The future society will be built on sustainable supply and use of electricity. In order to harvest, store and convert electric energy, for the use of e.g. autonomous electric cars, sensors and control devices based on nanotechnology are important components. Another component is an intelligent communication infrastructure, for instance built on an IoT architecture, utilizing connected sensors and control devices.
The Innovation summit brings together established industry and enterprises, academia and entrepreneurs from different fields. The summit will focus on market challenges and needs as well as on recent research results and technology breakthroughs for nano sensors and power electronics.
Take this opportunity to learn about existing business opportunities and challenges, explore new ideas and collaborations and get a flavor of the cutting-edge research that is being conducted within nano sensors, power electronics, IoT and energy conversion.
Please note that the program ends at 1.30 pm.
8.30 Registration & Coffee
09.00 Welcome and introduction
Lars Tilly, Materials Business Center; Heiner Linke, NanoLund, Lund University; Ola Svedin, Mobile Heights
09.10 Nanotechnology for Energy Harvesting and LED Applications
Lars Samuelson, CSO, SolVoltaics AB, Hexagem AB and GLO AB/Lund University
09.30 Sensor Based Challenges and Needs Posed by the Introduction of 5G
Sven Mattisson, Senior Expert Radio System, Ericsson AB
09.50 Power Electronics in High Power Grid-connected Applications
Alireza Nami, Team Manager – Power Electronics, ABB Research
10.10 Radar Sensor Optimization for IoT Applications
Mikael Egard, COO, Acconeer
10.30 Coffee Break
10.50 Hexagem Wafers Enabling New Market Opportunities for GaN Based Power Electronics
Kristian Storm, Acreo & CTO Hexagem
11.10 Power Electronics – Enabler for the Electrical Society
Vanya Darakchieva, Professor, Linköping University
11.30 Challenges and Opportunities Posed by the Introduction of Micro-grids
Demijan Panic, Lead Technical Engineer, E.ON
11.50 Emerging Optical Sensors Enabled by Nanowire Technology
Håkan Pettersson, School of Information Technology, Halmstad University
12.10 Outlook & Wrap up