The Global Young Scientists Summit once again unites Millennium Technology Prize and Nobel Prize winners with some of the best young scientists from all over the world in late January. Technology Academy Finland sends five Finnish scientists to this high-level summit taking place in Singapore.
Doctor Tuomo Suntola has seen ALD develop from the first product demo in the 70s to crucial smartphone technology now found in everyone’s pockets.
Finnish technology makes computers smaller, brightens up jewellery and kills hospital bacteria. As the Millennium-winning ALD technology was originally developed in Finland, research in the field continues to prosper here.
Dr. Tuomo Suntola was awarded the one-million-euro technology prize in Finland in May 2018.
Our IT devices are smaller and smaller but more and more powerful. Watch the video to learn why.
2018 Millennium Technology Prize for Tuomo Suntola – Finnish physicist’s innovation enables manufacture and development of information technology products
Finnish physicist Tuomo Suntola’s innovative technology, atomic layer deposition (ALD), has made our lives with high efficiency smartphones, computers and social media possible. ALD technology also offers medical and sustainable energy applications. The President of the Republic of Finland Mr Sauli Niinistö presented the eighth Millennium Technology Prize in Helsinki on 22 May 2018.