Coronavirus (Covid-19): operational guidance to CNR-Nanotec employees
Following ministerial directives aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus, all activities at the Institute's premises, except for essential services, are interrupted until May 3, 2020. The work continues under the Smart Working regime.
EDGE-Tech: Emerging and Disruptive next-GEneration Technologies for POC. Sensors, Chemistry and Microfluidics for Diagnostics
Due to coronavirus emergency the event is suspended and will be posticipated.
EDGE-Tech Workshop will be focused on new, emerging and disruptive technologies with applications at the Point-Of-Care. International speakers will share their experience in the field of sensors, chemistry and microfluidics as well as technological transfer and project management strategies. In the frame of EU SMILE-Attract project, the event is organized by CNR NANOTEC and STMicroelectronics and will host other projects of Attract network.
S.Li.M Lab @ Roma
Soft and Living Matter Laboratory – SLiM Lab @Rome is the CNR NANOTECH research Unit at Sapienza University. CNR researchers and university research associates mainly focus on the experimental and theoretical study of soft matter, structuring surfaces for environmental applications, functional organic devices, aging dynamics in complex fluids, statistical mechanics of disordered and glassy systems, photonics in random media, bone tissue and cell engineering, bio-fluids, active matter, quantitative biology, cellular metabolism, neurodegerative diseases, biomarkers for early detection of pathologies, cultural heritage.
Many are the techniques developed and applied to these research lines in our labs in Rome and at Grenoble’s ESRF. At the theoretical level we optical trapping and holographic microscopy. bio-network algorithms, Monte Carlo, multi scale and optics numerical simulations. At the experimental level X-ray tomography and diffraction, atomic force microscopy, confocal and holographic 3D microscopy on the imaging field, as well as soft lithography, two photon lithography, holographic optical trapping and microfluidics in the fabrication and manipulation framework from the nano- to the meso-scale.
The research activities of the S.Li.M Lab @ Roma are focused on the following main focus areas:
- Advanced Devices
- Materials Science
- Modeling and Computation
- Photonics & Optoelectronics
Where we are
Research Facilities and Labs
Sede Secondaria Roma
c/o Dipartimento di Fisica N.E.
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5
Phone: +39 06-49913720
Fax: +39 06-49693308