Carolina Cruz Cardona, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the III Molecular Simulation School organized by the Spanish Molecular Simulation Network. The aim of the Molecular Simulation School was to introduce Master or PhD students to the basic tools of Molecular Simulation, from the foundations of Statistical Mechanics to Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics techniques, including the basic software elements used in these techniques.
Wassie Mersha Takele, NaMeS PhD student, participated in theNanophotonics and micro/Nano Optics 2nd International Conference NANOP 2017. The conference was held in Barcelona, Spain at Pompeu Fabra. NANOP 2017 conference was focused on the transversal nature of nanophotonics, offering an international forum on the latest advances in the field from basic to applied research. The conference covered many topics such as photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials, optical properties of nanostructures, strong light-matter interactions at the nanoscale, enhanced spectroscopy & sensing and nanomedicine, among others.
Rashmi Runjhun, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the 2017 Fall meeting organized by European Materials Research Society (EMRS) at Warsaw University of Technology. The conference consisted of 23 parallel symposia with invited speakers, oral and poster presentations and a plenary session on topics in material science such as energy storage, special materials, nanomaterials and devices. She specifically attended the symposium G on Perovskite solar cells, which is directly related to her project.
Faria Khan, NaMeS PhD student, participated in first ever MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS, Falling Wall’s Lab which took place in house of European History in Brussels from 24-25 September 2017. Faria presented the topic “Breaking the wall of Bioentrepreneurism” let’s breach the wall between science and business.
Faria Khan, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the 2nd Polish Chapter Meeting/Workshop of the Bridging Science and Business Workshop organized by Marie Curie Alumni Association. It provided her the insight into patenting laws, setting up a spin- off company and the opportunity to network with the people from academia-business.
Horacio Serna, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the III Molecular Simulation School organized by the Spanish Molecular Simulation Network. The Molecular Simulation School was aimed at introducing Master or PhD students to the basic tools of Molecular Simulation, from the foundations of Statistical Mechanics to (and very specially) Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics techniques, including the basic software elements for an adequate use of these techniques.
Richard Loeffler, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the European Conference for Artificial Life 2017. The main focus of his participation was to consult on his doctoral project with his co-supervisor, Professor Martin Hanczyc from Trento University, who was chairing a workshop in Living Architecture at the conference. Richard Loeffler had the opportunity to network with some of the around 100 participants at the conference.
Airit Agasty, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the 5th National Conference of Nano- and Micromechanics organized by Prof. Gotszalk at Wroclaw University of Technology.
This conference was an international meeting of scientists, researchers, and engineers from both the academic and industrial sectors.
Natalia Olejnik, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the Imapct’17 event, one of the most important events of this profile in Central and Eastern Europe. For two days Krakow was the European Capital of innovation.
Natalia Olejnik presented two technologies that were developed in Lewiński group, one of which was strictly connected to her NaMeS project.
Natalia Olejnik, NaMeS PhD student, paricipated in one of Europe's largest technology fairs - Hannover MESSE 2017.
The trip to this fair was organized in cooperation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW) and the National Center for Research and Development. Most of the trip was financed by DIALOG, an initiative of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.