Second Announcement

Posted on April 20th, 2009

"Nanoworkshop" was first organized in 2003 at University of Kiel. The 4th workshop will be held at Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Malá Strana Campus (Malostranské nám. 25, 118 00 Praha 1).

The meeting will be held in a historical (baroque) building of Computer Science that is a part of Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Malostranské nám. 25, Praha 1 (just below Prague castle). The workshop will start on Wednesday, 2nd Sept., 2009 morning and finish on Friday, 4th Sept. 2009 afternoon. Interested participants might extend the stay over weekend and see Prague.

Number of hotels close to the meeting site will be offered. Student residence accommodation will be also available.

The programme will consist of about 10 invited lectures and approximately 30 oral presentations (15 min) and more contributions as posters.

The Nanoworkshop 2009 aims to bring together physicists, chemists, and engineers from academics and industry. The scope of the workshop ranges from advanced preparation techniques to resulting new properties and industrial applications. Theoretical work and computer simulations are also included. The nanocomposites may consist of polymer/metal in the shape of nanoclusters, nanotubes, nanofibers, and nanowires. Contributions discussing functional properties of polymer/carbon composites are also welcome. Sufficient time to get acquainted among each other will be allocated after the talks for discussion and in the poster session.

The Workshop covers following topics

  1. PVD and CVD based preparation techniques
  2. Preparation by wet chemical methods
  3. Novel preparation approaches
  4. Optical properties and applications
  5. Magnetic properties
  6. High-density data storage
  7. Magnetic devices for GHz
  8. Catalytic properties and reactive membranes
  9. Electronic properties and devices
  10. Biological and medical applications
  11. Self-assembled polymer/metal composites

Registration form

Abstract details

Maximum length: 1 page (including references and max. of 1 figure)
Submit to workshop email address together with your preferred topic from 11 possible.

Deadlines

  • Abstract deadline extended to April 30th 2009
  • Regular payment - May 30th 2009

Registration fee

  • regular participant 300 EUR
  • student 160 EUR

Payment details

Account number: 01256280/0300
Account holder: Univerzita Karlova v Praze
Account holder address: Ovocný trh 5, 116 36 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Account holder VAT number: CZ00216208
 
Bank: CSOB, a.s. (Československá obchodní banka)
Bank Address: Na Poříčí 24, 115 20 Praha 1, Czech Republic
IBAN: CZ0803001712800107912843
SWIFT: CEKOCZPP

Preliminary Program

September 2nd
Opening Remarks and Plenary Lecture
Evening: Concert and get together party
September 3rd
Sessions
Banquet
September 4th
Sessions, Closing Remarks

Invited Speakers with tentative titles of their talks

T. P. Radhakrishnan
Polymer thin films embedded with in situ grown metal nanostructures
A. Pucci
Optical properties of polymer/metal nanocomposites and application as smart materials
L. Ravagnan
Cluster beam deposition: a tool for nanoscale science and technology
A. Heilmann
Laser-induced coalescence and agglomeration of noble metal nanoparticles embedded in a polymer matrix
B. Despax
Nanocomposite films metal/plasma polymer for biomedical application
E. Sardella
Plasma deposited nanocomposite coatings for biomedical applications: silver and hydroxyapatite containing thin films

Possibilities of accommodation

Posted on May 26th, 2009

Short list of suitable hotels in a walking distance from the event venue, Malostranské náměstí. Prices are listed in EUR per person per night.
Charles Bridge B&BEUR 85
Hotel u SchnellůEUR 89
Hotel Pod VeziEUR 89
Hotel U tří pštrosůEUR 109
Charles Bridge ResidenceEUR 114
Hotel ČertovkaEUR 124-188
Hotel WaldsteinEUR 125
Hotel SaxEUR 150
Hotel Biskupský DůmEUR 150
Hotel ConstansEUR 250

There is another possibility to stay in Hotel Ibis Praha Malá Strana (EUR 75), which is located approximately 10 minutes by tram from the conference venue.

As a cheap alternative, for those who will be interested, we can arrange a stay at dormitory of Charles University, Kolej 17.listopadu. It is located about 30 minutes from the conference venue by public transportation. The price for one twin bedroom is about EUR 16.

Since the beginning of September is considered to be tourist "high season", we recommend making your hotel reservation soon.

If you will have any questions concerning the accommodation, require assistance in reservation or would like to be offered a different hotel from those listed above, please do not hesitate and contact Martin Drábik from our LOC.

Organizing Committees

Posted on November 26th, 2008

International Organizing Committee

  • Hynek Biederman – Chair (Charles University Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Walter Caseri (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Franz Faupel (Christian Albrecht University of Kiel, Germany)
  • Detlev Fritsch (GKSS, Research Centre, Germany)
  • Shigehito Deki (Kobe University, Japan)
  • Yang Yang (UCLA, USA)

Local Organizing Committee

  • Hynek Biederman
  • Milan Tichý
  • Danka Slavínská
  • Pavel Kudrna – Secretary
  • Ondřej Kylián
  • Jan Hanuš
  • Andrey Shukurov
  • Jaroslav Kousal
  • Martin Drábik

Patronages and sponsorships

Posted on August 11th, 2009

Charles University in Prague
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
http://www.mff.cuni.cz
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HVM PLASMA Ltd.
http://www.hvm.cz
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Optik Instruments, Ltd.
http://www.brukeroptics.cz
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LAO-Industrial Systems Ltd.
http://www.lao.cz
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Vakuum Praha Ltd.
http://www.vakuum.cz
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Vakuum servis Ltd.
http://www.vakuum-servis.cz
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TESCAN Ltd.
http://www.tescan.com
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Kurt J. Lesker Company
Central European Operations Hungary
http://www.lesker.com
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Pfeiffer Vacuum
http://www.pfeiffer-vacuum.cz
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