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'Nanotechnology for the IT industry'

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'Nanotechnology for the IT industry' will review how much nanotechnology is already used today in Si CMOS chips and where this can take us, touching on: Quantum Computers and Neuromorphic Systems. Lab tour and a short Into to the IMB Lab will follow.

Date and Time

13 November 2017 - 16:00-18:00

Location

CH-8803 Ruschlikon / Switzerland, Switzerland - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Europe:Switzerland local network.


About this event

Presentation, Tour, and Overview of the facilities.

Programme

16:00 Presentation of nanotechnology for the IT industry 
 
16:30 Tour of the Binnig Rohrer Nanotechnology Center BRNC
 
17:00 Overview IBM and IBM Research (Dr. Karin Vey). 

17:15 Introduction / Overview to the activities of the worldwide IBM Research division.

Apero / Evening Drink to follow (details TBD)
 
(All times are local CH Time)

Reasons to attend

Find out more about this fascinating of Nanotechnology...

Continuing Professional Development

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Gratis

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Please make sure to arrive promptly.

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