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Zero Dimensional Nanostructures

This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:State_colors_(490187072).jpg   2nd Erwin Schrödinger Symposium 2016
of the Erwin Schrödinger Society for Nanosciences
Zero Dimensional Nanostructures:
Science and Technology of Nanoparticles


May 23 - 25, 2016
Vienna, Austria


Venue: Schönbrunn Palace, Orangery, Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien
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A topical international symposium devoted to the materials science of zero dimensional nanomaterials.

Scope: The 2nd Erwin Schrödinger Symposium is intending to instil vivid scientific communication and discussion on all kinds of zero-dimensional nanomaterials (nanoparticles, quantumdots, etc.). Their properties differ drastically from the respective bulk materials. Therefore they exhibit unique characteristics and utilizations as building blocks for the key components of nanodevices, sensors, photocatalysts, nanocontainers, and nanoreactors. International experts will illustrate the fundamentals and future applications. Scientists are invited to contribute their recent research in lectures and poster sessions.
Conference fee
Including coffee, lunch, and wine & cheese.
Full member € 90.00
Student member € 35.00
Non-member * € 200.00
Student ** € 80.00
Payment
Via bank transfer Erwin Schrödinger Society for Nanosciences
IBAN: AT52 1200 0516 4403 4435
BIC: BKAUATWW
* The membership fee for regular members is € 22.00 per year.
** The membership fee for students (regular members-in-training) is € 10.00 per year. Members aged below 35 can apply for an ESG travel grant.
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Keynote Lectures
S. Barcikowski (University of Duisburg-Essen, D) Laser Synthesis of Colloidal Nanoparticles - From Fundamentals to Upscaling
N.S. Sariciftci (Johannes Kepler University Linz, A) From Organic to Bio-organic Nanostructures and Devices
O. Diwald (Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, A) Stability & Function of Interface determined Oxide Nanocrystals
T. Hofmann (University of Vienna, A) Nanotechnology and Water: Threats and Solutions
M. Parlinska-Wojtan (Polish Academy of Sciences, PL) Playing around with shape and composition of 0-dimensional nanostructures for various applications
E. Reimhult (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, A) Synthesis and Assembly of Superparamagnetic Core-Shell Nanoparticles into Functional Colloidal Systems

Lectures
W.E.G. Hansal (Happy Plating GmbH, A) Electrochemical Pulse Deposition of Functional Nano-Particle Dispersion Coatings
C. Zaba (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, A) Quantum Dot Synthesis Towards Integrin Receptor Detection
M. Orlandi (University of Trento, IT) Three Strategies to Make Fe2O3 a Competitive Material for Water Splitting Anodes and Photoanodes
W.E. Ernst (Graz University of Technology, A) Creating Nanoparticles in Superfluid Helium Droplets
K.-M. Weitzel (Philipps-Universität Marburg, D) Towards Electrochemical Formation of Zero-Dimensional Metal Islands
O. Bomati-Miguel (University of Vienna, A) Laser Ablation in Liquid Synthesis of Biocompatible Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging Applications
A. Kaiser (University of Innsbruck, A) Production of Reactive Fullerene Carbenes by Addition of Atomic Carbon to Fullerene Doped Helium Nanodroplets
U. Kreibig (RWTH Aachen, D) Size Dependences of the Electronic Band Structure of Noble Metal Nanoparticles
M. Zehetbauer (University of Vienna, A) Potential of Crystal Defects for Enhancing Bulk Functional Nanomaterials
B.S. Shaghasemi, M.M. Virk (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, A) Control Over Drug Delivery Liposome Release Kinetics Using Magnetic Fields
T. Werzer (University of Vienna, A) Polymeric Model Membrane Systems on Gold: An Electrochemical Quartz Microbalance Analysis
D. Velic (Comenius University in Bratislava, SK) Cyclodextrin Based Host-Guest Supramolecules: From Double Confinement in Micelles to Surface Nanostructures
T.A. Klar (JKU Linz, A) STED Nanolithography
T. Waitz (University of Vienna, A) Nanoparticles Studied by Transmission Electron Microscopy
C. Hrlescu (JKU Linz, A) Complex Shaped Plasmonic Nanoparticles
Y. Salinas (JKU Linz, A) Nanoscopic Molecular Gates Based on Doped Quantum Dots for Oxidative Stress Damage Detection

