- Education & Outreach
- Advanced Print and Roll to Roll Manufacturing Facility
- Nanoimprint Lithography & Hybrid Coating R2R Coaters
- Conte Nanotechnology Cleanroom Lab
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility
- UMass-Amherst Mass Spectrometry Center
- W.M. Keck Center for Electron Microscopy
- W.M. Keck Nanostructures Laboratory
- Hysitron Triboindenter
- Nanonex Nanoimprinter
ConferenceSunday, July 3, 2016 (All day) to Friday, July 8, 2016 (All day)Herrnstein, Austria http://www.engconf.org/conferences/biotechnology/nanotechnology-in-medicine-from-molecules-to-humans/ Nanotechnology is prominent in medicine for various applications that span use in understanding cellular and molecular interactions to the downstream development of technologies for disease characterization, detection and treatment. A few examples include systemically injectable nanoparticles for the targeted delivery of multiple therapeutic and contrast agents; multi-scale hierarchically-complex implants for the regeneration of bone and soft tissues; micro/nano-fluidic chips resembling the authentic architecture and biology of real organs. Despite the high promise of nanotechnology, only a few of these technologies generated have made it to clinical utility. It is likely that the limited translation of nanotechnology-based interventions to date is also due to the lack of mechanistic understanding of cellular and molecular interactions of these technologies owing to the complexity of biological systems in health and diseases. We envision the ECI Nanotechnology in Medicine conference to provide a platform to aid in the mechanistic understanding of cellular and molecular interactions/responses induced by nanotechnologies and the exploitation of these understandings to generate highly effective nanotechnologies for the early detection, imaging and treatment of human diseases. The conference will bring together biologists, materials scientists, physicists, engineers and clinical scientists. Session Topics (as currently envisioned) Nano/microparticles for diagnostics and therapeutics Nano/microtechnology for study of cellular and molecular dynamics Nanotechnology and translational medicine Nanotechnology and biopolymer for regenerative medicine Nanostructures for cell adhesion, growth, motility, and differentiation Nanoscale interactions for cell, tissue and organ
ConferenceMonday, June 27, 2016 (All day) to Friday, July 1, 2016 (All day)Saint-Petersburg, Russia http://lpc.ifmo.ru/flamn16/ International Symposium “Fundamentals of Laser Assisted Micro– and Nanotechnologies” in 2016 is an integral part of the "Lasers and Photonics" Congress organized by ITMO University. All participants of the International Symposium “Fundamentals of Laser Assisted Micro– and Nanotechnologies” will have access to all technical sessions of all other events of the Lasers and Photonics Congress (limited to seat availability). The International Congress "Lasers and Photonics" will start on Monday, June 27, with a Plenary Session at the Holiday Inn Moskovskye Vorota hotel. Laser–assisted micro- and nanotechnologies are rapidly growing areas of research, development and production. The serial FLAMN Symposium includes a broad spectrum of laser micro– and nanoprocessing problems: from physical fundamentals of different processes and their experimental demonstration to development and implementation of industrial equipment.
ConferenceMonday, June 27, 2016 (All day) to Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (All day)Graz, Austria http://www.nanofis.net/ nanoFIS 2016 intends to contribute to challenges and topics covered by the Mission, Vision & Strategy of the European Micro- & Nanoelectronics and to increase visibility in particular in the More-Than-Moore domain. The nanoFIS 2016 conference focuses on implementation of Key Enabling Technologies for Novel Device Development and 3D System Integration nanoFIS 2016 will highlight latest R&D results in the following Topics ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS NANOSENSORS SYSTEM INTEGRATION & PACKAGING RELIABILITY SMART MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
ConferenceWednesday, June 22, 2016 (All day) to Saturday, June 25, 2016 (All day)Poznań, Poland http://www.nanotechpoland.pl/ The aim of the conference is to create an international platform for the presentation and discussion on the latest scientific achievements and introduced innovations in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The conference will bring together scientists, experts, practitioners, and policy makers, representatives both of academia and industry, therefore will create a great opportunity for finding new research and commercialization partners. This will be particularly fostered by the conference Exhibition and Exhibition Day, which is open to the participation of private companies. The conference will be also an excellent event for young researchers, as it will provide with the Young Researchers Forum, where they will have an opportunity to present and discuss on their scientific achievements in front of the renowned scientists. The conference scientific programme will cover frontier topics in nanotechnology and will include numerous high-level contributed oral and poster scientific presentations, as well as plenary lectures and invited talks by eminent scientists.
ConferenceTuesday, June 14, 2016 (All day) to Wednesday, June 15, 2016 (All day)Katowice, Poland http://www.internanopoland.com/ InterNanoPoland – the biggest Polish conference of nanotechnology, modern entrepreneurship and good practices in cluster management and nano- governance. INP is organized by The NANONET Foundation , City KATOWICE and the Silesian Nano Cluster in order to meet the growing and constantly changing needs of innovative business and science sector concentrated around nanotechnology and advanced technologies. InterNanoPoland takes place on 14th and 15th of June 2016 in the city of Katowice. Conference is held during the international exhibition of economic and scientific innovations INTARG in the International Conference Center.
