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13 November 2022, University College Cork, Ireland
Join the RADICAL team in Cork for an interactive display of air quality sensors, materials science and electronic nose development as part of the Cork Science Festival ‘Celebrate Science’ Family Day 2022.
Celebrate Science is a free-to-attend family science day featuring a combination of science shows, workshops and drop-in table top activities.
17 October 2022, online
RADICAL Coordinator, Justin Holmes (UCC), and Stig Hellebust (UCC) are giving an invited seminar talk for the NCAR Atmospheric Chemistry Observations & Modeling (ACOM) group on 17 October 2022, online.
They will present an overview of RADICAL, and latest progress towards nanowire gas sensing, including initial NO2 detection results.
4-6 October 2022, Germany
RADICAL researchers from UCC and HZDR are presenting a range of talks and posters on the latest project results at the NanoNet+ Workshop, hosted by HZDR.
The Nanonet+ annual workshop brings together materials and nanoelectronics researchers to focus on the latest in 2D materials and ultra-high doped semiconductors for electronic, photonics and sensing applications.
19-23 September 2022, Leuven, Belgium
Join RADICAL researcher, Dr Muhammad Bilal Khan (HZDR), as he presents the latest results on the RADICAL sensor fabrication at the MNE EUROSENSORS 2022 conference.
His presentation is entitled: “Towards Atmospheric Radical Sensing: Fabrication of Junctionless Transistors”.
19-22 September 2022, Warsaw, Poland
Join RADICAL researcher, Professor Yordan Georgiev (HZDR), as he presents the latest results on fabricating semiconductor nanowire devices, in particular for sensing applications such as atmospheric radicals.
His invited talk is entitled “Group IV Nanowires: A versatile toolbox for nano- and optoelectronic devices”.
10-15 September 2022, Manchester, UK and online
Join RADICAL researcher and atmospheric chemist, Dr Adrien Gandolfo (University College Cork), as he presents a poster on the latest results on the electrical detection of atmospheric radicals.
iCACGP/IGAC is the leading global atmospheric chemistry conference, attracting approximately 600 international scientists, industry leaders, and early career researchers from around the world, including many leading funding agencies.
4-9 September 2022, Regensburg, Germany
Join RADICAL researcher Sayantan Ghosh (HZDR) as he presents an overview of “Fabrication and Electrical Characterisation of Silicon Junctionless Nanowire Transistors for Detection of Atmospheric Radicals and Other Gases”.
14-15 July 2022, York, United Kingdom
Join the RADICAL team as they present the latest RADICAL project results at the Royal Society of Chemistry’s #EnvChem2022 conference.
#EnvChem2022 provides a forum for early career and established researchers working in environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology to share their latest research findings.
The 2022 conference themes include Novel Techniques and Atmospheric Chemistry, in a hybrid conference format.
5-8 July 2022, Thessaloniki, Greece
Join RADICAL researcher, Prof. Leonidas Tsetseris (National Technical University of Athens), as he presents the latest results on the RADICAL sensor design at the 2022 NANOTEXNOLOGY – NN22 conference.
His invited talk, entitled “First-principles studies on advanced electronic materials”, will take place at 17:00 Greek local time.
26 June – 1 July 2022, Varna, Bulgaria
Join RADICAL researchers Prof. Yordan Georgiev and Dr Bilal Khan (HZDR) as they present an overview of Nanowires: Fabrication, Characterization and Applications, and in particular, the use of Si Junctionless Nanowire Transistors (JNTs) for sensing applications.
This meeting brings together physicists, chemists, material and electronic engineers from universities, research institutions and industry who are involved in various studies and applications of electron beam equipment and technologies.
11-13 May 2022, Pasadena, California
Join the RADICAL project coordinator Prof. Justin Holmes (UCC) as he presents an overview of the project aims and progress thus far, as part of the session on Innovative Sensor Technologies.
ASIC will bring together stakeholders from academia, government, communities, and commercial interests to promote and advance air pollution sensors, improve the data quality from these sensors, expand the pollutants measured, and foster community involvement in monitoring air quality.
