Adam Mickiewicz UniversityNanoBioMedical Centre
THE PHD PROGRAM IN NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGYThis outstanding PhD program refers to the research of nanomaterials and nanostructures and their applications to biology and medicine: Cell manipulation, Neuroscience, Biosensors, Tissue Engineering, Detection/ Therapy.
is a multidisciplinary unit focused on the education on both master and doctoral level in nanoscience and nanotechnology. Its potential originates from four Poznan universities: Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poznań University of Technology, and Adam Mickiewicz University. The graduates and postgraduate are expected to be the top-class specialists having both interdisciplinary research and managerial skills needed to successfully compete on the European Research Area.
3rd Summer Symposium on Nanomaterials and their application to Biology and Medicine 16th - 19th June 2013, Poznań, PolandThe Symposium is a series of international conferences which are held yearly since 2011 and is addressed to PhD students and scientists interested in nanoscience and nanotechnology applied to biomedicine. The Symposium covers the following topics: Nanomedical applications, including drug delivery systems (targeting, intracellular tracking, bioimaging, biopharmaceutics) and tissue engineering (scaffolds) Design, fabrication and characterization of nanomaterials and nanostructures (including bottom-up and top-down techniques) Biosensors (nanobiological processess, cell sensors, biomembranes, nanocapsules, monitoring of the pharmaceutical therapy at the cellular level) Transport properties of nanostructures and nanomaterials Cell manipulation Neuroscience (neuroscience and psychophysiology, refraction and binocular vision, eye disease etiology, optical properties of materials to diagnose diseases of the eye, prosthetic eye) Detection and Therapy with the use of Nanomaterials Nanoelectronics Characterization of nanomaterials/nanostructures: diffusion NMR, NMR Microimaging, MRI Imaging, Electron Spin Resonance, Electron Spin Resonance Imaging (ESRI), UHV STM, SQUID, Correlation Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, SAXS, WAXS, X-ray Diffraction and Tomography, AFM, AFM/Raman, High Resolution TEM, TEM&SEM Microscopies, SNOM, Confocal and Fluorescence Microscopies, computational methods.
FACULTY OF PHYSICSFACULTY OF PHYSICS is located in MORASKO CAMPUS: one of the most modern of its kind in Poland. Faculty employs over 270 people, including 70 independent workers and 28 academic professors. Department has the authority to award the academic degree of doctor of physical sciences in three areas: astronomy, physics and biophysics and postdoctoral physical sciences in the field of physics.
The main directions of research activity is theoretical and experimental study of solid state physics, atomic and molecular optics and quantum optics, quantum computing and biophysics. The science is supported by the huge potential of laboratories: NMR, EPR and NQR and ultrafast optical spectroscopy. The scientific activity of the Faculty provides the number of published scientific papers. In 1999-2005 Department officials have published nearly 1,300 scientific papers of international (including more than 1,000 so-called The list of Philadelphia). The Faculty offers attractive bachelor and master programmes in the three fields of study: Physics, Astronomy, and Acoustics. Currently, more than 1,500 full-time students and more than 250 students on part-time programs study here.
Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU) in Poznanis one of the leading Polish universities that serves 47,000 students who can choose from over 250 Master and PhD programmes. Poznan is a thriving city, situated only 300 km west of Warsaw (capital city) and 240 km east of Berlin (Germany). Over 120 thousands of students stay here and enjoy the academic atmosphere.
CONTACTProf. Stefan Jurga
Director of NanoBioMedical Centre,
ul. Umultowska 85,
61-614 Poznan, Poland
phone/fax: +48 61 829 51 57
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mpd-cnbm.amu.pl