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Session Posters

Posters will be displayed in the Sangallo Cloister during the event:


Tuesday 26: 14.00 – 20.00
Wednesday 27 – Friday 29: 08.30 – 20.00

 

  1. Alessio ADAMIANO, Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics (ISTEC) – CNR
    Magnetic drug delivery by Fe-doped calcium phosphate nanoparticles

  2. Francesco ANTOLINI, ENEA
    Direct laser writing of CdS QDs within a polymeric matrix

  3. Sare ASLI, The Galilee Society of Applied Research
    Environmental nanomaterials inhibit water-transport through plant roots

  4. Sara ATTANÀ, Warrant Group - European Funding Division
    Nanomaterials for conservation of European architectural heritage developed by research on characteristic lithotypes

  5. Valentina BERTANA, Polytechnic of Turin
    Integration of additive manufacturing techniques for 3D printing of microfluidic chips with embedded micrometric features

  6. Sabina BOTTI, ENEA, Frascati, Rome
    Investigation of CVD grown graphene topography

  7. Giulio BOVERI, Institute for Science and Technology for Ceramics, ISTEC-CNR
    Design and Fabrication of Superhydrophobic, Ice-phobic coatings for High-Voltage Power Lines Application

  8. Cristina CAIRONE, Consorzio Hypatia
    Label-free ptamer-based sensors and SERS: a reliable approach to detect very low biomarker concentration for clinical purposes

  9. Rocco CITRONI, University of Rome Tor Vergata
    Investigation on Low Loss Plasmonic metal: Looking Beyond Lossy Conventional Noble Metals at MID-IR Frequency

  10. Gianfranco COLETTI, University of Genova
    Use of graphene oxide to enhance the mechanical properties and bioactivity of 3D scaffold hydrogels

  11.  Cristiano D'ANDREA, IFAC – CNR
    SERS detection of neuropathogenic proteins with disposable silver supports

  12. Isabella DE ANGELIS, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
    RinnovaReNano output: In vitro evaluation of Silver nanoparticles

  13. Adele DE NINNO, Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Science, University of Rome Tor Vergata Italian National Research Council - Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies Rome
    Microfluidic assays in immuno-oncology for evaluating immune parameters associated to the efficacy of antitumor therapies

  14. Rana EDWARDS, University of Milano – Bicocca
    Glyconanomaterials Assembled via Short Linkers for Cellular Targeting & Drug Delivery

  15. Andrea ERIGONI, Instituto de Tecnología Química CSIC-UPV
    Hybrid super-acid solid catalysts for anisole Friedel-Crafts acylation

  16. Gianluca FERRARO, University of Birmingham
    Bulk Nanobubbles: Their Existence and Longevity

  17. Anna Maria FRESEGNA, INAIL - Settore Ricerca
    Biological effects of two kind of Silica Nanoparticles on human bronchial epithelial cells

  18. Narciso GAMBACORTI, PAC-G/CEA Leti
    Title in definition

  19. Alessia GENNARO, KU LEUVEN, Belgium
    Imprinted polymer layer for cell detection – a study of the sensor surface by optical and dielectric relaxation spectroscopy

  20. Matteo GIGLI, University of Rome Tor Vergata
    Highly selective hydrocarbon-based membranes loaded with sulfonated organic nanofillers for vanadium redox flow batteries

  21. Elisa GURIAN, University of Trieste
    Sers For Bioanalytics: From Fundamental Research To Clinical Application

  22. Benjamin HOLMES, JPK Instruments
    High-Resolution and High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy Simultaneous to Advanced Optical Microscopy

  23. Kun-Ping HUANG, ITRI
    Microwave Annealing for Dopant Activation in Semiconductor 5nm Process

  24. Odeta KALAJA, Università degli Studi di Trieste
    Synthesis, Characterization And Bioevaluation Of Delphinidin Loaded Chitosan Nanoparticles

  25. Loris Angelo LABBATE, Sapienza Università di Roma
    Plasmonic Nanoapertures: Modelling, Fabrication, and Characterization

  26. Patrizia LAMBERTI, University of Salerno - Dept. of Information and electrical engineering and applied mathematics (DIEM)
    Electrical properties of nanocarbon/poly(lactic) acid for 3D printing applications

  27. Stefano LEPORATTI, CNR Nanotec-Istituto di Nanotecnologia
    Halloysite caly nanotubes as nano-bazookas for drug delivery

