Nanolito is the Spanish Nanolithography Network (http://www.unizar.es/nanolito/comite_es.html) sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness aiming to promote transfer of knowledge between academic and industrial partners in the field of nanolithography. This Workshop and Summer School is oriented to final-year-degree, masters and doctoral students as well as young postdocs in the field of Nanoscience.
- Main objectives:
For the students, the main objectives of this course are to get exposed to the different available nanolithography techniques and to learn the required interdisciplinary approaches to solving the technological challenges involved in fabricating a nanodevice, especially in the case of biosensors. It is intended that the student can get to know first-hand international specialists in the field of Nanotechnology and Nanofabrication, as well as other students in this subject, thus promoting and nurturing future collaborations and multidisciplinary bets in this challenging field of study.
Students will be able to present their work both during the powerpoint-slide session, where they will briefly introduce their research project, as well as during coffee breaks where poster sessions will take place.
Registration is twofold, onsite (face-to-face lectures) or online. We do encourage students that are unable to travel due to COVID-19 restrictions to apply if interested. Registration fee is 150€ including coffee breaks and conference dinner (if sanitary restrictions due to COVID-19 are eased)
Tuesday 29 June 2021
9:30-10:45 A1.1 Opening remarks and Introduction to Nanofabrication Techniques. J.M. de Teresa. INMA and LMA-University of Zaragoza. 10:45-11:15 A1.2 Student's power-slide. 1 slide for introducing your research project. 11:15-11:45 Coffee break and poster session. 11:45-13:30 A1.3 E-beam lithography and cryo-etching for the definition of sharp edges in 2D-materials. Vito Clericò. University of Salamanca. 13:30 - 16:00 h. Lunch and free time 16:00-17:45 A2.1 Lithography applied to high-temperature superconductors. Anna Palau ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona. 17:45-18:15 Coffee break and poster session. 18:15-20:00 A.2. Magic Angle Bilayer Graphene: Superconductors, Orbital Magnets, Correlated States and beyond - Dmitri K. Efetov ICFO, Barcelona
Wednesday 30 June 2021
9:30-11:15 B1.1 Functional soft-nanoimprinted surfaces. Isabel Rodríguez. IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid. 11:15-11:45 Coffee break and poster session. 11:45-13:30 B1.2 Field effect transistor biosensors: Optimisation of the influence of size and geometry and fabrication methods. – Cesar Pascual García - Nano-Enabled Medicine Group. LIST, Luxembourg 13:30 - 16:00 h. Lunch and free time 16:00-17:45 B2.1 Helium Ion imaging and patterning. Gregor Hlawacek HZDR – Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany. 17:45-18:15 Coffee break and poster session. 18:15-20:00 B2.2 Thermal scanning probe lithography. Edoardo Albisetti Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Thursday 1 July 2021
9:30-11:15 C1.1 3D fabrication via two-photon lithography direct laser writing. Ryan Cecil Ng, ICN2, Barcelona. 11:15-11:45 Coffee break and poster session. 11:45-13:30 Microfabrication process of magnetic sensors based on magnetic tunnel junctions. Elvira Paz. International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, INL, Braga, Portugal.
LIST OF INVITED SPEAKERS
- José María de Teresa (INMA and LMA- University of Zaragoza)
- Vito Clericò (USAL-Nanolab and Nanotechnology Group, University of Salamanca)
- Anna Palau (ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona)
- Dmitri K. Efetov (ICFO, Barcelona)
- Gregor Hlawacek (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
- César Pascual García (Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology)
- Edoardo Albisetti (Politecnico di Milano)
- Isabel Rodríguez (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid)
- Ryan Cecil Ng (ICN2 Barcelona)
- Elvira Paz (INL, Braga)
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE & CONTACT
- Mario Amado. University of Salamanca. mario.amado (at) usal.es
- Enrique Diez. University of Salamanca. enrisa (at) usal.es
- José María de Teresa. University of Zaragoza deteresa (at) unizar.es
Salón de actos, Faculty of Science of the University of Salamanca. Plaza de la Merced s/n 37008. Salamanca / Spain
This site is under construction. Due to the changing events arising from the COVID-19 situation we still cannot offer accommodation to the students while enrolling to the summer course. We are working with local hotels and hall of residences in order to offer discounted fees.
How to get here
Arriving to Salamanca
Salamanca is located 210 Km to the West of Madrid and can be reached by regular bus and train services.
Regular bus services from/to Bilbao, Seville or Santiago de Compostela to Salamanca can be found in Alsa webpage. Avanzabus operates several buses from Madrid Airport (terminal 1 and terminal 4) and Madrid city centre direct to Salamanca. Bus from the Airport:
Barcelona, San Sebastián and Madrid – Salamanca by train:
Salamanca has fairly good rail links throughout Spain. Renfe operates several daily options from Madrid-Chamartin. Salamanca can also be reached by direct trains from San Sebastián and, ultimately, Barcelona.
In Salamanca, both bus and rail terminals are located within walking distance (15 minutes) to the city centre.