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Dresden School on Functional Nanomaterials



Scope and aims:

Research activities at the interface of different disciplines are becoming ubiquitous in nowadays scientific research. Thus, collaborative efforts among physicists, chemists, biologists, and engineers have helped to develop and push forward fields like bio-inspired nanomaterials, molecular scale electronics, and organic electronics, to mention only few. From both, the experimental and modeling point of views, it is of fundamental importance to find a common language among the different disciplines as well as to exchange knowledge in experimental and computational methodologies, which might be well-known in one field of research, but less common in others. The Dresden School on Functional Nanomaterials aims at bringing together leading scientists with different backgrounds in the general field of functional nanomaterials to offer a series of tutorial lectures to pre-Master, Master and Ph.D. students.
The main aims of the School are:

  1. Contributing to building a cooperation framework by combining expertise in fields like molecular electronics, mechanics of nanomaterials, and bioinspired materials.
  2. Creating a pool for scientific exchange of know-how between these fields. This will strengthen the scientific community in this application-relevant and scientifically exciting research field.
  3. Training of young researchers. The development of a new research field calls for the investment in future generations of scientists. The way how the School is organized is completely in-line with this idea. Lectures given by world-wide recognized experts in the corresponding fields and providing an in-depth introduction to specific topics will be combined with poster sessions, intensive scientific discussions, and lab tours to selected scientific institutions in or nearby Dresden.

Invited Lecturers

Artur Erbe Larysa Baraban Gotthard Seifert
Francesca Moresco Isabel Rodriguez Dmitry Ryndyk
Daniil Karnaushenko
Last modified: 27.06.2014 12:00
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Scientific Coordinators
Dresden University of Technology
G. Cuniberti
R. Gutierrez
L. Baraban
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
E. Diaz Garcia

Date: Sept. 30-Oct. 04.2013

Place: Schloss Eckberg
Bautzner Str. 134, 01099 Dresden


Contact: Brief EMail Icon dresdenschool@nano.tu-dresden.de

Address:
Institute for Materials Science and Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials
TU Dresden
01062 Dresden, Germany

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