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Nanoscience Colloquia

Open, advanced talks on nanoscience

The Nanoscience Colloquia – from the latin word ”loqui” that means talk – are a series of advanced talks on nanoscience, open to everyone within and outside academia. Welcome to join the conversation – see you online in Zoom!

Flowering magnolias to symbolize spring term. Foto: Kennet Ruona

2022 Colloquia

Nanoscience colloquia are on Thursdays at 15:15 (unless otherwise stated). Currently, colloquia are being held in Zoom and the meeting link will be sent to all NanoLundians shortly before the start. In case you are not on our "All at NanoLund"-mailing list and would like to receive the meeting link, please contact Ville Maisi.
Ville Maisi´s personal page and contact information

Colloquia scheduled in the spring term

27 January 2022 15:15

Prof. Magnus Berggren, Linköping University.
Talk title: In-operando and in-vivo polymerization of trimers for neuromorphic and bioelectronic systems

Magnus Bergren's personal page: research profile, short bio and publications

24 May 2022 15:15

Please note that this time the colloquium will be held in the Rydberg lecture hall.

Dr. Esther Alarcón Lladó, AMOLF, Netherlands
Talk title: Managing light and matter at the nanoscale towards high efficiency solar energy conversion

Ester Alarcón Lladó's personal page at AMOLF

Managing light and matter at the nanoscale towards high efficiency solar energy conversion - see calendar for talk abstract

2 June 2022 15:15

This time, the colloquium will be in k-space, as usual.

Prof. Séverine le Gac, University of Twente, Netherlands 
Talk title: Organ-on-chip models for medical applications

Séverine le Gac's personal page at the University of Twente

Organ-on-chip models for medical applications - see calendar for talk abstract

 


Future colloquia will be organized by Ville Maisi, so if you have ideas for speakers that you would like to invite, please contact Ville. 
Ville Maisi´s personal page and contact information