The lectures are given in the Maison des Magistères, Polygone Scientifique, Grenoble.
Courses cover the fundamentals of selected fields that were chosen as being important aspects of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies in Physics, Biology or Chemistry. The session A is oriented towards nanoelectronics as all fields (magnetism, optics, mechanics…) could not be covered in 7 days.
Each course, consisting of 3 lectures of 1h45 each, will be taught in english and, usually, by a single person .
COMMON LECTURES - 9 X 1H45
Near-field microscopies - H. Hug, Basel
Technologies of nanofabrication - G. Villanueva , Lausanne
Self-assembly for nanotechnologies - L. De Cola, Karksruhe
From research to business with nanotechnologies - C.C. Rüling, Grenoble
LECTURES FOR SESSION A - 18 x 1H45
Mesoscopic transport - P. Samuelsson, Lünd
Spintronics - S. Valenzuela , Halle (not available)*
Nano-optics - V. Zwiller , Delft
MOSFET physics and technology - E. Sangiorgi, Bologna
Molecular electronics - L. Hueso, San Sebastian (not available)*
Single-electron effects - P. Delsing, Göteborg
LECTURES FOR SESSION B - 18 x 1H45
Mechanics of molecules and biological structures - B. Hoogenboom, London
Surface and molecular physico-chemistry - R. Richter, San Sebastian
Microfluidics for Lab-on-chips - S. Decroix, Paris
Advanced biophysics to study molecular systems - R. Hovius and J. Piguet, Lausanne
Nanoparticles for imaging and sensing in biology - R. Levy, Liverpool (no lecture available)
Drug delivery by nanoparticles - B. Heurtault, Strasbourg
*you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org