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Intensive Course Nanomaterials

Time: June 7, 2011 to June 10, 2011
Location: Hotel "Villa Excelsior"
Street: Reitlstrasse 20
City/Town: A-5640 Bad Gastein
Website or Map: http://www.nanoconsulting.de/…
Phone: ++49 7249 913332
Event Type: course, workshop
Organized By: Prof. Dr. Dieter Vollath, NanoConsulting
Latest Activity: May 28, 2011

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This course gives a broad overview on proper-ties and fabrication processes of nano-materials. Especially mechanical, optical, magnetic, and electric properties are taught. Phases, phase transformations, and related ühenomena as function of the particle size are discussed in detail. This is always done in view of technical applications. Therefore, ex-amples, such as nanofluids, superparamagnet-ic cooling, self-cleaning surfaces, or nanomo-tors, introducing to the wide field of nano-technology are presented. Additionally, the criteria for economic successful technical applications will be explained. Each participant has the chance to ask questions important to his company.
Who should attend?
This course is directed to employees of small and medium sized companies, intending to im-prove their products by the application of nanomaterials or are determined to develop new ones based on nanomaterials. The second group to attend the course are new co-workers of companies, universities or research institutes who want to shorten the time to get the neces-sary knowledge on nanomaterials or those who want to broaden their knowledge in this group of materials.

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Comment by Kollol Aguan on December 30, 2010 at 4:39am
I would be happy to attend the course.

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