报告题目：Recent Advances in DNA Nanotechnology
报告人：Prof. Itamar Willner （Institute of Chemistry，The Hebrew University of Jerusalem，Jerusalem, Israel）
白菜网送体验金不限ip，Itamar Willner completed his Ph.D. studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1978. Afterpostdoctoral research (1978−1981) at U.C. Berkeley, he joined the Institute of Chemistry at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he was appointed Professor in 1986. He coauthored over 670 research papers and monographs, and he serves on many editorial boards of journals. He holds over 39000 citations, H-index 108. His research interests include bioelectronics and molecular electronics, nanobiotechnology, and, specifically, DNA-based nanotechnology, sensors, and biosensors, application of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles for sensing, functional monolayer and thin film assemblies, light-induced electron-transfer processes, artificial photosynthesis and photobioelectrochemistry cells, supra-molecular chemistry, and “smart” stimuli-responsive materials for drug delivery. He is the recipient of the Kolthoff Award, The Max-Planck Research Award for International Cooperation, the Israel Chemical Society Award, the Israel Prize in Chemistry, the Rothschild Prize, and the EMET Prize. He is a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences, the German National Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina, and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.