Speakers

PLENARY (confirmed so far)

Prof. Saroj Dash

Emergent Phenomena in 2D Quantum Materials Heterostructures

Chalmers University, Sweden
Prof. Saroj Dash
Prof. Hermann Kohlstedt

Bio-inspired information pathways for novel computing primitives

Kiel University, Germany
Prof. Hermann Kohlstedt
Prof. Anna Salvati

Dissecting how cells internalize and process nano-sized drug carriers for nanomedicine applications

University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Prof. Anna Salvati

INVITED (confirmed so far)

Dr. Dorleta Jimenez de Aberasturi

Inorganic-organic hybrid materials in 3D cell model applications

CICBiomaGune, Spain
Dr. Dorleta Jimenez de Aberasturi
Prof. Paola Borri

Nonlinear optical nanoscopy with single gold nanoparticles for tracking and sensing inside biological systems

Cardiff University, UK
Prof. Paola Borri
Prof. Lucia Curri

Synthetic, bioinspired and natural nanovectors: a versatile platform for diagnostic and therapeutic applications

University of Bari, Italy
Prof. Lucia Curri
Prof. Andrii Domanskyi

Targeting pathological protein aggregation in neurodegeneration: dead end or a new hope?

University of Helsinki & Orion Pharma, Finland
Prof. Andrii Domanskyi
Prof. Arno Ehresmann

Physics fundamentals for analyte detection by magnetic particle motion: Does the third dimension matter

University of Kassel, Germany
Prof. Arno Ehresmann
Prof. Thomas Fischer

Simultaneous polydirectional transport of colloidal bipeds

University of Bayreuth, Germany
Prof. Thomas Fischer
Mr. Erik Kirstein

Coherent spin dynamics and carrier-nuclei interaction in lead halide perovskite crystals

Technical University Dortmund, Germany
Mr. Erik Kirstein
Prof. Gil Lee

Rapid, Highly Sensitive Detection of HSV-1 using Antibody-Coated Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles and Micromagnet Arrays

University College Dublin, Ireland
Prof. Gil Lee
Prof. Wiktor Lewandowski

Endowing nanoparticles with chiroptical properties via freezing-directed assembly

University of Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Wiktor Lewandowski
Prof. Marek Maryański

Why and how to image macroscopic 3D distributions of certain nanoscale parameters of radiation-interaction tracks in tissue-equivalent polymer gel phantoms in modern radiotherapy?

Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
Prof. Marek Maryański
Dr. Magdalena Muszyńska

Quantitative chemical analysis of nanostructures and cells

Pro-Environment Polska Sp. z o.o.
Dr. Magdalena Muszyńska
Dr. Daisy Paiva

switchSENSE® heliX®: Next-Generation Modular Biosensor for Multivalent Interaction Analysis

Dynamic Biosensors GmbH
Dr. Daisy Paiva
Prof. Cornelia Palivan

Clusters of Catalytic Nanocompartments Enhance Extracellular Cascade Reactions

University of Basel, Switzerland
Prof. Cornelia Palivan
Prof. Lucia Pasquato

Matrioska-like nanoparticles for imaging (and therapy)

University of Trieste, Italy
Prof. Lucia Pasquato
Dr. Leonardo Scarabelli

Rethinking in situ Growth of Plasmonic Nanoparticles: Surface Lattice Resonances by Direct Surface Growth of Plasmonic Ordered Arrays

Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), Spain
Dr. Leonardo Scarabelli
Dr. Agnieszka Sozańska

Remote and in-situ sampling with the Virsa™ Raman analyser

Spectroscopy Product Division, Renishaw
Dr. Agnieszka Sozańska
Prof. Jacek Stolarczyk

Anisotropic semiconductor nanocrystals for photocatalytic water splitting

Jagiellonian University, Poland
Prof. Jacek Stolarczyk
Prof. Jacek Szczytko

How do photons trapped in an liquid-crystal optical cavity simulate condensed matter physics?

University of Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Jacek Szczytko
Dr. Alexander Vahl

Resistive Switching Phenomena in Nanoparticle-based Nanocomposites

Kiel University, Germany
Dr. Alexander Vahl
Dr. Magdalena Wencka

High-entropy alloys as supersilent soft magnetic materials in AC applications

Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Dr. Magdalena Wencka