Previous workshops

 

Workshop 2010, Tønsberg

The workshop in 2010 was arranged at Quality Hotel Klubben in Tønsberg from 31st May to 2nd June 2010. The workshop was open to all PhD candidates, thesis advisors, researchers and industrial partners from the nanotechnology/microsystems field. There were 30 oral presenations, 22 posters and 95 participants.

 

Award winners

Winner of best student presentation award: Sabrina Eder, University of Bergen, Neutral Helium Atom Microscopy “Seeing with Atoms”

Winner of best student poster award: Christian Weigand, NTNU, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, ZnO nanostructures grown by pulsed laser deposition.

 

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Workshop 2011, Oslo

The workshop in 2011 was arranged at Rica Hotel Helsfyr in Oslo. There were 26 oral presenations, 15 posters and 71 participants. The workshop was coordinated with the official opening of The Norwegian Micro and Nano Fabrication Facility, NorFab, which took place at Ole Johan Dahls hus at the University of Oslo.

Award winners

The award for best student poster was given to A. Mazid Munshi at Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication at NTNU for the poster Positioned self-catalyzed GaAs nanowire arrays on Si substrates grown by molecular beam epitaxy.

The award for best student presentation was given to Kristin Elisabeth Haugstad at Dept. of Physics at NTNU for the talk on Force probes with picoNewton sensitivity applied to study carbohydrate – carbohydrate self interactions.

 

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Workshop 2012, Trondheim

The workshop in 2012 was arranged at Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel in Trondheim from 11th of June to 13th of June 2012. There were 14 oral presentations, 33 posters and 103 participants. A tour of the NanoLab facilities at NTNU was given on the last day of the workshop.

 

Award winners

The award for best student poster was given to Erik Folven at Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication at NTNU for the poster Controlling the relative spin alignment in AFM/FM nanostructures.

 

The award for best student presentation was given to Vidar Fauske at Dept. of Physics at NTNU for the talk on Transmission electron microscopy study of defects at the interface between GaAs nanowires and a Si-111 substrate.

 

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Workshop 2013, Bergen

The workshop in 2013 was arranged at Bergen Student Centre from 17 to 19 June. We had a total of 14 oral presentations, 25 student posters and 83 participants.

 

Award winners

The award for best student poster was given to Abdul Mazid Munshi at Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication at NTNU for the poster Semiconductor nanowires grown on silicon and graphene substrates for solar cell application.

The award for best student presentation was given to Martin Greve, Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen for his talk titled Optimization of an electron beam lithography instrument for fast, large area writing at ”low” voltage.

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Workshop 2014, Tønsberg

The workshop in 2014 was arranged at Quality Hotel Tønsberg from 16 to 18 June, with 86 participants. There were 10 invited speakers, and the programme was otherwise made up by 21 oral and 16 poster presentations from participants in the network. The last day, a guided tour at HBV MiNaLab was arranged.

 

Award winners

The awards for best student presentation and best poster were won by Federico Mazzola and Jonas Ribe, both from the Department of Physics  at NTNU. Federico Mazzola won the prize for best oral presentation with Unconventional hybrid superconductors? A novel manipulation of manybody interactions, while Jonas Ribe won best poster award with the poster Patterning polydimethylsiloxane by dry etching using metal hard masks.

 

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Workshop 2015, Oslo

The workshop in 2015 was arranged from 15 to 17 June at Scandic Holmenkollen Park Hotel with a record number of 97 participants. We heard 20 talks from PhD and postdoc students and 10 talks from invited speakers from academia and industry. The poster session comprised 23 presentations from PhD and post doc members. We concluded our stay with a guided tour at SINTEF MiNaLab.

 

Award winners

The award for best poster presentation was given to Fredrik K. Olsen, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications at NTNU, with his poster ”Impact of interface coupling in magnetic oxide thin film bilayers”.

The award for best student talk went to Ranveig Flatabø from Department of Physics and Technology, UoB, for her talk ”Charging effect in nanostructures on insulating substrates”.

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Workshop 2016, Trondheim

The workshop in 2016 was arranged from 13 to 15 June at Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim. There were 93 participants in total, of which 9 were invited speakers. We heard 25 oral presentations from PhD and post doc participants, and the poster session consisted of 15 posters.

 

Award winners

Winner of the student award for best poster presentation was Christian Bjørge Thoresen from HSN, with the presentation “Modeling of capacitive touch screen panels for detection of ungrounded tangible objects”.

The best oral presentation was given by Molly Bazilchuk, Dept. of Structural Engineering, NTNU. Her presentation was titled “Squashing tiny balls: electromechanical characterization of particles for conductive adhesives”.

 

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