Annual meeting 2014

 

The Nanometer Structure Consortium annual meeting took place October 13th 2014 as part of the two-day meeting NanoForum: Connect 2014. It was attended by a total of 260 stakeholders from academia, industry, infrastructure and research institutes.

In a push-pull format, the program highlighted opportunities offered by Lund nanoscience and nanotechnology for novel applications, together with industry needs as presented by representatives from Swedish and international high-tech companies including Volvo Technology, ABB, Procter & Gamble, TSMC and Alfa Laval.

The talks from Lund University researchers were given in a tutorial style and were filmed and made into individual video presentations of 10-15 minutes.

Video presentations from the annual meeting 2014: Lund nanoscience and its potential applications

Professor Kristina Jakobsson - Nanosafety: Mission im/possible? (12:30)
Professor Jonas Tegenfeldt - DNA in nanochannels (13:47)
Dr. Mercy Lard - Nanostructures interfacing with molecular motors (9:29)
  Professor Jens Schouenborg - Nanostructured electrodes for the brain
Associate professor Martin Magnusson - Aerotaxy: mass production of nanowires (14:16)
PhD student Masoomeh Ghasemi - Thermodynamic modeling of the nanowire growth (11:09)
Professor Peter Schurtenberger - Probing soft nanomaterials with neutrons (13:14)
Dr. Sarah McKibbin - Studying nanowires with synchrotron light (13:53)
Associate professor Elisabeth Nilsson - The Integrating Engineer - Interdisciplinarity and Awareness (17:10)
Professor Heiner Linke - Electricity from heat: nanowires for effective thermoelectrics (13:45)
Associate professor Magnus Borgström - Nanowires with promise for photovoltaics (14:29)
Dr. Niklas Anttu - Do nanowires cast shadows? The need for optics modeling (10:48)
Professor Lars Samuelson - Light emitting diodes - from Macro to Nano (17:58)

 

 

Information

The program and other information can be found on:

http://www.nanoforum-connect2014.com/

 

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