Queen’s University Nanoscience Symposium June 12th

A ONE DAY NANOSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM will be held at Queen’s University on June 12th in the Biosciences Complex. The symposium will comprise both invited and contributed talks/poster and it will be immediately be followed by the Cave Lecture, a named lecture in memory of Harold Cave, a former professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen’s University.

Invited speakers

Cathleen Crudden (Department of Chemistry, Queen's University)

Yoichi Miyahara (NanoScience and Scanning Probe Microscopy Group, Department of Physics, McGill University)

Rolf Moller (Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen) CAVE LECTURE

Udo Schwarz (Nanoprobe Group, Yale University) Species-Selective Atomic Resolution Imaging with Scanning Probe Methods

You are enthusiastically invited to attend the symposium and give a presentation. We welcome submissions (oral and posters contributions) from students and postdocs in all areas of nanoscience. Please inform your colleagues about this symposium.

Further information can be found at the symposium web site:


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