International School on Nanosciences - 2017

In 2017, C’Nano IdF organizes the International School on Nanosciences 11th edtion. The registrations are open for researcher and Phd Students.

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The week is organized around lectures, seminars and some time reserved for scientific discussion focusing on the interaction between teachers and students.

Each year, the strengths shown by the school are:
• The appreciation of the rich scientific program and the scientific excellence of speakers
• The interdisciplinary (physics, chemistry, biology, economics, ethics, toxicology ... all areas of nanoscience are presented)
Interactions conducted through various formats (conferences and workshops, Open talk, debates and poster sessions)

Registrations :

-  Fill the Application form (file below) and send it to

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-  Your pre-registration will be validated after approval of the organizing committee
-  You will be informed by e-mail to validate your pre-registration in order to make payment.

Registration deadline : April 31th, 2017

Registration fee is 250€ HT for all participants.
(The registration fee includes the full stay with accommodation, meals, training)

Program :

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Invited speakers:

Jean-Philippe ANSERMET (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, SUI)

Franck ARTZNER (Université Rennes 1, FR)


Thibaut DEVOLDER (Université Paris Sud, FR)

Christophe DROUET (Université Toulouse 3, FR)

Katherine JUNGJOHANN (Sandia National Laboratories, US)

Ralf JUNGMANN (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, GER)

Mercouri KANATZIDIS Northwestern University, US

Frédéric KANOUFI (Université Paris Diderot,FR)

Xavier MARIE (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, FR

Jérôme PELISSE (Centre de sociologie des organisations-Sciences Po, FR)

Aline REICHOW (Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin (BAuA), GER)

Peter ZIJLSTRA (Eindhoven University of Technology, NED)

Angela VELLA (Université de Rouen, FR)

Working environment :

You will be welcomed and accommodated in a double room at the Etiolles Country Club. The village consists of bungalow, colonial architecture, with rooms overlooking the golf course and the Senart forest. Lectures and poster sessions will be held in the seminar dedicated space.


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