MNA 2024, 14èmes journées scientifiques de Porquerolles

This workshop hosts scientific presentations in nanosciences and nanotechnologies and brings together researchers coming from the South Region with renowned French and international researchers.

Various aspects of nanosciences and nanotechnologies are addressed.

The best oral and poster presentations will be awarded.

A poster session will allow you to present your work in a friendly atmosphere and a wonderful location setting only 40m from the beach!

MNA 2022- Porquerolles


The meeting will start on Monday at 10:00 and will end on Thursday at 12:00.
The detailed program will be available after the submission deadline on the official website of the event

Keynote lectures

Anna Fontcuberta i Morral — EPFL | LMSC Lausanne, Switzerland

Patricia Horcajada — IMDEA Energy Institute | Unit of advanced porous materials, Madrid, Spain
Metal Organic Frameworks: Water-Related Applications

Boubacar Kante — University of California Berkeley, Dpt. EECS, Berkeley, USA

Invited talks

Cédric Pardanaud — Aix-Marseille Univ. – CNRS | AMUtech, PIIM, Marseille, France

Pierre Ronceray — Aix-Marseille Univ. – CNRS | AMUtech, CINaM, Marseille, France
From trajectories to models: data-driven approaches to decipher the dynamics of living systems

Lucien Saviot — CNRS-Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté | LICB, Dijon, France
Inelastic light scattering by the free vibrations of nano-objects: how much does shape matter?

Hai Son Nguyen — Ecole Centrale de Lyon – CNRS | INL, Lyon, France
Engineering lossy photonic resonances in non-Hermitian photonics to enhance light-matter interaction

Emmanuel Lhuillier — CNRS – Sorbonne University | INSP, Paris, France
Operando investigation of nanocrystal electronic structure to assist infrared device design


Invited talks

Andrea Baldi — Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Plasmonic photochemistry: targeted heating with metal nanoparticles

Marc Bescond — CNRS – Aix-Marseille Univ. | AMUtech, IM2NP, Marseille, France
Innovative cooling nanodevices based on thermionic effect

Gilles Bourret — Paris Lodron University, Salzburg, Austria
Controlling Light Absorption at the Nanoscale: An (Electro-)Chemical Approach

Stéphane Collin — CNRS- Université Paris-Saclay | C2N, Palaiseau, France

Fabienne Gauffre — CNRS – University of Rennes | ISCR, Rennes, France
Surfactant free emulsions as template for the elaboration of nanocapsules: formulation and applications

Yannick Guari — CNRS – University of Montpellier | ICGM, Montpellier, France
Synthesis of Prussian blue nanoparticles and their analogues for innovative applications.

Samira Khadir — Université Côte d’Azur – CNRS | CRHEA, Sophia-Antipolis, France
Characterization of complex metasurface-based wavefronts by quantitative phase imaging.

Aude Lereu — CNRS – Aix-Marseille Univ. | AMUtech, Inst. Fresnel, Marseille, France

David Munoz Rojas — CNRS – Univ. Grenoble Alpes/ INPG | LMGP, Grenoble, France
SALD is in the air: impact on open-air Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition on thin film processing and materials properties


The place

This event is a special moment for meetings and exchanges within the scientific community involved in nanosciences and nanotechnologies, but it is also an opportunity to enjoy an idyllic setting. The sunny island of Porquerolles is part of the commune of Hyères. It is spared from direct industrial pollution and is home to several rare plant species, native to Porquerolles and found only in the Canary Islands, the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, and North Africa.

The main activities are hiking, for its numerous viewpoints, mountain biking, the beach, and scuba diving.

Soumission d'abstract

Abstract must be submitted on the event website

We hope to see you soon for MNA 2024


Nicolas BONOD, CNRS I I. Fresnel, Marseille
Lionel SANTINACCI, CNRS I CINaM, Marseille
Animateur du bureau C’Nano PACA
Animateur du bureau C’Nano PACA
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