School

15 - 17 September 2013

The two-day NanoS-E3 school will expose PhD and masters students to the latest developments in nanotechnology.
Student school registration includes:

  • 3 nights shared accommodation funded by the Australian Nanotechnology Network this link goes to an external website
  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, morning/afternoon tea and one BBQ dinner
  • 2 day school program facilitated by leading lecturers

View the 2013 school program

Marco Notarianni from QUT

Marco Notarianni from QUT
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Atieh Ranjbar Kermany from Griffith University

Atieh Ranjbar Kermany from Griffith University
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Poster session

At the conclusion of the school program, students displayed their posters at a function which also opened the conference workshop. Congratulations to Marco Notarianni from QUT and Atieh Ranjbar Kermany from Griffith University who were the joint winners of the poster competition.

Posters are required in A0 size (1189 x 841 mm), though smaller sizes will be accepted. Posters are to be submitted in portrait format. View an example poster PDF link [PDF, 1.39MB].

 

 

 

 

 

School lecturers

Name Institution Topic
Prof Joe Shapter this link goes to an external website Flinders University Characterisation of Photovoltaic Devices
A/Prof Nunzio Motta this link goes to an external website QUT Graphene: Structure and Properties of a Unique 2D Material
Prof Carlo Mariani this link goes to an external website Roma La Sapienza Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Organic Molecules on Surfaces
Prof Wojtek Wlodarski this link goes to an external website RMIT Nanomaterial Based Optical Gas and Vapour Sensors
Prof John Bell this link goes to an external website QUT Nanotechnology for Solar energy
Prof Chennupati Jagadish this link goes to an external website ANU Semiconductor Nanostructures: Growth and Properties
Prof Michelle Simmons this link goes to an external website UNSW Building a Practical Quantum Computer
Prof Lloyd Hollenberg this link goes to an external website UoM Quantum Computing in Silicon: Basics to Architectures
Prof Simon Ringer this link goes to an external website UoS Microscopy – the Key Tool for Nanoscience
Prof Michael James this link goes to an external website Australian Synchrotron Characterisation of Nanoscale Films and Molecular Surfaces by Neutron and X-ray Reflectometry

 

Students, lecturers and speakers are encouraged to submit a full paper by 15 December, 2013. Accepted papers will be published in a special issue of the Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology this link goes to an external website. Please check the formatting requirements of the journal. Please contact us for more information.