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Seminar Current topics in Materials Science: Technology Transfer: From Lab to Market

Fridays 3. DS (11:10-12:40) in HAL 115, Hallwachsstraße 3

  First Meeting: Fri 17.10.2014, 11:10 Uhr, HAL 115 (General introduction and distribution of presentation topics)      

title:Seminar Current topics in Materials Science: Technology Transfer: From Lab to Market
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type of lectures:Seminar
given by: G. Cuniberti, F. Pump
lecturer: G. Cuniberti
schedule:2014WS Fridays 3. DS (11:10-12:40)
course language:English
room:HAL 115, Hallwachsstraße 3
credits:Students of Materials Science, Nanobiophysics, Molecular Bioengineering, Organic and Molecular Electronics, Nanoelectronic Systems, Physics, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, etc.; PhD students
summary:Current topics in Materials Science are discussed in presentations by experts and in talks by the participating students. While the experts give a general overview on different aspects, the students go in their presentations into more detail of selected topics. In addition to the scientific content, the invited talks given by experts from science and industry on soft skills are part of the course concept (e.g. on basics of scientific presenting, technology transfer, leadership and entrepreneurship). Among the invited speakers we will have experts from TU Dresden on technology transfer and project scouting as well as lectures by Prof. Dr. Stefan G. Spitzer (Managing director, Praxisklinik Dresden) and Prof. Dr. Stephan Roche (ICREA Research Professor at Institut Catala de Nanociencia i Nanotecnologia, Barcelona), among others.

Rules of the game:
The maximal number of participants is 20.
For each topic one or two students prepare a seminar presentation and a short concept paper; basic literature will be provided.
Class participation is obligatory.
Presentations will be graded according to: understanding, quality of the presentation, ability to discuss the results, ability to ask questions.
Presentations: 45 min., followed by 45 min. general discussion.

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