Conference Speakers

NanoTech Poland 2019




  1. Prof. Kenneth Dawson, Centre For BioNano Interactions (CBNI), School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, University College Dublin, Ireland
    Paradigms for the Interaction of Nanoscale Objects with Living Organisms
  2. Prof. Dr. Alexandre Dmitriev, Deparment of Physics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
    Magnetic, chemical and electrical steering of light at the nanoscale
  3. Prof. Lucia Pasquato, University of Trieste, Italy
    Fluorinated gold nanoparticles: emerging nanomaterials for bio-medical applications
  4. Prof. Tambet Teesalu, University of Tartu, Estonia
    Tumor homing peptides: discovery and applications for precision drug delivery


  1. Dr. Yasser Fowad AlWahedi, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Institute at Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, UAE
    Facile synthesis of copper oxides nanoparticles embedded on aluminophosphates, CuO/AlPO4-5 as regenerable sorbents for H2S removal
  2. Prof. Jūras Banys, Department of Radiophysics, Vilnus University, Lithuania
    Synergy effects in polymer composites with different nanocarbons
  3. Prof. Jan Dhont, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Institute of Complex Systems, Germany
    Non-uniformly Flowing Suspensions: Non-local stresses, shear-gradient induced mass transport, and a shear-banding instability in systems with a yield stress
  4. Prof. Bruno Dlubak, Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales, France
    Introducing 2D Materials for Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
  5. Prof. Janez Dolinšek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Nanocomposite FeCoNiPdCu high-entropy alloy with excellent magnetic softness
  6. Prof. Donats Erts, University of Latvia, Latvia
    Study of topological insulators (Bi,Sb)2(Se,Te)3 for practical applications
  7. Prof. Jaroslav Fabian, University of Regensburg, Germany
    2D materials for spintronics
  8. Prof. Franz Faupel, Chair for Multicomponent Materials, Kiel University, Germany
    Delta-E effect magnetic field sensors
  9. Dr. Jacek Fiutowski, Mads Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark
    Helium Ion Microscopy: from Spider Silk to Nanoplasmonic Stuctures
  10. Dr. Marta Grodzik, Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland
    Biological properties of allotropic carbon nanostructures, in particular diamond nanoparticles and graphene derivates, in terms of antitumor activity
  11. Dr. Andreja Jelen, Condensed Matter Physics, "Jožef Stefan" Institute
    Nano- and microstructure of high-entropy alloys
  12. Prof. Dr. Manfred Jung, Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
    Targeted action of epigenetic drugs from softdrugs and prodrugs
  13. Prof. Zbigniew Klusek, University of Lodz, Poland
    Hybrid structures – towards optoelectronics and spintronic applications
  14. Prof. Małgorzata Lekka, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    Atomic force microscopy as a tool for assessing the nanomechanical properties used to identify cancer cells
  15. Prof. Daumantas Matulis, Vilnus University, Lithuania
    Nanoconstructs for diagnosis and treatment of CAIX-positive cancer
  16. Prof. Jose Angel Martin-Gago, Institute of Material Science of Madrid (ICMM), Spain
    Highly-controlled graphene functionalization as a platform for robust nano-bio-hybrid interfaces
  17. Prof. Sergio Moya, CIC biomGUNE, Spain
    Polyelectrolytes: From Soft Matter Nanotechnology to Nanomedicine
  18. Prof. Georgios Papavassiliou, National Center of Scientific Research "Demokritos", Greece
    Magnetic Nanoparticles for Oil Reservoir Characterization
  19. Prof. Francesca Peiro, University of Barcelona, Spain
    Hierarchical clustering algorithms applied to large EELS datasets
  20. Dr. hab. Arkadiusz Ptak, Poznań University of Technology, Poland
    Dry nanofriction: adhesion contribution and velocity dependence
  21. Dr. hab. Bartosz Such, Jagiellonian University, Poland
    Molecular nanostructures on titanium dioxide
  22. Prof. Marek Szymoński, Jagiellonian University, Poland
    New Advances in Scanning Probe Microscopies for Studying Properties of Quantum Nanostructures
  23. Prof. Tomas Tamulevičius, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
    Optical properties of silver nanoparticles: tailored self-assembly and nanocomposite thin films
  24. Dr. Andrij Vasylenko, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
    New modelling capabilities for accelerated materials discovery
  25. Dr. Roman Viter, University of Latvia, Latvia
    Structure, electronic and optical properties of 1D ZnO/Polydopamine core shell nanostructures
  26. Dr. Valerio Voliani, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Pisa, Italy
    New horizons for metal nano-theranostics: the ultrasmall-in-nano approach
  27. Dr. Guocheng Wang, Shenzen Institutes of Advanced Technology, China
    Surface nanotopographic modification of biomaterials for enhanced biological responses


