Materic’s virtual, free Webinar Events aim to build community of
professionals in the electrospinning field and spur collaboration
January 7, 2022, Baltimore, MD – Materic, a custom designer and manufacturer of advanced materials, begins the third-quarter of its successful Electrospinning Web Series with a focus on “Electrospinning in Electronics and Sensors.”
Materic’s Q3 kicks off on Thursday, January 20 (11:00am-12:30pm ET) with a virtual panel discussion on the overall topic of “Electrospinning in Electronics and Sensors” with three subsequent follow up events every other week on related sub-topics described below.
Registration is now open for this virtual series. Register here.
Materic’s Electrospinning Web Series (with free registration) is a year-long set of virtual events featuring many of the world’s experts on electrospinning and its practical use cases in industry and advanced manufacturing. Materic’s Electrospinning Web Series series of events last year centered on “Scaleup and Industry Translation” and “Electrospinning in Medicine.”
For the next webinar series event on January 20, attendees will hear industry leaders Mike Pallotta, Eisuke Tzuyuzaki and Dr. James West discuss a broad overview of electrospinning applications to electronic and chemical sensors. In this panel discussion, attendees will learn about how nanofiber sensors can be fabricated, standardized, packaged, and integrated into final applications like wearables and biomonitoring technologies.
What: Materic Electrospinning Web Series
When: Q3 Kickoff Event – Electrospinning in Electronics and Sensors
Michael Pallotta, Head of Manufacturing, Materic
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Founder and Developer, Bayflex Solutions
Dr. James West, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
January 20 – 11:00am-12:30pm ET
Follow-up Events with expert panelists:
February 3 – Electronic Sensors, Speaker: Michael Pallotta, Head of Manufacturing, Materic (11:00am-12:00pm ET)
February 17 – Repeatability & Reliability, Speaker: Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Founder and Developer, Bayflex Solutions (11:00am-12:00pm ET)
March 3 – Wearables & Biomonitoring, Speaker: Dr. James West, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University (11:00am-12:00pm ET)
Information: Registration is now open for the Q3 Electrospinning Web Series
Based in Baltimore, MD, Materic custom designs and manufactures advanced materials. We apply our expertise in electrospinning, nanoparticle separation, textile treatments, 3D printing materials, specialty inks and microencapsulation to our own product lines as well as taking on custom manufacturing projects for our customers. Learn more: www.matericgroup.com