Université de Bordeaux
 

Timetable & learning outcomes

Course content is delivered remotely and will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the principles behind the design and applications of structured surfaces employing colloidal building blocks.

Tentative program

Please note: sessions will take place between 08.30 and 19.40 CEST each day. Some self-guided work may be required throughout the summer school.

Monday

June 14th

Tuesday

June 15th

Wednesday

June 16th 

Thursday 

June 17th

Friday

June 18th

 

 08.30 - 09.50

Shape-controlled synthesis of nanoparticles - part 1
Prof. Gi-Ra Yi

08.30 - 09.50

Shape-controlled synthesis of nanoparticles - part 2
Prof. Gi-Ra Yi

 

 

 08.30 - 09.50

Convective assembly of nanomaterials with a focus on stick-slip and disorder
Dr. Glenna Drisko 

 09.50 - 11.10

Nanostructured materials for light manipulation: general concepts and technological approaches - part 1
Dr. Béatrice Dagens

09.50 - 11.10

Colloidal nanostructures: nano-chirality and chiroptical effects - part 2
Prof. Gil Markovich

 09.50 - 11.10

Flash talks

09.50 - 11.10

Patterning inorganic and hybrid porous materials: self-organization of cracks in colloidal assemblies - part 2
Dr. Marco Faustini 

 11.10 - 11.30

Break

11.10 - 11.30

Break

11.10 - 11.30

Break

 

11.10 - 11.30

Break

 11.30 - 12.50

Directed assembly of colloidal nanoparticles by nanoxerography
Prof. Laurence Ressier

11.30 - 12.50

Basic principles of neutron reflectivity - part 1
Dr. Fabrice Cousin

 

 11.30 - 12.50

DNA directed organization of organic and inorganic materials - part 2
Dr. Gaetan Bellot

 11.30 - 12.50

Nano-manufacturing using block copolymers: hybridization of block copolymer structures and related applications - part 2
Dr. Guillaume Fleury

13.30 - 14.00

Participant welcome and introduction

      

 

 
 

 

    

14.00 - 15.20

Colloidal nanostructures: generalities & magnetic properties in individual and assembled nanoparticles - part 1
Prof. Gil Markovich

14.00 - 15.20

Virtual escape game

 

15.20 - 16.40

Nano-manufacturing using block copolymers:directed self-assembly - part 1
Dr. Guillaume Fleury

 

16.40 - 17.00

Break

17.00 - 18.20

Self-assembly using DNA as programmable molecules - part 1
Dr. Gaetan Bellot

17.00 - 18.20

Patterning inorganic and hybrid porous materials: nanoimprint lithography - part 1
Dr. Marco Faustini

 

 17.00 - 18.20

Applications of neutron reflectivity to soft functional materials - part 2
Dr. Fabrice Cousin

18.30 - 19.30

Virtual icebreaker

 18.20 - 19.40

Flash talks

 18.20 - 19.40

Nanostructured materials for light manipulation: examples in photonics - part 2
Dr. Béatrice Dagens

Expertise upon completion

This summer school offers a unique opportunity to develop deep knowledge in surface patterning and colloidal assembly through a multidisciplinary program which aims to link engineering of building blocks with nanofabrication methods and advanced characterization techniques to the functional properties of nanostructured surfaces.

A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.

Program may be subject to change.



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