FINAL Programme

Monday 2 July Tuesday 3 July Wednesday 4 July Thursday 5 July
8.30–9.00 School Opening
9.00–10.30

Lucia Pasquato

Univ. Trieste - I

Nanofabrication with nanoparticles

Enzo di Fabrizio

IIT - I

Single Molecule Detection through Plasmonic Based Nanodevices

David Clarke

Harward  University - USA

Carbon Nanotube-based Electrodes for Energy Harvesting

Edoardo Bemporad

Univ. Roma 3 - I

Focused Ion-Beam and Nano- Mechanical Tests for Surface and Sub-surface Characterization

10.30–11.00

Break and Poster Session Break and Poster Session Break and Poster Session Break and Poster Session
11.00–12.30 Poster session

Carlo Jacoboni

Univ. MoRe - I

Transport modeling and simulation for nanostructures and nanodevices

Gerhard Goldbeck

Goldbeck Consulting Ltd. - GB

Modelling and Simulation: from nanoscale insight to economic impact

Alessandro Spinelli

Politecnico di Milano-I

Not all nano-devices are created equal: variabiliy and statistics in nanotechnology

12.30–14.00 Lunch Lunch Lunch School Closing
14.00–15.30 Wanda Andreoni
EPFL - Switzerland

Atomistic ab- initio simulations and their role in the nanoworld

Alam Ashraf

Purdue Univ. - USA

Understanding nano-biosensors: settling time and sensitivity

Alam Ashraf

Purdue Univ. - USA

Understanding nano biosensors: selectivity and dynamic range

15.30–16.00 Break and Poster Session Break and Poster Session Break and Poster session
16.00-17.30

Nicolò Manaresi

Silicon Biosystems - I

From your research idea to your own company: the case of Silicon Biosystems

Vittorio Pellegrini

NEST, CNR - I

Graphene: a disruptive technology revolution 

Guido Busca

Univ. Genova - I

Catalytic nanoparticles: characterization studies by IR spectroscopy methods