Our 2-week ONLINE course combines:
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.
The lectures will take place at the Maison des Magistères, Polygone Scientifique, Grenoble.
Near-field microscopies - H. Hug, University of Basel, Switzerland
Self-assembly for nanotechnologies - W. Browne, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
From research to business with nanotechnologies: Testimonies - O. Burchak, ENWIRES SAS & O. Cugat, G2Elab, Grenoble, France
LECTURES FOR SESSION A
Technologies of nanofabrication - G. Villanueva , EPFL, Lausanne, Switezrland
Quantum coherent transport and mesoscopic superconductivity - E. Scheer, University of Konstanz, Germany
Electronic transport in low dimensional materials - L. Hueso, CIC nanoGUNE, San Sebastian, Spain
Spintronics - S. Valenzuela , Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia (ICN2), Barcelona, Spain
MOSFET physics and technology - E. Sangiorgi, University of Bologna, Italy
Nano-optics - V. Zwiller , Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at TU Delft, The Netherlands
LECTURES FOR SESSION B
Advanced biophysics to study molecular systems - R. Hovius, EPFL and J. Piguet, EPFL & KTH, Stokholm, Sweden
Mechanics of molecules and biological structures - B. Hoogenboom, UCL and London Centre for Nanotechnology, England
Microfluidics for Lab-on-chips - M. Piel, Institut Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (IPGG), Paris, France
Nanoparticles for imaging and sensing in biology - R. Levy, University of Liverpool, England
Introduction to nanodrugs delivery - H. Hillaireau, University of Paris-Sud & Institut Galien, Paris, France
Assessment of the toxicity of nanomaterials - A. Baeza, University of Paris, Paris Sud, France
Nanostructured Composite Materials: From Biological Hard Tissues to Biomimetic and Artificial Systems - E. Sturm, University of Konstanz, Germany
The following seminars will be held online:
Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Sergey KUBATKIN, Quantum Device Physics Laboratory, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Plasma etching processes for nanotechnologies, Gilles CUNGE, LTM CNRS, Grenoble, France
Renaud DEMADRILLE, CEA-DIESE-SyMMES, Grenoble, France
Advanced function hydrogels and nanogels for soft robotics, bioelectronics and drug delivery - Rachel AUZELY, Prof.at UGA and CERMAV-CNRS, Grenoble, France.
Nanoscintillators: towards activation of deep-tissue photodynamic therapy upon X-rays irradiation - Anne-Laure BULIN, CRCN INSERM, Synchrotron Radiation for Biomedicine group UA7 INSERM - UGA, Grenoble, France
Cyril FAVARD, IRIM, CNRS, Montpellier, France
PRACTICALS - This year, due to the covid context, practicals will be organised online.
Half 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 to the , are adressed through laboratories works.
Practicals in laboratories provide experience on more specific nano-fabrication (e-beam lithography, innovative soft lithographies…). The lab practicals proposed by scientists and engineers are on their ongoing research activities at the leading edge of scientific and technological developments.
Me, My project, My dream: All participants along with ESONN Orgainising Committee members will present two slides introducing freely who they are, their background and their research activity.
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'2020 is a two week school, with ~70 hours of 'contact' hours (remotly) including: lectures (54h), tutorials and practicals (16), visits and group work. We estimate that following and preparing the course requires more than 30 hours of personal work, i.e. the total number of study hours is around 100h
Since one ECTS corresponds to 25 to 30h of work including personal work, this means that the full ESONN school can be recognized as 4 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.
(POSTER SESSION - not applicable in 2020)
Poster session: Participants also bring a poster on their current research work. They will present it during a poster session organized in the beginning of the school and discuss their work with other attendees, ESONN lecturers and organizing committee members during an informal meeting in the hall of the Maison des Magistères.
The posters are exhibited from the beginning to the end of ESONN.
SOCIAL PROGRAMME - not applicable in 2020
Welcome buffet dinner
Official opening cocktail
Touristic trip (Cité du chocolat at Tournon sur Rhône and visit of Pont en Royans)
Wine and cheese party