  28. Stefano LINARI, Linari Engeenering
    Designing an Electrospinning Machine with a 3D Printing technology

  29. Sara LIPAROTI, University of Salerno - Dept. of Industrial Engineering
    Micro and nano mechanical characterization of semi crystalline polymer samples

  30. Antonella MACAGNANO, Istituto Inquinamento Atmosferico – CNR
    A selective global elemental mercury passive sampler based on TiO2NPs photocatalytically decorated with AuNPs

  31. Babak MAZINANI, Malayer University
    Synthesis and Characterization of TiO2 supported on SBA-15 using a stable titania sol and evaluation its photocatalytic efficiency

  32. Elena MELOTTI, Warrant Group S.r.l., IZADI-NANO2INDUSTRY
    Project to Impulse the Uptake of Nanotechnology based Solutions

  33. Roberta MERCORIO, University of Milan
    Development of molecularly imprinted polymeric nanofibers by electrospinning and applications to pesticides adsorption

  34. Luca MEZI, ENEA
    The ENEA Discharge Produced Plasma EUV Source: Description and Patterning Applications

  35. Simonetta MUCCIFORA, Università di Siena
    Pattern of TiO2 nanoparticles root uptake by a multidisciplinary approach

  36. Cristina NICA, University of Bucharest
    Synthesis and safety evaluation of improved photocatalytic graphene oxide-TiO2 nanocomposites

  37. Simona ORTELLI, ISTEC-CNR
    Water purification with active cotton membranes: photo- and photoelectrochemical treatments in semi-pilot plant

  38. Nicolò PAPI, Università di Firenze ed INO – CNR
    Carbon nanoparticle-based nanofluids for optical limiting applications

  39. Bernardo PATELLA, University of Palermo
    Electrochemical Sensors Based On Nanostrucuters And Nanomaterials

  40. Alessandro PEDICO, Polytechnic of Turin
    Fiber-based supercapacitors for wearable energy storage devices

  41. Sergei PISKUNOV, Institute of Solid State Physics of University of Latvia
    Large scale computer modeling of nanostructured photocatalysts for efficient water splitting

  42. Antonio RINALDI, Warrant Group
    Advanced materials solutions for next generation high efficiency concentrated solar power (CSP) tower systems

  43. Melissa SAIBENE, University of Milano-Bicocca
    From cells to embryos: in vitro models for the safety assessment of nanomaterials

  44. Massimo RINALDI, Warrant Group
    Development of novel, high Performance hybrid TWC/GPF Automotive after treatment systems by rational design: PARTIAL-PGMs

  45. Massimo RINALDI, Warrant Group
    Driving up Reliability and Efficiency of Additive Manufacturing (Acronym: DREAM)

  46. Franco RUSTICHELLI, UNIVPM
    From Tissue Engineering In Orthopedy And Dentistry To Regenerative Cardiology And Neurology

  47. Elisa SANI, Istituto Nazionale di Ottica INO-CNR
    Black nanofluids for new direct-absorption solar collectors

  48. Pasqualina Liana SCOGNAMIGLIO, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia_Center for Advanced Biomaterials for Health Care
    Fluorescence Protein Detection by Imprinted Hydrogels with Peptide Multifunctional Blocks

  49. Elisabetta SERPINI, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
    Thin MoS2 films for microscale applications

  50. Giovanni SPINELLI, University of Salerno
    Design and optimization of multilayer shielding device based on graphene

  51. Annarita STRINGARO, ISS
    Design of new nanocarriers for biomedical applications

  52. Laura TALAMINI, Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri
    Organ Dependent Effect Of Naturally Occurring Intake Of Food-Grade Titanium Dioxide Nps In Nematodes And Mice

  53. Khalil TAMERSIT, University of Batna
    A Quantum Simulation Study of a New Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect-Transistor-Based Biosensor

  54. Elisa TOTO, Sapienza University of Rome
    Smart nanomaterial-based hybrid films for sensing UV radiation damage in space environment

  55. Viviana VERGARO
    University of Salento
    Efficient intracellular delivery and improved biological activity of NVP-BEZ235 in lymphoma cell line

  56. Enrico VERONA, CNR/IFN
    Biofuel Elements On The Basis Of Carbon Nanomaterials For Microenergy

  57. Patrizia ZITELLI, CSGI
    ECHOES “Enabling Cultural Heritage Oriented European Strategies"

  58. Patrizia ZITELLI, CSGI
    Nanorestart - Nanomaterials For The Restoration Of Works Of Art

  59. Ashkan ZOLRIASATEIN, Niroo Research Institute
    Preparation and Characterization of SnSe/CNT Nanocomposite Thermoelectric Materials for Waste Thermal Energy Harvesting

Got Talent Posters

Posters will be displayed in the Sangallo Cloister during the event:


Thursday 28 Sep, 09:00 - 10:30

 

  1. Elisabetta CARATA, Università del Salento - Di.S.Te.B.A.
    Daphnia magna and Chlorella vulgaris: animal and plant species to explore aquatic nanotoxicology

  2. Miriam COLOMBO, Università degli studi di Milano-Bicocca
    How the number of antibodies attached to colloidal nanoparticles affect tumour targeting and therapeutic effect?