1-2 March 2022, online
Join RADICAL PhD researcher Sayantan Ghosh (HZDR) as he presents his #RSCPoster on building a JNT-based electronic sensor to detect atmospheric radicals.
#RSCPoster is a global Twitter poster conference, held entirely online over the course of 24 hours. The event brings together the global chemistry community to network with colleagues across the world and at every career stage, share their research and engage in scientific debate.
Follow through Sayantan’s Twitter handle: @SGhosh_21.
Find Sayantan’s poster on our RADICAL data repository.
19 October 2021
Join RADICAL researcher Sayantan Ghosh (HZDR) as he presents the latest results on fabrication the RADICAL nanowire sensor.
The aim of this seminar series is to continue with the purpose of the European Biosensor Symposium, held in March 2021, to allow especially junior researchers to present their research, exchange ideas and build networks.
15 October 2021, at 13:00-14:00 Irish time, online
Join RADICAL atmospheric chemists for this free public talk about Cork’s air quality.
Learn about the local sources & hazards of air pollution, how to track Cork’s air quality in real-time, and the UCC projects that are focused on better understand and protecting our air quality.
28 September 2021, at 11:45 Greek time, online
Join RADICAL researcher, Dimitrios Kaltsas (National Technical University of Athens), as he presents the latest results on the RADICAL sensor design at the 35th Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and Materials Science.
His paper is entitled: “Atomistic modelling on the detection of gas-phase radicals by functionalized silicon nanowires”.
21-23 September 2021, in Neuklingenberg, Germany
Join RADICAL researcher, Sayantan Ghosh (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, HZDR), as he presents the latest results on the RADICAL sensor fabrication at the NanoNet+ Annual Workshop 2021).
His paper is entitled: “Fabrication and Initial Electrical Characterisation of Silicon Junctionless Nanowire Transistors for Gas Sensing”.
12-14 September 2021, online
RADICAL partner, Smartcom Bulgaria AD, will present their latest results on the RADICAL sensor design, in a paper entitled: “COMSOL Model of a Three-Gate Junctionless Transistor”.
Their paper will be presented at the MIEL 2021 conference session on “Device Physics and Characterization”.
Proceedings to follow in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
7 July 2021, at 14:30 Greek time, online
Join RADICAL researcher, Dimitrios Kaltsas (National Technical University of Athens), as he presents the latest results on the RADICAL sensor design at the 18th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN21).
His paper is entitled: “Atomistic studies on the detection of atmospheric radicals by functionalized silicon nanowires”.
24-26 June 2021, online
RADICAL partner, Smartcom Bulgaria AD, will present their latest results on the RADICAL sensor design, in a paper entitled: “Study of Nanowire Characteristics of a Junctionless Transistor Depending on the Gate Length”.
Their paper will be presented at the MIXDES 2021 conference session on “Analysis and Modelling of ICs and Microsystems”.
Proceedings to follow in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
16 June 2021, online
Join RADICAL researcher, Vaishali Vardhan, as she presents an overview of “Electrical Detection of Atmospheric Radicals” at Environ 2021.
Environ is the longest running and largest forum for environmental researchers in Ireland. This year’s conference, the 31st Irish Environmental Researchers Colloquium, is a collaboration between the Environmental Sciences Association of Ireland (ESAI) and the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) at University College Cork.
21 April 2021, at 08.00 – 10.00 Irish Standard Time, online
Join the RADICAL project coordinator and project manager at this matchmaking event for FET projects focused on materials for energy and the environment.
The mission of FET BRIEFING is to bridge the FET innovation gap by bringing together business stakeholders and researchers to explore together the innovation potential of their research.
13 April 2021, at 10.00 – 13.30 Irish Standard Time, online
Join the RADICAL project coordinator, Justin Holmes, at this webinar for EIC Pathfinder and Transition proposals. Justin will speak about his two EIC pathfinder projects, RADICAL and TRANSLATE, and the journey from proposal to successful funding.
The European Innovation Council (EIC) has a mission to identify, develop and scale up breakthrough technologies and disruptive innovations.