You can download the program overview here.
The PROGRAM with ORAL and POSTER presentations is available here here.
Regular talk will last 15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Invited talks will last 25 min. + 5 minutes.
POSTER SIZES: Please print your poster in A0 size. Poster panel dimensions will be 137 cm height x 105 cm (width).
The NWW2019 FINAL PROGRAM is now available here.
Please notice the HOT NEWS SESSION: This ORAL session is devoted to very recent, UNPUBLISHED RESULTS that deserve a quick (10 min) oral presentation at the NWW2019.
You are encouraged to submit your HOT NEWS ABSTRACT writing an email to NWW2019@nano.cnr.it
Deadline for late news abstract submission is September 8, 2019.
We are proud to announce that six (6) poster prizes will be awarded to students who enthusiastically present the very best quality posters.
The Nanotechnology journal by IOP Publishing is supporting the Nanowire Week 2019 by sponsoring three poster prizes, to recognize the exceptional quality of selected poster presentations. The winner will be awarded £100, a signed certificate together with a one-year subscription to Nanotechnology and Nano Futures.
In addition, also The Royal Society of Chemistry Nanoscale journal family will support the Nanowire Week 2019, featuring the very latest in nanowire research, and sponsoring three poster prizes. Each prize will include a signed certificate and a free one-year online journal subscription to Nanoscale Horizons, Nanoscale, or Nanoscale Advances
Roman Anufriev, The University of Tokyo (JP), "Ballistic thermal transport in silicon nanowires"
Sven Barth, Vienna University of Technology (AT), "Ge-based Nanowires with Metastable Composition: Hyper-Doping and Alloy Formation"
Luca Boarino, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (IT), "Memristive and neuromorphic functionalities in metal-oxide nanowires"
Teemu Hakkarainen, Tampere University (FI), "Controlling nanowire growth with Ga droplets"
Martien den Hertog, CNRS - Institut Néel (FR), "Transmission electron microscopy experiments on electrically contacted semiconducting nanowires."
Martin Magnusson, Lund University (SE), "Aerotaxy for mass production of nanowire materials – growth and modeling"
Stephen Maldonado, University of Michigan (CA), "Electrochemical Liquid-Liquid-Solid Growth of Semiconductor Nanowires"
Adam Micolich, The University of New South Wales (AU), "p-GaAs nanowire transistors with near-thermal limit gating"
Natalio Mingo, French Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission (FR), "Thermal transport in nanowire interfaces"
Samik Mukherjee, Polytechnique Montréal (CA), "Sn-containing group IV nanowires for Si-compatible mid-infrared photonics"
Ulf Peschel, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (DE), "Modeling Semiconductor Nanowire Lasers"
Eli Sutter, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (US), "Chiral twisted van der Waals nanowires"
Takao Yasui, Nagoya University (JP), "Nanowires meet microarray and AI for urine liquid biopsy"
Ilaria Zardo, Basel University (CH), "Phonons and phonon transport in semiconductor nanowires"
Hao Zhang, Tsinghua University (CN), "Majorana nanowires and topological quantum computation"
Welcome party & registration
Sunday, September 22, 17:30 - 20:30
Monday, September 23, h. 09:00
"Friday, September 27, h. 16:10
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 Excursion at vineyards and wine cellars of Cantine Leonardo, with wine tasting, followed by social dinner at villa Casale di Valli (https://www.casaledivalle.com/en)