Today, NNT 2019, the 18th International Conference on Nanoimprint and Nanoprint Technologies, the world’s leading symposium on nanoimprint and nanoprint, will take place at the Boston Seaport Hotel and we are so happy to be part of the program.
Theodor Nielsen, CEO and Founder of NIL Technology, will open the conference as an invited speaker, with the talk Mastering; more than just litho and etch…. The talk will present NIL Technology’s latest development within mastering to support novel optics products.
What is NNT2019 all about?
NNT 2019 isn’t just any conference. NNT 2019 will have more than 60 oral presentations and 20 posters from leaders in Nanoimprint and Nanoprint Technologies. The conference is the world’s leading symposium on nanoimprint and nanoprint and focuses on next generation technologies, products and manufacturing processes. The conference is put together with both research and commercial communities in mind and will be held over 3 days this week. It will feature invited and contributed lectures on the latest developments in imprint technology.
Why is NNT the world's leading symposium on nanoimprint and nanoprint?
- The conference has a broad selection of plenary lectures and talks with focus on new and emerging areas in which imprint technology can expand and have significant commercial and scientific impact.
- NNT 2019 have a unique session and roundtable discussion in which providers of tools, masters, materials and open access research and process development facilities will contribute to provide answers to potential ways of commercialization of product concepts from the laboratory to manufacturing.
- There will be an extensive poster session that describes recent science and technology advances, as well as a variety of vendor exhibits from companies and institutes.
- And last, but not least, a dinner cruise for networking and informal socializing will take place on the Boston Harbor, sponsored by us in NIL Technology and Carpe Diem Technologies.
Mastering; more than just litho and etch...
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Image: 500 nm linewidth, 4-level, DOE, concentric circles master