  3. Shivaram KOTLA, University of Camerino
    Imaging Biomolecules using the AFM,and Biological interactions of Graphene Oxide studied by fluoremetric analysis

  4. Esra Maltas CAGIL, Selcuk University, Turkey
    Production of Protein Nanoscaffold for Tissue Engineering Applications

  5. Aldo ROSSINI, Sapienza University of Rome
    Proof of Principles Study of Peptide-Bonds Detection via Graphene NanoGaps

  6. Alice TOGNONI, Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione e il Restauro
    Deacidification of canvas with calcium hydroxide nanoparticles. Study of the interactions with contemporary paint films

  7. Federico VERONESI, CNR-ISTEC
    Nanostructured, water-repellent surfaces with frictional drag reduction & vibration control properties for marine transportation

Thematic Symposia

The scientific program of Nanoinnovation will start on the afternoon of September 26 with the plenary sessions. The technical multi-tracks with parallel thematic symposia are scheduled on September 27-29.

Each of the nine technical multi-tracks will include 6 parallel thematic symposia, each of them of 90 minutes with 4 of 5 talk.

The thematic symposia are in alphabetical order:

3D Correlative Microscopy in Life Science - part I TT.IV.C
3D Correlative Microscopy in Life Science - part II TT.V.C
2D materials and low-dimensional systems - part I TT.VII.D
2D materials and low-dimensional systems - part II TT.VIII.C
Advanced nanomaterials and technologies for energy exploitation TT.VI.E
Advanced functional materials TT.IX.B
Advancement in material growth and device technology for GaN-based rf and power devices TT.IV.A
AgriNanoTechniques Research Pathways TT.III.E
Blue Energy Harvesting TT.III.A
Carbon-based materials TT.II.D
Cells on Chip: Boosting Cellular Measurements for advanced pharmacological and clinical applications TT.I.D
Disordered Systems: From Physics to Biology TT.VII.C
Engineered Nanomaterials and nanodevices for bio application (part I) TT.VIII.A
Engineered Nanomaterials and nanodevices for bio application (part II) TT.IX.F
General Aspects of ALM Technology TT.V.D
Imaging and spectroscopies for nanocharacterizations TT.II.E
Innovative approaches for medical applications TT.VIII.F
Innovative nanocarrier for drug delivery TT.V.F
Materials and technologies for flexible electronics TT.IV.E
Microscopy methods for Material Science TT.I.A
Microscopy methods for Nanotechnology and Nanofabrication  TT.II.A
Nanocatalysis TT.VI.C
Nano-characterizations in semiconductor’s industry TT.VI.A
Nanoelectronics devices: from modeling to reliable fabrication TT.VIII.E
Nanoelectronics at UniMoRe TT.III.C
Nanoenergy
TT.IX.D
Nanoinnovation in drug delivery TT.IV.F
Nanomaterials and smart materials for conservation and preservation of cultural heritage TT.VII.F
Nanomaterials for Cultural Heritage TT.VI.D
Nanomaterials in Soil-Plant Environment: Perspectives and Concerns TT.II.F
Nanomedicine at UniMoRe TT.I.C
Nanomedicine research at CEN Foundation I TT.IV.B
Nanomedicine research at CEN Foundation II TT.V.B
Nanosafety and Nanobiotechnology I TT.II.C
Nanosafety and Nanobiotechnology II TT.III.B
Nanostructures for third-generation photovoltaic TT.VIII.D
Nanotechnology applications for hydrocarbon detection and characterization TT.I.B
Nanotechnology and innovation for electronics TT.VII.E
Nanotechnology for new devices and systems TT.IX.E
Nanotechnology: Changing the Future of Medicine TT.I.E
Nanotechnologies for precision medicine TT.IX.C
Nanotechnologies for Space: Space Missions, Opportunities & Challenges TT.VII.A
New Trends in Nanomedicine TT.VI.F
Regulating Nano innovation in the agri-food sector TT.I.F
Safe Working with nanomaterials: practical approaches for R&D laboratories TT.III.F
Sensors and multifunctional devices TT.III.D
"Smart Textiles" - Functional antibacterial and antiflame nano-textiles TT.VII.B
"Smart Textiles" - Nano-Antibacterial textiles: improving efficacy and safety TT.VIII.B
"Smart Textiles" - Sensor-integrated textiles TT.IX.A
The ALM matter in the context of the Public Research: an overview TT.IV.D
The exploitation of nanotechnology TT.V.E
The RInnovaReNano project: new insight into regulations and research of nanomaterials TT.II.B
Towards graphene integration in electronic devices: potentials and challenges TT.V.A
Tribology of carbon-based nano materials TT.VI.B

