July 1st, 2015
July 30, 2015
Welcome to the 2015 IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (IEEE NMDC 2015) to be held in Anchorage, Alaska on September 13-16, 2015!
The deadline for submitting late news abstracts is August 20, 2015.
IEEE NMDC is a well received international conference sponsored by IEEE Nanotechnology Council. It has been held annually rotating in different parts of the world. For example, IEEE NMDC 2014 was held in ACI Castello, Italy and IEEE NMDC 2013 was held in Tainan, Taiwan. This is the tenth year anniversary.
- Antonio Gomes de Souza Filho, Physics Department, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil, “Electronic and optical properties of low dimensional carbon materials”
- Toshio Fukuda, Nagoya University/Meijo University, Japan and Beijing Institute of Technology, China, “Bio Cell Analysis and Assembly by Micro and Nano Robotic Technology”
- Winston Patrick Kuo, Harvard University, USA, “tbd”
- Philip R. LeDuc, Mechanical Engineering, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Computational Biology, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, “Planes, Trains, Automobiles … and Cells?”
- John A Rogers, UIUC, USA, “Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Transient Electronics”
- Eduardo Ruiz-Hitzky, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain, “Advanced nanomaterials from and for natural resources: the example of clay minerals”
Partial List of Invited Speakers
- P. (Anant) Anantram, University of Washington, USA, “Modeling of transport in graphene-BN-graphene heterostructures”
- S. Bandyopadhyay, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, “Straintronics: Strain-switched multiferroic nanomagnets for extremely low energy logic/memory”
- Stephan Breitkreutz-von Gamm, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany, “Towards Nanomagnetic Logic systems: A programmable Arithmetic Logic Unit for Systolic Array-based Computing”
- Silke Christiansen, Max-Planck-Institut for the Science of Light, Germany, “Nano-architectures for energy converstion”
- Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Portland State University, USA, “Delay and yield of CNFET-based circuits in the presence of variations”
- Shadi Dayeh, UCSD, USA, “Nanoscale Electronic Materials for Neurophysiological Interfaces”
- Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, “Controlling the modes of operations in Multi-Independent-Gate Transistors: Towards Functionality-enhanced Devices”
- Christopher L. Hinkle, University of Texas at Dallas, USA, “van der Waals Epitaxy for New 2D Materials Based Low-power Logic and Memory”
- Gavin Conibeer, University of New South Wales, Australia, “Advanced photovoltaic concepts using nano structures for modification of electronic, photonic and vibronic properties.”
- Seungpyo Hong, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, “Biomimetic nanotechnology for enhanced detection of circulating tumor cells”
- Hee-Tae Jung, KAIST, S. Korea, “A new approach for the fabrication of 10nm scale of nano-patterning over large-areas”
- Young Soo Kang, Sogang University, S. Korea, “Length Control of Packed Single Crystalline TiO2 Nanorods for Dye-sensitized Solar Cell Assisted with Solar Wavelength Conversion”
- Jean-Pierre Leburton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, “2D nanoscale semiconductor for genomics”
- Lih Y. Lin, University of Washington, USA, “Optical modulation and manipulation of cells with high efficiency through nanomaterials and nanostructures.”
- Cheewee Liu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, “3D Ge nanowire transistors”
- Joe Lyding, UIUC, USA, “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of 1D and 2D Nanomaterials on Semiconductor Surfaces”
- Boon S. Ooi, KAUST, SA, “Recent progress in InAs/InP quantum dash nanostructures and devices”
- Eric Pop, Stanford University, USA, “Device and Energy Properties of Two-Dimensional (2D) Atomically Thin Materials”
- Gaurav Sahay, Oregon Health & Science University, USA, “Mechanisms of endosomal escape for nanoparticle-mediated cytosolic drug delivery”
- Dar-Bin Shieh, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, “Metallic nanoparticles for cancer cell selective therapeutics”
- Katsuaki Sugnuma, Osaka University, Japan, “Nanoparticles or microparticles sintering for 3D/Power Assembly?”
