Short-Term Scientific Missions - 2016

 

Proponent

Host group

Title

1

Tommaso Zandrini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Preparation of cell scaffolds by two-photon polymerization for in-situ cell spectroscopy

2

Diana Harea, Academy of Sciences, Moldova

Alexander Laikhtman, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

Study of electro-optical properties of nanocomposite material polymer/As2Se3 nanoparticles

3

Andreja Leskovac, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia

Vladana Vukojevic, Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden

Dopmine receptor dynamics and interactions in the plasma membrane by FCS

4

Zsuzsanna Papa, University of Szeged, Hungary

Cristoph Lienau, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Pump-probe experiments

5

Aboma Merdasa, Lund University, Sweden

Dai Zhang, University of Tübingen, Germany

Confocal and tip-enhanced optical microscopy on perovskite nanocrystals

6

Antonino Foti, IPCF-CNR Messina, Italy

Marc Lamy de la Chapelle, Laboratoire CSPBAT, CNRS Paris, France

SERS detection of biomolecules and pollutants in water by laser-induced aggregation of plasmonic nanoparticles

7

Ron Gill, University of Twente, Netherlands

Laura Lechuga, ICN2 Barcelona, Spain

LSPR spectroscopy of nanoparticles - the price of simplicity

8

Anna Skic, University of Life Sciences, Lublin, Poland

Mile Ivande, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia

Characterisation of vibrational properties of dental ceramics

9

Leda Boudiakou, IMD Laboratories, Athens, Greece

Mile Ivanda, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia

Optical and electrical properties of TiO2 thin film photoanodes sensitized with CdS/CdSe quantum dots

10

Olivia Pulci, CNR Rome, Italy

Silvana Botti, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Ab-initio optical properties of new Perovskite nanostructures

11

Matthias Thiele, Leibniz Institute for Photonic Technologies Jena, Germany

Luis Liz-Marzan, CIC biomaGUNE, Gipuzkoa, Spain

Microfluidic synthesis of multishell plasmonic nanoparticles for LSPR-spectroscopy

12

Lamri Gwenaelle, University of Technology Troyes, France

Jana Nieder, Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal

Time resolution spectroscopy of controlable hybrid nanosources

13

Eugene Bortchagovstky, Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Ukraine

Ronen Rapaport, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Spatially resolved ellipsometry measurements of metallic nano pillars for plasmonic applications

14

Kaj Emanuel, VU University Medical Center, Netherlands

Christopher Sammon, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Using FTIR spectroscopy to identify early changes associated with disc degeneration

15

Alex Laikhtman, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

Diana Harea, Chisniau, Moldova

Enhancement of electro-optical properties of the carbazole-based polymers by incorporation of magnetic nanoparticles

16

Nagarajan Subramaniyam, Aalto University, Finland

Monika Fleischer, University of Tübingen, Germany

Optical characterization and simulation of surface plasmonic nanostructures