The University of Malta in collaboration with EuroNanoForum2017 is pleased to invite you to the Science Café on Nanotechnology.
The upcoming EuroNanoForum 2017 conference will focus on how nano and advanced materials technologies can strengthen the competitiveness of European industries.
Nanotechnology has been advocated as a revolutionary technology, holding promises for a wide variety of applications in: electronics, fuel cells, solar cells, food, cleaner water, sporting , medicine, etc.
During this Science Café, University of Malta academics will present some of their current research in this exciting new field. Come along to the Nano Science Cafe to find out more about this fascinating topic which can lead to exciting careers.
Tuesday 25 April, 2017
KSU Tipico Careers Common Room
Come hear what academics have to say about:
What are Nanolectronics?
What are the benefits of shrinking the transistor?
What is graphene?
How can you manufacture devices with nanoscale features?
During the Science Café, the University experts in their respective fields of Engineering, Chemistry, Medicine and Information & Communications Technology will give a brief introductory talk on a specific topic. This will be followed by an informal chat with attendees which includes time for them to ask questions and present their views.