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Conference Materials

Conference Materials
Conference Materials

Congress abstracts will be collected via the Congress web – site, automatically formatted and electronically distributed among the attendees and in the Internet. The opportunity to submit full manuscripts in international journals related to Congress presentation is offered to the authors by invitation. The manuscripts will be peer-reviewed and published only if they meet the standard quality level required by the journals.

Dear Colleagues,
we cordially invite you to participate in the XII international
conference on Nanostructured Materials (NANO 2014) – a
great Congress in a great place and time! You are welcome to
share your outstanding works with all the people over the
World interested in different aspects of nanostructured
materials. Next year, NANO 2014 will be hosted by
Lomonosov Moscow State University on July 13 – 18, 2014.
This congress continues the series of conferences helded in
Cancun – Mexico (1992), Stuttgart – Germany (1994), Kona –
Hawaii, USA (1996), Stockholm – Sweden (1998), Sendai –
Japan (2000), Orlando – USA (2002), Wiesbaden – Germany
(2004), Bangalore – India (2006), Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (2008),
Rome – Italy (2010), Rhodes – Greece (2012).
We provide a forum for outstanding scientists in chemistry,
physics, mechanics, computer simulation, biomedical
applications, advanced characterization techniques of
nanostructured materials. As usual, the Congress will
discuss the state-of-the-art research, recent achievements,
global trends, an exchange of novel ideas, concepts,
techniques and exciting perspectives in nanoscience,
nanotechnology and related rapidly developing fields.
Our guests and participants will join a unique community of
1000+ scientists attending:
• beautiful opening and closing ceremonies,
• 9 plenary lectures of Nobel prize winners and world
leaders in nanoscience,
• more than 100 invited talks of distinguished
scientists,
• about 500 oral contributions,
• about 700 poster presentations,
• 12 sections gathering about 80 valuable topics,
• exhibition events,
• Young Scientist Award competition,
• banquets,
• sight-seeing tours in the largest city of Russia –
Moscow and suburbs.