Summer School "Nanotechnologies and biomedicine in the context of the XXI century challenges"

06.05.2021

What are nanotechnologies and what is their potential for biomedicine? When will the artificial heart be created? What pandemics has mankind gone through throughout its history? What benefits building a renewable energy society could bring and why is Earth's health so important for human health?

If you want to find answers to these questions, we kindly invite you to the Summer School "Nanotechnologies and Biomedicine in the context of the challenges of the 21st century", which will take place online on June 5-13, 2021.

The event is intended for doctoral and master students, students and high school pupils passionate about science and technology. The lectures will be given in Romanian and English.

This year's edition of the event is unique, because in addition to the topics presented by well-known scientists from Moldova and abroad via Zoom, the students will have the opportunity to attend a series of exceptional public lectures delivered by 5 Nobel Prize winners in various fields of modern science and technology in LIVE-STREAM format:

  • Prof. Rattan LAL (USA), Laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize (2007) and the World Food Prize (2020);
  • Prof. Stefan Hell (Germany), Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (2014);
  • Prof. Randy Schekman (USA), Nobel Laureate in Medicine (2013);
  • Prof. Hiroshi Amano (Japan), Nobel Laureate in Physics (2014);
  • Prof. Konstantin Novoselov (Great Britain), Nobel Laureate in Physics (2010).


More details in the Summer School AGENDA.  

To participate in the Summer School, fill in the application form and the CV and send these to [email protected]

The deadline for submitting applications  - May 30, 2021.

At the end of the Summer School, students will receive certificates of participation.


The Summer School is organized in the framework of the Horizon-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", grant agreement no. 810652.