ConferenceMonday, May 23, 2016 (All day) to Friday, May 27, 2016 (All day)Paestum, Italy http://gm2016.fisica.unisa.it/ Graphene and Graphene oxide • Synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications • Growth of large area Graphene • Physics and chemistry of Graphene • Graphene for plasmonics and optics • Field emission from Graphene • Graphene based nanoelectronic devices • Graphene and Graphene oxide for energy (battery, capacitor, catalysis, solar) Graphene based polymer composites • Functionalization of Graphene and development of novel sensors • Graphene for Flexible Electronics, Sensors & Composites Graphene-like 2D materials • Integration of Graphene with other 2D materials • electronic, optoelectronic properties and potential applications • Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods • Chemistry and modification of 2DMats • Structural, electronic, optical and magnetic properties of 2DMats and devices • Applications of 2DMats in electronics, photonics, energy and biomedicine
ConferenceThursday, March 10, 2016 (All day) to Friday, March 11, 2016 (All day)Vienna, Austria http://www.profactor.at/nilaustria/index.php?id=639 After a successful event in in March 2015 in Berlin, PROFACTOR takes the oppor tunity and hosts the NILindustrialday 2016 again in Vienna. The international symposium will start on Thursday, March 10, 2016 after lunchtime. The lectures will finish on Friday, March 11 after lunch. The scientific part will be followed by social activities on the March 10 in the evening. We will enjoy the view over Vienna in the Gigant Ferris Wheel. The program will provide ample opportunities to share ideas and discuss technical and process details related with NIL. Internationally recognized experts will discuss high-lights and trends and will present their latest R&D results. The dialogue between R&D and industrial participants will be stimulated through a small industrial exhibition and workhops on life sciences and NIL on curved surfaces for in depth discussions as well as initiation of further business cooperations. The agenda covers impact topics for industrial implementations. We are presenting both, the state of research and in industries as well as news and novel concepts.
Melodea Ltd. is pioneering the development of an economically viable industrial process for the extraction of Nano Crystalline Cellulose (known as NCC or CNC) from the sludge of the paper industry. Moreover, we develop unique technologies to assemble the NCC into ecologically friendly foams as well as enhancement of strength and other properties of materials such as: bio-packaging, paper, acrylic glues and paints. Faculty of Agriculture The Hebrew University Rehovot P.O.Box 12 Rehovot 7612001 Israel
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ConferenceTuesday, April 5, 2016 (All day) to Thursday, April 7, 2016 (All day)München, Germany http://www.lopec.com LOPEC is the event for the printed electronics industry. It combines technology and business. It is the leading global platform in the sector and provides support in every aspect of the industry, from research to application. LOPEC makes printed electronics an inspiring experience. All relevant business areas, and thus the entire value chain, are represented at LOPEC: Materials Manufacturing processes Assembly and packaging technologys System integration Inspection and test systems Devices Applications Services
New technique diagnoses problems linked to frequency fluctuations in nanomechanical resonators.
Researchers at the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, the University of Vienna, and the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona have achieved a new milestone in quantum physics: they were...
A new one atom-thick flat material that could upstage the wonder material graphene and advance digital technology has been discovered by a physicist at the University of Kentucky working in collaborat...
Conductive tracks are usually hard printed on a board. But those recently developed at EPFL are altogether different: they are almost as flexible as rubber and can be stretched up to four times their...
Iranian researchers synthesized nanostructured thin films that have application in the production of electrical and optical devices, including solar cells, gas sensors and LEDs.
The beginning of the end for encryption schemes? New quantum computer, based on five atoms, factors numbers in a scalable way
What are the prime factors, or multipliers, for the number 15? Most grade school students know the answer 3 and 5 by memory. A larger number, such as 91, may take some pen and paper. An even large...
Carbon nanotubes improve metals longevity under radiation: Aluminum used in nuclear reactors and other harsh environments may last longer with new treatment
One of the main reasons for limiting the operating lifetimes of nuclear reactors is that metals exposed to the strong radiation environment near the reactor core become porous and brittle, which can...
GLOBALFOUNDRIES, a leading provider of advanced semiconductor manufacturing technology, announced today that Alain Mutricy has joined the company as senior vice president of the Product Management Gro...
TX68: Trash or Treasure? As asteroid TX68 nears its close approach on March 8, Dr. John Lewis, chief scientist at Deep Space Industries, discusses whether or not its a good mining prospect
A small asteroid called 2013 TX68 is due to fly past Earth next Tuesday, March 8. And while TX68 poses no threat to our planet this time around the latest NASA projection has the asteroid missing us...
Kyushu University, OPERADemonstrating a strategy that could form the basis for a new class of electronic devices with uniquely tunable properties, researchers at Kyushu University were able to widely vary the emission col
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Raman spectroscopy could be a good tool for characterizing GNRs.