Summer School 2006

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Complex Materials: Cooperative Projects of the Natural, Engineering and Biosciences

Subject of the Summer School

The Volkswagen Foundation sponsored funding initiative “Complex Materials” connects researchers from different faculties: from natural science engineering to life science. To bridge this gap, we offer a one-week training. This summerschool will be focused on synthesis of functional nanoobjects for the life science, on different techniques like fluorescence microscopy, electronic microscopy, microfluidics and modeling and simulation techniques. This summerschool will be the occasion for young scientist to improve theirs skills on different techniques and to share their savoir-faire and their knowledge.

Working Program

The core program will include invited general and research talks from the young scientists, and some workshop on different techniques. Special emphasis will be given on the outline of current developments and the discussion of promising future research directions. Participating students and post-docs shall present and discuss their own research in poster sessions and seminars. The program includes the following topics: molecular modeling, synthesis of nanoobjects and their characterization, microfluidics, fluorescence microscopy, spectroscopies.

Speakers (confirmed)Kirsten Bacia (TU Dresden, Germany)
Valerie Cabuil (LI2C, Paris 6, France)
Gero Decher (ICS, Strasbourg, France)
Jorg Enderlein (Forschungszentrum Julich, Germany)
Claus Fuetterer (Institut Curie, Paris, France)
Luminita Damian (Microcal Europe, Northampton, UK)
Helmut Ringsdorf (Universitat Mainz, Germany)
Veit Wagner (IUB, Bremen, Germany)

Organizing CommitteeO. Kreft (MPI. Golm)
A. Wolff (IPHT Jena)
A. Sperschneider (Uni-Bayreuth)
Y. Ramaye (IUB, Bremen)

Local OrganizerY. Ramaye, J. Gomes, A. Kronenberger

 
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