Archive for the ‘Poster Prize’ Category

Congratulations to the winners of the Nanoscale Horizons Presentation Award at the 20th Annual Meeting of Society of Nano Science and Technology

The 20th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nano Science and Technology took place online from 20–22 May 2022. Nanoscale Horizons was delighted to support a Presentation Award at this event, intended for early career researchers, and we would like to congratulate the two winners who both received a glass plaque as part of the award!

Professor Yoichi Kobayashi Professor Yuya Tanaka
Professor Yoichi Kobayashi (Ritsumeikan University)
Presentation Title: “Quasi-reversible photoelimination of organic ligands of semiconductor nanocrystals”
Professor Yuya Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Presentation Title: “Development of redox-responsive organometallic molecular switches”
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2019 Alberta Nanosymposium: congratulations to the prize winners

The 6th Annual Alberta NANO Reseach Symposium took place 2 – 3 May 2019. The theme this year was NaNoTeCH: celebrating the periodic table, and keynote talks were presented by Dr Shirley Tang, University of Waterloo, and Dr Robert Carpick, University of Pennsylvania.

Congratulations to the two winners of the Poster Awards that were presented during the meeting!

Taylor Lynk was awarded the Chemical Science Poster Award.

Nidhika Bhoria was awarded the Nanoscale Horizons Poster Award.

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Congratulations to the prize winners at ESRW 2018

On 13-14 June 2018 the 8th Early Stage Researchers Workshop on Nanoscience was held at IMDEA nanociencia.

The workshop is organized by and for young researchers with the purpose of bringing together early carreer scientists from different disciplines to present their research work in the field of Nanoscience to the public for the first time.

More than 80 young researchers attended the meeting and it was a great success, promoting discussions and creating lots of new academic links between attendees. More information can be found on the IMDEA nanociencia website: http://www.nanociencia.imdea.org/home-en/news/item/8th-edition-of-the-early-stage-researchers-workshop-on-nanoscience 

Nanoscale Horizons and Nanoscale sponsored several prizes at the meeting for both oral presentations and poster presentations.

We are delighted to congratulate Leyre De Juan and María Salvador Fernández for their excellent posters, and both Fernando Jiménez and Julia Villalva for their fantastic talks!

 

Well done to everyone involved!

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Prize Winners at PANIC nano Conference 2017

Congratulations to the Nanoscale Horizons Award winners from the PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference (PANIC 2017)! This interdisciplinary conference aimed to gather young scientists working on the borders between chemistry, physics, and biology in order to help them to share their knowledge on photonoics, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, and organic electronics.

 

The best oral presentation was awarded to Maciej Chrzanowski, for his talk on Synthesis of double shell type-II semiconductor nanocrystals for lasing applications.

The best poster presentation was awarded to Katarzyna Brach, for her poster describing DNA liquid crystals doped with AuAg nanoclusters.

 

 

 

Both winners will receive a free personal online subscription to Nanoscale for one year, as well as a signed certificate from the Executive Editor of Nanoscale Horizons.

Congratulations from the Nanoscale Horizons Team!

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Prize winners at PANIC 2016

Nanoscale Horizons is thrilled to congratulate two prize winners from PANIC 2016: PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference, April, 18-20 2016 Wroclaw, Poland.

Karolina Smolarek, from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, received the Best Poster Prize for her poster on Enhanced luminescence of organic light-emitting diodes with metallic nanoparticles.

Lukasz Janasz, from Lodz University of Technology, received the Best Oral Presentation for his presentation on Ultrathin poly(3-hexylthiophene) films with controllable, nanofibrill morphology for application in organic, field-effect transistors.

Please join us in congratulating them!

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Poster prize winners at the 10th Sino-US Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology

Many congratulations to Chuanbo Gao and Mengyu Yan for winning the Nanoscale and Nanoscale Horizons poster prizes at the 10th Sino-US Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology.

Chuanbo, from the Xi’An Jiaotong University, and Mengyu, from Wuhan University, won prizes for their posters entitled “Etching-free epitaxial growth of gold on silver nanostructures for high chemical stability and plasmonic activity” and “Vanadium oxide/graphene nanocomposite for advanced lithium battery”, respectively.

The 10th Sino-US Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology took place from 26th to 28th June 2015 at Wuhan University of Technology, China. The conference is organised by the Wuhan University of Technology, University of California, Los Angeles, and Wuhan University, and aims to provide a platform for scholars, experts, research institutes, and companies to share the latest research progress in nanoscience and technology research. This year’s event was the largest symposium ever held in the history of the Forum, with over 1,000 participants. Further details are available on the conference website.

Nanoscale and Nanoscale Horizons will be awarding more prizes throughout the year – keep an eye out to find out about the winners!

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