INA – Instituto de Nanociencia de Aragón

SUMMER COURSE “Nanoscience: New challenges and opportunities for Biotechnology”

SUMMER COURSE  “Nanoscience: New challenges and opportunities for Biotechnology

 

Date of the event: From 19/07/2016  to  21/07/2016

Teaching hours: 15 hours.

Students:

– Students of recent undergraduate (physical, chemical, biotechnology, medicine, etc.)
– Master students.
– Doctoral students.

Director/Directors:

D. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente, Scientifist of the CSIC in the ICMA of the University of  Zaragoza.

D. Manuel Arruebo Gordo, Teacher of the Institute of  Nanoscience of Aragón of the University of Zaragoza.

Course Objectives: To expose students applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology in biotechnology and biomedical areas and their level of development to industrial and laboratory scales . This course emphasizes the technologies used in the manufacture and production of nanomaterials , their applications in biotechnology and biomedicine , future and the social, ethical and environmental implications of these technologies. Provides an introduction to the history , tools, materials, and current and emerging nanotechnology applications.

Program:

Tuesday, 19th July

09:00 h. Nanoparticles for biotechnological applications: Basics (1)
10:00 h. Synthesis routes for the preparation of uniform magnetic nanoparticles (2)
11:00 h. Characterization of Magnetic Nanoparticles (3)
12:00 h. Synthesis and Characterization of Gold Nanoparticles (4)
13:00 h. Biodistribution and Nanotoxicology (5)

Wednesday, 20th  July

09:00 h. Nanotherapy: Basics and Perspectives (6)
10:00 h. Synthesis and Characterization of Polymer Therapeutics (7)
11:00 h. Drug Delivery based on inorganic and polymeric nanosystems (8)
12:00 h. Vehiculization of nanodevices to improve drug delivery selectivity (9)
13:00 h. Gene Therapy based on Nanovehicles (10)

Thursday, 21th  July

09:00 h. Tissue Engineering (11)
10:00 h. Biosensors: Generalities and Perspectives (12)
11:00 h. Biosensors based on nanomechanical systems (13)
12:00 h. Applications of Nanosystems in Diagnostics as Contrast Agents (14)
13:00 h. An example of an innovative project based on Nanobiotechnology (15)
16:00 h. Mesa redonda: “New nanotechnology challenges for the 21st century medicine” (16) (17) (5) (18) (19)

Speakers:
1. Manuel Ricardo Ibarra García (INA-Universidad de Zaragoza)
2. Sabino Veintemillas Verdaguer (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid C.S.I.C.)
3. Clara Marquina García (Instituto de Ciencia de los Materiales de Aragón (ICMA); CSIC-UZ)
4. Víctor Sebastián Cabeza (Universidad de Zaragoza)
5. África González Fernández (Centro de Investigaciones Biomédicas (CINBIO). Universidad de Vigo)
6. Ángel Millán Escolano (ICMA, Universidad de Zaragoza)
7. María Jesús Vicent D’Ocón (Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe)
8. María Moros Caballero (Institute of Applied Science and Intelligent Systems (Pozzuoli, Italy))
9. María Valeria Grazú Bonavia (ICMA-Universidad de Zaragoza)
10. Pilar Martín Duque (Unviversidad Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid))
11. Ignacio Ochoa Garrido (Universidad de Zaragoza)
12. Juan Carlos Vidal Ibáñez (Universidad de Zaragoza)
13. Javier Tamayo de Miguel (Instituto de Microelectrónica de Madrid (CSIC))
14. Mª Luisa García Martín (Centro Andaluz de Nanotecnología y Biomedicina (Málaga))
15. Nicolás Cassinelli (nB nanoScale Biomagnetics)
16. María Blanco Prieto (Universidad de Navarra)
17. Daxiang Cui (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
18. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente (ICMA, CSIC-Universidad de Zaragoza)
19. Manuel Arruebo Gordo (INA-Universidad de Zaragoza)

Recognition of credits :

Applied for recognition of elective credits by the University of Zaragoza.

1.5 Free choice. Requested approval for Teacher Training .

Evaluation procedure:

A type test examination will be conducted and will require a minimum score of 5/10 to be overcome. This school will be held parallel to a school Nanocharacterization Nanofabrication and directed by Prof. Jose Maria Teresa and Pilar Cea . Some papers of both courses will be compatible with the assistance of students from another course. Depending on the route chosen class for each student will be examined in one or another section.

Course fee:

-General Rate:   120€
-Reduced Rate:  100€

Accommodation:

University Residence of Jaca , C / University , 3 22700 JACA .Price of accommodation during the course: 103.98 €. Inquiries and reservations of accommodation:

Web http://www.unizar.es/resijaca

Tfno.: 974 36 01 96, e-mail: resijaca@unizar.es

The information for payment will be sent when you fill out the registration form for the course

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