NanoGlobe has identified that Asia is becoming one of the most aggressive regions in adopting nanotechnology. NanoGlobe together with Suzhou Nanotech is launching Driving Gallium Nitride (GaN) Applications as the theme of the 9th Workshop on Manufacturing Technologies for a Sustainable Society, to be held on November 29th, 2012 in Suzhou, China.
We invite you to participate in the workshop, and we also give you an opportunity to present (20 minutes) and share your cutting-edge technologies and insights related to GaN materials and commercialization of GaN applications, as well as explore business opportunities in Asia.
The presentations and roundtable discussions of the workshop will focus on the applications enabled by GaN including LEDs, Lasers and Power Electronics, and will cover issues from wafer growth and processing, to product development and their competitve position for market adoption.
Come and see for yourself the rapid GaN advances in Suhzou and the rest of China, which has shown innovative and high quality GaN products. Some of the players have the strategy to actively lower the cost of GaN so that anyone who wants to use GaN in their applications can use it. In LEDs, China has rapidly moved up the value chain to advanced phosphors and quantum dots, and now that GaN base is looking at applications such as Power Electronics for lower power consumption and Lasers.
This workshop will include an intimate look into Suzhou's GaN application value chains and opportunities for partnerships. The event includes site visits of Suzhou's nanotechnology infrastructure and GaN related industries including LEDs, Lasers and Power Electronics. Suzhou is building an ecosystem around GaN enabled industries which includes a training center set up by GaN equipment company, AIXTRON.
The Workshop on Manufacturing Technologies for a Sustainable Society is a bimonthly series of workshops offering a powerful forum for the speakers to present their company/organization's technologies, products and services to China's industry and R&D leaders, giving opportunities to establish strategic partnerships and explore commercialization opportunities in China.
The city of Suzhou is considered one of the most progressive and innovative city in China (ranked top 3 in "2010 China's Most Innovative Cities" by Forbes). Suzhou Industrial Park has been designated as the Nanotechnology Industry Cluster in China, and it is building the Nanopolis Suzhou which provides a whole ecosystem for nanotechnology development.
Suzhou is a beautiful, ancient garden city known as the "Venice of the Orient", so we also wish to give you glimpses of the city's charm.