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Day 1 - March 13

08:30 Registration Open
09:15 Opening Remarks
Session I - Advances in thermal scanning probe lithography
Prof. Dr. Xia Liu
Institute of Physics CAS, Beijing

09:30

Multiple-Scale and Gray-Scale Patterning Using Thermal Scanning Probe Lithography

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Dr. Fabian Könemann
Heidelberg Instruments Nano AG

10:00

Introducing parallel thermal scanning probe lithography

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Valerio Levati
Politecnico di Milano

10:30

Thermally driven Phase Nanoengineering for Spintronics

Chair: Dr. Emine Cagin

11:00 Coffee Break
Session II - 2D materials
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Berke Erbas
EPFL

11:15

Grayscale topography engineering for 2D nanoelectronics

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Dr. Yu Kyoung Ryu
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

11:45

Laser-induced graphene advanced energy storage devices

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Dr. Gabriela Borin Barin
Empa

12:15

Bottom-up graphene nanoribbons: towards high-performance devices

Chair: Dr. Simon Bonanni

12:45 Lunch & Posters
Session III - Nanodevices
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Dr. Chit Siong Aaron Lau
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore 

14:15

Utilizing thermal scanning probe for engineering 2D material-based quantum applications

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Dr. Chloé Bureau-Oxton
IBM Research - Zurich

 

14:45

A side-gated finFET as a scanning electrometer

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Prof. Dr. Saptarshi Das
Pennsylvania State University

 

15:15

3D Integration of 2D Devices for Advanced Memory, Logic, and Bio-inspired Computing

Chair: Dr. Armin Knoll

Session IV - Bionano sciences and biomimicry
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Dr. Alexander Wright
NYU

16:00

Thermochemical activation of a polymer for protein immobilisation

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Iskratsch
Queen Mary University of London

16:30

Nanofabrication of bioarrays for single molecule resolution tracking of receptor-ligand interactions and cell adhesion formation

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Dr. Stefan Walheim
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

17:00

Substrate-controlled self-assembly as a bio-inspired approach towards nano-functional surfaces

 

Chair: Dr. Cathelijn van Nisselroy

17:30 Social Event

Day 2 - March 14

08:30 Registration Open
Session V - Photonics and nano-optics
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Prof. Dr. Rachel Grange
ETH Zürich

09:00

Lithium niobate on Insulator and Beyond: Overcoming Fabrication Challenges for Integrated and Flat Photonics

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Prof. Dr. Olivier J.F. Martin
EPFL

09:30

The promise of the third dimension nanophotonics

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Yannik Glauser
ETH Zürich

10:00

Optical Fourier Surfaces for Holography

Chair: Dr. Nolan Lassaline

10:30 Coffee Break & Posters
Session VI - Advances in materials
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Harry Biller
Allresist GmbH

 

11:15

From powder to liquid resist: Insights into the stability of Polyaldehydes in solution

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Prof. Dr. Javier Rodríguez-Viejo
Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2)

11:45

Bulk versus surface melting in thin film organic semiconductor glasses: A path for glass coexistence and nanostructuration

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Dr. Heiko Wolf
IBM Research - Zurich

 

12:15

Will it compute? – Networks of micro-scale chemical oscillators

Chair: Dr. Nicholas Hendricks

12:45 Lunch & Posters
Session VII - Innovation at the nanoscale
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Dr. Meguya Ryu
NMIJ AIST / Tokyo Institute of Technology

14:30

Detection of local thermal diffusivity of soft materials by using nano thermal heating probe

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Dr. Gabriel Puebla Hellmann
QZabre

 

15:00

Nitrogen vacancy based quantum sensors for nano-scale thermometry

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Dr. Filippo Federici
Nanolayers Research Computing Ltd.

15:30

ALANN: Atomic lithography automation with neural networks

Chair: Dr. Fabian Könemann

16:00 Best Poster Award & Closing Remarks
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