The Speakers

Besides several welcome speeches to open the conference, there will be one Plenary and three Keynote Talks given by national or international experts.

Moreover, the “Call for Presentations” invites all interested representatives from science and industry to apply and present in one of the themed sessions. See Main topics for more information of the scope of the conference.

Welcome

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Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia

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City of Dortmund / Economic Development Agency

Dr.-Ing. Harald Cremer (Moderation)

Clustermanager NanoMicroMaterialsPhotonics.NRW

The Speakers of the sessions

Dr. Christoffer Åberg, University of Groningen
Modelling nanoparticle uptake and intracellular transport into cells and barriers

Session “Health & Medicine”

Dr. Andre Beyer, Bielefeld University
Helium Ion Microscopy: Imaging and Lithography with Nanometer Precision

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Prof. Tomasz Blachowicz, Ph.D.,Silesian University of Technology
Ferromagnetic nanofiber-guided magnetic signal processing

Session “Fibres & Composites”

Dr. Daniel Breitenstein, Tascon GmbH
ToF-SIMS as a Powerful Tool for the Nanocharacterisation of Materials

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Maximilian Deutsch, University of Münster
Lateral anodic self-oxidation and investigation of the electrical potential drop in circular 2D-nanofilm processors

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Daniela Dombrowski, University of Münster
Synthesis of Single Layer Tantalum Disulfide on Gold

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Dr. Birgit Funk, Zoz GmbH
Mechanochemistry – sustainable chemical reactions

Session “Energy Efficiency”

Dr. Christoph Geers, NanoLockin GmbH
Detection and characterization of nanoparticles via stimuli-induced heating

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Dr. Arnold Gillner, Fraunhofer Institut ILT
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Session “Functional Surfaces”

Dirk Hauschild, LIMO GmbH
New Material Properties using Light Induced Structural Generation and Transformation of Nanoscale Functional Layer

Session “Energy Efficiency”

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Current status of MOCVD Production Technology

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Elisabeth Heunisch, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA)
The Malta Initiative – A European Action to Develop and Amend OECD Technical Guidelines for Testing of Nanomaterials

Session “Regulations, Safety & Societal Acceptance”

Prof. Uwe Karst, University of Münster
Quantification and biodistribution analysis of 57Fe-enriched iron oxide nanoparticles by means of LA-ICP-MS and MRI

Session “Health & Medicine”

Martin Lewin, RWTH Aachen University
Using infrared near-field spectroscopy to analyse the interplay of defects and charge carriers in resistive switching on the nm-scale

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Prof. Stephane Lucas, University of Namur
Adding advanced functional properties to nanoparticles via low-pressure plasma coating

Production of nanoparticles by low pressure plasma, and illustration of their potential use in medecine

Session “Functional Surfaces”

Session “Health & Medicine”

Dr. Galina Marzun, University of Duisburg-Essen
Scalable laser synthesis of active and stable nanoparticles for heterogeneous catalysis

Session “Energy Efficiency”

Alexander Merker, University of Siegen
Optical Probing of Charge Carrier Dynamics in Layered SbI3

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Nikolaus Meyerbröker, CNM-Technologies GmbH
L-Aptamers immobilised on Carbon Nanomembranes (CNMs) as Ultra-sensitive Biosensing Platform

Session “Health & Medicine”

Dr. Steffen Michaelis de Vasconcellos, University of Münster
On-Chip Waveguide Coupling of Single-Photon Emitters in a Two-Dimensional Semiconductor

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Juliana Morbec, University of Duisburg-Essen
Playing LEGO with two-dimensional materials: the effect of stacking on the electronic properties of heterostructures of group-III monochalcogenides

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Iris Niehues, University of Münster
Strain control of exciton-phonon coupling in transition metal dichalcogenide monolayers

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Gilbert Nöll, University of Siegen
DNA Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications

Session “Health & Medicine”

Dr. Frank Nouvertne, Raith GmbH
From FIB to advanced FIB Nanofabrication: True 3D, multi ion species and large area nanopatterning

Session “Functional Surfaces”

Hanno Paschke, Fraunhofer Institut IST
Nanostructured multiphase coatings for wear reduction under thermal load conditions

Session “Functional Surfaces”

Pit Podleschny, Westphalian University of Applied Sciences
Advanced nanostructured catalyst materials for application in PEM fuel cells

Session “Energy Efficiency”

Dr. Daniel Schall, AMO GmbH
Commercialization of Graphene Photonics for Ultrafast Optical Communication Infrastructure

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Jessica Schindhelm, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH (BFI)
Electroless nickel dispersion coatings for tool and component wear protection

Session “Functional Surfaces”

Prof. Martina Schmid, University of Duisburg-Essen
Dielectric nanostructures for light harvesting

Session “Energy Efficiency”

Juliane Schuppich, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences
Luminescent borate glass ceramics for white LED applications

Session “Energy Efficiency”

Dr. Ralph Sperling, Fraunhofer IMM
Realtime process analysis for the continuous synthesis of colloidal nanoparticles

Session “Characterization & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials”

Dr. Burkhard Stahlmecke, Institute for Energy and Environmental Technology – IUTA e.V.
Fate of nanomaterials in municipal waste

Session “Regulations, Safety & Societal Acceptance”

Prof. Nils Weimann, University of Duisburg-Essen
High-Speed nanowire LEDs for polymer optical fibre and free-space communication

Session “Electronics & Optoelectronics”

Dr. Benjamin Weise, Maastricht University
Development of graphene-modified multifilament yarns for versa-tile utilization in textiles

Session “Fibres & Composites”

Kai Winands, Fraunhofer Institut IPT
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Session “Functional Surfaces”

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