Lecture from Dr. Michaël De Volder, the University of Cambridge on November 20, 2018
|Date & Time||20 November 2018 (Tuesday) 16:00 – 17:00|
|Title||3D Carbon Nanotube Structures for Sensing and Energy Storage Applications|
|Venue||No. 5 conference room, 3rd floor, 51 building, Nishiwaseda Campus, Waseda University（Map）|
|Target participants||All Waseda students, faculty members, and the general public|
|Organizer||The Frontier of Embodiment Informatics: ICT and Robotics, TGU (Top Global University), Waseda University|
Dr. Michaël De Volder
Michaël De Volder obtained his bachelor and master degree in engineering from the University of Leuven. He subsequently started his PhD studies at the same University and in part at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He then worked as a postdoc researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan, Harvard University, and the University of Leuven. He also worked for several years at imec, an industry funded microelectronics research institute, before joining the Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge.