Industrial-Academic Collaborations in Nanotechnology Research

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Industrial-Academic Collaborations in Nanotechnology Research
Industrial-Academic Collaborations in
Nanotechnology Research
Dr Tapani Ryhänen
Head of Sensor and Material
Technologies Laboratory
(Cambridge, Espoo, Moscow)
Nokia Research Center
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Risto Siilasmaa, CEO Interim
Timo Ihamuotila, President Interim
Nokia Solutions
and Networks
Rajeev Suri
HERE
Michael Halbherr
Advanced
Technologies
Timo Ihamuotila,
Interim
Nokia Research
Center
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Devices and
Services
Stephen Elop
Nokia Global Research Network!
MOSCOW!
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© 2013 Nokia
NRC Sensor and Material
Technologies Laboratory
Flexible electronics
Tapani Ryhänen
Head of Laboratory
Sensor technologies
Cambridge
Quantum technologies
Cambridge
Piers Andrew
Interaction technologies
Cambridge
Sensor systems
Otaniemi
Printed intelligence
Otaniemi
Vuokko Lantz
Antti Niskanen
Jani Kivioja
Moscow
Antti Salo
Marc Bailey
Measuring Me
Flexible and bendable
Haptic feedback
Wearable
Transparent
Light and robust
Transformable,
stretchable, foldable
Large screen
Nanotechnology Vision
Nanotechnologies can be understood as
an essential part of the human progress
towards the globally connected world
where the physical reality and digital,
virtual services and information are
merging.
Graphene is perhaps the brightest
highlight of the nanotechnology research.
Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (31 Jan 2010)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0521112168
ISBN-13: 978-0521112161
From Concept
to
Implementation
HumanForm (2010)
(2008)
Kinetic Device
(2011)
Kildal, J., Paasovaara, S. and Aaltonen, V. Kinetic Device: Designing Interactions with a Deformable Mobile Interface.
Proc. CHI EA '12 ACM, (2012), 1871-1876.
Kildal, J. Interacting with Deformable User Interfaces: E!ect of Material Sti!ness and Type of Deformation Gesture.
Proc. HAID'12 Springer, (2012), 71-80.
Kildal, J., Lucero, A. and Boberg, M. Twisting Touch: Combining Deformation and Touch as Input within the Same
Interaction Cycle on Handheld Devices. Proc. MobileHCI '13 ACM, (2013), 237-246. (BEST PAPER AWARD)
Finnish Model for Collaboration between Industry and Universities,
supported by Academy of Finland and Tekes
!
Tekes: the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation. Funding the best
ideas from companies, research organizations and producers of public services.
•  Nokia and its industrial partners are getting funding from Tekes, university partners
from the Academy of Finland
•  Tekes programs o!er good opportunities to create continuum between university
research and industrial exploitation
•  In larger programs, the synergies between Finnish companies can be built more
e!ectively than in separate projects.
" Links to other industry areas can be created more e!ectively
•  Programs also provide a path for longer-term work
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© 2013 Nokia
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Graphene EU Flagship Project
Vision: create a large focused research and
commercial community that exploits the
unique properties of graphene and related
two-dimensional materials to create new
innovations and boost economic growth.
Nokia participating
Nokia coordinating
Flexible Electronics WP
Partners: Aixtron, CEA, CNR,
Graphenea, STM, Varta, VTT,
University of Cambridge,
University of Lille, University of
Strasbourg; Coordinator: Nokia
Aim to cover the entire
value chain and to bring
graphene innovation into
electronic devices
Thank You
[email protected]

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