Social Events

26 September
19:00 - 20:00
CE.I - DAILY CLOSING EVENTS
In collaboration with: Warrant Group
 CE.I.1 Open Beer - Let's talk about innovation by drinking a beer "As long as your life seems full there is always space for a couple of beers with a friend"
 
27 September
17:30 - 19:00
CE.II - DAILY CLOSING EVENTS
In collaboration with: Warrant Group
 CE.II.1 Cocktail Tasting prepared with the technology developed by Nextis4us s.r.l, an innovative start up based in Bologna. You will be able to sample exclusive and original cocktails tailored to the theme of Nanoinnovation
 
28 September
  17:30 - 19:00
CE.III - DAILY CLOSING EVENTS
In collaboration with: Warrant Group
CE.III.1 Archeological aperitif - Food and drinks in harmony with the area surrounding the buildings of the University and the Renaissance cloister hosting the event.
 

 

Plenary Speakers

Tomasz DIETL, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physics, Head of the Laboratory for Cryogenic and Spintronic Research - Poland
Nanospintronics of topological materials  abst  CV  desc
Sep 26
14.45 – 15.45
 
Luigi CALZOLAI, European Commission, DG-JRC, Ispra - Italy
How to characterize nanomaterials in biological systems  abst  CV
Sep 26
14.45 – 15.45
 

 

Keynote Lectures

Silvia BORDIGA
Chemistry Department  and NIS Centre of Reference INSTM, Turin University
ManCreationCAT: a visionary approach in catalysis  abst  CV Sep 28
09.00 – 10.30
 
Marco CANTONI
EPFL
Focused Ion Beam Nano-Tomography and 3D EDX: What can you expect and where are the limits
Sep 27
09.00 – 10.30
 
Yong CHEN
École normale supérieure de Paris
Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences for precision medicine  CV
Sep 29
09.00 – 10.30
 
Jens GOBRECHT
PSI-Paul Scherrer Institute, Laboratory for Micro- and Nanotechnology, Switzerland
Synchrotron radiation for advanced electronic chip metrology and manufacturing  abst  CV  desc
Sep 29
09.00 – 10.30
 
Diana GOLODNITSKY
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Nanomaterials for High-Performance 3D-Microbatteries
abst  CV
 Sep 27
09.00 – 10.30
 
Oliver GRÖNING
EMPA-Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
Nanomaterials innovations at Empa: From high thermal insulation plasters to atomically precise engineered electronic materials  abst  CV
Sep 27
09.00 – 10.30
 
Carlo MARIANI
Sapienza University of Rome & ESUO Executive Committee
Synchrotron Radiation and the European User Organization CV  abst
Sep 29
09.00 – 10.30
 
Pasqualantonio PINGUE
Scuola Normale Superiore
Lithography and characterization of nanostructures by scanning electron microscopy based techniques  abst
Sep 27
09.00 – 10.30
 
Francesco PRIOLO
University of Catania
Silicon Nanostructures for Photonics, Photovoltaics and Sensing
abst 
CV
Sep 28
09.00 – 10.30
 
Tobias SCHULLI
ESRF
The Bright Future of Nanoscience and Synchrotron Radiation
abst  CV
Sep 29
09.00 – 10.30
 
Gian Gaetano TARTAGLIA
Centre for Genomic Regulation & ICREA
Discovery of Protein-RNA Networks  abst  CV
Sep 29
09.00 – 10.30
 
Wilfried VANDERVORST
IMEC
Metrology for nanoscale complex semiconductor systems
abst  CV

Sep 28
09.00 – 10.30
   
Wan Soo YUN
Department of Chemistry, SKKU-SungKyunKwan University, South Korea
Nanogap Sensor for Electric/Electrochemical Detection of Biomolecules and Microbes  abst  CV
Sep 28
09.00 – 10.30
 

 

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