Prof. Dr. Theo Rasing joined us on 22 February 2016.

Prof. Dr. Theo Rasing talk about the 'Exciting exchange' research programme where physicists are trying to manipulate and control the exchange interaction between electrons at extremely short time and length scales.

Spintronics talked at the Royal Society in London.

Prof. Rasing is presently developing the optical switching of magnetic bits as a new, energy saving technology that uses orders of magnitude less energy per bit than state-of-the-art technology. Theo is the Opening Plenary Lecturer of ECM5.

Prof. Jun Jiao joined us on 3 April 2016.

Dr. Jun Jiao of the Portland State University was honored with the 2004 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

Dr. Jiao's current research is focused on the development of nanofabrication techniques for the property-controlled growth of nanotubes and nanowires, and the investigation of carbon nanotubes and semiconductor nanowires as building blocks for nanoelectronic devices and as the new generation of electron field emitters.

Jun speaks in Session 04: Graphene-based nanotechnology for energy applications.

Prof. Sveinn Ólafsson joined us on 4 April 2016.

Scientist Sveinn Ólafsson believes he has, in collaboration with a Swedish chemist, come up with a way to generate energy with cold fusion.

Sveinn is a Principal Lecturer of ECM5.

Prof. Ed Cussler joined us on 17 April 2016.

Ed Cussler, 66th AIChE Institute Award Winner, Distinguished Institute Professor of the University of Minnesota, member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, talking on The Future of The Lecture.

Ed speaks at a Session 26: WIND POWER.



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