Nanostructures for Electronics Energy and Environment NanoE3

Couran Cove

23-28 September 2007

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This is the first Italian - Australian workshop in the field of Nanotechnology. About 40 top scientist from the two nations, all invited, will take part to this event. The meeting will foster the creation of strategic alliances, since has been sponsored by the Italian Embassy and Australian Government. Through these alliances the workshop will increase the chances of Australian scientists to participate to the next European research programs (FP7).

Keynote speakers

Australia C.Jagadish ANU Semiconductors/electronics

Australia

M.Lu

UQ

Nanoporous filters/environment

Australia

M.Simmons

UNSW

Quantum computing

Australia

J.Bell

QUT

Solar Cells / environmental applications

Australia

A.Hamilton

UNSW

GaAs Quantum wires

Italy

P.Milani

Uni Milano

Cluster assembled nanostructures

Italy

F. Rosei

Univ. du Quebec

Organic/inorganic nanostructures

Italy

F.Biscarini

Uni Bologna

Organic nanostructures

Italy

M.De Crescenzi

Roma Tor Vergata

Nanotubes and nanostructures

The respective strengths of the two nations (e.g. Quantum Computing, solar energy and water/air purification in Australia, semiconductors and optoelectronics in Italy) will be brought together, to create new synergies from which leading edge outcomes are expected.

 

 
Workshop Program
26-28 september 2007

Wednesday

26

September

   Workshop  
 7:45
 
Registration    
8:00
8:15
Welcome Nunzio Motta  
8:15
9:00
Jagadish C. Semiconductors Nanowires and Quantum Dots for Optoelectronic Device Applications
9:00
9:25
Sgarlata A. Semiconductors Formation and Localization of GeSi Quatum Dots: a Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Characterization
9:25
9:50
Capellini G. Semiconductors Intermixing and ordering in single- and multi-layers of Ge/Si self assembled islands
9:50
10:15
Faraone L. Semiconductors transport in semiconductor nanostructures
10:15
10:45
Morning Tea    
10:45
11:30
Hamilton A. Photonic devices Holes in a spin:  Spin-electronics using holes in semiconductor nanostructures
11:30
11:55
Eggleton B. Photonic devices Research in Photonics at CUDOS
11:55
12:20
De Crescenzi M. Photonic devices Visible photocurrent generation for Ge nanodots
12:20
12:45
Pellegrini V. Photonic devices Spin excitations in nanofabricated quantum dots with few electrons
12:45
1:45
Lunch    
2:00
2:45
Simmons M. Quantum Computers Atomic-Scale Device Fabrication in Silicon 
2:45
3:10
Scappucci G. Quantum Computers Quantum Computers
3:10
3:35
Jamieson D. Quantum Computers Single atom quantum devices by ion lithography for information processing and transmission
3:35
4:00
Fuhrer A. Quantum Computers Quantum Computers
4:00
4:25
Afternoon tea  
4:25
5:10
De Crescenzi M. Nanotubes Visible and ultraviolet photocurrent generation in carbon nanotubes
5:10
5:35
Shapter J. Nanotubes Functionalisation of Silicon Substrates Using Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
6:30
7:30
Dinner    
7:55
8:40
Milani P. Clusters Supersonic cluster beam deposition: a tool for nanoscale science and technology
8:40
9:05
Traversa E. Clusters Nanostructured Materials for Intermediate temperature solid oxides Fuel cells
9:05
9:30
Dell J. Clusters Cluster assembled Nanostructures
 
 
     

Thursday

27

September

   Workshop  
8:00
12:30
whale watching  
 
 
     
12:45
1:45
Lunch    
2:00
2:45
Biscarini F. Organic Nanostructures organic nanostructures
2:45
3:10
Schofield S. Organic Nanostructures Atomic-Scale Investigation of Reactions at Semiconductor Surfaces
3:10
3:35
Prince K. Organic Nanostructures Synchrotron radiation as a tool in nanotechnology
3:35
4:00
Afternoon tea  
4:00
4:45
Rosei F Organic-inorganic Nanostructures Strategies for controlled assembly at the nanoscale
4:45
5:10
Vomiero A. Organic-inorganic Nanostructures Metal oxide nanowires based gas sensors
5:10
5:35
Heun S. Organic-inorganic Nanostructures Compositional Mapping of Individual Semiconductor Nanostructures
5:35
6:00
Caruso R. Organic-inorganic Nanostructures

Porous inorganic structures with application in solar energy and environmental remediation

 
7:30
Gala Dinner    
 
8:30
Sasanelli N. Collaborations opportunities between Italy and Australia

 

Friday 

28

September

   Workshop  
8:00
8:15
Registration    
 
8:15
Welcome    
8:15
9:00
Lu M. Environment Environment - Nanofilters
9:00
9:25
Ristovski Z. Environment Nanoparticle aerosol measurements
9:25
9:50
Martens W. Environment Titania inverse opals for the photooxidation of organics in water
9:50
10:20
Gray E. Environment Hydroge storage: a big problem in need of a small solution
10:20
10:55
Morning Tea    
10:55
11:40
Bell J.M. Solar Cells Dye-Sensitised Solar Cells
11:40
12:05
Waclawik E. Solar Cells Studies of Carbon Nanotube / P3HT Composite Thin Films for Organic Electronic Device Applications
12:05
12:30
Foley C. Superconductors Superconductors
12:30
12:55
Pakes C. Superconductors Scaling superconducting electronics to sub-100 nm dimensions
1:00
 
End of workshop  
1:00
2:00
lunch    

 

Invited

Australia R. Caruso Melbourne Uni Porous organic structures/ photocatalysis
Australia J. Dell UWA MEMS, microspectrometers
Australia C.Fell CSIRO Solar Cells
Australia C. Foley CSIRO Superconductors
Australia A. Fuhrer UNSW Quantum Computers
Australia E.Gray Griffith Hydrogen storage
Australia W. Martens QUT Titania nanoparticles for Water/air Purification
Australia Z. Ristovski QUT fine particles and aerosol measurements
Australia C. Pakes Latrobe Superconductors
Australia C. Raston UWA Continuous flow methodology for nanoparticle fabrication
Italy G. Scappucci UNSW Atomic scale devices in Si
Australia S. Schofield Newcastle Organic electronics
Australia J. Shapter Flinders Molecules on Surfaces/Organic electronics
Australia E. Waclawik QUT Nanotube/Polymer solar cells
Italy G. Capellini Uni Roma3 Ge/Si Quantum dots growth
Italy V. Pellegrini CNR/NEST Pisa Quantum Heterostructures / Molecules
Italy A.Vomiero Uni Brescia Nanostructured sensors
Italy N. Sasanelli Italian Embassy Nanotechnology links between Italy and Australia
Italy A. Sgarlata Tor Vergata Ge/Si QD
Italy S. Heun NEST CNR - SNS

Compositional Mapping of Individual Semiconductor Nanostructures

Italy K. Prince Sincrotrone Trieste Synchrotron radiation as a tool in nanotechnology