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The ICMAB is partner of Nano2fun, a new ITN project

16-10-2013 12-42-35

 

Nanochemistry of molecular materials for 2-photon functional applications (Nano2Fun) is an Initial Training Network  (ITN) Project funded by the European Commission through FP7-Marie Curie Actions.

Nano2Fun’s main target is the education of a new generation of scientists for the development, via breakthrough research, of two technologically relevant applications, namely two-photon microscopy (2PM) and two-photon polymerization (2PP), with enormous applicative potential in bioimaging, biomedicine, and rapid prototyping techniques.

Nano2Fun proposes a coordinated effort of 16 first-level and world-recognized research laboratories in the academic and private sectors, located in 10 different countries. The teams have well-established expertise in the diverse and complementary research fields of molecular and supramolecular synthesis, advanced optical spectroscopy and photophysics, theory and 2PM/2PP technological applications.

Nano2Fun’s starting date is 1st September 2013, and will be active for 4 years. A total of 12 early-stage researchers (PhD) and 5 experienced researchers (Post Doc) will be trained

For more information Please visit:

http://www.nano2fun.eu

 

See more posts on ICMAB related to: Nano2fun , Nanomol , bioimaging , biomedicine , photon , polymerization

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