- Anderson Sunda-Meya, Xavier University of Louisiana, USA, “Synthesis and characterization of MoS2 nanostructures and 2D layers using Pulsed laser depostion system”
- Joe Trodahl, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zeeland, “Exchange springs and tunneling in rare-earth nitride heterostructures; toward a spin-selective amplifier and MRAM”
- Wei Wu, University of South California (USC), USA, “Sub-5 nm Patterning and Applications by Nanoimprint Lithography and Helium Ion Beam Lithography”
- Qing Zhang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, “CNT based electronic devices”
- Haiguang Zhao, INRS–EMT, Univ. du Québec, Varennes, Canada, “Advanced Nanomaterials for Solar Energy Applications”
- Rongkun Zheng, University of Sydney, Australia, “3D atomic-scale insight into semiconductor nanowires”
Guideline for paper submission is summarized as follows:
- Submission of a 2-page abstract is required.
- If the 2-page extended abstract are reviewed with approval, it will appear in the Conference Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore).
The following are optional:
- Expand the 2-page abstract to 4-6-page long for the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
- Write an extended version up to 4-pages with significantly more contents and submit it to ENANO. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
- Write a longer extended version with significantly more contents and submit it to TNANO. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
- Write a longer extended version with significantly more contents and submit to it TNB. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore).
Click here for more detailed instructions and a template for abstract and paper preparation.
June 15th, 2015
EiC’s Picks from IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology
Papers selected by the Editor-in-Chief and featured here are examples of papers published in TNANO having high academic impacts, practical applications, or engineering appeal.
Design Guidelines for Sub-12 nm Nanowire MOSFETs.
Salmani-Jelodar, M. ; Mehrotra, S.R. ; Ilatikhameneh, H. ; Klimeck, G.
IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology Vol. 14 , Issue 2, pp. 210 – 213, (January 26, 2015) DOI:10.1109/TNANO.2015.2395441
Traditional thinking assumes that a light effective mass (m*), high mobility material will result in better transistor characteristics. However, sub-12-nm metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs) with light m* may underperform compared to standard Si, as a result of source to drain Read the rest of this entry »
June 9th, 2015
The IEEE Nanotechnology Council Awards Committee has announced its 2015 award winners for the IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer Award, and the IEEE NTC Early Career Award. These awards will be presented at IEEE NANO 2015 in Rome, Italy July 29.
Professor Chennupati Jagadish
Distinguished Professor and Head of Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology Group
The Australian National University
“For pioneering and sustained contributions to compound semiconductor nanowire and quantum dot optoelectronics.”
Professor Jagadish has established a world-class research program on compound semiconductor optoelectronics and nanotechnology. Key among his accomplishments are a number of major advances in compound semiconductor quantum dot and nanowire growth techniques and optoelectronics devices. Professor Jagadish has received many awards for his work, and in 2005 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
Early Career Award
Professor Deji Akinwande
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Texas at Austin
“For pioneering contributions towards the understanding and development of wafer-scale graphene and flexible nanoelectronics based on two-dimensional sheets.”
Professor Akinwande has gained worldwide recognition for his research and inventions in 2D materials growth and flexible electronic device fabrication. Among Professor Akinwande’s awards are an NSF Career Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Scholarship and the 2012 IEEE NANO Geim and Novoselov Graphene Prize.
June 9th, 2015
– Announcing a new IEEE Open Access Journal –
IEEE Nanotechnology Express (ENANO)
The IEEE NANOTECHNOLOGY EXPRESS (ENANO) publishes novel and important results in engineering at the nanoscale. ENANO is dedicated to the rapid publication of Research Letters, published as a web-only, fully open-access (OA) topical journal on topics of great current interest. It focuses on nanoscale materials, devices, systems, and applications, and on their underlying science. ENANO is an interdisciplinary archival journal that covers all areas of nanotechnology, and will be refereed to the archival standards used by other IEEE transactions-level journals.
ENANO is a publication of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council. Accepted papers are published on the web in IEEE Xplore as soon as they are submitted in final form. Web-published papers have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), and are fully citable and downloadable. Fast publication is achieved through ENANO’s entirely electronic submission and review process. ENANO accepts graphical abstracts in order to provide enhanced visibility of published papers.
