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2013/2014 Nanoscience Colloquia

The organiser of the 2013/2014 Nanoscience colloquia series was Christelle Prinz.

 

August 22 2013, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Lawrence Lee

Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Australia

Biology from the bottom up: Artificial synthesis of the bacterial flagellar motor

Host: Heiner Linke

 

September 12 2013, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Kunal Bhattacharya

Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

Inflammatory reactivity of carbon nanotubes: Focus on biodegradation

Host: Christelle Prinz

 

October 24 2013, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Val Zwiller

Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Quantum optics with nanowires

Host: Magnus Borgström

 

November 7 2013, Thu 15:15, k-space

Prof. Robert Blick

Universität Hamburg

Nanoelectromechanics for Proteomics

Host: Heiner Linke

 

February 6 2014, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Ruud Tromp

IBM Research Division

Cathode Lens Microscopy for Nanoscience

Host: Anders Mikkelsen

 

February 20 2014, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Miriam Vitiello

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy

Nanowire and Graphene Terahertz nanodetectors

Host: Andreas Wacker

 

March 27 2014, Thu 15:15, k-space

Prof. Ulrike Diebold

Institute of Applied Physics, TU Vienna, Austria

Oxide Surfaces at the Atomic Scale

Host: Edvin Lundgren

 

April 10 2014, Thu 15:15, k-space

Prof. Jukka Pekola

Aalto University, Finland

Energy fluctuations and Maxwell’s demon in nano-scale systems

Host: Heiner Linke

 

May 22 2014, Thu 15:15, k-space

Dr. Jean-Christophe Harmand

CNRS, Marcoussis, France

Some basic aspects of III-V nanowire growth

Host: Kimberly Dick Thelander

 

June 12 2014, Thu 15:15

Assistant Prof. Polina Anikeeva

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials Platforms for Neural Recording and Interrogation

Host: Christelle Prinz