The High Value Manufacturing (HVM) Conference Series was founded in 2002, after a market research report led to an early definition of high value manufacturing. An upcoming edition of the conference, to take place on November 5, 2013 in Cambridge, will focus on graphene.
The HVM & Graphene Conference is anchored to the large end markets such as materials, electronics, photonics, energy and biotech and tries to connect these & related markets with graphene & related functional materials, technologies & processes.
Speakers/panellists/participants include Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester, Imperial College, Birmingham, TCD, & Lancaster Universities, Plastic Logic, Applied Nanolayers, Cambridge Graphene Platform, Cambridge Nanosystems, Novalia, Conductive InkJet, AtomJet, Head tbc, Nokia Research, Aixtron, Future Materials Group tbc, KPMG, Heraeus Noblelight, the IfM and the National Graphene Institute.
Pricing: for students & startups £100. Academics, investors and government £195. Part or full-time execs £325.