Spotlights on Micro- and Nanotechnology

Part 2: The Contribution of Microtechnology to the Energy Transition

The digital event series Spotlights of Micro and Nanotechnology will provide insights into the recent state of the art on various topics and aspects of micro and nanotechnologies. The event series will focus on innovative developments, but also on cross-disciplinary relevant topics of the high-tech industry. IVAM initiates the Spotlight series in cooperation with the Regionales Berufsbildungszentrum des Kreises Steinburg (RBZ). The event will take place regularly on the first Tuesday of every month from 9 to 11 a.m. and thus ensure a continuous information gain.

How microtechnology contributes to the energy transition is the topic of the second event!

The second date will take place on October 04, 2022 from 9 to 11 a.m. and will deal with the topic "The Contribution of Microtechnology to the Energy Transition". Look forward to the following speakers:

  • Dr. Sandra Hansen, Universität Kiel: "From material to application - insights into battery research"
  • Leo Rose, Univercell: "Building better batteries - World class electrodes and cells build in Kiel"
  • Dr. Gunther Kolb, Fraunhofer IMM: "Methanol as Hydrogen Carrier for Mobile and Stationary Applications"

The event series is aimed at interested parties from the high-tech industry and professionals from the fields of business development, research & development, management, project and product development, and technology. 


Stay up-to-date with the Spotlights and register here!

Join us for the new event series Spotlights of Micro- and Nanotechnology and get a regular overview of the latest technological applications, innovations and cross-disciplinary relevant topics of the high-tech industry! Participation is free of charge, but subject to registration. 


Topics and dates of the following events are:

  • November 08, 2022: (Attention: exceptionally the 2nd Tuesday of the month because of a holiday): Tasks and responsibilities of the supervisor in occupational health and safety
  • December 06, 2022: Industrial Engineering: The Guardians of the 4Ms