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Back in 2013, ImagineNano event has strengthened its position as the main event dedicated to nanoscience and nanotechnology in Europe. The outstanding results of participation that have been reached and the interest created by the discussions, have laid the foundations for the upcoming edition. ImagineNano 2015 is now an established event and is considered one of the largest European in the field. The event is an excellent platform for communication between science and business, bringing together Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in the same place. Internationally renowned speakers will be presenting the latest trends and discoveries in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Under the same roof will be held 5 International Conferences (Graphene, NanoSpain Chemistry, Bio&Med, Toxicology and PPM), a huge exhibition showcasing cutting-edge advances in nanotechnology research and development, an industrial forum and a brokerage event.

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  • O n b e h a l f o f t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l ,

    S c i e n t i f i c a n d T e c h n i c a l

    C o m m i t t e e s w e t a k e g r e a t

    p l e a s u r e i n w e l c o m i n g y o u t o

    B i l b a o f o r t h e t h i r d e d i t i o n o f

    I m a g i n e N a n o .

    Back in 2013, ImagineNano event has strengthened its position as the main event dedicated to nanoscience

    and nanotechnology in Europe. The outstanding results of participation that have been reached and the

    interest created by the discussions, have laid the foundations for the upcoming edition.

    ImagineNano 2015 is now an established event and is considered one of the largest European in the field

    event is an excellent platform for communication between science and business, bringing

    Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in the same place.

    Internationally renowned speakers will be presenting the latest trends and discoveries in

    Nanotechnology.

    Under the same roof will be held 5 International Conferences (Graphene, NanoSpain Chemistry,

    Toxicology and PPM), a huge exhibition showcasing cutting-edge advances in nanotechnolog

    development, an industrial forum and a brokerage event.

    ImagineNano will gather the global nanotechnology community, including researchers, industry

    and investors.The latest trends and discoveries in N&N from some of the worlds leading players in the field

    will be discussed.

    We would like to thank all participants, sponsors and exhibitors that joined us this year.

    The Basque Country demonstrates its strengths in nanoscience, micro and nanotechnology, and positions

    itself as a major player in the nano world, reason why ImagineNano will be organized for the 3

    Bilbao.

    Theres no doubt that ImagineNano 2015 is the right place to see and be seen.

    Hope to see you again in the next edition of ImagineNano (2017).

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    event has strengthened its position as the main event dedicated to nanoscience

    and nanotechnology in Europe. The outstanding results of participation that have been reached and the

    ming edition.

    the largest European in the field. The

    event is an excellent platform for communication between science and business, bringing together

    Internationally renowned speakers will be presenting the latest trends and discoveries in Nanoscience and

    nferences (Graphene, NanoSpain Chemistry, Bio&Med,

    edge advances in nanotechnology research and

    ImagineNano will gather the global nanotechnology community, including researchers, industry, policymakers

    The latest trends and discoveries in N&N from some of the worlds leading players in the field

    exhibitors that joined us this year.

    emonstrates its strengths in nanoscience, micro and nanotechnology, and positions

    itself as a major player in the nano world, reason why ImagineNano will be organized for the 3rd

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  • I m a g i n e N a n o 2 0 1 5

    General Index

    Plenary Sess ion 7

    Graphene 13

    NanoSpa in Bio&Med 177

    NanoSpa in Chemistry 217

    NanoSpa in Tox ico logy 263

    PPM 291

    Industr ia l Forum 339

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    Juan Ignacio Cirac (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany)

    Quantum simulations with atoms in nano-structures 11 Jean-Marie Lehn (University of Strasbourg, France)

    The Self-Organization Approach 12

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    Q u a n t u m s i m u l a t i o n s w i t h a t o m s i n

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    Max Planck Institut fr Quantenoptik, Garching, Germany

    Many-body quantum systems are very hard to

    simulate with classical computers, as the running

    time increases exponentially with the size of the

    system. Quantum simulation offers a way to

    circumvent this problem. A quantum simulator is a

    system where interactions can be engineered,

    such that its dynamics correspond to the ones of

    the system one wants to emulate. Ultra-cold

    atoms in optical lattices can be used for that

    purpose; in particular, to simulate many-body

    problems that appear in strongly-correlated

    systems. In this talk I will briefly review the field of

    quantum simulations and show how photonic

    crystal structures can be used to design

    subwavelength optical lattices in two dimensions

    for ultracold atoms, achieving a better

    performance than current experimental set-ups.

