Programm 2021

Mittwoch, 21. April 2021

10:00 Opening of the 9th NRW Nano Conference
Dr. Harald Cremer, Cluster NMWP.NRW
Dr. Kirsten Bender, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy
Markus Lewe, Münster Mayor
10:25 Plenary Talk
Prof. Dr. Ina Schieferdecker, Federal Ministry of Education and Research
10:50 Keynote 1
Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, MEET – Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, University of Münster
11:15 Session 1A
Batteries: Materials / Manufacturing / Recycling
Chair: Dr. Tobias Placke, MEET – Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology

Invited talk: Dr. Stefan Koller, Varta Micro Innovation GmbH

Bulk and interfacial electrochemical characterization of lithium thiophosphate-based solid electrolytes for solid-state batteries
Dr. Nella Vargas-Barbosa, Jülich Research Centre

Fraunhofer Research Fab Battery Cells FFB – A unique research initiative to strengthen Europe
Dr. Florian Degen, Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, Research Fab Battery Cell FFB

Session 1B
Characterisation & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials
Chair: Prof. Dr. Armin Gölzhäuser, Bielefeld University

Luminescent light guides – Experiment and optical simulation
Michelle Grüne, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences

Computational Multiscale Modeling of Aerogels
Dr.-Ing. Ameya Rege, German Aerospace Center

11:55 Session 1A Discussion Round Session 1B Discussion Round
12:10 Lunch Break / Networking
13:40 Session 2A (part 1/3)
Functional Surfaces & Layers / Tailor-made Properties of Surfaces & Layers / Techniques of Functionalisation

Chair: Prof. Dr. Thomas Kuhlbusch, Duisburg University

Invited talk: Prof. Dr. Isabelle Staude, Friedrich Schiller University Jena

Planar Hall effect sensors for on-chip detection of magnetic nanoparticles in microfluidics
Prof. Dr. Günter Reiss, Universität Bielefeld

Nanofabrication by Combining Electron Beam and Focused Ion Beam Lithography
Torsten Richter, Raith GmbH

Session 2B (part 1/2)
NRW Innovation Projects & INTERREG/EU Innovation Projects

Chair: Cluster NMPW.NRW

Development of a coated vascular implant with an anti-thrombogenic effect
Dr. Hermann Monstadt, phenox GmbH

HoDForming – The revolution in extreme lightweight metals forming
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hirsch, Hydro Aluminium GmbH

HyOpt – Optimization-based development of hybrid materials
Marcelo Triebus, Paderborn University

14:20 Coffee Pause / Networking
14:35 Session 2A (part 2/3)
Functional Surfaces & Layers / Tailor-made Properties of Surfaces & Layers / Techniques of Functionalisation

Carbon Nanomembranes (CNMs) as forward osmosis membrane in the food processing
Dr. Nikolaus Meyerbröker, CNM Technologies GmbH

Patchy nanoparticles with structural tomography through polyionic complexation
Prof. Dr. André Gröschel, Münster University

Large scale surface functionalization for antibacterial behavior
Dr.-Ing. Stephan Brüning, Schepers GmbH & Co KG

Session 2B (part 2/2)
NRW Innovation Projects & INTERREG/EU Innovation Projects

Less is More: A New Strategy Towards Cost-Efficient Iridium-Based PEM Electrolysis Catalysts
Dr. Sven Reichenberger, Duisburg University

Towards integrated Perovskite-Optoelectronics by wafer scale Nanoimprint as Key Enabling Technology
Dr. Stephan Suckow, AMO GmbH

Meotec Project
Dr. Marius Köpf, Fibrothelium GmbH

15:10 Session 2A Discussion Round Session 2B Discussion Round
15:30 End of the First Conference Day

Donnerstag, 22. April 2021

10:00 Session 3A
Energy Efficiency / Efficiency / Smart Production / Additive Manufacturing
Chair: Prof. Dr. Henning Zoz, Zoz GmbH

Invited talk: Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaskel, Dresden University of Technology

Autonomous Energy Supply for IoT-Sensors
Prof. Dr. Klaus Meerholz, University of Cologne

Complementary Transistor Integration for Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Inverter Circuits
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hilleringmann, Paderborn University

Session 3B
Regulations, Safety & Societal Acceptance
Chair: Dr. Tero Munstone, BASF

Invited talk: Prof. Dr. Eduard Arzt, Saarland University

NanoHarmony – Towards harmonised test methods for nanomaterials
Dr. Melanie Müller, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

REFINE – a regulatory science framework supporting the risk-benefit assessment of nanobiomaterial-based medical products and devices
Dr. Kathleen Spring, Gesellschaft für Bioanalytik Münster e.V.