Paper submission and review are through Manuscript Central (now known as Scholar One) at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/enano. Instructions for authors are provided on-line at that site.
For more information, Read the rest of this entry »
June 7th, 2015
MARSS, the annual International Conference on Robotics, Manipulation, and Automation at Small Scales, will be held for the first time from 18 to 22 July, 2016 in Paris, France. This new conference has the ambition to provide the major forum for cross-disciplinary R&D communities to discuss current activities and new results in all areas related to manipulation and automation at micro and nano scales, and in all kinds of small scale robots and their applications.
Submission of full or short papers February 1, 2016
Special session proposals February 1, 2016
Notification of paper status March 15, 2016
Submission of full or short final papers April 15, 2016
Registration for accepted papers April 15, 2016
Early Bird registration April 15, 2016
Submission of Late News papers May 15, 2016 Read the rest of this entry »
May 2nd, 2015
Welcome to IEEE NTC sponsored IEEE NANOMED 2015 in Waikiki Beach, Hawaii, USA on November 15-18, 2015!
- Two-Page Abstract Deadline: June 15, 2015
- Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2015
- Full-Paper Submission Deadline: August 15, 2015
- Early Bird Registration: August 15, 2015
IEEE-NANOMED is one of the premier annual events organized by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council to bring together physicians, scientists and Read the rest of this entry »
April 28th, 2015
The IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communication (T-MBMC), co-sponsored by IEEE NTC, has launched its Manuscript Central submission site.
We welcome your submissions of original research articles.
To submit a paper, visit: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmbmc
About T-MBMC: This journal is devoted to the principles, design, and analysis of signaling and information systems that use physics beyond conventional electromagnetism, particularly for small-scale and multi-scale applications.
This includes: molecular, quantum, and other physical, chemical and biological (and biologically-inspired) techniques; as well as new signaling techniques at these scales. Original research articles on one or more of the following topics are within scope: mathematical modeling, information/communication-theoretic or network-theoretic analysis, networking, implementations and laboratory experiments, systems biology, data-starved or data-rich statistical analyses of biological systems, industrial applications, biological circuits, biosystems analysis and control, information/communication theory for analysis of biological systems, unconventional electromagnetism for small or multi-scale applications, and experiment-based studies on information processes or networks in biology. Contributions on related topics would also be considered for publication.
For more information, please see: http://comsoc.org/tmbmc/
April 26th, 2015
Introducing the IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative
The new IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative aims to rethink computing from “soup to nuts,” with the objective of transcending limitations of existing computing technologies. Members of NTC affiliated societies in IEEE are encouraged to explore this new initiative through the Rebooting Computing Portal. IEEE members can join the IEEE Rebooting Computing Community for free! (Submitted by Neal Anderson, NTC representative to the RC Initiative.)
April 25th, 2015
IEEE NTC Summer School on Nanotechnology 2016
The IEEE Nanotechnology Council is initiating its Summer School Program in 2016. The first Summer School will be organized along some of the themes typically covered in the call for abstracts of the yearly IEEE Nano meeting, the flagship IEEE Nanotechnology Conference. These include a wide range of nanoscience and nanotechnology topics, encompassing nanofabrication; nanomanufacturing; nanomaterials; nanobiomedicine; nanoenergy; nanoplasmonics; nanoelectronics; nanosensors and nanoactuators; nanorobotics; and characterization and modeling of nanostructures and devices.
The IEEE Summer School on Nanotechnology is geared towards senior undergraduates; graduate students; post-docs; and researchers and practitioners at the early stages of their careers who are eager to deepen and broaden their skills in nanoscience and nanotechnology. Attendance is expected to be in the range of 20 to 50 participants. The main objective is to stimulate future generations to stay abreast of these rapidly evolving fields, and to foster participation in the adventure of research that will lead to the next generation of nanopioneers.
