The school format has been developed to provide a forum for discussion and debate.
We also encourage school participants to briefly present their research activity: as a guide, typically 5 slides taking no more than 15 minutes may be appropriate. An informal evening reception will be held on Sunday 2nd February from 18:00.
I. Gilmore NPL, UK, Metabolic imaging& cellular heterogeneity
M. Alexander Uni. Nottingham, UK, New Bio-instructive Materials
W. Vandervoorst IMEC Leuven, B, Metrology for confined volume analysis
G. Lerondel Université de Troyes, Fr, Materials for Photonics
C. Lobascio Thales Alenia Space, It, Materials in a challenging environment: space!
M. Perego CNR IMM Agrate, It, Nanofabrication by DSA
M. Laus University of Eastern Piedmont, It, Polymers for Quantum Technologies
P. Tiberto INRiM, Turin, It, Nanomagnetism
B. Beckhoff PTB Berlin, D, X-Rays Spectrometry
F. Castro NPL, UK, Multiscale characterisation for nanoelectronics
I. Fuentes Uni. Nottingham, UK, Quantum sensors for bio imaging
L. Depero University of Brescia, It, Materials Standardisation