the ninth

Nanodays Workshop on Advanced Materials

September 13th - 15th 2017, Munich Germany


A Different Kind of Workshop

The purpose of the Nanodays Workshops is to explore the boundaries between emerging technologies and the materials physics that enables it.  A key question is: how does science drive innovation...

This is the ninth in a series of workshops examining the technological opportunities of advanced materials systems. What is the connection between the pure scientist and the technology innovator?  How does innovation happen and how does it move forward from the lab?  What innovations in advanced functional materials really represent opportunities for next stage commercialization?  The Nanodays Workshops focus on this intersection between scientist and inventor -



Featured Events

Research updates from top academic institutions:

Wake Forest University’s Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials (US), Trinity College Dublin Ireland (IRE), University of Erlangen (DE), Los Alamos National Labs (US), Rice University (US), University of Stuttgart (DE), and more... 

Breaking Tutorials:

The New Optics of Perovskites.

Topological systems from 1D to 2D.

Seebeck Pumps: their relation to thermal electrochemical cells.

and more...

Poster Sessions and Industrial Presentations:

Academics, industrial engineers, students and senior scientists; the workshop is a place where ideas and directions are discussed by everyone...

A New Venue...

This ninth meeting of the Nanodays Workshop will be held in Munich Germany.


The Workshop is organized by Verein zur Förderung der Stuttgart Nanodays:

David Carroll  (WFU),  Georg Duesberg  (Universität der Bundeswehr),  Siegmar Roth  (WFU-Munich), Voijslav Krystic (Erlangen)