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March 27th, 2015
The IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience transition to 8 issues per year
The year of 2014 is very meaningful for the IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience (TNB). TNB received about 150 manuscripts with its 50% growth in submissions relative to 2013. The average time to first decision for manuscripts submitted in 2014 was one month and the rejection rate was 60%. The impact factor returned to its long-term average of 1.8. Furthermore, we launched our new website (http://tnb.embs.org/) providing up-to-date information for authors and readers.
TNB expects even more growth in 2015 in quality and quantity because of the authorization of a doubling of the number of pages which makes it possible to reduce the time between the web-publication of a manuscript as “early access” and the appearance in a print issue: TNB will now publish eight online issues which will be bundles into four print issues. To continue this prosperous flow, TNB sets up three practical goals for 2015: 1) to make sure that every manuscript receives a first decision within two months, 2) to redefine the scope of TNB by delineating the boundaries with other journals published by IEEE in particular the Journal on Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI) and the Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (T-CBB) , and 3) to promote the Open Access option, which facilitates reaching our broad and interdisciplinary audience.
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March 10th, 2015
IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, all about nanotechnology,sponsored by IEEE Nanotechnology Council for the world-wide nanotechnology community is featuring the following highlighted articles on nanotechnology:
1. West, A.; Griep, M. ; Cole, D. ; Karna, S. Gold Nanocluster DNase 1 Hybrid Materials: An Efficient Method for DNA Contamination Sensing. IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, Vol. 9, Issue 1, pp. 25-30, March 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MNANO.2014.2373452
Protein-encapsulated gold nanocluster (P-AuNC) synthesis was first demonstrated in 2009 . Initially, these P-AuNCs were used as cellular imaging agents as the protein shell surrounding the AuNC made them highly biocompatible. However, recent studies have begun to show that these stabilizing proteins may also retain native biological function, thus giving a dual functionality to these hybrid molecules. Here, we present the synthesis of DNase 1 stabilized AuNCs (DNase 1:AuNCs) with core sizes consisting of either eight or 25 atoms. The DNase 1:Au8NCs exhibit blue fluorescence, whereas the DNase 1:Au25NCs are red emitting. Moreover, in addition to the intense fluorescence emission, the synthesized DNase 1:AuNC hybrids retain the native functionality of the protein, allowing simultaneous detection and digestion of DNA with a detection limit of 2 mg/mL (Figure 1). The DNase 1:AuNCs could be conveniently employed as efficient and fast sensors to augment the current inefficient and time-consuming DNA contamination analysis techniques. Read the rest of this entry »
February 15th, 2015
TNANO CALL ON PAPERS for a Special Section on Nanotechnology for Instrumentation and Measurement:
Instrumentation and measurement are of importance when charactering, testing and employing novel devices and materials. These areas assume a particular importance at the “nano” scales in which electrical and physical quantities encounter new challenges. The proposed special section will be comprised of high impact papers with particular emphasis on the application area of instrumentation and measurement and its relation to nanotechnology.
Original research contributions and review papers, not limited to the ones presented at nanofim2015, are sought including (but not limited to) the following topics:
General and dedicated devices;
Fabrication and characterization of sensors and transducers;
Nanoimaging Signal and image processing;
Metrology, reliability and testing; Read the rest of this entry »
January 13th, 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
3M-NANO (International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale)
Dates: 5-9 October 2015
Location: Changchun, China
We cordially invite you to submit a paper to the annual International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale (3M-NANO), which is held in 2015 on 5-9 October in Changchun, China. The ultimate ambition of this conference series is to bridge the gap between nanosciences and engineering sciences, aiming at emerging market and technology opportunities. The advanced technologies for automated manipulation, manufacturing and measurement on the nanoscale promise novel revolutionary products and methods in numerous areas of application.
Full paper submission: 1 June 2015
Special session proposals: 1 June 2015 Read the rest of this entry »
January 10th, 2015
IEEE NTC is pleased to announce our Distinguished Lectures for 2015.
Distinguished lectures can be requested by member society Chapters, Nanotechnology Chapters and conferences. For complete details see the DL program page.
Professor Jean-Pierre Leburton
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Merging Biology and Nanoelectronics: Can a semiconductor operate as a human cell?
