Annual meeting 2013
The Nanometer Structure Consortium annual meeting took place October 9th 2013 and was attended by a total of 167 stakeholders from academia, industry, infrastructure and research institutes.
To see some of the posters presented during the poster sessions, click here.
The Nanometer Structure Consortium annual meeting will have the form of a full-day symposium featuring some of the most recent progress in nanoscience at Lund, as well as well-known invited speakers. This year's focus topic will be on novel characterization and imaging methods in nanoscience, which can be expected to enable exciting opportunities and breakthroughs in the near future.
Invited talks will include Christoph Quitmann on the possibilities offered to us by Max IV and by Marie-Louise Ainalem on the developing ESS. Stefan Hell, Director of the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen will discuss innovative methods by which light microscopy can be used to achieve nanometer-resolved, optical images, Linda Romano from Glo Inc., California will discuss advanced characterization methods used in nanowire LED industry, and Adam Micolich from UNSW, Australia will discuss the use of polymer electrolytes in combination with nanowire devices. In addition, there will be invited, shorter and longer oral contributions from nmC@LU scientists. The day will also include a poster session offering a broad overview on nmC@LU research.
Like last year, more than 150 people will attend the meeting, including both nmC@LU scientists and colleagues from academia, industry and society.
The meeting will start at 9 am and will conclude with a joint dinner to celebrate the 25-year anniversary of the Nanometer Structure Consortium. The registration is closed and the meeting participants will occupy all seats in the lecture hall.
The nmC@LU executive group
Heiner, Sara Lars and Anneli