The colloquia are organized by the graduates who invite experts in their field of work to give a lecture at the UFT center for environmental research and sustainable technology in Bremen. 



DateTimeRoomSpeakerTopic
23.04.2018
14:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
M. Kalus, Particular GmbH, Langenhagen /
Dr. C. Rehbock, Technical Chemistry, Univeristy Duisburg-Essen
High-purity colloidal nanoparticles made by scalable laser synthesis
- Synthesis, applications and risk assessment
Abstract

18.12.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Dr. A. Philippe, Institute for Environmental Sciences, 
University Koblenz-Landau
to be determined
20.11.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Prof. Dr. W. Parak, AG Biophotonik, University Marburgto be determined
19.06.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Prof. Dr. C.A.M. (Kees) van Gestel, Department of Ecological Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL 
Long-term fate, effects and toxicokinetics of nanoparticles in soil invertebrates
Abstract
08.05.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Prof. Dr. D. M. Chari, Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine, Keele University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
Fusing nanoparticle platforms with biomedical engineering approaches to improve neural cell therapies
Abstract
24.04.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Dr. A. Praetorius, Dept. of Environmental Geosciences, University Vienna, AustriaAre nanomaterial-specific EU regulations on food, cosmetics and biocides workable with available analytical tools?
Abstract
16.01.201714:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Dr. A. Epp, BfR, Berlin
Risikokommunikation zur Nanotechnologie im verbrauchernahen Bereich
Abstract
19.12.201614:00 - 16:00
UFT/1790
Dr. K. Schwirn, Umweltbundesamt, DessauExploring Environmental Risks of Manufactured Nanomaterials – Current knowledge, challenges & (international) activities of UBA
Abstract
21.11.201615:00 - 17:00
UFT/1790
Prof. Dr. A. Hartwig, KIT, KarlsruheMetal-based nanoparticles: New approaches to assess modes of action and the impact on genomic stability
Abstract
14.10.201609:30 -15:00UFT/1790
PD Dr. J.S. Ach, Universität Münster / Prof. Dr. A. Grunwald, KIT, Karlsruhe / Dr.-Ing. J. Jahnel, KIT, KarslruheEthische Aspekte des Umgangs mit Nanotechnologien
Agenda
20.06.201615:00 - 17:00
UFT/1790
Prof. Dr. Matthias Epple, Anorganische Chemie, Universität Duisburg-EssenMetallic nanoparticles: synthesis, structure and biological properties
23.05.201615:00 - 17:00UFT/1790Dr. Michael Ruddat
Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Risiko- und Innovationsforschung (ZIRIUS), Universität Stuttgart
Die Rolle der Risikomündigkeit im Rahmen der Risikokommunikation - Konzept, Anwendung und Kritik
18.04.201615:00 - 17:00UFT/1790
Dr. Mark Geppert, Abteilung Allergie und Immunologie, Universität SalzburgEffects of engineered nanoparticles on human health and the environment: Cellular uptake and biological responses
Abstract