

Integrated Compound Semiconductors Ltd
– Devices for RF and Optical devices for the 5G wireless, 10G/25G/100G Telecom and Datacom Markets

Amethyst Research Ltd & Lancaster University
– Novel infrared detectors

University of Surrey
– Photonic Semiconductor Device Technologies for Energy, Sensing and Communications

Advanced Epi Materials and Devices Ltd
– Mass Scale Silicon Carbide Material and Sensors

DZP Technologies Ltd
Р3D-Printable Electrical Interconnects - Micro-extruded silver ink interconnects for power electronics applications

Lancaster University
– Telecoms Wavelength VCSEL Lasers

The Thinking Pod Innovations Ltd. & University of Nottingham
– Power Electronic Converter-in-Package

CST Global Ltd
– Custom Foundry Services

Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult Ltd
– Dual Channel Amplifier for 5G

Nottingham Trent University
– Laser Annealing of Thin Film Semiconductors

INEX Microtechnology Ltd
– GaN MMIC Foundry Process

Register now (Be quick. Places are limited)

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