  1. Dr. Yang Hoon Huh, Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Daejeon, South Korea
    Unique features of Bio-HVEM and its application in structural analysis of bio-nano materials by 3D tilting electron tomography and panorama function
  2. Prof. Yun Suk Huh, Department of Biological Engineering College of Engineering Inha University, Incheon, South Korea
    Carbon-based Multifunctional Nanocomposites for Energy and Environmental Applications
  3. Dr. Jae Hyuck Jang, Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Daejeon, South Korea
    Atomic images and electronic structure analysis for understanding nano materials using monochromated and Cs-corrected STEM/EELS
  4. Dr. Hae Jin Kim, Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Daejeon, South Korea
    Flexible all Solid State Li Battery Studies in KBSI
  5. Dr. Jouhahn Lee, Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Daejeon, South Korea
    Various 2-D materials characterization using complex in situ Nano-Surface Analysis system at KBSI
  6. Dr. Jonghan Won, Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Daejeon, South Korea
    TEM study on radiation tolerance enhancement by defect structure in SrTiO3



  1. M.Sc. Vivian Adamski, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
    Encapsulation of AT101 in cubosomal-shaped nanoparticle for glioblastoma therapy
  2. Dr. Adriana Annušová, Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
    Liquid phase exfoliated MoOx nanoparticles as suitable photothermal therapy agents
  3. Dr. Andrew Chetwynd, University of Birmingham, UK
    Capillary Electrophoresis Characterisation: Protein & Metabolite Coronas
  4. Prof. Henryk Drozdowski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
    The use of X-ray diffraction and liquid models to determine the diffusion coefficients of molecules
  5. Dr. Oula Penate Medina
    Indocyanine green fluorescent marker labeled lipid-iron nanoparticle with magneto enzymatic regulation mechanism enables site-activated release
  6. Dr. hab. Katarzyna Rolle, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry; Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    miRNA-mediated extracellular matrix (ECM) rearrangements and biomechanical changes of the brain tumors cells


Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region



  1. Prof. Dr. Thorsten M. Buzug, Institute of Medical Engineering Univerity of Lübeck, Germany
    Magnetic Particle Imaging
  2. Prof. Dr. Alexandre Dmitriev, Deparment of Physics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
    Magnetic, chemical and electrical steering of light at the nanoscale
  3. Dr. Sandra Hansen, Kiel University, Germany
    Silicon anodes as alternative anode material for battery technology
  4. Prof. Dr. Thomas Klassen, Institute for Materials Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Centre for Materials and Coastal Research GmbH, Germany
    Nanostructured Materials for Hydrogen Technology: Key to Sustainable Energy and Mobility




  1. Dr. Mindaugas Bulota, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
    Technology transfer as innovation facilitator
  2. Dr. Iris Hölken, Phi-Stone AG, Germany
    Ultra strong metal-polymer adhesion by nanoscale sculpturing
  3. Dr. Šarūnas Meškinis, Institute of Materials Science, of Kaunas University Technology, Lithuania
    Direct synthesis of the graphene on Si(100) for photovoltaic and photoelectric applications
  4. Dr. Christian Ohrt, North German Initiative Nanotechnology (NINa SH e.V.), Germany
    Successful networking at the North - the nanotechnology network NINa
  5. Dr. Agnieszka Sozańska, Renishaw Sp. Z o.o., Poland
    3D Raman and SERS imaging for life science application
  6. Prof. Ashok Vaseashtaa, ICWI, VA and NJCU – A State University of New Jersey, NJ, USA
    Smart and Connected Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Nano-sensor Based Platforms for Situational Awareness
  7. M.Sc. Salih Veziroglu, Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany
    Nanostructured Thin Films with Enhanced Self-Cleaning and Photocatalytic Properties