Scopes & Program

Scopes & Program
Scopes & Program

The primary scope of NANO 2014 is to discuss comprehensively and disseminate widely 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. NANO 2014 collects together a World community of outstanding scientists and engineers interested in recent developments порно бесплатно on nanostructured materials in various renowned areas connected with chemistry, physics, mechanics, energy, electronics, biomedical applications, advanced characterization techniques and computer simulation of nanostructured materials.

In particular, NANO 2014 is related to various hot topics such as

carbon nanomaterials, graphene, nanotubes, nanodiamonds,
nanostructured semiconductors,
plasmonic nanostructures,
nanoelectronics, optoelectronics, molecular electronics,
various construction nanomaterials,
nanomaterials in catalysis,
nanomaterials for energy,
nanostructured materials for medicine and sustainable development.
On the other hand, NANO 2014 provides a forum to discuss advanced approaches on nanostrucrured materials preparation including smart nanoparticles, thin films, heterostructures, superlattices, soft matter materials, the development of templating, patterning, self – assembling, nanofabrication techniques in laboratory and industrial scales.

All the subjects are split into two major groups – Preparation and Characterization of Nanostructured Materials (sections 1 – 6) or Practical Applications of Nanostructured Materials (section 7-11). Particular subjects will disclose their unique aspects when framed additionally in relevant scientific sections playing the role of microsymposia. This makes it more comfortable for our participants with diverse scientific interests to reach new conclusions and ideas.

NANO 2014 Sections

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Section 01. Formation, Shaping and Self-assembly of Inorganic Nanoparticles; Carbon Nanomaterials

Section 02. Thin Films and Heterostructures, 2D and 3D Nanofabrication

Section 03. Nanoceramics

Section 04. Bulk Metallic Nanomaterials

Section 05. Nanocomposites and Hybrid Nanomaterials

Section 06. Polymer, Organic and Other Soft Matter Materials

Section 07. Nanomaterials for Energy

Section 08. Biological and Biomedical Nanomaterials

Section 09. Nanomaterials: Mechanics and Applications in Mechanical Engineering

Section 10. Nanomaterials for Information Technologies, Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics

Section 11. Nanomaterials and Catalysis

The conference Exhibition will present manufacturers of advance characterization equipment and Publishing houses. Several thematic disputes on nanoeducation, business, science and innovation are planned during the Exhibition.

The official language is English. All original contributions will be arranged via the congress web – site in the form of plenary, invited, oral and poster presentations. The full range of topics at the frontier of science will be presented in 9 plenary lectures of Nobel Prize winners and world leaders of nanoscience, more than 100 invited, 500 oral talks of distinguished scientists, discussed in 12 technical sessions gathering about 80 valuable topics, debated among 700 posters of talented young scientists competing for congress special awards. Additional exciting possibilities are given by the Exhibition events of NANO 2014. World – wide manufacturers of advance characterization equipment and Publishing houses will present their achievements in the exhibition hall. Round – table disputes on nanoeducation, business, science and innovation are planned during the Exhibition.