SCHEDULE

Schedule overview

Schedule overview

  • 8 AM                         
  • 9 AM                         
  • 9:35 AM                         
  • 10:15 AM                         
  • 10:45 AM                         
  • 11:20 AM                         
  • 12 PM                         
  • 1:30 PM                         
  • 2:30 PM                         
  • 4 PM                         
  • 4:30 PM                         
  • 7 PM                         

Wednesday, April. 3

  • Registration
  • Prof. Michel Orrit:
    Fluorescence Enhancement of Single Molecules By Nanoparticles
  • Prof. Jeremy Baumberg:
    Molecular Optomechanics on Single Molecules
  • Break
  • Prof. Hagan Bayley:
    Protein pores as nanoreactors for single-molecule covalent chemistry
  • Prof. Michael Strano:
    Engineering the Nanoparticle Corona for Single Molecule Sensing at New Biological Interfaces
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Cultural Activity

Thursday, April. 4

  • Registration
  • Prof. Stefan Maier:
    Utilizing plasmonic hot electrons for bridging top-down and bottom-up nanofabrication and for sub-wavelength absorption imaging
  • Prof. Reuven Gordon:
    Nanoaperture Optical Tweezers for Single Biomolecule Studies
  • Break
  • Prof. Warwick Bowen:
    Coming soon
  • Prof. Christian Degen:
    Coming soon
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Afterwork

Friday, April. 5

  • Registration
  • Prof. Petra Schwille:
    Coming soon
  • Prof. Niek van Hulst:
    Tracking ultrafast single molecule dynamics
  • Break
  • Prof. Tim Liedl:
    Coming soon
  • Prof. Philip Kukura:
    Weighing single molecules with light
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        

The Plenary speeches will be held in the auditorium, all other activities are suspended during those sessions in order to enable all participants to attend. There will be several oral sessions during the afternoon on different topics. Those sessions will be held in smaller rooms and the participants can select the ones they want to attend depending on their topics of interest.

The detailed schedule will be published 2 weeks before the conference.

CONFERENCE AWARDS

The journal Sensors (MDPI) is pleased to offer a prize to the best oral presentation of S3IC 2019.  The Prize includes:

  A certificate

  A € 500 cash prize

 

We are pleased to offer a prize to the best poster presentation of S3IC 2019.  The Prize includes:

  A certificate

  1 free registration for S3IC 2020

 

Female researcher award to encourage and reward the outstanding female presentation, sponsored by Horiba. The Prize includes:

  500€ cash prize