Free piezo webinars – dates for 2016
Introduction to piezo technology and new products
The webinars will introduce you to different areas of piezo technology. We offer webinars ranging from the basics of piezoelectricity, moving on to different types of actuators, the possibilities of custom designed piezos, piezo-based sensors and transducers and piezoelectric motors. This year, we are also introducing webinars focusing fully on specific new products. Cedric Goueffon, Global Sales Manager at Noliac, explains:
- We want to explain piezo technology to our customers as well as everyone interested in piezo, and we are looking forward to meet you online in 2016! With the webinars, more people can learn about the many possibilities of piezo-based applications. The webinars give us the opportunity to go into details in a different way than what is possible on the website. Another important feature of the webinars is the possibility for the participants to ask questions along the way. This applies to the webinars about piezo technology as well as the webinars about new products. The first product webinar will be about the new shear stacks XYZ on January 26 – so sign up now!
Free of charge
The webinars were a great success in 2014 and 2015, and we received very positive evaluations. Since we all share the interest of knowing more about piezo technology, we have decided to continue to offer the webinars free of charge.
A limit of 25 participants – so sign up now!
In order to be able to answer the questions posed during the webinars, we have set a limit of 25 participants for each course. Therefore, it is important that you sign up early to reserve your seat. It is equally important that you let us know if you can’t participate after all. If you are not able to attend, another participant from our waiting list can fill your seat.
Which time of day suits you?
The participants of our webinars are from all over the world, and therefore we have introduced the option of three different times. We will hold the webinars at either 11 am, 3 pm or 6 pm (Copenhagen time). When you sign up for the webinars, you should indicate your preferred time, and we will pick the time, which most participants prefer. You will be informed approximately 1 week before each webinar about the chosen time.