First France-Argentine Workshop on Emerging Phenomena at the Nanoscale 2022 (PhenomeNaS-I). The objective of this workshop is to gather French and Argentinian researchers working in different aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and identify potential synergies among the following scientific axes:

1) Novel acoustic interactions at the nanoscale (optical, magnetic, electrical).

2) Enabling material platforms (magnetic, 2Dmat, mesoporous and soft materials).

3) Micro and nanofluidic devices.

The first edition of this workshop will take place in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentine.

Invited speakers

This workshop will be organized around invited presentations (30 min) given by internationally renowned speakers who will introduce their research topic and present their latest advances. The invited speakers (* to be confirmed) are:

Guido Berlin (INN  CNEA / CONICET)

Andrea Bragas (UBA, Argentine)

Javier Briatico (Thales, France)

Andrea Cattoni (C2N, France)

Gaston Corthey (INS - UNSaM, Argentine)

Marco Faustini (LCMNP, France)

Gustavo Grinblat (UBA, Argentine)

Liza Herrera-Diez (C2N, France)

Gilgueng Hwang (C2N, France)

Aristide Lemaitre (C2N, France)

Sylvia Matzen (C2N, France)

Diego Rubi (INN CNEA/CONICET, I.Sabato - UNSAM, Argentine)

Rebeca Ribeiro Palau (C2N, France)

Christian Schmigelow (UBA, Argentine)

Laura Serkovic (INN  CNEA / CONICET)

Galo Soler Illia (INS - UNSaM, Argentine)

Fernando Stefani (CIBION, Argentine)


The first edition of this workshop will take place in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentine. The presentations and meetings will take place at the library of the Centro Cultural de la Ciencia C3 (

Address: Godoy Cruz 2270. Polo Científico Tecnológico. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Juan B. Justo. Estación Guatemala.
Línea D. Estación Palermo.
FFCC San Martín. Estación Palermo. FFCC Mitre. Estación Carranza
10, 12, 15, 29, 34, 36, 37, 39, 41, 55, 57, 59, 60, 64, 67, 68, 93, 95, 108, 111, 118, 128, 141, 152, 160, 161,166, 188, 194.

Workshop program


Laura Steren (INN  CNEA / CONICET)

Giancarlo Faini (C2N, CNRS, Univ. Paris Saclay, France)

Daniel Lanzillotti Kimura (C2N, CNRS, Univ. Paris Saclay, France)




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