Introduction to Nanoscience – Overview
This course is an initiative from the Center of Nanoscience (CeNS) and it is aimed to provide master students from Physics, Chemistry and Biology a complete and interdisciplinary background around all emerging topics in Nanoscience. The course will be structured as weekly lectures divided in four modules: nano-physics, nano-chemistry, nano-bio and nano-materials. Each module will cover the basics of each field and state of the art methods and applications. The nano-bio module will cover biophysical basics and quantitative description of ligand-binding processes, basics of single-molecule detection and biological applications and single-molecule FRET for study of structural dynamics in proteins. The nano-chemistry one will provide an overview of different nanostructured materials and chemical synthetic routes, looking at the role of the ligands, stability and applications. It will also provide a deep insight into DNA nanotechnology: design, synthesis and applications of intelligent materials. The nano-physics module will present electrical, magnetic and optical properties of nanomaterials, 2D materials and emerging properties in confined materials as well as applications in energy and sustainability. Finally, the nano-materials module will deepen in nanomaterials synthesis and fabrication, characterization techniques at the nanoscale, emerging nanomaterials and applications.
About the lecture
Time and placeHybrid mode – Lectures will be online and in person.
Lectures will take place every Monday from 5 to 7ct pm.
First lecture: 23 October 2023 at 5 pm, Conference room, Nanoinstitute Munich, Königinstraße 10
Zoom details will be provided by email to the students that enroll in the Lecture.
Monday 17:00-19:00 c.t.
Some lectures will take place in Chemistry and some in Physics
(depending on the module, this will be discussed in the first lecture)
Room in Physics: Conference room, Nanoinstitute Munich, Königinstraße 10
Room in Chemistry: Room D0.001, Building D, Butenandtstr. 9, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, LMU
Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: Prof. Dr. Emiliano Cortés