Invited talk with Professor Hiroshi Imahori

Next December 4 (Monday), BCMaterials will host a new guest talk. On this occasion, our invited  speaker will be Hiroshi Imahori, full professor of the Graduate School of Engineering and the Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences at Kyoto University (Japan).

The prestigious professor Imahori will focus in his talk on solutions to the problems for the long-term use of MEMS accelerometers that use gold components, derived from the low mechanical resistance of this metal.

The talk will be titled 'Dynamic Exciton: Fundamentals and Application', will take place in the auditorium of the Martina Casiano building (BCMaterials headquarters) and will begin at 11 in the morning.

Professor Imahori has built an extensive teaching and research curriculum, having published more than 360 research articles and 12 books. Furthermore, his presence has been requested at numerous international conferences and symposiums, in which he has accumulated more than 200 interventions as a guest speaker.

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