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UltraWire Open Day Workshop - First Ever Development of New Generation of Ultra Performance Copper Conductor

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Krzysztof Koziol.

UltraWire (Ultra Conductive Copper-Carbon Nanotube Wire) is the European Commission 7th Framework Programme (EC FP7 ) project (Grant Agreement No. 609057), with 14 partners from industry and academia that started on the 1st October 2013 and it will run until 30th September 2016 ( The aim of the project is to develop a copper nanocarbon composite with significantly improved overall properties, including electrical, thermal and mechanical performances over bulk copper using production process that will be scalable to large volume manufacture.

The Open Day is the first opportunity to learn about some of the EC FP7 UltraWire project results, meet project partners and project management. It would start with in-depth overview of the project and presentation of non-confidential results given by the Ultrawire program leader, Professor Krzysztof Koziol from Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge. This presentation would be followed by some other selected project related presentations related to H&S issues, modeling and exploitation and dissemination. Presentations from other European nano-carbon metal composite research projects are also invited. It is planned to start at 9.30am and finish at 5.00pm with an optional tour of laboratories before lunch.

Note: It is planned that all presentations would be followed by Q&A discussion. The organisers reserve the right to change the programme, speakers or venue should circumstances require.

If you intend to attend this event please contact Dr Krzysztof Koziol ( and Dr Bojan Boskovic ( to receive free of charge access ticket.

This talk is part of the ECNM Group, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy series.

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