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EMN Rome Meeting

Welcome to EMN Rome Meeting 2019!

Energy Materials Nanotechnology        May 13 to 17, 2019 in Rome, Italy

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About EMN Rome 2019

To continue its success of last events at Phuket, Thailand 2015Dubrovnik, Croatia 2016Havana, Cuba 2017, Crete, Greece 2018, EMN Rome Meeting 2019 will be held from May 13 to 17, 2019 in Rome, Italy!

It aims to be a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, scholars and engineers from academia, R&D laboratories and industry around the world to exchange, share and learn the most recent advancement on various aspects related to nanotechnology, and energy-related materials and technologies. Now we set some workshops:

  • Advanced Materials
    Electrochromism and Electrochromic Devices
  • Advanced Nanomaterials and Devices in Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology
  • Biophysics and Biomaterials
  • Carbon Nanostructures
  • Engineering and Nanotechnology for Solar, Thermal and Other Energy Applications
  • Frontiers of Nanomaterials and Devices
  • Frontiers of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Functional Interface Materials
  • Graphene and Other 2D materials
  • Magnetic and Superconductor Materials
  • Multiferroics, Ferroelectrics, and Piezoelectrics
  • Novel Hybrid Carbon Materials
  • Spintronics and Photonics

The meeting will be a few days of intense collaboration with great social occasions. It will be not only be a time to enjoy the company of fellow researchers in the field, but also a time to have fun with friends and family!
Local committee: Viviana Figà Euro-Mediterranean Institute of Science and Technology – Palermo (Italy)


Workshops
  • Keynote
    Thomas J. Webster,
    Northeastern University, USA
    Implantable nanosensors: The future of healthcare is now

  • Advanced Materials
    Mohamed Azzouz
    , Laurentian University, Canada
    Guy Blaise, Université Paris-Sud, France
    Susumu Fukatsu, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Tohru Higuchi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    New Anode Material with Electron-Proton Mixed Conduction for SOFC Device

    Daisuke Kiriya, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

    Guihua Tang, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
    Electrochromism and Electrochromic Devices
    Amerigo Beneduci
    , The University of Calabria, Italy
    Electrochromic and electrofluorochromic devices based on small organic mixed valence compounds

    Dongyun Ma, Shanghai Polytechnic University, China
    Jinmin Wang, Shanghai Polytechnic University, China
  • Advanced Nanomaterials and Devices in Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology
    Thai Hoang, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam
  • Biophysics and Biomaterials
    Eric Buhler, University Paris Diderot, France
    Integrated motions of molecular machines and motors into supramolecular materials as seen by scattering techniques
    ChangQing Jin, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Silvio Osella, University of Warsaw, Poland
    Rational design of biointerfaces: a computational approach
  • Carbon Nanostructures
  • Engineering and Nanotechnology for Solar, Thermal and Other Energy Applications
    Marina Aghayan, Institue of Ceramics and Glasses, Madrid, Spain
    Additive manufacturing of high thermal conductive materials with complex geometry
    Rodica V. Ghita
    , National Institute of Materials Physics, Romania
    Action of UVA irradiation upon ZnO-NPs deposited on III-V semiconductors
    Joanna Kargul
    , University of Warsaw, Poland
    Min Hyung Lee, Kyung Hee University, Korea
    Engineering of Electrocatalysts for Enhanced Chemical Conversion

    Shun Li, South University of Science and Technology of China, China
    Piezo-/ferroelectric Polarization Enhanced Solar Energy Conversion
    Run Long, Beijing Normal University, China
    Shutong Wang, Sichuan University, China

    Zhong-Sheng Wang, Fudan University, China
    Xiangrong Zhu, Shanghai Polytechnic University, China

  • Frontiers of Nanomaterials and Devices
    Amira Abdelrasoul, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
    Guoying Feng, Sichuan University, China
    Zhiyuan Gao
    , Beijing University of Technology, China
    Bohdan Kundys
    , Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg, France

    Emergent photovoltaic effects in the ferroelectric PMN-PT crystals
    Taiming Zhang, Tsinghua University, China

  • Frontiers of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Functional Interface Materials
    Wei Li
    , Sichuan University, China
    Luigi Tommasino, National Agency for Environmental Protection (retired), Rome, Italy
    Processes of gas sorption by solid materials with nanoholes conducive to new sampling/detecting methods and apparatus

  • Graphene and Other 2D materials
    CAN Fernando
    , Wayamaba University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

    Sergey N. Korobeynikov, Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics of the Siberian Branch of the RAS, Russia
    The molecular mechanics of single layer graphene sheets
    Ajay Soni, Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, India
    Nanoscale Two Dimensional Layered Materials for Optoelectronics and Flexible Electronics Applications
    Dusan Sredojevic, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Qatar; The University of Belgrade, Serbia
    Reduction of CO2 into formic acid over the heterogeneous single-atom catalysts

