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MMD Colloquium 2021

International guests presenting at group meetings of the Multifunctional Materials Design research group
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The series of online lectures was organized by Dr. Fevzihan Basarir for members of the Multifunctional Materials Design research group as part of the WEARSENSNANO project. 

Sessions of the Colloquium Fall 2021:

September 21st at 16.00
Prof. Ozgur Yazaydin (University College London)
Topic: "Unravelling Design Rules for Creating Water Purification Membranes based on Immobilized Aquaporin Proteins"

October 5th at 16.00
Dr. Ali Veysel Tunç (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Topic: "Recent Progress in Field Effect Transistor for Light detection"

November 2nd at 16.00
Prof. Ashfaque Memon (Lund University)
Topic: "Diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers for chronic diseases in primary health care"

December 7th at 16.00
Prof. Hyosung Choi (Hanyang University)
Topic: "Surface engineering of semiconducting nanocrystals for optoelectronic applications"

The program was part of the WEARSENSNANO project funded by Horizon 2020/Marie Curie Actions/WEARSENSNANO (Grant number: 101031327).

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