NANOTEC is engaged in various aspects of materials research for advanced applications. Research activities are focused on growth and synthesis with various physical and chemical methodologies (CVD, MOCVD,…
The investigation of frontier physics mainly related to the interactions and coupling of light with matter both from a macroscopic point of view as well as at the single particle level. Collective coherent phenomena…
Nano-biotechnology aims at the development of nanotechnology-based tools for biomedical applications. The bottom-up and top-down approaches, typical of nanotechnology, applied to biology and biochemistry…
Loretta del Mercato, si aggiudica l’ERC STARTING GRANT 2017
uno dei bandi più competitivi a livello europeo.
Lecce, 6 settembre 2017
Lo European Research Council, che promuove la ricerca di eccellenza in Europa, nei giorni scorsi ha reso noti i nomi dei 406 vincitori della selezione ERC STARTING GRANT 2017, il bando tra i più competitivi a livello internazionale.(more…)
Zeiss Microscopy Technology and Complete Correlative Workflow
Lecce, Italy, 2017 Wednesday July 19th
CNR NANOTEC @ Lecce, Aula Seminari – pal. G, Piano Terra
Program – PDF
Zeiss, as microscopy technology leader, provides the unique complete imaging solution ranging from light, confocal, electron, ion and Xray modalities with a complete and straightforward correlative workflow. An overview of different technologies will be presented with a special focus on X-Rray microscopy.
International Workshop on Micropropulsion and CubeSats
Bari, Italy, 26 – 27 June 2017
Program – MSC2017
This narrow-field, invited-only meeting is the first attempt to bring together the Materials and Micropropulsion communities with a view to contribute to the development of the Global Materials and Micropropulsion Roadmap, and set such meetings to a regular basis.
A. Cedola, A. Bravin, I. Bukreeva, M. Fratini, A. Pacureanu, A. Mittone, L. Massimi, P. Cloetens, P. Coan, G. Campi, R. Spanò, F. Brun, V. Grigoryev, V. Petrosino, C. Venturi, M. Mastrogiacomo, Nicole Kerlero de Rosbo & A. Uccelli, Nature Communications,