    Mohamed Barhoumi
    , The University of Monastir, Tunisia

    Electronic and vibrational properties of TMDs heterogeneous bilayers,nontwisted bilayers silicene/TMDs heterostructures and photovoltaic heterojunctions of fullerenes with TMDs monolayers
  • Magnetic and Superconductor Materials
    Evgeny Yu. Klimenko, Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia
    Applied superconductivity as a victim of enthusiasm
    David Laroze, Universidad de Tarapacá, Chile
    José Lorenzana, Institute for Complex Systems, CNR, Italy
    The silver route to high-Tc superconductivity

    Laura Milena Pérez Fuentes, Universidad de Tarapacá, Chile
    Roman Puzniak, Institute of Physics of PAS, Poland
    Alexandr V. Sadovnikov, Saratov State University, Russia
    Magnon straintronics and lateral spin-wave transport insulating based ferrimagnet structures
    Jatinder Vir Yakhmi, Mumbai University, India
    Molecule-based Magnetism
    Xiaohan Zhang, Stanford University, USA
    Nucleation of Shuffle-Glide Dislocation Complex in Strained Silicon Thin Films
  • Multiferroics, Ferroelectrics, and Piezoelectrics
    Vladimir Mikhailovich Fridkin, Russian Academy of Sciences,Institute of Crystallography, Russia
    The Bulk Photovoltaic Effect in Noncentrosymmetric Materials with Power Conversion Efficiency Exceeding the Shockley-Queisser Limit
    Xiaoqin Ke, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
    Large electrocaloric effect in a wide ambient-temperature range of BaTiO3-modified lead-free ceramic
    Xiaoyan Lu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    Collective Ferroelastic Switching in Ferroelectric Thin Films
    Biaolin Peng, Guangxi University, China
    Giant neagtive electrocaoric effect in a lead-free relaxor ferroelectric thin film
    João Elias F. S. Rodrigues, Spanish National Research Council, Spain
    Raman spectroscopy as a tool to probe the lattice properties of new magnetoelectric materials
    Vivek Kumar Verma, University of Delhi, India
    Ferrites: Magnetic materials as an alternate source of green electrical energy
    Zengzhe Xi, Xi’an Technological University, China
    Growth and characterization of up-conversion luminescence of ferroelectric crystal
    Limei Zheng, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    Influence of polymorphic phase transition on piezoelectricity for (K,Na)NbO3 based single crystals
  • Novel Hybrid Carbon Materials
    Lucian Rotariu, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Strategies based on carbon nanomaterials for enhancing the performances of biosensing platforms
    Quan Xu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China

  • Spintronics and Photonics
    Baojun Li
    , Jinan University, Guangzhou, China
    Optical manipulation of particles and cells using fiber probes
    Evgeny Yu. Perlin, St.Petersburg State Research University ITMO, Russia

    Tokuei Sako
    , Nihon University, Japan
  • General

Call for abstracts

The conference organizing committee sincerely welcome the potential speakers to contribute a more exciting meeting.

Email notification of contributed presentation acceptance will be provided no later than March 10, 2019

Abstract template

Please submit it as an email attachment to emncroatia@hotmail.comemnphuket@hotmail.com


Registration

The registration and payment gateway shall be available in March, and detailed information can be found here.

The meeting schedule
On Site Registration Starts: 14:00 PM, May 13, 2019
Scientific Program: May 14/15/16, 2019
One-Day excursion: May 17, 2019

Venue

The conference hotel will be Cardinal Hotel St. Peter Rome.
Address: Via Leone Dehon 71, Aurelio, 00165 Rome, Italy
www.cardinalhotelrome.com  
Tel +3906632252 | Fax +3906631602 |E-mail: mice@cardinalhotelrome.com
The meeting room will be Pamphili Conference Room in Cardinal Hotel St. Peter Rome. Free WiFi is available.

The hotel is located next to Villa Pamphili, Rome’s largest park, 4 km far from the old town.

We have blocked off some rooms with special rates for EMN Rome 2019 attendees, with first-come-first-serve basis. However, these rates are only applicable no later than 15 days prior to the group’s arrival.

Accommodation: Please click the booking link with group rate.
Double for single use classic Euro 145,00 per person per night
Double rooms classic 155,00 per person per night

Rates include:
– American buffet breakfast
– Vat and service
– Free Internet Wifi

City Tax Euro 6,00 per person per night not included

Transportation: Airport shuttle (additional charge).
The property provides a frequent shuttle service to/from Cornelia Metro Station at arranged times, while the public bus 881 offers links into Rome city center. Baldo Degli Ubaldi Metro Station on line A is a 20-minute walk away.
Shuttle Servicer to Metro “A”, Service cost Euro 1,00 per person each way. Tickets and Info at the Reception.
Closest Airports: Fiumicino Airport, 27 km; Ciampino Airport 32 km.
Most Popular Landmarks: Vatican city 2.3 km; Castel Sant’Angelo 2.8 km; San Francesco a Ripa Church 3.1 km; Trevi Fountain 4 km.



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