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Phantoms Foundation

Nanoelectronics represent a strategic technology considering the wide range of possible applications.
Many of the potential emerging nanoelectronic applications still require substantial work in order to be transformed into marketable technology. A concerted effort must therefore be made at the European level to both understand and commercialise molecular and atomic scale technology in order to maintain a competitive advantage for Europe and keep Europe at the forefront of the next nanoelectronics revolution, a revolution beyond nanotechnology.
In order for the field of emerging nanoelectronics to continue growing exponentially worldwide and therefore lead to new commercial applications and to change the micro and nanoelectronics paradigm, it is necessary to educate new researchers who can work across traditional disciplines. The EU funded nanoICT project (nº 216165) will establish a broad array of specialised training activities to provide mainly students with interdisciplinary competences in Nanotechnology and more specifically “nano-scale ICT devices & systems” (Emerging Nanoelectronics). These initiatives will generate a new generation of high-skilled interdisciplinary scientists, indispensable to the sustainability of European excellence in the topic considered, but also educate the current working force. The main training event will be a one post-graduate winter school on “ICT nanoscale devices” research domains organised in collaboration with the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), CSIC and nanoGUNE.

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Participation of approximately 40 young scientists is planned. Grants covering registration fee, travel and accommodation will be available. Only students belonging to nanoICT groups (click HERE for complete list) could apply for a grant.

Event format

School 1: NanoOptics and NanoPhotonics (October 26-27, 2009)
Confirmed professors: Rainer Hillenbrand (nanoGUNE, Spain) / Juan Jose Saenz (UAM, Spain) / Remi Carminati (ESPCI, France) / Niek van Hulst (ICFO, Spain) / Luis Froufe (ICMM-CSIC, Spain) / Javier Aizpurua (DIPC, Spain)

nanoICT symposium (October 28, 2009)
Confirmed Speakers: Rainer Hillenbrand (nanoGUNE, Spain) / Juan Jose Saenz (UAM, Spain) / Remi Carminati (ESPCI, France) / Niek van Hulst (ICFO, Spain) / Uzi Landman (Georgia Tech, USA) / Stephan Roche (CEA-INAC, France) / Javier Aizpurua (DIPC, Spain) / Pablo Ordejon (CIN2, Spain) / Luis Hueso (nanoGUNE, Spain) / Yann-Michel Niquet (CEA/INAC, France) / Rafael Gutierrez (Dresden University of Technology, Germany) / Antonio Garcia Martin (IMM-CSIC, Spain) / Luis Froufe (UAM, Spain)

School 2: nanoICT modelling issues (October 29-30, 2009)
Confirmed professors: Uzi Landman (Georgia Tech, USA) / Stephan Roche (CEA-INAC, France) / Rafael Gutierrez (Dresden University of Technology, Germany) / Pablo Ordejon (CIN2, Spain) / Massimo Macucci (Pisa University, Italy) / Yann-Michel Niquet (CEA/INAC, France)

-Abstract Submission: October 07, 2009
-Author Submission Acceptance Notification: October 12, 2009
-Registration deadline: October 21, 2009

The 1st nanoICT School will be organised by the following Institutions: Phantoms Foundation, CSIC, DIPC and CIC nanoGUNE and in collaboration with the nanoICT Coordination Action. It will take place at CIC nanoGUNE Research Center, in San Sebastian (Spain): October 26-30, 2009.

  • Antonio Correia (Fundacion Phantoms, Spain) - (contact person)
  • Pedro M. Echenique (CSIC - UPV/EHU - DIPC, Spain)
  • Daniel Sanchez Portal (CSIC - UPV/EHU - DIPC, Spain)
  • Igor Campillo  (CIC nanoGUNE / NanoBasque, Spain)
Local Organising Committee :
  • Andres Arnau (CSIC - UPV/EHU - DIPC, Spain)
  • Nora Gonzalez-Lakunza (CSIC - UPV/EHU - DIPC, Spain)

This event is organised in collaboration with :
NanoICT project
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