Cambridge UK July 2023 – TeraView, the pioneer and leader in terahertz
technology and solutions (https://teraview.com/), is pleased to announce that the
company will be attending multiple events across the globe during September.
TeraView’s battery measurement solutions will feature heavily during these events
which begin with the USA Battery Show in Detroit, Michigan, where TeraView will
be teaming up with our US partners AIS Gauging and the UK’s Advanced Propulsion
Centre. In the same week TeraView scientist Dr Faezeh Zarrin Khat will be
presenting a paper at the Faraday Institution Conference in Birmingham, UK, on
using terahertz techniques to measure anode coating thicknesses. This work is in
collaboration with UK company Echion Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of
niobium-based anode materials. The final event culminates in Montreal, Canada,
with TeraView exhibiting and presenting five scientific papers at the prestigious
IRMMW-THz conference. These events will give an ideal opportunity to discuss
TeraView’s world leading solutions for industrial applications.
Dr Phil Taday, Head of Applications at TeraView, commented “These events
keep TeraView at the forefront of terahertz solutions for industry. We are excited
to be able to present our latest scientific work at the Faraday Institution Conference
Andy Bell, TeraView’s VP Business Development in Automotive and High
Value Coating, commented “TeraView are proud to be a leading supplier in the
Global Battery Industry and are excited to discuss how these measurement
solutions can improve quality for Battery electrode manufacturers.”
Dr Don Arnone, TeraView’s CEO, commented “These events show that TeraView
are at the cutting edge of terahertz solutions in industry. This gives a fantastic
opportunity for customers to talk with our world leading scientists.”
Terahertz light lies between infra-red and microwaves, and as such has unique
properties which enables it to pass through objects and to transmit images and
compositional (spectroscopic) information that is ordinarily hidden. Terahertz is
non-destructive, safe and fast, making it the ideal inspection and imaging modality
for many applications across a range of industries.
TeraView has demonstrated the potential of terahertz technology in a number of
applications including the detection of faults and quality issues in semiconductors,
monitoring the quality of pharmaceutical drugs and high value coatings used in
automotive, aerospace and other industries.