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Molecular Plasmonics 2015 at IPHT Jena

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The meeting will focus on bioanalytical and nanophotonic applications of plasmonic effects at nanoscale metal structures, utilizing the phenomenon of localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR). This includes e.g. phenomenon occuring at molecular components due to local field enhancement effects, interactions with fluorescent…See More
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Molecular Plasmonics 2014: DNA-based Functional Materials, May 15.-17. 2014, Jena Germany

International Symposium Molecular Plasmonics 2014: DNA-based Functional Materials, May 15.-17. 2014, Jena GermanyThe meeting focuses on the use of DNA for novel functional units and materials. DNA presents a promising material for the realization of new and unique functional units and materials with unique properties, which will be the main theme for this meeting. Especially the emergence of novel DNA superstructures and their potential for new functionalities will be discussed, as well as…See More
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Molecular Plasmonics 2013 at Institute of Photonic Technology, IPHT Jena

May 23, 2013 to May 25, 2013
The meeting will focus on bioanalytical and nanophotonic applications of plasmonic effects at nanoscale metal structures, utilizing the phenomenon of localized surface plasmon resoance (LSPR). This includes e.g. phenomenon occuring at molecular components due to local field enhancement effects, interactions with fluorescent dyes, sub-wavelength apertures as well as comparisons of simulations with experimental results.See More
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Molecular Plasmonics 2013 at Institute of Photonic Technology, IPHT Jena

May 23, 2013 to May 25, 2013
The meeting will focus on bioanalytical and nanophotonic applications of plasmonic effects at nanoscale metal structures, utilizing the phenomenon of localized surface plasmon resoance (LSPR). This includes e.g. phenomenon occuring at molecular components due to local field enhancement effects, interactions with fluorescent dyes, sub-wavelength apertures as well as comparisons of simulations with experimental results.See More
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Molecular Plasmonics 2014: DNA-based Functional Materials, May 15.-17. 2014, Jena Germany

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International Symposium Molecular Plasmonics 2014: DNA-based Functional Materials, May 15.-17. 2014, Jena Germany

The meeting focuses on the use of DNA for novel functional units and materials. DNA presents a promising material for the realization of new and unique functional units and materials with unique properties, which will be the main theme for this meeting. Especially the emergence of novel DNA superstructures…

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Molecular Plasmonics 2011 in Jena, Germany

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International Symposium Molecular Plasmonics 2011 in Jena, Germany, 19.-21.th May 2011

 

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http://mtin.de/DNA/molplasmon11/index.html

 

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Plasmonic effects based on localized (or particle) surface plasmon resonance and directed towards molecules and molecular conjugates represent an emerging field between nanooptics and life sciences with a great potential for applications especially…

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At 7:28am on June 26, 2008,
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Dear Andrea,
we are organising High-Tech Events in the field of Nanotechnolgoy.
Actual Events:
NANOSENS 2008 - Nanosensors in Biology &Medicine, 29-30 September 2008, Vienna, Austria www.nanosens.at
BioNanoMed 2009, 26-27 January 2009, Krems Austria www.bionanomed.at
perhaps interesting for you or colleguas of you.
Best Regards
Margit
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welcome to the nanoscience network

use the forum, chat... write your blog... search for new friends, partners... invite your colleges, students friends to our network... upload your nanophoto, video...

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