    Furthermore, guided modes can be used for

    photon-induced large and strongly long-range

    interactions between trapped atoms, giving rise to

    quantum simulations which cannot be performed

    with other systems.

    Juan Ignacio Cirac

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    T h e S e l f - O r g a n i z a t i o n A p p r o a c h

    ISIS, Universit de Strasbourg, France

    Supramolecular chemistry is actively exploring

    systems undergoing self-organization, i.e. systems

    capable of spontaneously generating well-defined

    functional supramolecular architectures by self-

    assembly from their components, on the basis of

    the molecular information stored in the covalent

    framework of the components and read out at the

    supramolecular level through specific interactional

    algorithms, thus behaving as programmed

    chemical systems.

    The implementation of molecular information

    controlled, programmed and functional systems

    allows the spontaneous but controlled generation

    of well-defined, functional molecular and

    supramolecular architectures of nanometric size

    through self-organization by design . It represents

    a means of performing programmed engineering

    and processing of functional nanostructures. It

    offers a very powerful alternative or complement

    to nanofabrication and to nanomanipulation for

    the development of nanoscience and

    nanotechnology.

    Supramolecular entities as well as molecules

    containing reversible bonds are able to undergo a

    continuous change in constitution by

    reorganization and exchange of building blocks.

    This capability allows for self-organisation with

    selection and defines a Constitutional Dynamic

    Chemistry (CDC) on both the molecular and

    supramolecular levels. CDC introduces a paradigm

    shift with respect to constitutionally static

    chemistry. It takes advantage of dynamic

    constitutional diversity to enable variation and

    selection and thus adaptation.

    These approaches have been implemented in the

    generation of functional organic and inorganic

    nanostructures for molecular and supramolecular

    electronics, spintronics and mechanics.

    Jean-Marie Lehn

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    G r a p h e n e 2 0 1 5 C o n t r i b u t i o n s

    A l p h a b e t i c a l O r d e r

    I : I n v i t e d / K : K e y n o t e / O : O r a l / P h D : O r a l P h D Page

    Adam, Shaffique (NUS, Singapore)

    Disorder induced magnetoresistance in graphene and other materials I 21

    Ahmad, Rezal Khairi (NanoMalaysia, Malaysia) National Graphene Action Plan 2020 - Malaysia's Value Proposition

    Abstract not available I -

    Ajayan, Pulickel (Rice University, USA) Materials Science of Two Dimensional Atomic Layers

    K 22

    Akinwande, Deji (Univ. Texas at Austin, USA)

    Flexible Black Phosphorus Transistors: Materials, Devices, and Radio Circuits I 23

    Akinwande, Deji (Univ. Texas at Austin, USA) NASCENT

    I 24

    Alonso-Gonzlez, Pablo (CIC nanoGUNE, Spain) Two Dimensional Nanooptics with Graphene Plasmons

    O 25

    Alpuim, Pedro (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal) Wafer-scale fabrication of planar solution-gated graphene field-effect transistors for biosensing

    O 26

    Amara, Hakim (ONERA/CNRS, France) Nitrogen-doped graphene: a theoretical point of view

    O 28

    Artaud, Alexandre (CEA, France)

    Graphene growth by magical sizes graphene nanoclusters assembly on Re(0001) PhD 29

    Auger, Jean-Marie (EC-Flagships Unit, Belgium) Future plans for EU Graphene Flagship

    I 31

    Aydin, Omur Isil (IMEP-LAHC, France)

    Robust fabrication of suspended structures from CVD graphene O 32

    Balan, Adrian (CEA, France) The effect of defects produced by electron irradiation on the electrical properties of graphene and

    MoS2

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    Balasubramanian, Kannan (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany) Electrochemical modification of graphene to enhance its electronic and vibrational properties

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    Barbone, Matteo (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)

    Spin diffusion length in LSMOgraphene spin valves PhD 35

    Baringhaus, Jens (Leibniz Universitt, Institut fr Festkrperphysik, Germany) Exceptional ballistic transport in self-assembled sidewall graphene nanoribbons

    O 36

    Barlas, Yafis (University of California at Riverside, USA ) Anomalous Hall Effect in ferromagnetic graphene

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    Biel, Blanca (Universi

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