Building off of the momentum of past successful conferences, Golden Networking brings Wearable Computing Conference 2013 New York City (www.wearable-computing-conference.com), "Revolutionizing the Human Experience Through Next-Generation Technology", November 7.
New York City, NY, USA (November 1, 2013) -- "Bulky form factor, poor battery life, and questionable utility hobble today's smart watches," said Cosmin Laslau, a mobile analyst from Lux Research, and speaker at Golden Networking's Wearable Computing Conference 2013 (http://www.wearable-computing-conference.com), "Revolutionizing the Human Experience Through Next-Generation Technology", to be held in New York City, on November 7.
"Samsung has worked quickly to plant its stake in the ground with the Galaxy Gear, beating rivals like Apple and Google to market, but this first generation product hasn't cracked the smartwatch code," said Mr. Laslau, an expert who evaluates the development and application of innovative energy storage technologies, through extensive primary and secondary research. Some representative topics include lithium-ion batteries, supercapacitors, hybrid and electric vehicles, fuel cells and energy harvesting. Additionally, Mr. Laslau helps address client questions regarding mobility and portable energy, on topics ranging from key players, emerging technologies and market strategies. He has spoken at various technology and scientific conferences, on topics such as advanced materials, chemistry, and device applications.
Prior to joining Lux Research, Mr. Laslau worked as a sales engineer for a nanomaterials startup - Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials - where he consulted with industrial and academic clients, advising on material selection including carbon nanotubes and metal nanopowders.
Mr. Laslau obtained his Ph.D. in polymer chemistry from the University of Auckland, specializing in conducting polymers and scanned probe microscopy, and has authored 20 scientific publications and reviews. He also holds a M.Sc. in polymer chemistry from the University of Auckland, and a B.A.Sc. in nanoengineering from the University of Toronto. During the course of these stints, Mr. Laslau also completed internships in Sweden and Germany, and received awards for academic excellence.
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