Innovative Resist Materials for Micro and Nano Structuring - An SME Perspective

Tarih: 05.05.2015
Yer: Kandilli Kampüs, AZ-19 13:00- 14:30


The creation and replication of micro and nano structures are key abilities to have an access to today's complex technologies. In this talk, the role and the importance of a customer-oriented SME in sustaining the product and knowledge life-cycles in high-tech branches are going to be discussed, referring to real cases which emerged during European FP7 R&D projects, mainly in the field of Nanoimprint Lithography (NIL).

About the Speaker:

Hakan Atasoy received his B.Sc. Degree in Chemistry from the Bogazici University in 2001. In 2003 he finished the joint M.Sc. Program in Polymer Science of the Free University, the Technical University, the Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of Potsdam. He worked as a research assistant for novel polymer and dendrimer synthesis at the Free University, Berlin in 2004 and in the Materials Science Department of ETH, Zürich, Switzerland. He worked until 2014 for the Micro Resist Technology GmbH, Berlin, Germany as an Innovation Assistant and R&D Scientist/Project Manager on micro and nano structuring materials. Hakan Atasoy offers project management support as an external consultant for ongoing scientific projects at different institutions in Turkey and in Europe. He is also a co-founder of the online platform TESSA – Turkish & European Scientists and Scholars Association (