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SSW & MAL to tell success stories of nanotechnology
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Oct '07
Surface Science Western(SSW)is the leader in providing surface and materials analysis to industry for helping its clients in R&D and quality production in Canada.

Materials Analysis Laboratory (MAL) of HKSTP positions itself with a similar vision and mandate. In this seminar, the senior managers of SSW and MAL, together with Professor KW Wong of CUHK, will speak about their recent success stories of applying their experience in surface analysis and nanotechnology to solve practical problems from frontier research to frontline production.

Date: 11 October, 2007 (Thu)
Time: 2:30pm - 4:45pm
Venue: Meeting Room 8, 1/F Building 9, No.5 Science Park West Ave, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, N.T
Fee: Free of Charge (Limited Seats, first-come-first-served)
• Audience: Academics, technology managers and engineers

Ross DAVIDSON is GM of SSW. He has over 20 years of experience in managing the best one-stop problem-solving surface/materials analysis service provider in Canada.

His team output 1000 confidential analysis reports to 200 manufacturing companies in 2006, solving both problems stopping a production line and issues of product development. He is also the best SEM expert in SSW.

Silas HUNG is Manager of MAL of HKSTP. He has over 20 years on the characterization of photonics, magnetic and electronic devices and materials, and had worked for National Semiconductor (HK) Ltd Everex System (HK) Ltd and Material Characterization and Preparation Facilities (MCPF) of HKUST prior to managing MAL. He has published some 30 articles in materials research and is member of HKIE.


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