International Seminar on Industrial Innovation through Electrochemistry

Using innovation to reduce costs and increase the productivity of businesses? What must we do to be more competitive in a globalized scenario? To answer these and other questions from entrepreneurs, Senai promotes during the 16th and 17th of September, in Curitiba, the 1st International Seminar on Innovation in Industrial Electrochemistry (S3IE). The event, which will focus on applied research to the industrial environment, aims to strengthen the relationship between industry and research groups, so they can act in a coordinated manner in the processes of innovation and technology, induced by electrochemistry.  Aimed at managers of R & D, innovation, engineering and production in the automotive, construction, energy, oil and gas, mining, metalworking and electroplating - as well as researchers from these and other related areas - the event will feature the presentation of success stories university-industry partnerships. Speakers will be entrepreneurs and researchers from national and international institutions, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of Manchester, UK, Fraunhofer Institutes, Germany, the National Center for Electrochemistry and Environmental Technologies (CNETE) of Canada and the Research Institute Acreo, Sweden

Acreo’s participation:  Acreo will make two presentations:  “Nanowire and microfluidic based biosensors”, by Michael Salter, and “Electrochemical sensing for biomedical applications”, by Anatol Krozer.

Date/time: 
Monday, September 16, 2013, 08:00 to Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 17:00
Location: 
Electrochemistry Innovation Institute of SENAI
Centro Civico, Av. Candido de Abreu, 200
Curitaba, Paraná
Brazil
BR
Link to event: 
International Seminar on Industrial Innovation through Electrochemistry