Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd organised, the UltraWire Workshop 2020 on 2nd July 2020 in order to support commercialisation of nano-carbon wire technology and development of nano-carbon materials and metal composites for a number of applications such as electrical energy transmission and transport, by bringing together technology development leaders and industrial end-users.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this workshop was rescheduled to be online.
Participants who attended this workshop, came from leading organisations such as: Whirlpool Corporation, Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI), MBDA, Coatema Coating Machinery, Argonne National Laboratory, SH Wire, Prysmian Group, DZP Technologies, Haydale Composites Solutions, European Copper Institute, SENERGY, Q5D, Furukawa Electric Institute of Technology Ltd, UltraConductive Copper Company Inc., TWI, TMBK Partners Sp. z o.o, Graphene Laboratories, Inc., Nanoscience Centre- University of Cambridge and Brunel Composites Centre.
More information on the UltraWire Workshop 2020 you can read at workshops dedicated page,