Zaproszeni wykładowcy

  1. dr Joanna K. Bendyna (Eindhoven University of Technology), "The potential of nanomaterials for hydrogen storage: progress, problems and perspectives", potwierdzone
  2. dr Michał Bystrzejewski (Uniwersytet Warszawski), "Recent advances in synthesis and applications of carbon-encapsulated magnetic nanoparticles", potwierdzone
  3. Prof. Michael Giersig (Freie Universitaet Berlin), „Multifunctional nanomaterials and their application in the field of biomedicine”, potwierdzone
  4. dr Daniel Gottschald (Chemie-Cluster Bayern), „Role of nanotechnology in the Chemie-Cluster Bayern activity”, potwierdzone
  5. dr Jean-Francois Hochepied (MINES/ENSTA ParisTech), "Do it in water! Aqueous (co)precipitation processes for nanoparticles and nanostructured particles", potwierdzone
  6. Prof. Bogdan Idzikowski, (IFM PAN, Poznań), "Nanokrystaliczne struktury paramagnetyków Pauliego", potwierdzone
  7. Prof. Stefan Jurga, (UAM, Centrum NanoBioMedyczne, Poznań), Nanotechnology for biomedical applications, potwierdzone
  8. Prof. Jerzy J. Langer (UAM Poznan), "Our approaches to nanotechnology for techniques, household, healthcare, safety and defence", potwierdzone
  9. Prof. Witold Łojkowski (IWC PAN, Warszawa), “Synteza nanocząstek metodą mikrofalową solwotermalną MSS”, potwierdzone
  10. dr Marcin Motyka (Politechnika Wrocławska), "Fourier transformed infrared spectroscopy in the mid and long wavelength spectral range", potwierdzone
  11. Prof. Herbert Pfnuer (Leibniz Universitaet Hannover), "Nanophysics close to the ultimate limit", potwierdzone
  12. dr Roxana Piticescu (IMNR Bucharest), "New approaches in the chemical synthesis of nanomaterials", potwierdzone
  13. dr Artur Podhorodecki (Politechnika Wrocławska), "Ion-ion interaction as a tool for controlling spectral and temporal properties of ultrasmall inorganic optical markers based on lanthanides emission for bio-medical applications", potwierdzone
  14. Prof. Grzegorz Schroeder (UAM Poznan), "Chemia dla nanotechnologii”, potwierdzone
  15. Prof. Tomasz Stobiecki, (AGH Kraków), "Co nowego w spintronice?", potwierdzone
  16. Prof. Jacek Szuber (Politechnika Śląska), "Przezroczyste nano-tlenki przewodzace (TCO)", potwierdzone
  17. dr Marcin Syperek (Politechnika Wrocławska), "Nanosecond and sub-nanosecond time-resolved spectroscopy of low-dimensional quantum structures", potwierdzone
  18. dr Sergey Yatsunenko (IF PAN, Warszawa), “Perspective luminescent nanomarkers based on rare-earth doped oxide matrixes: from technology to application.”, confirmed
  19. Prof. Marcel H. Van der Voorde (University of Delft), „Nanotechnology: Directions for Economical and for Societal needs in 2025", potwierdzone
  20. dr Matthias Werner (NMTC, Berlin), „Selected Examples for Applications, Properties and Economical Aspects of Nanotechnologies with a Focus on Carbon based Materials”, potwierdzone