10:40 Session 3A Discussion Round Session 3B Discussion Round
11:00 Greeting
Minister Prof. Dr. Andreas Pinkwart, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy
11:10 Panel Discussion
Innovation in NRW im Kontext der Schlüsseltechnologien: Chancen, Hürden und Potenziale

(German language)

12:00 Keynote 2
Sir Prof. Dr. Konstantin Novoselov, National University of Singapore
12:25 Lunch Break / Networking
14:00 Session 4A (part 1/3)
Electronics / Optoelectronics / Information / Communication / Neural Networks
Chair: Prof. Dr. Mario Agio, University of Siegen

Invited talk: Prof. Dr. Wolfram Pernice, University of Münster

Large Scale (MO)CVD Grown 2D Materials – Synthesis and Integration
Prof. Dr. Gerd Bacher, University of Duisburg-Essen

Roll-to-Roll and Roll-to-Plate Manufacturing Technology and Upscaling for Large Area Seamless Nanoimprint Lithography
Dr. Dimitrios Kourkoulos, Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH

Session 4B (part 1/2)
Health / Medicine / Medical Technology / Diagnostic Analysis
Chair: Prof. Dr. Stephan Barcikowski, University of Duisburg-Essen

mRNA based Therapeutics
Invited talk: Dr. Patrick Baumhof, CureVac AG

Injectable Nanocomposite Hydrogels/Polymers for Local Drug Delivery Applications
Dr. Nermin Seda Kehr, University of Münster

Hyperthermia cancer treatment with nanohybrid stents
Benedict Bauer, RWTH Aachen University

14:40 Coffee Pause / Networking
14:55 Session 4A (part 2/3)
Electronics / Optoelectronics / Information / Communication / Neural Networks

Luminescent ID supraparticles: Smart nanomaterials designed to improve counterfeit protection and digital traceability of products
Franziska Miller, University of Erlangen–Nuremberg

Improving quality and throughput for advanced Electron Beam Lithography applications
Jörg Günther, Raith GmbH

Efficient electronic indium phosphide resonant THz devices
Prof. Dr. Nils Weimann, University of Duisburg-Essen

Session 4B (part 2/2)
Health / Medicine / Medical Technology / Diagnostic Analysis

Phthalocyanine-based Photosensitizers and their (Soft) Nanostructures for Photo-Antimicrobial Applications
Dr. Anzhela Galstyan, University of Münster

Remote near infrared in situ detection and identification of pathogens with multiplexed nanosensors
Robert Nißler, Universität Göttingen

15:35 Session 4A Discussion Round Session 4B Discussion Round
15:55 End of the Second Conference Day

Freitag, 23. April 2021

10:00 Keynote 3
Prof. Dr. Karsten Seidel, University of Duisburg-Essen
10:25 Young Academic Sponsor Greeting & Best Poster Award
10:40 Session 5A (part 1/2)
Quantum Technology: Computing / Simulation / Sensing / Communication / Enabling Technologies
Chair: Prof. Dr. Rudolf Bratschitsch, University of Münster

Invited talk: Prof. Dr. Fedor Jelezko, University of Ulm

JUNIQ – Jülich UNified Infrastructure for Quantum computing: We compute with quantum computers
Prof. Dr. Kristel Michielsen, Jülich Research Centre

Scaling up Photonic Quantum Technologies: Waveguide-Integrated Superconducting Nanowire Single-Photon Detectors on Monolithic Chips
Martin Wolff, University of Münster

Controlled creation of silicon-vacancy color centers in diamond as single photon sources
Lukas Hunold, University of Siegen

10:40 Session 5B
Fibres & Composites: Generation / Application / Properties / Characterization / Recycling

Invited Talk: Prof. Dr. Thomas Gries, RWTH Aachen University

Melt-Spun Electrical Conductive Fibres From Nanocomposites
Felix Krooß, RWTH Aachen university

Reduction of internal thermal stresses in fibre-metal laminates
Shuang Wu, University of Paderborn

11:20 Session 5B Discussion Round
11:35 Coffee Pause / Networking
13:00 Session 5A (part 2/2)
Quantum Technology: Computing / Simulation / Sensing / Communication / Enabling Technologies
Chair: Prof. Dr. Tommaso Calarco, University of Cologne

Quantum Photonic Processor in Programable Silicon Nitride Circuits
Dr. Jörn Epping, QuiX BV

Compact Room Temperature Quantum Scalar Magnetometer
Ludwig Horsthemke, FH Münster University of Applied Sciences

MIR imaging with undetected photons by means of a nonlinear Mach-Zehnder-type interferometer
Florian Herbst, RWTH Aachen University

Plasmon-assisted Purcell enhancement of silicon-vacancy color centers in diamond membranes
Haritha Kambalathmana, University of Siegen

13:00 Session 2A (part 3/3)
Functional Surfaces & Layers / Tailor-made Properties of Surfaces & Layers / Techniques of Functionalisation
Chair: Prof. Dr. Thomas Kuhlbusch, Duisburg University

Ultrafast Transient Absorption / Circular Dichroism and Circular Polarized Luminescence of Polyfluorene Copolymer Thin Films Showing Large Chiral Induction
Marius Morgenroth, University of Siegen

One-step synthesis of carbon-supported electrocatalysts
Sebastian Tigges, University of Duisburg-Essen

13:50 Session 5A Discussion Round 13:50 Session 2A Discussion Round
14:20 Closing of the Conference
Dr. Harald Cremer, Cluster NMWP.NRW
14:30 End of the Third Conference Day & End of the Conference