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YoungInnovation

Updated to July 19th, 2022

YOUNGINNOVATION

 Special Event

YoungInnovation

The State of Research communicated by Young Researchers

 

September 21-22-23

LOGO YOUNGINNOVATION Finale
Chairs: 
Donatella PAOLINO,
 University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro 
Marta FEROCI & Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome

ORGANIZING BOARD
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NanoInnovation has always tried to promote science and research at all levels, to encourage exchanges between universities, research institutions and companies, to facilitate participation of early stage researchers in the scientific world, to support their careers and promote mentorship activities. For these reasons, thanks to the collaboration with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro and Sapienza University of Rome, the third edition of the special event “YoungInnovation - The State of Research communicated by Young Researchers” will take place on September 21-22-23 to underline its importance and to reserve even more space for the contributions of young researchers in this field.

Today science, technology and innovation are the engine of development all over the world. In a complex and fast-changing world, researchers can contribute to face all big challenges ahead. For this reason, new generations of researchers and scientists are key to world future development.

The three-days event will host a series of symposia where the state of research will be presented by young researchers (< 35 years old), who daily work in laboratory to produce innovation. The aim of YoungInnovation is to communicate the current status of the research. In particular, very innovative aspects will be analysed, ranging from life science to material science with a particular focus on personalized medicine, microscopy techniques (AFM, TERS, SERS), micro and nanoelectronics, nanotechnology, advanced materials, photonics, advanced manufacturing and quantum technologies. The special event will be completed and enriched with plenary scientific lectures, consisting in lectio magistralis held by “Senior Scientists” who will give a roadmap on the topics developed in the daily symposia.

The event meets the need to encourage the exchange of ideas and to support young researchers in their activities. This will be the place where young researchers will be able to discuss science and meet their colleagues in attendance.

 
September 21
09:00 - 10:30
Targeted therapy: the importance of specificity- based therapy
SE.I.1 - TT.I.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Mauro FERRARI, Houston Methodist Research Institute, USA
SE.I.1.1
TT.I.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Tambet TEESALU
University of Tartu. Estonia
Precision systemic targeting of nanoparticles with homing peptides
!UOMO
 SE.I.1.2
TT.I.D.2
Nicola D’AVANZO
The ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University, Chieti-Pescara
RPAR-conjugated nanovesicles for the potential targeting of prostate cancer
!UOMO
 SE.I.1.3
TT.I.D.3
Ilaria OTTONELLI
University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
Hybrid nanomedicines for the central nervous system: optimization, targeting, and scale up
!DONNA
SE.I.1.4
TT.I.D.4

Luca CERRI
University of Siena
Camouflaged SEDDS for the active targeting of Inula Viscosa extract for the treatment of metastatic melanoma
!UOMO
SE.I.1.5
TT.I.D.5
Francesco PATITUCCI
University of Calabria
In definition
!UOMO
 
11:30 - 13:00
Extracellular vesicles: Asel
SE.I.2 - TT.II.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Christian CELIA, The ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University, Chieti-Pescara
 SE.I.2.1
TT.II.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Joel Zacharias NORDIN
Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Bioengineering extracellular vesicles for drug delivery
!UOMO
 SE.I.2.2
TT.II.D.2
Antonella BARONE
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Extracellular vesicles-Liposomes Hybrid thermoresponsive nanovesicles for selective tumor targeting
!DONNA
SE.I.2.3
TT.II.D.3
Xiuming LIANG
Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Comprehensive functional screen of extracellular vesicle scaffolds for efficient cargo delivery
!UOMO
SE.I.2.4
TT.II.D.4
Annamaria ZIMBO
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Phage display technology: a target-guided method for tumor derived exosomes characterization
!DONNA
 
14:00 - 15:30
3D bioprinting for translational and personalized medicine
SE.I.3 - TT.III.D
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Francesco PUOCI, University of Calabria
SE.I.3.1
TT.III.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Michele CONTI
University of Pavia
3D Bioprinting. One word, many technologies, and applications
!UOMO
SE.I.3.2
TT.III.D.2
Elia BARI
University of Piemonte Orientale
Lyosecretome: the new component for regenerative bio-inks?
!UOMO
SE.I.3.3
TT.III.D.3
Mattia TIBONI
University of Urbino
The revolutionary technology of 3D printing in the pharmaceutical field
!UOMO
SE.I.3.4
TT.III.D.4
Giuseppe BARBERI
University of Palermo
Polysaccharide/polyaminoacid based hydrogels containing hydroxyapatite nanoparticles as potential bioinks for bone regeneration
!UOMO
SE.I.3.5
TT.III.D.5
Giulia DI GRAVINA
University of Pavia
Towards a 3D bio-printed in-vitro model for liver
!DONNA
 
