INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON NANOTECHNOLOGY

 
 

 INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON NANOTECHNOLOGY

Europe's unique International Summer Schools on Nanotechnology (ISSON12) is taking place once again as part of the multi-faceted science event on NANOTEXNOLOGY 2012 at the I. Vellidis Congress Centre at the Helexpo – Thessaloniki International Fair facilities in Thessaloniki from 30 June-7 July 2012. 

This year's 6th International Summer School on Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies: ... is divided into three complementary parts: I. Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, II. Organic Electronics (supported by the Network of Excellence β€œFlexNet”) and III. Nanomedicine. 

This is a unique educational event in all of Europe since it will teach the latest developments in all fields of nanotechnology,” explains the Chairman of the Nanotexnology 2012 Organising Committee, Prof. Stergios Logothetidis. 

The attendants after the lectures and the exams will receive a certification for their attendance with the perspective to be used at their university to get ECTS credits”, explained the head of the Nanomedicine Summer School, Dr. Varvara Karagkiozaki. 

The lectures are addressed to undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as researchers, and all those that are interested in Nanotechnology. 

Every year we make sure that we have lecturers who are in the front line of nanoscience and research from around the world. We keep an eye on state of the art developments and that is why our teaching content is constantly being updated”, explained Dr. Karagkiozaki. 

Last year there were hundreds of attendees from 35 countries, from literally all over the world, which demonstrates that the International Summer School in Nanotechnology is at the cutting edge of global developments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 School I: NANOSCIENCES AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

- Principles 

Fabrication methods  

Theoretical approaches  

Nanomaterials  

Nanotubes 

Fullerenes 

Quantum dots  

Nanoscale characterisation

Optical properties  

Structural properties  

Surface and interface properties

- Applications 

Sensors  

Cutting tools  

Textiles  

Buildings

 School II Organic Electronics

- Materials 

Small molecule semiconductors  

Semiconducting polymers 

- Devices   

Electrodes 

Organic photovoltaic devices  

Light-emitting diodes  

Sharing results from the Organic Electronics sector  

Sensors  

Buildings  

Vacuum methods  

Solution Methods 

Organic electronic printing methods

 School III Nanomedicine

Nanobiotechnology  

Nanotools and Nanomaterials for biomedical applications  

Nanocarriers and strategies for their application in medicine  

Biosensors and bioelectronics in biomedicine  

In-vitro and in-vivo nanodiagnostics  

Regenerative medicine   

 Posters deadline

Posters deadline extended until 11 June 2012

 For more information

Please visit: http://www.nanotexnology.com

Looking forward to seeing you in Thessaloniki in July 2012!

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