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WIN Distinguished Lecture - Professor Vladimir Bulovic: "The Future will be Measured in Nanometers"Export this event to calendar

Saturday, November 12, 2016 — 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST

As part of the second annual Waterloo Undergraduate Nanotechnology Conference (WUNC), the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a Distinguished Lecture by Professor Vladimir Bulović, Associate Dean for Innovation, Fariborz Maseeh (1990) Professor of Emerging Technology, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, School of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States.

Lecture: 2:00-3:00pm

The Future will be Measured in Nanometers

The Nano Age is upon us... With nano-scale advancements we are reimagining Health and Life Sciences, Energy, Computing, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Quantum Science,... That is because nano is not a specific technology. It does not belong to a particular industry or discipline. It is, rather, a revolutionary way of understanding and working with matter, and it is the key to launching the next Innovation Age, the Nano Age.

Professor Vladimir Bulović

Vladimir BulovićVladimir Bulović is the Associate Dean for Innovation in MIT’s School of Engineering. He is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT, holding the Fariborz Maseeh Chair in Emerging Technology, leading the Organic and Nanostructured Electronics laboratory, co-leading the MIT Innovation Initiative and co-directing the MIT-ENI Solar Frontiers Center. He is an author of over 200 research articles (cited over 30,000 times) and an inventor of over 90 U.S. patents in areas of light emitting diodes, lasers, photovoltaics, photodetectors, chemical sensors, programmable memories, and microelectromachines, majority of which have been licensed and utilized by both start-up and multinational companies. He is a co-founder of several start-up companies that together employ over 200 people, including QD Vision, Inc., producing quantum dot optoelectronic components; Kateeva, Inc., focused on development of printed organic electronics; and Ubiquitous Energy, Inc., developing nanostructured solar technologies. Bulović received his Ph.D. from Princeton University, where his academic work and patents contributed to the launch of the Universal Display Corporation and the Global Photonics Energy Corporation.

Cost 
Free
Location 
QNC - Quantum Nano Centre
Room 0101
200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, N2L 3G1
Canada

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