Another occasion confirming the close collaboration between CNR-ISM and the University of Rome Tor Vergata is the award of a PhD in Electronic Engineering (XXXVI Cycle) to Giuseppe Ammirati with the thesis "A Multiscale Study of Novel Semitransparent Materials for Photovoltaic Application" which took place on April 19th with internal supervisor Prof. Aldo Di Carlo and external supervisor Daniele Catone of the CNR-ISM. The research activities were mainly carried out at the EuroFel Support Laboratory (EFSL) of the CNR-ISM.
Congratulations Giuseppe for the goal achieved!

A high-level Material Science Master degree, funded by EU that finances both the management of the programme and the scholarships to the best students from around the world.

17th November, 11:00am (CET) - CNR Sala Convegni - Area di Ricerca di Roma1- Montelibretti (RM) - also -

Oddur Ingólfsson from the Science Institute of the University of Iceland will present a discussion on fundamental aspects of electron-induced dissociative processes, focusing on their role in Focused Electron Beam-Induced Deposition (FEBID) and Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUVD). Insights will be provided on chemically controlling these processes through dissociative electron bonding, aiming to tailor the sensitivity of FEBID precursor potentials and EUVD resist materials to preferential pathways, optimizing their efficiency and induced chemistry control.

31st October, 11:00am (CET) - CNR Area della Ricerca di Tor Vergata - Aula IB09 - also -

The Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) is the first space University in Asia, established in 2007. IIST provides very well-trained workforce to the Indian space program and is actively involved in front-end research in space technology and science, playing a key role in Atomic and Molecular Physics (AMP), Electric Propulsion Diagnostics (EPDL) and Sensors and Payloads Labs (SPDL). Prof. U.R. Kadhane from the Dept. of Physics of IIST, will present a brief summary of the activities pursued in these three labs.

On March 29 the online conference "Out-of-equilibrium processes and laser-chemistry: from biospheres to cosmos" in memory of Prof. Anna Giardini will take place. The conference will be live-streamed from the Library of the National Academy of Sciences called off the XL

Prof. Aldo Di Carlo, Director of the Institute of Structure of Matter, was designated by Prof. Maria Chiara Carrozza, President of the National Research Council, as the institution's representative on the Scientific Advisory Council of the "Rome Technopole Foundation RomeTech”, based in Rome.

The “Italy-Korea Forum on Science Technology and Innovation” is the main technical-scientific event between Italy and South Korea, which aims to strengthen the scientific and industrial collaboration between the two countries.
The Forum, organized by the Korean National Research Foundation in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Seoul and with the support of the Ministry of Science and ICT of the Republic of Korea, was held from 20 to 22 June in Seoul.

#cooperation #science #technology #Italy #Korea #forum

The Sensocard project run by Microsis S.r.l. and CNR-ISM has developed a prototype system for the automatic identification of predictive markers of fatal arrhythmias as well as acute myocardial heart attack and sudden death syndrome.

#porFESR #biosensor #electrospray #troponin #marker #heartattack #SENSOCARD

The nM2-Lab @CNR_ISM organizes the second event of the series AIMagn Colloquia, that will be held in Genoa on March 18th, 11.30 pm at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry (DCCI). The colloquium on “Smart magnetic nanofluids” will aim at providing a platform to discuss and debate about some of the most recent developments in the field. It includes a keynote lecture given by Prof. G. Friedman (Drexel University, USA) on Magnetic Nanoparticle Micro-robotics, followed by a series of selected talks given by national expert on the topic.

#magnetism  #magneticnanoparticles  #AIMagn

The Computational School on Ab-initio Many-Body Methods and Simulations with the Yambo Code will introduce many-body perturbation theory (MBPT) approaches and specifically to first-principles excited-state simulations using the YAMBO. code.
The target participants are graduate students, postdocs, and researchers who are interested in learning or in improving their knowledge and skills to calculate electronic and optical properties of an efficient, beyond the well-known DFT limitations and using an efficient, highly parallelized and accurate many-body computational tool.

#ab_initio, #yambo_code, #school, #computational_physics, #condensed_matter, #manybody_perturbation_theory, #quasiparticles, #excitons, #highperformancecomputing, #gpu

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