Professor Wen Jung Li
Chair Professor of Biomedical Engineering
City University of Hong Kong
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Optically-induced Electrokinetics: A Digital Path to Rapid Nano and Bio Assembly
University of Illinois, Urbana
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Semiconductor nanotechnology: materials, devices, and manufacturability
University of Southern California
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Sub-5 nm Patterning Using Helium Ion Beam and Nanoimprint Lithography
Prof. Luca Pierantoni
Università Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM), Italy
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Radio-Frequency Nanoelectronics: novel materials, theory, modeling, and applications
Prof. Federico Rosei
Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Quebec, Canada
Distinguished Lecturer Talk Title: Molecular Basis of New Devices in Electronics and Photonics
January 1st, 2015
May 9, 2015 – NIST-led Research Group Creates First Whispering Gallery for Graphene Electrons
Yue Zhao et al., an international team of scientists at the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), demonstrated nanoscale whispering gallery electron resonance in graphene by using the probe voltage of a scanning tunneling microscope to create a circular pn junction in nanoscale area like a circular wall of mirrors to the electrons and similar to what happens to acoustic wave in the famous whispering gallery of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
“An electron that hits the step head-on can tunnel straight through it,” said NIST researcher Nikolai Zhitenev. “But if electrons hit it at an angle, their waves can be reflected and travel along the sides of the curved walls of the barrier until they began to interfere with one another, creating a nanoscale electronic whispering gallery mode.”
The potential of graphene-based quantum electronic resonators and lenses is believed to be huge.
Read the original press release and article: Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology/ NIST ; *Y. Zhao, J. Wyrick, F. Natterer, J. Rodriguez-Nieva, C. Lewandowski, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, L. Levitov, N. Zhitenev, and J. Stroscio. Creating and probing electron whispering-gallery modes in graphene. Science. 8 May 2015: Vol. 348, no. 6235, pp. 672-675. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaa7469.
credit: Jon Wyrick, CNST/NIST
(Recommended by Ed Perkins, posted by Yonhua Tzeng)
Read more nano news @ IEEE NTC NANO BLOG
August 24th, 2015
Nominations are being solicited for the IEEE Nanotechnology Council’s 2016 Awards.
Award categories are Early Career, Pioneer and Distinguished Service.
See the NTC Award Nominations page for full description of the awards, nomination process and nomination form. Nominees must be IEEE Members. Three references are required.
You can review the previous award winners here.
Nominations are due by October 15.
August 12th, 2015
The IEEE Nanotechnology Council 2015 Awards were presented at IEEE NANO 2015 in Rome, Italy
The 2015 recipient of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council’s Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology is Chennupati Jagadish, who is a Distinguished Professor and Head of Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology Group, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. His award citation states: “For pioneering and sustained contributions to compound semiconductor nanowire and quantum dot optoelectronics.” Professor Jagadish has established a world-class research program on compound semiconductor optoelectronics and nanotechnology. Key among his accomplishments are a number of major advances in compound semiconductor quantum dot and nanowire growth techniques and optoelectronics devices. Professor Jagadish has received many awards for his work, and in 2005 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
Early Career Award
The 2015 recipient of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council’s Early Career Award in Nanotechnology is Deji Akinwande, who is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. His award citation states: “For pioneering contributions towards the understanding and development of wafer-scale graphene and flexible nanoelectronics based on two-dimensional sheets.” Professor Akinwande has gained worldwide recognition for his research and inventions in 2D materials growth and flexible electronic device fabrication. Among Professor Akinwande’s awards are an NSF Career Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Scholarship and the 2012 IEEE NANO Geim and Novoselov Graphene Prize.
The awards were presented at the 15th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, in Rome. IEEE President Howard Michel (left) and Nanotechnology President Ari Requicha (right) officiated.
June 30th, 2015
In the coming few months, a number of important NTC events will be held.
- IEEE Nanotechnology Conference will be held in Rome Italy on July 27-30 with early-bird registration due June 15, 2015.
- The Nanotechnology for Instrumentation and Measurement Workshop (NANOfIM) will be held in Lecce, Italy on July 24-25 2015. Late paper submissions are open up to June 25.
- IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference will be held in Anchorage, Alaska onSeptember 13-16, 2015 with paper submission deadline being July 10, 2015.
- IEEE NANOMED will be held in Waikiki Beach, Hawaii, USA on November 15-18 with its abstract submission deadline being June 15, 2015.
- The newly launched IEEE Nanotechnology Express (ENANO) journal has its paper submission website fully functional and is welcome submission of high-quality papers.
- Besides, IEEE NTC 2015 Awards have been announced and NTC Nano Blog has reported a number of new interesting discoveries and developments in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
For more details, please click here to read the full content and more online or click the titles below for individual subjects.
IEEE Nanotechnology Conference will be held in Rome Italy on July 27-30 with early-bird registration due June 15, 2015.
The Nanotechnology for Instrumentation and Measurement Workshop (NANOfIM) will be held in Lecce, Italy on July 24-25 2015. Late paper submissions are open up to June 25.
IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference will be held in Anchorage, Alaska on September 13-16, 2015 with paper submission deadline being July 10, 2015.
IEEE NANOMED will be held in Waikiki Beach, Hawaii, USA on November 15-18 with its abstract submission deadline being June 15, 2015.
The newly launched IEEE Nanotechnology Express (ENANO) journal has its paper submission website fully functional and is welcome submission of high-quality papers.
IEEE NTC 2015 Awards have been announced.
NTC Nano Blog has reported a number of new interesting discovery and development in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
It is hoped that by this web-based NTC Newsletter, nanotechnology related R&D, commercialization and education can be effectively promoted for the benefits of humanity.
Yonhua (Tommy) Tzeng
VP for Publications
IEEE Nanotechnology Council
June 10, 2015
June 12th, 2015
The Nanotechnology for Instrumentation and Measurement Workshop (NANOfIM) 2015
July 24-25 2015 Lecce (ITALY)
Although the submission deadline is over, there is an opportunity to submit a ‘late news’ paper by June 25th.
NANOfIM is a forum with emphasis on measurement and instrumentation. There is a special issue of IEEE TNANO. Lecce is a beautiful and historical city not far from both seas, Adriatic and Jonian. It is also an important city hosting nanotechnology centers.
- Technology of Nanostructured Carbon-Based Materials and Sensing
A. Massaro & G. Cicala
- Nanocomposite Materials: from Design to Applications
F. Spano & R. Rossi
- Nanotechnology for Energy Conversion, Transportation, Storage and Utilization
G. Ciccarella & P. Carlucci
- Nanophotonics: from Design to Applications
A. Passaseo & D. Sanvitto
- Optical Biosensing: from Point of Care Application to Intracellular Nanosensing
F. Baldini, R. Bernini & A. Giannetti
- Nanotheranostics, Medical Imaging and Biomedical Applications
S. Casciaro, F. Conversano, L. Menichetti
- Emerging technologies and measurement techniques of nanostructured and hierarchical polymeric composites
C. Esposito Corcione, A. Greco & F. Lionetto
- Semiconductor Nanowires: from Controlled Self-Assembly to Device Fabrication
June 10th, 2015
IEEE NANO 2015– INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NANOTECHNOLOGY
27 – 30 JULY 2015 | ROME (ITALY)
The International IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology is taking a journey to Rome, the Eternal City. It is the 15th edition of the flagship annual event of theIEEE Nanotechnology Council. IEEE NANO 2015 will provide an international forum for the exchange of technical information in a wide variety of branches of nanotechnology and nanoscience, through feature tutorials, workshops, and track sessions; plenary and invited talks from the world most renowned scientists and engineers; exhibition of software, hardware, equipment, materials, services and literature. With its fantastic setting in the center of the Eternal City, at a walking distance from Colosseum and the most exciting locations of ancient Rome, IEEE NANO 2015 will provide a perfect forum for inspiration, interactions and exchange of ideas.
Early registration: 15 June 2015
Conference begins: 27 July 2015
See List of Plenary Speakers
Check out the Invited Speakers
And the Tutorials
Read more … on the website.