Co-organised by Joseph Zyss
and Malcolm Buckle
Institut d'Alembert, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan
This innovative, ambitious, international scientific meeting will focus on a large emerging multifaceted discipline at the crossroads of nanotechnologies and life sciences. A major aim will be to present a critical overview of the productive synergy that is being established between physical sciences and life sciences illustrated by important advances in such disciplines as nano biochemistry, novel high resolution cellular imagery methods, nanophotonics and new generations of bio components integrating optoelectronics and microfluidics.
A further object of the meeting is to integrate the following different disciplines involved at both fundamental and applied levels: physics, chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, component technology and biotechnologies; the development of novel investigative approaches and implementation on a nanoscale being a common shared element amongst most of these axes.
Please note that a session "COST MP0604 - Optical Micro-Manipulation by Nonlinear Nanophotonics
" will take place within the meeting (tuesday morning) which will be open to all attendees of the meeting.
For a more detailed description please download the complete overview