Impact Breakfast

SEPTEMBER 18TH 2019 - IMPACT BREAKFAST:

 

Program:

08:00-08:30: Registration and breakfast

 

08:30-08:35: Opening by Tobias Dahl, SINTEF /UiO

 

08:35-08:50: Philipp Häfliger, UiO: Ultra dense 3D integrated circuits and pixel parallel processing image sensors

 

08:50-09:05: Simone Mester, SPARK UiO: Design of a new class of anti-cancer antibodies

 

09:05-09:20: Arild Waaler, Sirius Center Director, UiO, Department of Informatics: New technology with pilot users in industry

 

09:20-09:35: Julia Wind, UiO: Batteries. Solid electrolytes - finding a solid that conducts like a liquid

 

10:00: Finish

 

 

 

Invitation only

The meetings will be held in Forskningsparken – Oslo Science Park and are by invitation only. Please request for an invite here – Impact Network, or contact astrid@forskningsparken.no

 

More about the speakers and their presentations:

 

Phillip Hafliger

Philipp Häfliger, professor, research group for nanoelectronic systems
UiO/IFI, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural sciences

 

Ultra dense 3D integrated circuits and pixel parallel processing image sensors

The EU-project 3D-MUSE explores circuit design in emerging ultra dense 3D-integrated CMOS technology. With 3D integration, image sensors will soon be feasible where each pixel has its own analog to digital converter (ADC), enabling high-speed imaging for consumer market devices. Extending this concept with further pixel parallel processing can open up various real-time image processing applications that have hitherto been too computationally demanding.

 

 

Simone Mester, UiO

Simone Mester, Ph.D. fellow, pharmacology and immunology
The Faculty of Medicine UiO /Oslo University Hospital

 

Design of a new class of anti-cancer antibodies

How we have developed a novel technology to prolong the serum persistence of antibodies. The concept will improve the bioavailability of antibodies targeting cancer such that more cells are killed at lower doses, which consequently may cause fewer side effects.

 

 

Arild Waaler, Institutt for informatikk, UiO

Arild Waaler, professor and Director of SIRIUS, Centre for Scalable Data Access
UiO, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural sciences

 

New technologi with pilot users in industry

SIRIUS is a SFI (Centre for Research Based Innovation) with focus on
digitalization in the oil and gas industry. Waaler will in this talk address challenges and opportunities for innovation for the SFI centres. Then he will address a technology developed in SIRIUS with pilot users in industry, and with potential for commercialization.

 

 

Julia Wind, Impact Breakfast

Julia Wind, postdoctoral fellow, Centre for Material Science and Nanotechnology Chemistry,
UiO, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural sciences

Batteries. Solid electrolytes - finding a solid that conducts like a liquid.

All-solid-state batteries promise increased safety and higher energy densities and thus represent a promising pathway to next generation energy storage solutions. Nevertheless, there are still lots of critical challenges to overcome. We describe how fundamental materials research can contribute to the understanding of promising solid-state electrolytes, inform their further improvement and assist in the discovery of new materials.

 

Invitation only

The meetings will be held in Forskningsparken – Oslo Science Park and are by invitation only. Please request for an invite here – Impact Network, or contact astrid@forskningsparken.no