Long story short — the best oral presentation was awarded to Maciej Chrzanowski, for his talk on Synthesis of double shell type-II semiconductor nanocrystals for lasing applications. The best poster presentation was awarded to Katarzyna Brach, for her poster describing DNA liquid crystals doped with AuAg nanoclusters.
Dear, please know that this year the rules of presentations are as follows:
- speech: 12 minutes + 3 minutes for questions and discussion
- poster: portrait orientation, B1 format maximum (short side: 707 mm or 27.83 in).
Please remember to keep these rules.
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if you haven’t caught up on the deadline for abstract submission, we have decided to extend the abstracts submission deadline to April 7th, 2017.
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We are glad to inform that the Royal Society of Chemistry, the publisher of Nanoscale Horizons, will reward the best speech and the best poster presentation with a prize. Each prize consists of a signed certificate and a free one year subscription to the journal Nanoscale.
Please remember that the Abstract submission deadline is March 26th, 2017. If you have any trouble concerning the registration or another related to the Conference, feel free to contact us.
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This is the new official website of PANIC — PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference organised by Photonics and Bionanotechnology Association at Wrocław University of Science and Technology.
We are glad you are here. Register now and take part in amazing 3-day adventure! 🙂
Within the frame of PANIC, students and PhD students will give their presentations in topics:
- Photonic devices,
- Nanocrystals and nanoparticles,
- Semiconductor nanostructures,
- Functional chemistry,
- Organic electronics and photonics.
In these sessions the stage will belong only to young scientists, MSc and PhD students who have just started their scientific career.