Agenda

Thesis defense : Kitti Ratter (Institut Néel, CNRS/UGA)

Friday 20 October 2017 - 10h30 - Room « Remy Lemaire » (K223)

Abstract:

The epitaxial growth conditions and superconducting properties of nanostructured devices made of rhenium (superconducting below T=1.7 K) on sapphire were explored. Epitaxial growth of rhenium thin films onto a single crystal ↵-Al2O3 substrate was realised using molecular beam epitaxy. The pressure in the MBE chamber was in the range of 10−10 Torr. The cleanness of the substrate was verified using XPS, and the growth of rhenium was monitored using RHEED.

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Contact : Kitti Ratter

Thesis advisors:
Klaus Hasselbach(Institut Néel, CNRS/UGA)
Bruno Gilles (SIMAP, Grenoble INP/UGA/CNRS)


Seminar of Prof. Masato YASUI (KEIO Univ. School of Medicine Vice Dean)

Monday 23 October 2017 - 14h30 - Amphithéâtre sud Bat. Jean Roget

Overview of KEIO Univ. School of Medicine & current activities of Prof. Yasui : Water biology: roles of Aquaporines (AQP)

Introduction of KEIO Univ. School of Medicine

Keio University School of Medicine (Keio) was founded in 1917 by renowned Physician and microbiologist, Shibasaburo Kitasato. Since then, Keio has been playing a leading role in promoting medical science as well as state-of-the-art clinical practice based on the principle that basic research and clinical medicine go hand-in-hand.
At Keio, we aim to train young physician scientists to be global leaders. Keio’s global network allows us to provide many kinds of international programs, such as a joint summer school with Karolinska Institutet, Kings College London, and Peking University; and an overseas clinical elective program at institutions in the US, EU countries, Australia, and Canada, among others.

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Quantum Nanoelectronics Seminar : Attila Geresdi

Tuesday 7 November 2017 - 14h00 - Room « Remy Lemaire » (K223)

Attila Geresdi (Station Q - Qtech - TUDelft)

All the "Quantum Nanoelectronics Seminars" past and future on :
http://fondation-nanosciences.fr/spip.php?article78


C’Nano 2017 - The Nanoscience Meeting

Tuesday 5 December 2017 - 08h00 - INSA - Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon

Le comité de pilotage du C’Nano a le plaisir d’annoncer la tenue de la première édition de son colloque annuel C’Nano 2017.

Ce sera l’occasion d’inaugurer la création de l’unité propre de service par le CNRS (UPS) qui permettra de capitaliser l’expérience accumulée par le réseau et de pérenniser sa structuration nationale et régionale.

Date limite de dépôt des abstracts :
15 Septembre 2017

A cette occasion, le C’Nano lance un appel à candidature pour une remise de Prix de Thèse Nationaux qui récompensera 5 lauréats sur la base de l’originalité et de l’excellence de leurs travaux de doctorats pour des thèses soutenues entre le 01 Janvier 2016 et le 30 Septembre 2017 inclus, dans les rubriques suivantes :

  • 2 prix « Recherche fondamentale » ;
  • 1 prix « Recherche appliquée » pour une thèse qui a donné lieu au dépôt d’au moins un brevet ;
  • 1 prix « Recherche interdisciplinaire » pour une thèse à l’interface entre plusieurs disciplines ;
  • 1 prix « Recherche valorisée » pour une thèse impliquant un transfert de technologie : projet de pré-maturation, de maturation ou une création de start-up.

Les doctorants sont invités à postuler en complétant le formulaire de candidature disponible sur le site du congrès.

https://cnano2017.sciencesconf.org/


Workshop Namisceb : 3D Bioprinting

Monday 11 December 2017 - 09h00 - Campus Universitaire de Saint-Martin d’Hères

Registration online mandatory

For this 11th edition, the workshop will focus on recent developments in 3D bioprinting for pathological tissues modelling, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

Pr. Jordan Miller (Rice University, USA) will present novel approaches for introducing vascularization in biomaterials and Dr. Christophe Marquette (Université Lyon1 & plateforme 3d.FAB) will focus on bioinks and organ Bioprinting.

The 11th edition aims at bringing together the junior and senior scientists tip toeing on the tight rope between biology, physics, engineering and chemistry. Indeed, understanding the building blocks of life, from viruses and bacteria to tissues and organs, requires a highly multidisciplinary community that the Nanosciences Foundation has made its motto to federate.

Registration online mandatory
http://fondation-nano.grenoble.cnrs.fr/survey/index.php/862821/lang-en

Program
Keynote lecture by Pr. Jordan MILLER (Rice University, USA)
Keynote lecture by Dr. Christophe MARQUETTE (Université Lyon1 & plateforme 3d.FAB)
7 slots reserved for oral presentations by PhD students and post-docs
Poster session

If you are interested in giving a talk or presenting a poster about your work, click here !
Deadline : Monday, November 17th