Scientific Program


SYMPOSIA

A. Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies

A.2 Bionanodesign

This symposium aims to provide opportunities for intensive discussion and exchange of ideas needed to define/solve the scientific and technical challenges for multiscale theory, modeling, simulation and experimentation for the design of bionanomaterials.

Controlling the interface between hard-matter (such as minerals, metals, semiconductors) and biologically-derived soft-matter (such as polymers, lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and peptides/proteins) is crucial to develop novel materials with unique functionalities, fabricated using environmentally-benign techniques. The knowledge of phenomena occurring at bio-inorganic interfaces at nanoscale has come across different scientific and technological fields enabling us to design and develop novel functionalized materials for specialized and basic applications such as biomaterials, nanomaterials, biosensors, nanomedicine (diagnostics, imaging, and therapies), and electronic, magnetic, and photonic devices. The effective material design requires the fundamental understanding of the bionano interfaces and integration of models, as well as the information derived models, various time and length scales.

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Symposium Sponsors:

TOBB_ETU          Nano_Springer_Nature

             TOBB ETU                                NANO SPRINGER NATURE


SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM



Organizers


Ersin Emre Oren
TOBB University of Economics & Technology
Turkey
Phone: +90 (312) 292-4514 / +90 (534) 512-4513
E-mail: eeoren@gmail.com, eeoren@etu.edu.tr

Tiffany R. Walsh
Deakin University
Australia
Phone: +61 35 227 3116
E-mail: tiffany.walsh@deakin.edu.au

Yuhei Hayamizu
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Japan
Phone: +81 3 5734 3651
E-mail: hayamizu.y.aa@m.titech.ac.jp

Goknur Cambaz Buke
TOBB University of Economics & Technology
Turkey
Phone: +90 (312) 292-4179
E-mail: goknurcambaz@gmail.com