Thematic Workshop. Riga, Latvia

Nano and micro technologies for light control and solar energy harvesting

Date: 13th of June 2013, 9:00 ‐ 16:30  
Venue: Hotel SPA Jurmala, Jomas Street 47/49, Jurmala, Latvia
Language: English
Costs: Free of charge

Organizer: University of Latvia in cooperation with Enterprise Europe Network
Supported by Interreg IVB project TECHNET_NANO

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09.00-09.30    Registration and coffee 
09.30-10.50    Section 1 - Welcome, Technet_nano, solar cells
10.50-11.30    Coffee break, posters, networking
11.30-12.30    Section 2 - Presentations (solar cells, light control)
12.30-13.30    Lunch, posters, networking
13.30-14.30    Section 3 - Presentations (Light control, funding and support opportunities for SME research)
14.30-15.10    Special coffee break, posters, networking
15.10-16.00    Section 4 - Company presentations; discussions
16.00-16.30    Closing discussion
End of the workshop


List of Presentations:

  • Welcome
    Prof. Indrikis Muiznieks, Vice rector, University of Latvia

  • Introduction to project Technet_nano and project partners
    Dr James Hoyland, SDU Sonderborg

  • Next generation technologies for PV SC and/or modules based on nanotechnologies
    Karolis Liepuonius, SME Modernios E-Technologijos, Lithuania

  • Solar cells and energy efficient organic lighting systems
    Jacob Balle, SDU Sonderborg

  • Cluster tool for Solar cell CLD
    Sidrabe, Latvia

  • Fabrication of Si for solar cells
    KEEP EU, Latvia

  • Large area transparent antireeflective coating for solar applications
    Gro Glas, Latvia

  • General presentation on experience of Lithuanian PV cluster developing strategies for successful PV business in globalized economy
    Juras Ulbikas, PROTECH, Lithuania

  • Monolithic and hybrid integration of nano/micor structures onto optoelectric devices for loght steering and harvesting
    Dr Qin Wang, Acreo Swedish ICT, Sweden

  • Smart window technologies at ENCC
    Dr Ilmar Kink, Estonian Nanotechnology Compentence Center, Estonia

  • "Optimum Driving Conditions Study for Digital Micromirror Devices"
    Kriss Osmanis, EuroLCDs, Latvia

  • Thin film coatings by magnetron sputtering
    Naco Technologies, Latvia

  • Elements of diffractive optics
    Dr Teteris Janis, Hologramma, Latvia

  • Microelectronics activities in SME Alfa
    Zaslavskis Alex, Alfa, Latvia

  • Temperature controlled laminar flow cabinet
    Bankovskis Pavels, SME Biosan, Latvia

  • Financing opportunities for SME in Latvia
    Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, Latvia

  • Patent search for SMEs, PATLIB project
    Reinis Markvarts, University of Latvia, Latvia

  • Enterprise Europe Network
    Svarcbaha Dzintra, Enterprise Europe Network, Latvia

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