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Posted: Nov 15, 2010

Free online events on nanotechnology for solar energy

(Nanowerk News) In December, ICPC NanoNet offers two free online worksops on Nanotechnology for Solar Energy: 6 December 2010, 12.45-14.30 GMT (13.45-15.30 CET) and 20 December, 9.30-11.15 GMT (10.30-12.15 CET).
This online workshop on 'Nanotechnology for Solar Energy' enables nanoscientists working in this field to meet and find out about each other's expertise, infrastructure and research interests. The invited speakers include Prof Dr Teketel Yohannes Anshebo, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Prof Dr Aldo Di Carlo, Associate Professor, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy; Prof Dr Carlo Taliani, ISMN-CNR Bologna Division, Bologna, Italy and Dr Nadia Camaioni, Istituto CNR-ISOF, Bologna, Italy. The prospective audience consists of nanoscientists specialising in solar energy from Europe and International Cooperation Partner Countries to the EU (emerging economies and developing countries).
Participation is free for registered users of the ICPC-NanoNet website sign up free of charge).
About the speakers
Prof Dr Teketel Yohannes Anshebo, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,

www.sc.aau.edu.et/

portal.ictp.it/energynet/african-school-on-nanoscience-for-solar-energy-conversion

Prof Dr Aldo Di Carlo, Associate Professor, Head of the Opto&Nanoelectronics group (OLAB), Dept. Electronics Engineering, Univ. of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy

www.optolab.uniroma2.it/team/staff/aldo-di-carlo.html

Prof Dr Carlo Taliani, Institute for Nanostructred Materials Studies, ISMN-CNR Bologna Division, Bologna, Italy

www.bo.ismn.cnr.it

Dr Nadia Camaioni, Istituto CNR-ISOF, Bologna, Italy

www.isof.cnr.it/indexeng.html

Source: ICPC NanoNet
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