August 28 - September 10, 2022
Lectures, seminars and practical work IN GRENOBLE, France
Session 2022 in Grenoble: Lectures, seminars, practical work in Grenoble, poster session, round table, social events, touristic day.
The programme is designed in two parallel sessions to highlight the fundamental and technological advances in two fields of research: SESSION A: in Nanoelectronics, SESSION B: for chemists and physicists working in synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials and interested in biological and medical applications.
Both sessions will run in parallel and will share common lectures and seminars, then, practical work, as interdisciplinary studies is a clear objective of the school.
Eligible applicants to this school are:
Students enrolled in a doctoral program of a university
Postdoctoral and junior scientists from academic or industrial laboratories
ESONN’2022 (19th edition) is a wo-week course aimed at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists coming from universities and laboratories all around the world and working in the fields of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies.
This 2022 edition of the school is comprised of academic lectures and seminars and also practical courses in Grenoble, all delivered by leading experts covering different aspects on elaboration, characterization and functionalities of nano-objects.
Significant part of the program is devoted to the laboratory courses, providing unique hands-on learning opportunities.
On a world-wide level, Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies constitute an important, fast growing field both in academia and industry, due to considerable potential of their applications for economic development.
In this context, the European School On Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ESONN) is promoted for advanced learning based on leading-edge research. In collaboration with European universities and research centers, we propose annually a 2-week program comprising both lectures and laboratory courses.
The aim of this training is to offer young researchers a structured view of the principles involved in the elaboration and in the functioning of nano-structures, nano-components and nano-machines.
At ESONN, students from various universities spend two weeks together, participating in an intensive and unique learning experience, thus forming long-lasting friendships that will promote their work beyond the PhD.
ESONN program is endowed with two key points.
The first one is interdisciplinarity, since research in Nanosciences demands a combination of various skills in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
The second point emphasises the role of laboratory courses. In general, summer schools do not address this issue of fundamental importance both for basic science and for applications. ESONN practicals provide a unique opportunity to address a complete set of aspects, such as nanofabrication, nano-elaboration, techniques of nano-measurements, nano-characterization and the physical principles behind them.
UGA, Université Grenoble Alpes
Grenoble INP-UGA, Institut d’ingénierie et de management
DIRECTION & COMMITTEES
DIRECTION OF THE SCHOOL
Mairbek CHSHIEV, UGA, Director
Liliana PREJBEANU, Grenoble INP-UGA, Associate Director
Dmitry ALDAKOV, CNRS
Anne-Laure BULIN, INSERM
Mairbek CHSHIEV, UGA
Aurélien GOURRIER, CNRS
Xavier JEHL, CEA
Gilles NOGUES, CNRS
Liliana PREJBEANU, Grenoble INP-UGA
Yoann ROUPIOZ, CNRS
Marianne WEIDENHAUPT, Grenoble INP-UGA
European School organising Office and contact
Clotilde BONHOURE EFFANTIN, UGA
Isabelle GAUVIN, UGA
Joseph GERMIANO, UGA
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Fabio BELTRAM, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy
Olivier BUISSON, Institut Néel - CNRS, Grenoble, France
Joël CIBERT, Institut Néel - CNRS, Grenoble, France
Hervé COURTOIS, Vice-President for Research and Innovation at Université Grenoble Alpes, France
Albert FERT, Unité mixte de physique CNRS/Thales, Université Paris Saclay, France - Physics Nobel Prize 2007
Gérard GHIBAUDO, IMEP-LAHC, Grenoble, France
Mir Wais HOSSEINI, Institut Le Bel, Strasbourg, France
Frank JÜLICHER, MPIPKS, Max-Planck-Institute, Dresden, Germany
Teun KLAPWIJK, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology, Netherland
Lars MONTELIUS, Prof Emer. Lund University, Sweden, Former DG of INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
Ole MOURITSEN, University of Copenhagen, Dpt of food science, Denmark
Philippe RENAUD, EPFL, Lausanne, Swiss
Philippe ROCHE, ST Microelectronics, Crolles, France
James ROTHMAN, Yale School of Medicine, Yale, US
Clément SANCHEZ, Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée, Sorbonne Université, Paris, France
Elke SCHEER, Fachbereich Physik, Univ. Konstanz, Germany
Sebastian VIEIRA, Laboratorio de Bajas Temperaturas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
David WILLIAMS, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Cavendish Laboratory, UK
The first session of ESONN was organised in 2004 with Bertrand Fourcade and Catherine Dubourdieu as school directors.