Program
  Monday, May 23, 2016 Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Wednesday, May 25, 2016
900 - 930 Registration & Coffee Keynote Lecture 3
O. Diwald
Keynote Lecture 5
M. Parlinska-Wojtan
930 - 1000
1000 - 1030 Opening Ceremony Lecture 5: K.-M. Weitzel Lecture 13: T. Klar
1030 - 1100 Keynote Lecture 1
S. Barcikowski
Lecture 6: O. Bomati-Miguel Lecture 14: T. Waitz
1100 - 1130 Coffee Break Coffee Break
1130 - 1200 Poster Short Lectures Lecture 7: A. Kaiser Lecture 15: C. Hrlescu
1200 - 1230 Lecture 8: U. Kreibig Lecture 16: Y. Salinas
1230 - 1300 Lunch Break & Poster Session Lunch Break & Poster Session Lunch Break & Poster Session
1300 - 1330
1330 - 1400
1400 - 1430
1430 - 1500 Keynote Lecture 2
N.S. Sariciftci
Keynote Lecture 4
T. Hofmann
ESG-Nano-Prize
1500 - 1530
1530 - 1600 Lecture 1: W.E.G. Hansal Lecture 9: M. Zehetbauer
1600 - 1630 Lecture 2: C. Zaba Lecture 10: B.S. Shaghasemi, M.M. Virk Keynote Lecture 6
E. Reimhult
1630 - 1700 Coffee Break Coffee Break
1700 - 1730 Lecture 3: M. Orlandi Lecture 11: T. Werzer Closing Remarks
1730 - 1800 Lecture 4: W.E. Ernst Lecture 12: D. Velic Farewell Wine & Cheese
1800 - 1830 Guided Tour of Schönbrunn Castle
1830 - 1900

Hotels
The conference venue (Schönbrunn Palace, Orangery, Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien) is easily accessible by public transport via subway U4 (station Schönbrunn), tram 10, tram 52, and bus 10A (station Schloss Schönbrunn). The following hotels are in walking distance of the conference venue:
Courtyard Vienna Schoenbrunn Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 38-40, 1120 Wien Walking direction (140 m, 2 minutes)
Springer Schlössl Tivoligasse 73, 1120 Wien Walking direction (550 m, 6 minutes)
Vienna Urban Resort Sechshauser Straße 83, 1150 Wien Walking direction (550 m, 8 minutes)
Renaissance Wien Hotel Ullmannstraße 71, 1150 Wien Walking direction (900 m, 12 minutes)
Austria Trend Hotel Park Royal Palace Vienna Schloßallee 8, 1140 Wien Walking direction (900 m, 12 minutes)
Ramada Encore Vienna City Center Grieshofgasse 11, 1120 Wien Walking direction (1.1 km, 14 minutes)
HB1 Design- & Budgethotel Linzer Straße 6, 1140 Wien Walking direction (1.1 km, 14 minutes)
Star Inn Hotel Wien Schönbrunn Linke Wienzeile 224, 1150 Wien Walking direction (1.2 km, 16 minutes)

Chair
Wolfgang Kautek

Scientific committee
Franz Aussenegg University of Graz
Wolfgang Knoll AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Peter Laggner Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz
Hans Löschner IMS, Wien
Ruth Prassl Medical University of Graz
Ulrich Schubert Vienna University of Technology
Eva-Kathrin Sinner University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Uwe B. Sleytr University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Organization committee
Oskar Armbruster, Wolfgang Kautek, Elke Lampert, Aida Naghilou