CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Participants are invited to submit abstracts for scientific communications (oral and poster) until 16 of September (Submission deadline).
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Our group (Information shared by Hadi Maghsoudiganjeh) discovered photon upconversion in nanoparticles for the first time. Here is the link of two of our papers:
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Now in its 7th year and firmly established as the UK’s only national sensors event, Sensors & Instrumentation returns to Hall 3 at the NEC Birmingham on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th September.
Last year’s show attracted over 3,000 visitors, a staggering 86% of which were responsible for purchasing or influenced purchasing decisions within their organisation. And with over 100 exhibitors dedicated to showcasing the latest products, technology…Continue
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Applications are invited for a fully funded Ph.D. studentship in Nanotechnology. Successful candidate will work on the research topic entitled, “Correlating the Toxicity of Zinc Oxide Nanowires with Life Cycle Changes in Physical and Chemical Properties”under the supervision of Dr Thierry Maffeis.
This scholarship is jointly funded by Swansea University and Université Grenoble-Alpes, with the successful candidate being supervised by Dr Thierry Maffeis.
The Swansea University…Continue
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A groundbreaking new procedure in single cell research has been achieved. For the first time it was possible to extract the content of living single cells via a nanosyringe. The nanosyringe can extract amounts of cell contents as small as a few pictolitres. This novel approach is possible thanks to the cooperation between ETH…Continue
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Within the project consortium "Lossless Photon management – Optical design for manufacture at different length scales" (NOLOSS) funded by the EU MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS, the consortium partners JCMwave, Berlin, Germany, and Abbe Center of Photonics, Jena, Germany offers a PhD position on
“Adaptive finite-element methods for nanophotonics simulations”.
Nanophotonics is one of the main branches of modern optics research. Using matter structured on length…
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