2009 Fine Particle Forum Award to Markku Rajala

Date: 2 November 2009
Source: Beneq Oy
The Fine Particle Forum of Finland has granted the 2009 Fine Particle Forum Award to Markku Rajala, the senior technology advisor of Beneq Oy.

The award was presented at the Fine Particle Forum Seminar on 27 October. Mr Rajala is one of the pioneers of the Finnish fine particle network, which connects academic and industrial experts working to advance aerosol, materials, and design knowledge in Finland, as well as internationally. As senior technology advisor, Mr Rajala has a key expert role, scaling up Beneq´s patented aerosol-based nHALO® and nAEROTM technologies for industrial solar power and other applications.

The Fine Particle Forum Seminar is supported by Culminatum Innovation, the European Social Fund, the Nanotechnology Cluster Program, UK Trade & Investment and the German-Finnish Chamber of Commerce.

Fine Particle Forum press release

For additional information please contact: Mr Sampo Ahonen, CEO, Beneq Oy M: + 358 40 520 1090, sampo.ahonen@beneq.com, www.beneq.com

Beneq Oy, based in Vantaa, Finland, is a supplier of industrial equipment and technology for global markets. Beneq is turning innovations into success by providing nanotechnology enabled functional coating applications for the cleantech and renewable energy fields, especially in glass, photovoltaics, and emerging thin films markets. Beneq’s solutions are based on Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and proprietary atmospheric nHALO® and nAEROTM aerosol coating technologies.

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