16:00 - 17:30
Regenerative and Personalized Therapy
SE.I.4 - TT.IV.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Daniele TORELLA, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
SE.I.4.1
TT.IV.D.1
  In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.4.2
TT.IV.D.2
  In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.4.3
TT.IV.D.3
  In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.4.4
TT.IV.D.4
  In definition !NEUTRO
 
17:30 - 18:30
REMARKS AND CONCLUSIONS
SE.I.5
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro and Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: In definition
SE.I.5.1 Annalisa CAPUANO
University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”
Target Therapies: Where do we stand and looking for
!DONNA
SE.I.5.2 Laura RUSSO
University of Milano-Bicocca
ECM mimetics for 3D Bioprinting applications: the importance of chemical and biomolecular features to guide cell fate
!DONNA
SE.I.5.3 In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.5.4 In definition !NEUTRO
  
 September 22
09:00 - 10:30
OMIC technologies: a useful tool in advanced medicine
SE.I.6 - TT.V.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Gianni CUDA, in definition 
SE.I.6.1
TT.V.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Luana LICATA
In definition
Omics Technologies, Data and Bioinformatics Resources
!DONNA
SE.I.6.2
TT.V.D.2
In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.6.3
TT.V.D.3
In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.6.4
TT.V.D.4
In definition !NEUTRO
 
11:30 - 13:00
Theranostic nanomedicine: current challenges and future perspectives
SE.I.7 - TT.VI.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Emanuela CRAPARO, University of Palermo
SE.I.7.1
TT.VI.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Cristina SATRIANO
University of Catania
Multimodal theranostic nanoplatforms for nanomedicine applications
!DONNA
SE.I.7.2
TT.VI.D.2
Mara Andrea UTZERI
University of Palermo
β-cyclodextrin decorated multicolor carbon nanodots as theranostic nanosystem for the delivery of sildenafil in breast cancer
!DONNA
SE.I.7.3
TT.IV.D.3
Alice FOTI
University of Catania
A study on the effective removal of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide from gold nanorods to enhance their potential as theranostic nanoplatforms
!DONNA
SE.I.7.4
TT.VI.D.4
Mariarosa GIGLIOBIANCO
University of Camerino
In definition
!DONNA
 
14:00 - 15:30
Synthesis of heterogeneous materials
SE.I.8 - TT.VII.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Marta FEROCI, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.8.1
TT.VII.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Rubia Y. S. ZAMPIVA
Sapienza University of Rome
Controlled preparation of heterogeneous nanostructures by Chemical Vapor Deposition
!DONNA
SE.I.8.2
TT.VII.D.2
Beatrice SIMONIS
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Core-shell lipid-based nanosystems for mitochondrial targeting of cancer cells
!DONNA
SE.I.8.3
TT.VII.D.3
Roya BINAYMOTLAGH
Sapienza University of Rome
Synthesis of a novel biocompatible peptide hydrogel impregnated with titanium oxide nanoparticles; investigation of its biological applications
!DONNA
SE.I.8.4
TT.VII.D.4
Mariangela CLEMENTE
CNR-ISB, Rome
Development of nanocarriers to improve the transport of drugs across the blood brain barrier
!DONNA
SE.I.8.5
TT.VII.D.5
Angela CAPOCEFALO
CNR-ISC, Rome
Assembly of patchy colloids towards the development of functional nanomaterials
!DONNA
 
