ESONN’10

vendredi 23 avril 2010

ESONN 2010 (7th edition) is a three weeks course aimed at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists from universities and laboratories in the field of NANOSCIENCES and NANOTECHNOLOGIES in Physics, Biology and Chemistry. The academic and practical courses cover the elaboration, functioning and characterization of nano-objects.

ESONN 2010 (7th edition) is a three weeks course aimed at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists from universities and laboratories in the field of NANOSCIENCES and NANOTECHNOLOGIES in Physics, Biology and Chemistry. The academic and practical courses cover the elaboration, functioning and characterization of nano-objects.

ORGANIZED BY : UJF, Université Joseph Fourier

  • Grenoble INP, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble
  • Co-ORGANIZED BY : CNRS, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
  • CEA, Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique

APPLICATION open on the web site from March 19th to end of May 2010 DIRECTION OF THE SCHOOL : Hervé Courtois, UJF Didier Delabouglise, Grenoble INP

There are two sessions, one devoted to nanophysics and the second one to nanobiology.

LECTURES PROGRAM Session A :

TitleLecturer
Mesoscopic transport M. Büttiker, Geneva
Single-electron effects D. Haviland, Stockholm
Molecular electronics M. Goffman, Saclay
Spintronics C. Marrows, Leeds
Physics of devices E. Sangiorgi, Bologna
Nano and Quantum Optics O. Benson, Berlin

Session B :

TitleLecturer
Surface and molecule physico-chemistryR. Richter, San Sebastian
Advanced biophysics for designing micro-systems R. Hovius and J. Piguet, Lausanne
Mechanics of molecules and biological structures T. Duke, Cambridge
Drug delivery by nanoparticles B. Pitard, Nantes, France
Microfluidics for Lab-on-chips J.B. Salmon, Bordeaux
Nano-object synthesis C. Jérôme, Liège

Common lectures :

TitleLecturer
Technologies of nanofabrication G. Faini, Marcoussis
Near-field microscopies H. Hug, Basel
Self-assembled systems and materials M. Boncheva, Genève

PRACTICALS PROGRAM The program emphasizes the role of “hands-on” activities : Half of the program is devoted to practicals which will be held in clean room facilities and in research laboratories. Experiments in laboratories are presented by researchers on their current research and are thus at the leading edge of the international research (see the related section on the web site).

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