NanoSpain 2016
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Lorenzo Albertazzi (Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), Spain)
Nanoscopy for Nanomedicine: looking at nanomaterials one molecule at a time
Julio A. Alonso (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain)
Adsorption and storage of hydrogen in porous and layered materials
Fabienne Barroso (DIPC, Spain)
Extreme 2D-confinement of polymers in graphene-based materials
Ofra Benny (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Targeting Tumors with Solidified Polymer Micelles
Dario Bercioux (DIPC, Spain)
Mode splitting in zigzag carbon nanotubes
Francesco Bonaccorso (ITT Graphene Labs, Italy)
Graphene, other 2D crystals and hybrid superstructures for energy and (opto)electronic applications
Paolo Bondavalli (THALES Research and Technology, France)
Nanomaterials for different applications: sensing, energy storage and memories
Alba Centeno (Graphenea, Spain)
Graphene status and needs for industry integration
Jean-Christophe Charlier (University of Louvain, Belgium)
Electronic transport in 1D atomic carbon chains and in 2D conjugated polymer networks
Patrick Chaskiel (Université Paul Sabatier, France)
From “beneficial properties” to the “benefits” of nanos : a social process
Juan Carlos Cuevas (UAM, Spain)
Near-field radiative heat transfer at the nanoscale
Jean-Olivier Durand (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier - CNRS, France)
Mesoporous silica, periodic mesoporous organosilica, and mesoporous silicon nanoparticles for drug delivery and two-photon Photodynamic Therapy
Pedro Miguel Echenique (DIPC, Spain)
Surface attophysics
Klaus Ensslin (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Mesoscopic thermodynamics in nanostructures
Jordi Faraudo (ICMAB-CSIC, Spain)
Self-assembly of organic molecules onto surfaces: computer simulations
Gianluca Farinola (Università degli Studi di Bari "Aldo Moro", Italy)
Smart nanomaterials built up from functional organic molecules and photosynthetic microorganisms
Paulo Ferreira (The University of Texas at Austin, USA)
The Science of the Small: Understanding the Coalescence of Nanoparticles by Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy
Antonio Garcia-Martin (IMM-CSIC, Spain)
Sensing Performance of Hybrid Magnetoplasmonic Nanohole Arrays
Julio Gomez (UAM, Spain)
Mechanical properties of fluctuating graphene
Julio Gomez (Avanzare, Spain)
Bulk graphene preparation for energy and composites applications
Pedro Gomez-Romero (ICN2, Spain)
Spicing Graphene with electroactive inorganic compounds: Graphene hybrid nanocomposites for energy storage
Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE and IKERBASQUE, Spain)
Nanoimaging and manipulation of polaritons in graphene and boron nitride
Frank Koppens (ICREA/ICFO, Spain)
Photons, Plasmons and Electrons meet in 2d materials
Lise-Marie Lacroix (LPCNO - UPS, France)
Nanoparticles with optimized properties : from chemical synthesis to assembly A bottom-up approach for nanostructured materials
Cesar Merino (Grupo Antolin, Spain)
Large scale conversion of helical-ribbon carbon nanofibres to graphene related materials
Arben Merkoçi (ICREA/ICN2, Spain)
Diagnostic devices using graphene and other nanomaterials
José María Navas Antón (INIA, Spain)
Graphene interaction with cellular structures and potentiating action on environmental pollutants effects
Alain Pénicaud (Université Bordeaux, France)
Additive Free, Single Layer Graphene in Water
Jose Ignacio Pascual (CIC nanoGUNE, Spain)
Single-molecule spintrometry: measuring and tuning the spin states of a molecule with STM
Andrew J. Pollard (National Physical Laboratory, UK)
Metrology for Graphene and 2-D Materials: Characterisation and Standardisation for an Emerging Industry
Danny Porath (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
The Quest for Charge Transport in single Adsorbed Long DNA-Based Molecules
Enrico Sabbioni (CeSI, G. d’Annunzio University Foundation, Italy)
Nanotoxicology for safe development of nanomaterials: light and shadows
Sascha Sadewasser (INL, Portugal)
INL next decade - a general perspective and a specific look at INL’s energy research
Lars Samuelson (Lund University, Sweden)
From basic Nanowire research to real-world applications
María Varela del Arco (Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Aberration corrected views into the nano-world
Mercedes Vila (ctechnano, Spain)
Atomic layer deposition in biomedical applications
Helge Weman (CrayoNano AS, Norway)
Epitaxial growth of semiconductor nanostructures on graphene: Generic model and a potential first device application
Felix Zamora (UAM, Spain)
Conductive Coordination Polymers at the Nanoscale