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6. Materials` Days and

Øresund Brokerage Rostock 2010

September 16th - 17th


September 16th: Townhall of Hansestadt Rostock, Neuer Markt 1

Townhall of Rostock

September 17th: Societät Rostock maritim e.V., Building of the Maritim Museum (Schifffahrtsmuseum), August-Bebel-Str. 1

Museum about shipping in Rostock

Organized by

Prof. Eberhard Burkel University of Rostock
Dr. Christian Theel , INP Greifswald
Prof. Lars Montelius, Director for Øresund Materials, Chief Executive Director, Øresund University & Øresund Science Region, Professor in Nanotechnology at nmC@LU, Lund University, Sweden.

Poster and Flyer

When the schedule is finally, you will find here a poster and a flyer with the program to download.

Poster for the public lecture: Nano -Science - Art
A3-Poster for the public lecture: "Nano - Science - Art" to download as PDF


Hint to Use this Program Page: To get more Information about the lecturers and their topics at Materials' Days 2010, please click the names.

Thursday September 16th

Introductory Session

8:30 Welcome/Grußworte
Dr. Liane Melzer, Senator of the Hansestadt Rostock,
Prof. Wolfgang Schareck, Rektor, Rostock University,
8:45 Nanowires in Biology with special emphasis on NeuroNanoscience
Prof. Lars Montelius, Professor in Nanotechnology, Lund University
9:30 Nanostructured Materials by SPS Sintering
Prof. Dr. Bernd Kieback , Fraunhofer-Institut für Fertigungstechnik und Angewandte Materialforschung Dresden, Germany
10:15 Coffee break
10:45 Cell-biomaterials Interactions at the nanoscale
Prof. Mario A. Barbosa, INEB- Institute for Biomedical Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
11:30 Delayed Luminescence as an intrinsic probe to investigate cell’s state
Prof. Agata Scordino, Institute of Physics, University of Catania, Italy

12:15 Lunch break

Øresund Brigde
Photo from ØRESUND ORG


Øresund Brokerage

13:00 - 18:00

 Hint: Here you find
more information about Øresund Brokerage 2010
13:00 Welcome of the participants

Mr. Thilo Streit
Ministry for Education, Science and Culture Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Head of Unit Research- and Technologytransfer
13:10 Keynotes

A perspective for the creation of a Material Science Community in the Greater Øresund Area
Prof. Lars Montelius, Chief Executive Director Øresunds University & Øresund Science Region, Professor in Nanotechnology at nmC@LU, Lund University, Sweden.

Material Science for Life, Energy and Environment in Mecklenburg- Vorpommern, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein
Prof. Dr. Eberhard Burkel, Physics of New Materials, University of Rostock

Towards a Baltic Sea Knowledge Region - reflections and perspectives.
Monica Schofield, Director International Cooperation & EU Office, TuTech Innovation
14:00 Presentation of project ideas from Sweden Denmark and Germany
at most 3 minutes per each project idea

Session 1

(in the "Festsaal")

Material Sciences & Life Sciences

To the List of project ideas

Session 2

(in the "Bürgerschaftssaal")

Energy & Environment

To the List of project ideas
16:45 Poster presentation and coffee break
17:30 Poster awards and conclusions

18:00 Break

Session: Public Lecture / Öffentlicher Vortrag (in German)

Prof. Manfred P. Kage, Institut für wissenschaftliche Fotografie, Lauterstein
Diatoms, SEM, SciencephotoLIBRARY of
Photo from SCIENCEphotoLIBRARY of www.kage-mikrofotografie.de.,
© Prof. Manfred P. Kage

Evening: Harbour Cruise with Buffet and Matchmaking

Harbour Cruise with Buffet

Friday September 17th

Nanotechnology and Biology

8:30 Nanoscale elecromechanics: from oxides to biomaterials
Dr. Andrei L. Kholkin, Department of Ceramics and Glass engineering and Composite Materials (CICECO), University of Aveiro, Portugal
9:00 Miniaturized mechanical sensors
Prof. Maria Tenje, Nano Systems Engineering, Department of Micro and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
9:30 How to use magnetic nanoparticles for minimal-invasive tumor treatments
Prof. Dr. Ingrid Hilger, AG Experimentelle Radiologie / Forschungszentrum Lobeda, Institut für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie am Universitätsklinikum Jena
10:00 Magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications
Kerstin Witte , Physics of New Materials, Universität Rostock

10:20 Coffee Break

New Materials for Harvesting Energy

10:50 Materials and Components processing for advanced Energy Conversion Systems
Prof. Detlev Stöver, Institute for Energy Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich
11:30 Functional perovskites for energy technologies
Andrey Shkabko, EMPA, Material Science & Technology, Laboratory for Solid State Chemistry and Catalysis, Duebendorf, Switzerland
12:00 Light driven Hydrogen Generation: Efficient Iron-based Water Reduction Catalysts
Dr. Henrik Junge, Catalysis, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V. , Rostock

12:20 Lunch Break

Nanostructured Materials and New Technologies

13:30 SPS processing of ferroelectric ceramics
Prof. Mike Reece, Functional Materials, Department of Materials, Queen Mary University of London, UK
14:15 Nano- and multifunctional ceramics through non-equilibrium processing
Prof. Zhijian Shen, Arrhenius Laboratory, University Stockholm, Sweden
15:00 Field Assisted Sintering Technology – Future Aspects
Dipl.-Ing. Heinz Kessel, FCT Systeme GmbH, Rauenstein,
This lecture was presented by Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Kessel.


Inauguration of the Sinterfacility

16:00 Site Visit with Refreshments Photos
17:00 Closing remarks

Site Visits Upon Appointment

Research Center of Biosystems Technology and Biomaterials
Rostock-Warnemünde (Profs. Schmitz, Weiss, Stoll)
Live Cell Imaging Center
University of Rostock, Inst. of Biological Sciences (Prof. Weiss)
Biomedical Research Center, Rostock (Prof. Rychly)