Invited Lectures

  Nanocarbons in Energy Storage

Mark H. Rummeli

Soochow University, China; IFW Dresden, Germany; Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Professor Mark Rümmeli is a chartered scientist with a research background in nanotechnology, solid state condensed matter and plasma physics. A visiting professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Zabrze, recently an academic researcher from Soochow University (Suzhou, China). Contributed to research in topics: Carbon nanotube & Graphene. hindex of 63, co-authored 403 publications receiving 14 600 citations. Previous affiliations of Mark H. Rümmeli include Spanish National Research Council & Peking University, Sungkyunkwan University, VSB-TU Ostrava.  Mark has accepted an honorary award of Doctor of Science from London Metropolitan University.

 Jana-kukutschova-leskova Impact of Nanomaterials on Environment

Jana Kukutschová

VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Professor in the field of materials science and engineering  She deals with environmental and health aspects of nanomaterials and chemical metallurgy, h index of 20, published over 100 publications with 1300 citations. Recently vice-rector for science and research, director of PhD Academy at VSB - Technical University of Ostrava.


Nanostructure stability under catalytic reactions: challenges and perspectives

Paolo Fornasiero

University of Trieste | UNITS, Italy

Professor Fornasiero is Associate Researcher of the National Council of Research (CNR) and from 2008 he is the scientific responsible of the CNR Research Unit associated with the Institute of Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds (ICCOM) of Florence and located at the University of Trieste - Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. His scientific interests are the technological applications of material science and heterogeneous catalysis directed to the solution of environmental problems, such as the design of innovative materials for catalytic converters and the design of new catalysts for the production and purification of hydrogen to be used in fuel cells.hindex of 85 co-authored 305 publications receiving 26 200 citations Executive Editor of ACS Catalysis.


 Herr Prof. Jagadeesh Rajenahally

Nanocatalysis for sustainable and advance chemical synthesis 

Jagadeesh Rajenahally

Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock, Germany

Prof. Jagadeesh Rajenahally is a Group Leader at Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT), Germany. His research group works on catalysis for sustainable organic synthesis related to essential fine and bulk chemicals, life science molecules as well as valorization of renewable feedstocks. Important works of his group are published in notable journals: 3 research papers in Science,  around 10 research papers in Nature Publishing Journals and 2 research papers in Cell-Press Journals. Interestingly, one work related to the development of Fe2O3-NPs for industrially important hydrogenation process has been highlighted and featured on the ‘Cover of Science’.


Silicone nanowires for solar energy harvesting and storage 

Martin Foldyna

LPICM, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

Dr. Foldyna is the head of Nanowires for the PV and solar fuels team at CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France. His scientific field focuses on optics, nanophotonics, silicon nanowires, and solar cells for solar electricity production and storage. His more than a hundred publications have been cited 2288 times, his H index is 27 according to a Google Scholar citation report.
 Prof. Pavel Hobza, Dr.Sc. – Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and  Materials

Anisotropic charge distribution on halogen atom, σ-hole, really exists: atomic force microscopy and high-level quantum chemical calculations

Pavel Hobza

 Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS

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Autonomous Micro & Nanorobots for Biomedical and Environmental Remediation Applications

Martin Pumera

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Martin Pumera is the Director of the Center for the Advanced Functional Nanorobots and a tenured faculty member at University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague. He received his Ph. D. at Charles University, Czech Republic, in 2001.


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 15 - 18 May 2023


Nanotechnology Centre, CEET

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