4th edition of Applied Nanotechnology and Nanoscience International Conference was organized this year in Berlin and chaired by Prof. Nicola Pinna from Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany. The conference gathered around 300 attendees including many plenary and invited speakers in various fields in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Rashmi Runjhun, attended the “18th International Seminar of PhD Students on Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry” held at Świeradów-Zdrój, Poland. The Seminar included talks from distinguished professors as well as oral presentations of PhD students from different countries.
Ying Zhou, NaMeS PhD students, attended the “19th International Microscopy Congress” organized by Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Society and IFSM. The conference is a feast in the field of microscopy and it is held every four-year. During the congress, hundreds of speeches were delivered, topics varied from life sciences, physical sciences to instrumentation and techniques.
Gabriel Rochinha Morgado, NaMeS PhD student, visited center University of Strathclyde and participated in 31st International Symposium of Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Glasgow, UK. He presented lectures – “DSMC simulations of Turing patterns in concentrated growing systems”.
Ashmita Bose, NaMeS PhD student, participated in the ‘Hands-on Research in Complex System school’ arranged by International center for Theoretical Physics(ICTP), Italy. School participants got exposure to many different form of work on Nonlinear Complex System.
Yu-Ting Kao and Yu-Kai Lai, NaMeS PhD students, participated in the Microfluidics Professional Course which took place in a prestigious academic institute, University of Toronto. The lecture modules covered microfluidic technology and its research progress nowadays which is a fresh view for to see how other groups utilize microfluidic and apply on research.