29 June 2012
room 214, Leiden university
Prof. Omar Saleh (Univ. of California): "DNA-based active gels"
Eugene Stanley (Boston/Leiden) - "Novel statistical physics approaches to complex systems"
Martin Plenio - "Quantum effects in biology"
Philip Kim - " Hofstadter’s Butterfly and interaction driven quantum Hall ferromagnetism in graphene "
Val Zwiller - “Nanowire quantum dots: single photon generation and detection”
dr. Anja van de Stolpe and Prof.dr. Ronald Dekker - "Organs on Chips: human organ and disease models"
Biology for Physicists
Thesis defense Philip Chimento - "Two-Dimensional Optics: Diffraction and Dispersion of Surface Plasmons"
KNAW Biophysics Meeting
Thesis defense Nathan Vercruyssen - "Non-Equilibrium Electron Transport in Mesoscale Superconducting Hybrids
Thesis defense Femke Tabak - "Towards High-Speed Scanning Tunneling Microscopy"
Casimir Science Day - keynote lecture by Prof. Eugene Stanley (Boston University)
Thesis defense Namik Akkilic - "Fluorescent Electrochemistry: Towards Controlled-Redox Switching of a Single Metalloprotein"
Thesis defense Mustafa Yorulmaz - "Absorption, Luminescence, and Scattering of Single Nano-Objects"
Les Houches, France; Frontiers of condensed matter: nanosciences and energy
Thesis defense Giovanni Lanzani - "DNA Mecanics Inside Plectonemes, Nuclesomes and Chromatin Fiber
Seismology of Stellar Coronal Flares
Photos NanoFront Kick-off
NanoFront granted PhD-proposals
New measurement technique brings molecular chips one step closer
Controlling supercurrents with spin currents
Functionalized gold nanorods: local biosensors of intracellular redox homeostasis
Improved nanowire materials for Majoranas
Sequence dependent plectoneme dynamics
Bionanoelectronics: unlocking the secrets of bacterial nanowires
Bacteria-mediated fabrication of nanostructured artificial nacre