New developments in material research are expanding our ability to create new advanced materials. Advanced materials that are needed in solving some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Empowering researchers in fields such as Catalysis, Semiconductors and Healthcare is essential if we are to solve some of these challenges.
Nano structured materials have proved to be the ideal building blocks to enable next generation batteries, sensors, fuel cells and industrial catalysts. And that’s because when you go from macro to Nano, or from bulk size materials to atom size materials, properties change.
TUE June 30th, 2020
@ 10:00 CEST (16:00 Beijing Time, 17:00 Japan Standard Time)
@ 18:00 CEST (09:00 Pacific Daylight Time, 12:00 Eastern Daylight Time)
In the upcoming session we would like to introduce the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer and explain why it is the ultimate tool for material development.
The best way to get this across to you is through a combination of a classical webinar presentation and a virtual lab experience, which will be the format of our next session.
VSPARTICLE goes beyond the current standard in research and introduces a fully automated system that can not only generate the desired nanoparticles but can also print them directly into a new product or integrate the nanoparticles as additional features into a desired product. The VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer enables you to print inorganic nanostructured materials with novel properties.
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Accelerating the development of new nanostructured materials is key in solving some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. By introducing a fully automated and reproducible production process of new nanostructured materials, VSPARTICLE is helping researchers to accelerate their exploration of the material world and explore unique quantum properties.
Producing the desired nanoparticles becomes now as easy as pushing a button.
The three VSP-A deposition accessories can be easily connected to the output of the VSP-G1, enabling any researcher to produce nanoparticle samples in a matter of hours, with minimal effort.
Going from hypothesis to results in the same day is now a possibility.
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