Successful 3rd annual workshop – 15.06.2012
The participants at the 3rd annual workshop for the NanoNetwork have had three days of stimulating presentations and hopefully challenging and interesting discussions.
All in all, 14 student made oral presentations, while a total of 33 student poster presentation were shown. The total number of participants was 103, a significant rise from last year. The number of participants in the NanoNetwork has also risen the last year, so this was perhaps to be expected.
The high point of Tuesday evening was probably a tour of the Museum at the Archbishop’s palace, followed by a joint dinner at the Masters’ Hall, where Kjell Arne Ingebrigtsen, Professor Emeritus at NTNU, was the honorary speaker.
The finale of the workshop was the selection of the best posters and oral presentations:
Winner of the student award for best poster presentation was Erik Folven, Department of Informatics and Electronics, NTNU, with the presentation Controlling the relative spin alignment in AFM/FM nanostructures.
The best oral presentation was given by Vidar Fauske from the Department of Physics at NTNU. His presentation was titled Transmission electron microscopy study of defects at the interface between GaAs nanowires and a Si-111 substrate.
The prizes for winning were, as usual, book gift certificates.
The happy winners. Left: Vidar Fauske. Right: Erik Folven.
Reminder: Information about reimbursement for travel expenses can be found in the folder Practical information.