NanoMedTwin project, in the framework of its advanced course on Nanotechnologies and Biomedical Engineering, is pleased to invite you to attend lectures delivered by its project partners - Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC):
- prof. Jan Linnros, prof. Apurba Dev, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Feb 21 (17:00 -19:00)
Feb 22 (9:00 – 11:00)
- Quantum dots general physics, overview of different materials and single-dot spectroscopy
- Single bio-molecule sensing using solid state nanopores
- Sensing of biomolecules using electrokinetic effects
- Biomolecule sensing – overview
- dr. Pascal Colpo, dr. Giacomo Ceccone, Joint Research Center of the European Commission, Ispra
Feb 28 (17:00 -19:00)
Feb 29 (9:00 – 10:00)
- Nano-biotechnology activity at the EC Joint Research Centre
- Surface Characterisation of Nanomaterials by XPS and ToF-SIMS
All interested parties are invited (students, junior researchers, MSc, PhD students, lecturers) to update their knowledge in these areas and to become acquainted with research opportunities offered by the European Commission.
The lectures will take place at the Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, of. 208, 9/7 Studentilor str.
To apply, please send your CV to email@example.com before February 19, 2020.
NanoMedTwin project "Promoting smart specialization at the Technical University of Moldova by developing the field of Novel Nanomaterials for BioMedical Applications through excellence in research and twinning" has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under Grant Agreement No 810652.
NanoMedTwin consortium includes Technical University of Moldova as the project coordinator, Hannover Medical School from Germany, University of Bristol from UK, Royal Institute of Technology from Sweden and the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC).