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Danish Nanotech Pioneer moves to Silicon Valley

Posted on September 28, 2006

Innovation Center Denmark and Atomistix A/S invite you to the Atomistix housewarming at their new Silicon Valley location.

Atomistix is a leading provider of software solutions for development of nanotechnology. As the first company of its kind, Atomistix has pioneered a system of integrated software modules based on quantum theory - the Atomistix Virtual NanoLab - that accurately calculates properties associated with electron distribution and transport, and simulates experiments with integrated nanoscale systems. The software is a unique tool to understand, predict and visualize electronic processes in atomic and molecular structures. The software offers competitive advantages to nanotechnology scientists and engineers by developing materials and designing products with radically new properties and functions.

Atomistix is employing world leading experts in the field, and is now offering its expertise in atomic scale modeling to companies in the Silicon Valley.

Housewarming reception:

Thursday September 28, 2006
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
at Innovation Center Denmark
200 Page Mill Rd, Suite 100, Palo Alto

5:30 - 5:45 Introductions
5:45 - 6:00 Challenges in modeling of nanoscale systems by Kurt Stokbro, PhD, Co-founder and Executive VP Business Development
6:00 - 6:15 The fast growing market for atomic scale modeling software by Thomas Magnussen, PhD, Co-founder and CEO
6:15 - 6:30 Questions
6:30 - 7:30 Network, hors d'oeuvres & wine

Come join a select group of people to make this a welcoming evening while enjoying a nice glass of wine and great food. The three-year old company has R & D and competence centers in Copenhagen and Singapore in cooperation with local scientific institutions and recently opened a local office at Innovation Center Denmark in Palo Alto.

Help us welcome Atomistix to Silicon Valley and learn about the exciting challenges and opportunities in nanotechnology.

Please rsvp:
signup@innovationcenterdenmark.com

Speakers:

Challenges in modeling of nanoscale systems
Kurt Stokbro, PhD
Co-founder and Executive VP Business Development
Dr. Stokbro has published more than 50 papers and review articles in international journals, held a large number of lectures as invited speaker and organized 3 international conferences in nanoscience. The TranSIESTA method, developed by Dr. Stokbro and co-workers, has become the de facto standard for electron transport calculations and laid the foundation for Atomistix A/S. He also serves as associate professor Copenhagen University.

The fast growing market for atomic scale modeling software
Thomas Magnussen, PhD
Co-founder and CEO
Serial successful entrepreneur with corporate management experience from leading companies with up to 200 employees and $100 million turnover. Acquired his basic business experience at IBM and NCR. Thomas Magnussen's career has been international, developing business activities in North America, Europe and the Asian/Pacific region. He supplemented his PhD with an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

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Contact:
Mette McCall
mhjermind@sbcglobal.net

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