On 27th September, 2011 at 6 p.m. we gathered in Dziekanat (B-10) to make the election of PhoBiA board for a new academic year. Come and join to create our association. All candidates are asked to prepare a few sentences to convince the other members 🙂
We would like to invite all PANIC organizers and participants for the after-conference party in Dziekanat at 6 p.m. to summarize the conference and discuss about how to make the future eddition even more successful.
Photonics and Bionanotechnology Association “PhoBiA” would like to invite you to the PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference “PANIC” which will take place from 25th to 27th of May, 2011 in Wroclaw.
The first meeting of PhoBiA in new academic year (2010/2011) is taking place on 25th November, 2010 at 3 a.m. We are gathering in Tawerna (A-0) to discus plans for next year. All PhoBiA mambers as well as all of you who want to join PhoBiA or simply get to know more about us are kindly invited.
PhoBiA is organizing a conference! PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference “PANIC” will take place in Wroclaw, from 28 to 30 April 2010. More details you can find here. There is one month left to register and send us an abstract, so make up your mind and write to us!
Registration deadline 15th March
First Polish – French Workshop on Organic Electronics and Nanophotonics organized by Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry and Institute of Physics from Wrcolaw University of Technology took place in Świeradów Zdrój. A strong representation of PhoBiA participated in the event with four posters and oral presentation of our supervisor dr Katarzyna Matczyszyn.
For all interested in meeting interesting people and broadening the scientific contacts – on Saturday, May 23rd there will be a meeting of PhoBiA members with the initiative OM-in-nano group. The meeting will take place in Wisznia Mala. How to get right to the place you can see here. If you are going by bus here you have the timetable of buses to Trzebnica, and exact position of the bus stop in Wisznia Mala.
OM-in-nano (“Organometallics in nanophotonics”) is a project which will be carried out at the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at Wroclaw University of Technology. As we can read on the webpage – this project will combine the experience in tailoring optical response of organometallics with the nanophotonics/biophotonics perspective and – it is currently seeking students (after the third year of studies), PhD students and postdoctoral fellows. If you want to know more — read here.