ESONN'2022 Programme

 
 
 
 

Our 2-week course combines
 

> Lectures ON SITE & ONLINE

> Seminars ON SITE

> Practicals in GRENOBLE

> Poster session

> Social programme

> NB: about University credits (ECTS)

SEE and DOWNLOAD ESONN'2022 SCHEDULE/PLANNING

WEEK 1 PROGRAMME.

LECTURES

 

Courses cover the fundamentals of selected areas chosen as important aspects of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies in Physics, Biology or Chemistry.


Each lecture course consisting of 2 or 3 slots, will be given in English and delivered by scientists from European universities and research centers.

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ESONN'2022 LECTURERS are presented HERE

 

 

PARTICIPANTS PRESENTATION *

On Wednesday 31 August, 2022


Me, My project, My dream: All participants along with ESONN Organising Committee members will present two slides introducing freely who they are, their background and their research activity.

POSTER SESSION*

On Wednesday 31 August, 2022

Poster session: Participants also bring a poster on their current research work. They will present it during a poster session and discuss their work with other attendees, ESONN lecturers and organizing committee members during an informal meeting

WEEK 2 PROGRAMME

SEMINARS

The following seminars will be held in Grenoble (place to be confirmed) after days of practical work, from 17:30 to 18:30:

 

SESSION A

5 September, 2022

"Spins in silicon quatum dots"

Michele FILIPONNE, CEA
6 September, 2022

"Optical control of individual spins in quantum dots"

Lucien BESOMBES, CNRS-Institut Néel

SESSION B

5 September, 2022

"Nanoparticles in radiotherapy"
Lucie SANCEY, CNRS

6 September, 2022

"Bridging the molecular and macroscopic scale with a surface force apparatus"

Benjamin CROSS, UGA

PRACTICALS in Grenoble.

From 5 September to 9 September, 2022.

 

Significant part of the formation is devoted to practicals, which are held in clean-room facilities at the Inter-university Centre for MicroElectronics (CIME - Grenoble) and in different research laboratories of the scientific Polygon in Grenoble.

Praticals in clean-rooms facilities are devoted to the use of the basic tools for micro-fabrication and characterization of micro-objects (micro-circuits, micro-systems...).

The technologies which are more specific are adressed through laboratories works.

The lab practicals proposed by scientists and engineers are on their ongoing research activities at the leading edge of scientific and technological developments.
 

Find ESONN'2022 list of practicals HERE

 

SOCIAL PROGRAMME in Grenoble

  • Welcome official cocktail after the poster session on Wednesday 31 August

  • Round table with Raphaël LEVY on Saturday 3 Seotember will be organised in a nice place of Grenoble or around and followed by a touristic time. More information soon.

  • Farewell dinner in a restaurant on Friday 9 September

     

University CREDITS (ECTS)

Administratively, ESONN is organised by Univ. Grenoble Alpes. However, we do not not deliver an official university diploma, which would require a student registration with the University.
 

Nevertheless, ESONN'2022 is a two-week school, with more than 30h of lectures 

and more than 40h of practical works.

The participation at ESONN can be recognized as :

- for the format ONLINE: 4 ECTS by the University where the PhD participant is registered.

- for the ON SITE format: 6 ECTS by the University where the PhD participant is registered.

 

A certificate indicating the number of training hours can be delivered at the end of the course to participants attended all lectures and selected practicals, so that these credits can be obtained.



 

COMMON
SESSION A
SESSION B
From research to business with nanotechnologies - Testimonies / Vincent POHER, AVALUN, Biosynex Group
Spintronics / Sergio Valenzuela, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Barcelona
Nano-oncology / Barbara STELLA, University of Torino
Round Table / Raphaël LEVY, University of Sorbonne Paris Nord
Electronic transport in low dimensional materials / Luis Hueso, CIC NanoGUNE, San Sebastian
Particle-based agents for cell tracking using imaging / Mangala Srinivas, Cenya Imaging, Amsterdam
Introduction to (nano) toxicology / Armelle Baeza, University of Paris
Technologies of nanofabrication / Guillermo Villanueva, EPFL, IMT, Lausanne
Nanostructured composite materials: from biological hard tissues to biomimetic and artificial systems / Elena Sturm, University of Munich
Self-assembly for nanotechnologies / Wesley Browne, University of Groningen
Nano-optics / Val Zwiller, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm & Single Quantum, Delft
Assessment of the toxicity of nanomaterials - A case study: TiO2 / Armelle Baeza, University of Paris
Near-field microscopies / Hans Hug, EMPA, Dübendorf & University of Basel
MOSFET physics and technology / Enrico Sangiorgi, University of Bologna
Introduction to nanomedicine / Hervé Hillaireau, University of Paris-Saclay
Quantum coherent transport and mesoscopic superconductivity / Elke Scheer, University of Konstanz
Mechanics of molecules and biological structures / Bart Hoogenboom, University College London
Advanced biophysics to study molecular systems / Ruud Hovius, EPFL, Lausanne & Joachim Piguet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm