We welcome you to the first AIMday Nano to bring together academic researchers and industry representatives in the field of nanotechnology, a field of science that seeks to design, characterize, produce and control materials, structures and devices on the nanometer scale.
For the second year in a row we arrange AIMday Math in Industry. The event is focused on engaging with industry to help solve problems with mathematical components, including pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, numerical analysis, system technology, automation and control, image analysis, machine learning and data analysis ....
Welcome to AIMday™ Imaging 2017, hosted by the University of Saskatchewan in collaboration with the University of Regina, Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Canadian Light Source. We look forward to welcoming companies, organizations and academic researchers to discuss specific industry challenges in the Imaging research arena.
For the tenth year running we arrange AIMday Materials to bring together academic researchers and industry representatives in the field of materials science. We hope that this year’s AIMday Materials will attract both new and former participants, and be just as successful in bringing understanding and new perspectives to industrial problems.
AIMday Industrial Digitalization aims to contribute to a deeper understanding and discuss new perspectives of the future of industry. We would like to gather companies that are new to Uppsala University, as well as former and current collaboration partners.