SCHEDULE

Schedule overview

Schedule overview

  • 8 AM                         
  • 9 AM                         
  • 9:40 AM                         
  • 10:15 AM                         
  • 10:45 AM                         
  • 12:15 PM                         
  • 1:30 PM                         
  • 2:30 PM                         
  • 4:00 PM                         
  • 4:30 PM                         
  • 7 PM                         

Monday, October 22

  • Registration
  • Prof. Jocken Feldmann:
    Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals: from platelets and cubes to supercrystals
  • Prof. Markus Niederberger:
    Bridging Length Scales: From Nanoparticles to Materials
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Afterwork

Tuesday, October 23

  • Registration
  • Prof. Molly Stevensn:
    Designing Nanomaterials for ultrasensitive biosensing and cell interactions
  • Prof. James Moon:
    Nanotechnology for improving cancer immunotherapy
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Afterwork

Wednesday, October 24

  • Registration
  • Prof. Patrice Simonn:
    Electrochmistry at the nanoscale: electrolyte confinement in porous carbon used as supercapacitor electrodes
  • Dr. Peter Krogstrup:
    Hybrid epitaxy of semiconductor-superconductor nanowire networks by Molecular Beam Epitaxy
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        & Workshops
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 and workshops in parallel 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

ANNIC Mid-Career Nanotechnology Scientific Award

The ANNIC Mid-Career Award is attributed by the Chairs Committee (composed of Prof. Nicola Pinna, Prof. Francesco Stellacci, Prof. Liberato Manna and, Prof. Jordi Arbiol) on the base of public nomination.

This award is to recognize an early career scientist up to 10 years after his/her PhD. This award recognises excellence in science in the field of Applied Nanotechnology and Nanoscience.

The winner receives the opportunity to give a plenary presentation at the conference with up to 2000€ in travel and accommodations funding and will receive a certificate that will be presented at the Applied Nanotechnology and Nanoscience International Conference. The votes are closed, thank you for your participation.

The ANNIC 2018 Mid-Career Nanotechnology Scientific Award’s winner is Prof. James Moon for “pioneering work on the development and application of nanotechnology for cancer immunotherapy”

 

The Outstanding ANNIC 2018 abstract will be awarded with:

  A certificate and a 500€ cash prize offered by MDPI Chemosensors

  A waiver to publish a full paper free of charge in the Open access MDPI Chemosensors journal

  A certificate and a free online subscription to the Molecular Systems Design & Engineering and to the Nanoscale Horizon journals offer by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

The Best ANNIC 2018 Student Abstract will be awarded with:

  A certificate and a 500€ cash prize offered by MDPI Nanomaterials

  A certificate and a free online subscription to the Molecular Systems Design & Engineering and to the Nanoscale Horizon journals offer by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

The Best ANNIC 2018 Poster Presentation will be awarded with:

  A certificate and a free online subscription to the Molecular Systems Design & Engineering and to the Nanoscale Horizon journals offer by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

MDPI Nanomaterials