NanoNet International Conference 2019
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Some impressions from Dresden and the hotel can be found in the Picture Gallery.
Workshop FocusWe expect about 80 participants, especially students and scientists from our School, from the Dresden area, and from other institutions and labs all around the world. The program will cover the following topics:
- Single Molecules
- 2D materials
- DNA and Self Organisation
- General Nanotechnology
Invited speakersThe following invited speakers are expected and more will be contacted soon:
Contributed Papers / Best Poster Prize
Besides the lectures given by the Invited Speakers, Contributed Talks and Posters will presented.
A poster prize will be awarded to the best poster presenter.
See here for the Trophy and the Winners from 2016.
Program / Participants
The program will start on Tuesday at lunch time and run until Friday lunch time.
A detailed program will come in time.
We will have a Poster Session on Tuesday.
Different guided Walking Tours on topics like 'Composers and Music', 'Peaceful Revolution 1989', 'Architecture', and 'Baroque and the Wedding of 1719' will be provided on Wednesday afternoon.
The social highlight will be the Steam Boat trip on Thursday together with the Conference Dinner. We will travel on the historic paddle steamer 'Krippen' built in the year 1892, more info here.
Registration / Fees / Support
There is no conference fee.
Registration will open end of May 2019.
Details about registration, room rates, and financial support will be published in time.
Room rates are 89/64.50 EUR per person and night in single/double room. On request we can provide some financial support by (1) waiving the accommodation costs and/or (2) partial travel funding. Details will come soon.
Participation in the workshop program is by invitation only. The invitations will be sent within 1 week from the registration deadline.
This workshop is organized by the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks (IHRS NanoNet) funded by the Initiative and Networking Fund of the German Helmholtz Association (VH-KO-606).