European Nanoanalysis Symposium
The scope of the symposium is nano-scale materials characterization. Advanced analytical techniques are essential for modern materials research and innovation.
Research and development in materials characterization techniques are increasingly needed for modern materials science, for innovation in high-tech branches and to guarantee the functionality, performance and reliability of advanced products. The sustained progress materials science and engineering is increasingly driven by computational materials science, multi-scale modeling and characterization. More thane ever before, materials-driven product innovations in industry and shorter time-to-market introductions for new products require high advancement rates and a tight coupling between research, development and manufacturing. Analytical techniques and respective tools, particularly to investigate nanomaterials, are considered to be fundamental drivers for innovation in industry.
As a consequence, this symposium will cover the topics of nanoanalysis and materials characterization along the whole value and innovation chain, from fundamental research up to industrial applications. It will bring scientists and engineers together from universities, research institutions, equipment manufacturers and industrial end-users. New results in disruptive nanoanalysis techniques will be reported in several talks and in the poster sessions, and novel solutions in the field of materials characterization for process and quality control will be shown. The discussions and interactions between the stakeholders will help to identify gaps in the fields of advancing nanoanalysis and materials characterization and to propose actions to close them and to support industrial exploitation of innovative materials. The symposium aims at reinforcing ongoing collaborations and discussing ideas for new collaborations.
- Reiner Dietsch, AXO Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
- Narciso Gambacorti, CEA LETI MINATEC, Grenoble (France)
- Wolfgang Jäger, University of Kiel (Germany)
- Kristina Kutukova, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden (Germany)
- Eckhard Langer, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Dresden (Germany)
- Andreas Leson, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden (Germany)
- Malgorzata Lewandowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw (Poland)
- Michael Mertig, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
- Subodh Mhaisalkar, NTU Singapore (Singapore)
- Peter Sachsenmeier, Hankou University, Wuhan (China)
- Gerd Schneider, Helmholtz-Zentrum, Berlin (Germany)
- Olivier Thomas, University Marseille (France)
- Oden Warren, Bruker, Minnesota (USA)
- Thomas Weissgärber, Fraunhofer IFAM, Dresden (Germany)
Session 1: X-ray techniques
- Alexander Soldatov, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
- Gerd Schneider, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
- Krzysztof Wozniak, University Warsaw, Poland
Session 2: Nanomechanics
- Marco Sebastiani, Universita Roma Tre, Rome, Italy
Session 3: Industry session: Attachments to microscopes
- Mathias Mosig, Protochips, Berlin, Germany
- Jan Neuman, Nenovision, Brno, Czech Republic
Session 4: Electron microscopy and nanomechanics
- Jaroslav Klima, Tescan Orsay Holding, Brno, Czech Republic
- Lukas Palatinus, Czech Academy of Science, Institute of Physics, Prague, Czech Republic
J. Nanomaterials (ISSN 2076-4991) is an international and interdisciplinary scholarly open access journal that publishes papers in the field of nanomaterials. J. Nanomaterials is dedicated to a high scientific standard.
(submission deadline: December 10, 2020).
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