EMN Meeting on Nanowires

EMN Prague Meeting
June 11 to 15 Prague, Czech Repulic

EMN Prague Meeting          Workshops          Important Dates          Program          Accommodation

Previous EMN Nanowires Conferences as Below:

EMN Meeting on Nanowires 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands
EMN Meeting on Nanowires 2017, Dubrovnik, Croatia


EMN Workshop on Indium Phosphide Nanowires
EMN Workshop on In-plane Semiconductor Nanowires
EMN Workshop on Nanonets Properties and Applications
EMN Workshop on Nanowire and Nano 3D Solar Cells
EMN Workshop on Nanowires for Ultraviolet Application
EMN Workshop on Nanowires Growth and Characterization
EMN Workshop on Nanowires Sensors
EMN Workshop on Photonic Nanowires
EMN Workshop on Silicon Nanowires
EMN Workshop on Thermoelectric Nanowires
EMN Workshop on Zinc Oxide Nanowires

Invited Speakers:

  • Mahtab Aghaeipour, Lund University, Sweden
    Light trapping mechanisms in III-V nanowires
  • Nika Akopian, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    Quantum nanophotonics with nanowire quantum dots
  • M. Boustimi, Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi Arabia
    Van der Waals interaction betwen atoms and metallic nanowires and their optical responses (polarization and plasmons effects)
  • Jean-Luc Battaglia, Université de Bordeaux, France
    Thermal characterization of phase change GeTe and SbTe nanowire using the modulated scanning thermal microscopy
  • Chenlong Chen, Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, CAS, China
    Epitaxial growth and characterization of single-crystalline ZnO or GaN nanostructure
  • Chang-Hee Cho, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST), Korea
    Exciton-polariton lasing in semiconductor quantum well nanorods
  • George Cirlin, St Petersburg Academic University, Russia
    A3B5 heterostructured nanowires grown on silicon substrates using MBE
  • David Mario Comedi, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina
  • Jonathan Crêpellière, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
    Transparent electrodes based on sprayed silver nanowires: an alternative to indium tin oxide
  • Claudia Espro, Universita’ degli Studi di Messina, Italy
    Nanostructured CuO flower-like based materials and their application in the realization of non enzymatic glucose sensors
  • Alexandros El Sachat, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
    Thermal transport inSiGe alloy nanowire with different composition and morphology
  • Yannick Fagot-Revurat, University of Lorraine, France
    Electronic properties of on surface synthetized polymeric wires from ARPES, STS and DFT calculations
  • Martin Foldyna, Université Paris-Saclay, France
    Radial junction silicon nanowire solar cells: from optical concepts to the first minimodules
  • Masoomeh Ghasemi, Persian Gulf University, Iran
    Thermodynamic modeling of nanowire growth
  • Eugene B Gordon, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics – RAS, Russia
    The universal technique for thin nanowires production based on coagulation in superfluid helium
  • Changseok Han, United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), USA
  • Daniel Hashemi, Air Force Research Laboratory – Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, USA
    Magnetic States of 3d Transition-Metal (TM) Alloy Nanowires on Metallic Stepped Surfaces
  • Young Joon Hong, Sejong University, Korea
    Epitaxial integration of semiconductor nanowire optoelectronics on 2-dimensional atomic layer
  • Soon Moon Jeong, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST), Korea
    Application of silver nanowire electrodes for elastomer-based luminescent devices
  • Malgorzata Kac, The Institute of Nuclear Physics, PAS, Poland
    Morphology and magnetic properties of Co and Fe nanowires electrodeposited in membrane templates
  • Teruo Kanki, Osaka University, Japan
    Electrochemical proton-intercalation into oxide nanowires at room temperature
  • Bogdan Kowalski, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Science, Poland
    The cathodoluminescence microscopy of nanorods made of wide-band gap semiconductors
  • Baojun Li, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China
    Flexible nanowires and applications
  • Evelyne Martin, IEMN – Lille, France
    Thermal conductivity of long and thick silicon nanowires by approach-to-equilibrium molecular dynamics
  • Alberto Naldoni, Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci, Czech Republic
    Plasmon-enhanced photoelectrochemical water splitting with TiO2 nanowires
  • Chunyang Nie, Guangdong University of Technology, China
    The complexity of structures of NiI2 and iodine nanocrystals encapasulated within Double-walled carbon nanotubes
  • Yoichi Ogata, University of Rochester, USA
    Nonlinear Optics of Nano/Micro-Structures on Metals
  • Thierry Pauporté, Université PSL, France
  • Chandra Shekhar Prajapati, Centre for Nano Science and Engineering, IISc, India
    MEMS-based gas Sensors development: Micro to Nano
  • Anna Reszka, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
  • Rodion Reznik, Saint Petersburg Academic University, Russia
    MBE growth and properties of III-V and nitride nanowires on hybrid SiC/Si substrates
  • Minoru Takebayashi, Meijo University, Japan
    Theoretical investigation and fabrication process of nitride-based nanowire device
  • Agnès Trassoudaine, Université Clermont Auvergne, France
    Hydride Vapor Phase Epitaxy of single crystalline III-V and III-N nanowires
  • Danyang Wang, UNSW Sydney, Australia
    Large piezoelectric response in hydrothermally synthesized (Bi, Na)TiO3-based nanowires and nanotubes
  • Sadegh Yazdi, Rice University, USA
    Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy of III-V Nanowire LEDs
  • Kavita Yadav, Central University Of Haryana, India
    Artificial smart nanowires surfaces beyond nature with controlled wettability switching and their practical applications
  • Alla Zak, Holon Institute of Technology – HIT, Israel