Swiss NanoConvention

Dr. Peter Wick represented contactpointnano and Empa at the Swiss NanoConvention in Neuchâtel (June 15-16, 2023). This year, the topics included nanoimaging, advanced manufacturing at nanoscale, smart nanomaterials, Quantum technologies, nanophotonics and nano-optics, as well as nanotechnology for Medtech. Next year, the Swiss Nano Convention will take place in Basel (June 4-5, 2024).

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