18.01.2019

Nanoseminars and dissertations

Everyone interested in the topic is warmly welcome to come listen to students and researchers present their research! Nanoseminars are arranged during the academic year on a weekly basis on Friday afternoons at 13:00. Talk starts at 13:15, usually in YN121. We have several dissertations on topics related to physics, chemistry, and cell and molecular biology. See the nano-related dissertations during the year here

Nanoseminars and dissertations of the year 2019

  • 18.1. at 12:00-13:00 in Ruusupuisto entrance hall, Ruusupuisto lunch seminar
    Speaker: Academy Research Fellow Elina Kalenius 
  • 15.2. at 13:00 in YN330 Nanoseminar 
    Speaker: Prof. Jasper van Thor (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
  • 22.2. at 12:15 in FYS1 Dissertation "Nanomaterial distortions simulated effectively: the technique and its nanocarbon applications".
    Speaker: Oleg Kit (Department of Physics)
  • 1.3. at 12:15 Dissertation
    Speaker: Luis Cort Barrada (Department of Physics)
  • 15.3. at 12:00-13:00 in Ruusupuisto entrance hall, Ruusupuisto lunch seminar
    Speaker: Prof. Mika Pettersson
  • 12.4. at 12:00-13:00 in Ruusupuisto entrance hall, Ruusupuisto lunch seminar
    Speaker: Prof. Perttu Permi 
  • 17.5. at 12:00-13:00 in Ruusupuisto entrance hall, Ruusupuisto lunch seminar: "From pathogen to medicine: Using viruses to treat serious diseases"
    Speaker: Senior Lecturer Maija Vihinen-Ranta

Light and Matter seminars

  • Light and Matter seminars are arranged every second week on Mondays at 9:00 in YN330.

Nanophysics Theory seminars 

  • Nanophysics Theory seminars will be every week on Tuesday at 14:30-15:30 in YN122. 

Multidisciplinary life sciences seminar 

  • Seminar series on Fridays at 12:00-13:00 in Ruusupuisto entrance hall. The event takes 2 x 20 minutes and discussion.

Seminars by the departments:

Previous seminars and dissertations