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Stephan ROCHE

SESSION A
Spin Physics and Spintronic in van der Waals Heterostructures: From Fundamentals to Applications

ICREA Research Professor and Leader of the Theoretical and Computational Nanoscience group at the Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia (ICN2). Technology & Engineering. Barcelona, Spain.

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Bart Jan RAVOO

COMMON

Prof. Bart Jan Ravoo. University of Münster, Germany Organic Chemistry Institute

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Clemens WINKELMANN

SESSION A
Quantum electronic transport

 

Associate Professor of Physics at Université Grenoble Alpes / Grenoble INP. Research laboratory at Institut Néel/CNRS and PHELIQS/CEA.

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Bart HOOGENBOOM

SESSION B

Mechanics of molecules and biological structures
 

Professor of Biophysics at University College London. Reader at the Department of Physics and Astronomy (UCL) and  the London Centre for Nanotechnology, where he is also lead scientist for its atomic force microscopy facilities, London, UK.

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​Ruud HOVIUS

SESSION B

Advanced biophysics to study molecular systems

 

Senior scientist at the Laboratory of Protein Engineering (LIP) of the  Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
 

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Johann CORAUX

SESSION A

A journey through some of the physical properties of 2D materials

 

CNRS senior researcher at Institut Néel, Grenoble, France, physics of two-dimensional condensed matter systems.

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Hans HUG

COMMON

Near-field microscopies

 

Titular professor of Physics
Department of Physics
University of Basel & Head of Laboratory for Nanoscale Materials Science Empa - Materials Science & Technology, Dübendorf, Switzerland.

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Barbara STELLA

SESSION B

Nano-oncology


Researcher of Application Technological Pharmacy at the Department of Drug Science and Technology, University of Turin, Italy.

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Raphael LEVY

COMMON
Workshop

 

Professor of Physics at Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, FR.

Nanoparticles, their structure, and applications, in particular for biological imaging.

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Joachim PIGUET

SESSION B

Advanced biophysics to study molecular systems

 

Laboratoire de chimie physique des polymères et membranes, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Experimental Biomolecular Physics KTH, Stockholm, Sweden.

Cyrill BUSSY

SESSION B
Nanotoxicology

Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Nanotechnology in Medicine, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Biology Medicine and Health, The University of Manchester.

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Elena STURM

SESSION B

Nanocomposite Materials: From Biological and Biomimetic Materials to Artificial Systems

Prof. Dr. at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Sektion Kristallographie Nanostructured mineral-based materials.

Sangiorgi

Enrico SANGIORGI

SESSION A

MOSFET physics and technology

 

Professor, Vice Rector for Teaching and Education Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Bologne, Italy.

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Erving Clayton XIMENDES

SESSION B

Luminescence thermometry for biological applications

 

Assistant Professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Dr. Ximendes holds a Ph.D. in Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology.

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Val ZWILLER

SESSION A

Nano-optics

 

Professor at KTH Stockholm in Sweden, identifies the scientific opportunities and challenges for Single Quantum.

Group leader of the Optics lab in Quantum Transport, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at TU Delft, The Netherlands.

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Guillermo VILLANUEVA

SESSION A

Technologies of nanofabrication

 

SNSF-funded Assistant Professor (non TT) at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausane (EPFL), Switzerland, in the Microengineering Institute (IMT). EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

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Mangala SRINIVAS

SESSION B

Particle-based agents for cell tracking using imaging.

 

Professor, and Chair Group Leader (Dept Head)

Wageningen University & Research

Netherlands

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Giulia VERONESI

SESSION B

In cellulo transformation of metal-based nanomaterials for biomedical applications

 

CNRS Scientist at the Laboratory of Chemistry and Biology of Metals (LCBM), Grenoble

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Luca PLANAT

TESTIMONIES

 

CEO and cofounder of Silent Waves

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Nathanne RHOST

Workshop, Nano bubbles: how, when and why does science fail to correct itself?

 

Post-doctoral researcher in the ERC NanoBubbles Synergy Project (how, when and why does science fail to correct itself?), Université Sorbonne Paris Nord.

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