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Tatiana Correia

Knowledge Transfer Manager, Nanotechnology

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As Knowledge Transfer Manager for Nanotechnology for KTN, Tatiana supports innovation and knowledge transfer across the nanoscale manufacturing community; dealing with instrumentation adoption, the characterisation of advanced materials and surfaces, nano-based sensors and energy harvesting technologies, online quality control and compliance with underpinning regulatory regimes. Tatiana is the author of several scientific papers and co-editor of the book Electrocaloric Materials: New Generation of Coolers. She is also the co-inventor of a ceramic material for energy storage at high temperatures, a project in which she led a consortium of academic and industry partners in the development of a capacitive product from TRL1 to TRL 7.

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