'From Datacom to IoT, Enabled by Graphene'
2 March 9:30-16:00
Mobile World Congress 2017, Barcelona Spain
Prof Sir Konstantin Novoselov
Nobel Laureate and Director at the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester
Novoselov is best known for isolating graphene at The University of Manchester and being awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2010. His expertise lies within condensed matter physics, mesoscopic physics and nanotechnology.
Dr. Helena Theander
Director of the Swedish innovation program in graphene
Theander is the director of the Swedish innovation program in graphene (SIO Grafen). She is part of the Graphene Flagships’ Innovation team.
Dr. Kari Hjelt
Graphene Flagship's Head of Innovation
Hjelt has extensive experience in building up corporate research and venture activities from being the founder and CEO of several start-up companies, as well as director at Nokia Ventures Organisation and Nokia Research Centre.
Paola Galli, MS
Member of Technical Staff (MTS) at Nokia-Bell Labs
Galli is project leader for high capacity optical transceivers for telecom applications based on novel technologies and is currently working on silicon photonics based devices for WDM networks. Her research includes development of new technologies for next generation Terabit photonics.
Dr. Daniel Neumaier
Head of the Graphene group at AMO GmbH
Neumaier is currently principle investigator in two national projects and four EU projects in the field of graphene. His research interests are graphene based devices for high-frequency electronic, optoelectronic and sensor applications.
Dr. Marco Romagnoli
Head of Advanced Technologies for Photonic Integration at CNIT
Romagnoli has over 35 years of experience in the area of photonic technologies for TLC, working for the IBM Research Centre, the Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, Pirelli R&D Photonics and in PhotonIC Corp.
Dr. Henrik Sandberg
Principal scientist at VTT'scentre for Printable and Hybrid Functionalities
Sandbergs' work is currently focussed on printed electronic devices and circuits, polymer device physics, printing technology and printing ink formulation as well as heterogeneous and monolithic integration for flexible electronics.
Dr. Rouzet Agaiby
Senior Business Development Engineer at FlexEnable
Agaiby has over ten years' experience in a variety of technologies including semiconductor manufacturing, solar cells and flexible electronics. At FlexEnable Agaiby leads the work on integrating graphene and other 2D materials in their flexible electronics technology.
Prof. Frank Koppens
Group leader at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO)
Koppens is leading the graphene research on new devices such as wearable electronics and health devices that are flexible and transparent, as well as new types of cameras and sensors surpassing human capabilities.
Dr. Tapani Ryhänen
CEO and Co-Founder of
After heading a Business Line at Nokia Technologies, Ryhänen became the CEO and Co-Founder of Emberion Oy which is a spin-out from Nokia's R&D, based in Finland and UK. Emberion focuses on design and productisation of high-performance optoelectronics based on graphene. Member of the Graphene Flagship Scientific Advisory Council.
Andrea C. Ferrari
Director, Cambridge Graphene Centre; Science and Technology Officer and Chair of the
Management Panel, Graphene Flagship
Ferrari is Professor of Nanotechnology at the University of Cambridge. He is the Director of the Cambridge Graphene Centre and of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology. He is the Science and Technology Officer and Chair of the Management Panel of the European Graphene Flagship.
Gibbs is the Chief Executive Officer of
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc. He has over 20 years’ experience in high
technology and fast moving consumer goods businesses and has been immersed into
the graphene and nano world for 5 years. An accomplished international speaker
now seen at many Graphene conferences, Ray offers a rare insight into industry
and the ability to make the bridge with the academic world.