NET-Symposium on Nanotechnology Approaches, Nanomaterials and Thin Films for Energy Technologies

Chair: Vasco Teixeira, University of Minho, Portugal

Co-chair: Bin Zhu, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

Co-chair: Jordi Andreu, T Solar S.A., Spain



Symposium to be held during NanoSMat2008 in Barcelona-Spain, 21-24 October 2008
Extended Abstract deadline: 25 July 2008

http://www.nanosmat2008.org

http://vteixeira.com.sapo.pt/Nanomaterials_for_Energy_Technologies2...



Papers presented at NET / NanoSMat-2008 will be selected to publish in special issues of peer-reviewed journals:

-Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (American Scientific Publishers)

-Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine (Elsevier) Surface Engineering





Confirmed invited speakers for NET Symposium



-“Hydrogen Storage Research and Nanotechnology Approaches in EC-funded Projects”, Constantina Filiou, Pietro Moretto, et al.,European Commission, Joint Research Centre, The Netherlands

-"Thin film solar cell technology in Germany", Wolfgang Diehl, Volker Sittinger, Bernd Szyszka,Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST, Germany

-"Thin film nano solar cells - from device optimization to upscaling", Peter Lund, Minna Toivola, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

-"Nanomaterials and Thin Solid Films for Advanced Window Applications", Panayiotis Yianoulis, University of Patras, Greece

-"Industrial process for a-Si thin film solar cells fabrication", Jordi Andreu, T Solar S.A., Spain

-"Nanoscale Materials and Thin Coatings Architectures for Energy Applications", Joaquim Carneiro, V. Teixeira, University of Minho, Portugal

-"From Amorphous to Nanocrystalline Silicon: a nanoestructured path for thin film solar cells", Hugo Águas, Sergej Filonovich, Iwona Bernacka-Wojcik, Elvira Fortunato and Rodrigo Martins, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

-"Carbon based electrodes for energy applications", Enric Bertran, Barcelona University, Spain

-“Nanotech for water purification”, Ilka Gehrke, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany



please check previous 2007 NET invited speakers at:

http://vteixeira.com.sapo.pt/Nanomaterials_for_Energy_Technologies.htm


Symposium Organizer contact:



Prof. Vasco Teixeira

Editor-in-chief: Journal of Nano Research, JNanoR

http://www.jnanor.com/

University of Minho

Physics Department

Campus de Azurém

P-4800-058 Guimarães- PORTUGAL

phone: +351 - 253 510400/65

fax: +351 - 253 510 401

email: vasco@fisica.uminho.pt

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