NaMeS PhD Studies

NaMeS PhD Studies

“Interdisciplinary NAnoscience School: from phenoMEnology to applicationS” (‘NaMeS’) is a research training programme of the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC) intended for PhD fellows. The programme, benefiting from former IPC achievements in nanoscience, is designed to employ the phenomenological knowledge concerning nanoscale processes to the creation of new materials applicable in industrial technology, medical diagnostics, and environmental protection.

NaMeS links chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology and materials science with business. The programme is aimed at creating a new generation of scientists capable of working in both scientific and business sectors, and becoming  stimulants and intermediaries of knowledge & technology transfer on an international level.

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Recruitment

Recruitment

Next calls

will be announced if vacancies occur

20
03

Secondment to the University of Guelph

Dusan Mrdenovic paricipated in the secondment at the University of Guelph, Canada. Research at secondment institution was a continuation of studying the mechanism of interaction between amyloid β (Aβ) peptide and model cell membrane, an event relevant to understand pathology of Alzheimer’s disease.

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20
03

Secondment to the Institute of Chemical Technology, Leipzig University

Ayesha Khan, NaMeS PhD student, paricipated in the secondment at the Institute of Chemical Technology, Leipzig University. During her secondments she has prepared TiO2/Chitosan: lignin photocatalyst using wet impregnation technique with subsequent hydrothermal treatment method.

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03
03

Exploring new chemical territory through use of flow

NaMeS students are invited to IPC PAS Seminar within Dream Chemistry Lecture Series delivered by:

Prof. Timothy Noël

Eindhoven University of Technology

Department of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, Micro Flow Chemistry & Synthetic Methodology 

Eindhoven, The Netherlands 

Thursday, 5th March, 2020, 10.00

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859.