ULISSES Webinar wrap-up

One month before the end of the ULISSES project we organised today our final webinar that attracted 34 participants.

ULISSES Final Webinar

The ULISSES consortium would like to invite you to its final webinar on the 31st of May @ 2:00 pm CET.
During this one hour event members of the project will present the achievements of the project on 2D material integration with photonics, miniaturised gas sensing, and smart sensor calibration for the IoT. An open discussion with the registered stakeholders will follow.

Join us to discover ULISSES work by registering to our Free Webinar

Discover the last episode of our podcast series

For our 4th and last episode "Mid-IR photonics for environmental sensingKristinn Gylfason from KTH welcomes Delphine Marris-Morini from the University of Paris Saclay and Jana Jágerská, associate professor at the Artic university of Norway, to discuss Mid-IR photonics for environmental sensing. Prof. D. Marris-Morini is specialised in silicon photonics in the near-IR and mid-IR wavelength range. Dr J. Jágerská is group leader in the field of nanophotonics and laser spectroscopy with a focus on mid-infrared on-chip sensors for trace gas detection.

ULISSES Podcast 3rd episode - 2D material based photodetectors

In today's episode Stephan Suckow from AMO is interviewing Cedric Huyghebaert from Black Semiconductor about 2D material based photodetectors. Cedric is a leading expert in nano-applications and materials engineering, a key contributor to the innovation of graphene and graphene-related materials for functional applications.

ULISSES Podcast 2nd episode: 2D material fabrication technology

Our second episode is a discussion about Graphene 2D material fabrication technology, a broad topic for which we are welcoming no less than three guest speakers: 

  • Inge Asselberghs, program manager at IMEC, who's an expert on exploratory 2-D-material-based device fabrication and characterisation.
  • Amaia Zurutuza, scientific director at Graphenea, a leading graphene foundry specialised in the design, manufacture and supply of graphene based chips and materials
  • Harm Knoops, an Atomic scale segment specialist at Oxford Instruments

to discuss the manufacturing of graphene sensors and the needs of the industry for this technology.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825272 (ULISSES).