16:00 - 17:30
Polymers & Nanosystems
SE.I.9 - TT.VIII.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.9.1
TT.VIII.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Daniele ROCCO
Sapienza University of Rome
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs): synthesis, properties and applications
!UOMO
SE.I.9.2
TT.VIII.D.2
Sara CERRA
Sapienza University of Rome
Polymeric nanoparticles as bimodal imaging contrast agents
!DONNA
SE.I.9.3
TT.VIII.D.3
Gianluca FORCINA
Sapienza University of Rome
Fabrication of polyesters nanoparticles with green solvents and reagents
!UOMO
SE.I.9.4
TT.VIII.D.4
Martina MERCURIO
Sapienza University of Rome
Silver nanoparticles as efficient tool in agrifood applications
!DONNA
SE.I.9.5
TT.VIII.D.5
Susanna ROMANO
Roma Tre University
Ionic liquids used as plasticizers of starch: Influence of anionic part
!DONNA
   
  September 23
09:00 - 10:30
Carbon based nanomaterials
SE.I.10 - TT.IX.D
 
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Antonella MESSORE, Sapienza University of Rome 
SE.I.10.1
TT.IX.D.1
 
Introductive Keynote
Martina BORTOLAMI
Sapienza University of Rome
Carbon dots: synthesis and applications
!DONNA
 SE.I.10.2
TT.IX.D.2
Anastasia FORNARI
Sapienza University of Rome & NanoShare Srl
Cellulose nanomaterials for Cultural Heritage: extraction, synthesis, characterization and applications
!DONNA
 SE.I.10.3
TT.IX.D.3
Cinzia MICHENZI
Sapienza University of Rome
Sustainable synthesis of Carbon Dots from industrial orange peel waste for catalysis and photocatalysis applications
!DONNA
SE.I.10.4
TT.IX.D.4
Bajramhahe SHKODRA
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Carbon nanotube-based biosensors: Principles and applications
!DONNA
SE.I.10.5
TT.IX.D.5
Fabrizio VETICA
Sapienza University of Rome
Electrochemical synthesis of amino acid-derived Chiral Carbon Dots as recyclable heterogeneous nano-organocatalysts
!UOMO
 
11:30 - 13:00
Multiscale & multitechniques for Characterization
SE.I.11 - TT.X.D
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Francesca Anna SCARAMUZZO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.11.1
TT.X.D.1
Introductive Keynote
Stefano TACCONI - CV
Sapienza University of Rome & NanoShare Srl
Micro- and nano-sized plastics in biological matrices: analysis and characterization through microscopic approaches
TACCONI Stefano 2
SE.I.11.2
TT.X.D.2
Eugenia PECHKOVA
University of Genoa
Light-harvesting protein intermolecular order in the Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) nanofilms – methods and applications
!DONNA
SE.I.11.3
TT.X.D.3
Simone SOTGIU
Sapienza University of Rome
Near-Field spectroscopy investigation of the strong coupling between an infrared nanoantenna and a semiconductor quantum-well
!UOMO
SE.I.11.4
TT.X.D.4
Fernando Jr. PIAMONTE MAGBOO
Sapienza University of Rome
Atmospheric gas sensing through Terahertz Continuous Wave Spectroscopy
!UOMO
TT.X.D.5
SE.I.11.5
Francesca RUSSO
CNR-IMT, Rende
Towards sustainable membranes preparation using Deep eutectic solvents (DESs)
!DONNA
 
14:00 - 15:30
Energy production & storage
SE.I.12 - TT.XI.A
  Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Danilo DINI, Sapienza University of Rome
 
 SE.I.12.1
TT.XI.A.1
Introductive Keynote
Pier Giorgio SCHIAVI
Sapienza University of Rome
Synthesis of nanostructured energy storage materials from end-of-life lithium-ion batteries
!UOMO
 SE.I.12.2
TT.XI.A.2
Laura PIPERNO
ENEA Frascati Research Centre
Electrochemical deposition of iron-based superconductors
!DONNA
SE.I.12.3
TT.XI.A.3
 
Keynote
Matteo BONOMO
University of Turin
Nanomaterials for PhotoVoltaic: a spotlight on sustainability
!UOMO
SE.I.12.4
TT.XI.A.4
Vincenzo SCARANO
Sapienza University of Rome
Synthesis and characterization of a new push-pull dye for p-type DSSCs
!UOMO
 
16:00 - 17:30
In definition
SE.I.13 - TT.XII.A
Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: In definition
SE.I.13.1
TT.XI.A.1
In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.13.2
TT.XI.A.2
In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.13.3
TT.XI.A.3
In definition !NEUTRO
SE.I.13.4
TT.XI.A.4
In definition !NEUTRO
   

 

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