|CCL 12.10.26 Nano-S&T NanoSciences & Technologies 2012, Qingdao, China|
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Date: Thu Feb 16 20:41:08 2012
Subject: 12.10.26 Nano-S&T NanoSciences & Technologies 2012, Qingdao, China
2nd Annual World Congress of Nano-S&T 2012 October 26-28, 2012 Venue: Qingdao, China http://www.bitconferences.com/nano2012/program.asp It is indeed a pleasure for me to join my colleague in welcoming you to participate to BITâs 2nd Annual World Congress of Nano-S&T 2012. I would like to particularly welcome the delegates and speakers from all over the world. The 2nd Annual World Congress of Nano-S&T is hosted by Information Research Center of International Talent, China Medicinal Biotech Association and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Dalian Sub-council, and it is operated by BIT World Congress (Dalian) Inc., the Foreign Experts Databank of SAFEA-Dalian Biotechnological and Medical Experts Subdivision. By programmed with 12 streamlines, this conference is aimed to be a dedicated event for nanoscience and nanotechnology professionals. The program highlights some recent breakthrough stories and successes in this particular field. Over the conference period, you will have opportunities to share information and the best practices on from current research to commercial implementation of new technologies. At the same time, we would explore further communication and collaboration through social activities during the conference. Finally, I appreciate so much all our scientific advisors, session organizers, supporters and hardworking organizing committee members for their enormous efforts to bring this grand program together. I look forward to productive and fruitful discussions, and wish everyone have a unforgettable stay in Qingdao. Xiaodan Mei, Ph.D. Executive Chair of Nano-S&T 2012 East Area, F11, Building 1, Dalian Ascendas IT Park, 1 Hui Xian Yuan, Dalian Hi-tech Industrial Zone, LN 116025, China Pre-Conference Workshops: Workshop 1: Careers in Nanotechnology Workshop 2: Standard in Nanotechnologies Workshop 3: Policy and Funding Strategies in Nanotechnologies Workshop 4: Nanotechnology Education and Research Opportunities Workshop 5: Nanobiotechnology Funding Structure Scientific Program Program Layout Streamline 1: Frontier of Nanosciences and Technologies Streamline 2: Advanced Nanomaterials Streamline 3: Characterization & Analytical Tools for Nanotech Streamline 4: Fabrication and Nano-Engineering Processes Streamline 5: Nano-electronics , Microsystems & Nano-IT Streamline 6: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology Streamline 7: Nanotechnology in Energy & Environment Streamline 8: Nanocoating, Nanoadhesive and NanoPrinting & Nanopackaging Streamline 9: Applications in Textile, Agriculture and Food Industries Streamline 10: Nanotech in Aerospace and Defense Streamline 11: Nanotech in Transportation Vehicles Streamline 12: Business and Partnership in Nanotech Industry Streamline 1: Frontier of Nanosciences and Technologies Section 1-1: Nano- Physics Section 1-2: Nano- Optics, Nano- Photonics Section 1-3: Molecules, Nano- Optoelectronics & Nano- Electronics Section 1-4: Quantum Computing and Qubits Section 1-5: Plasma Nanoscience Section 1-6: Nano- Spintronics Section 1-7: Nano- Magnetics Section 1-8: Nano- Sensors and Nano- Probes Section 1-9: NEMS, MEMS, Nano- Fluidics Devices Section 1-10: Computational Nanotechnology -Modelling and Simulation Section 1-11: Nano- HUB Section 1-12: Nanotoxicology Section 1-13: Nano- Dot Section 1-14: Nano- Thermal Devices Section 1-15: Ion Beams in Nanoscience and Technology Section 1-16: Nanomechanics Section 1-17: Nano- Material Modification to Traditional Add Section 1-18: Nano- Manufacturing, Industry Issues, Standards Section 1-19: Nanotechnologies in Society, Health and the Environment Section 1-20: Emerging Technologies Streamline 2: Advanced Nanomaterials Section 2-1: Functional Nano- Structure Design and Processing Section 2-2: Nanotubes Section 2-3: Nanowires Section 2-4: Nanofilms Section 2-5: Electrochemical Materials Section 2-6: Nanoparticles Section 2-7: Nano- Ceramic Section 2-8: Nanofiber Section 2-9: Graphene Section 2-10: Fullerene Section 2-11: Nanocrystals and Nano Quasicrystals Section 2-12: Molecular and Supramolecular Materials Section 2-13: Superhard Nanomaterial Section 2-14: Nanomaterial with Superconductivity Section 2-15: Polymer Nanotechnology Section 2-16: Oxide Nanocomposites and Multilayers Section 2-17: Friction and Rheology on the Nanometer Scale Section 2-18: Preparation and Properties of Nanostructured Materials Section 2-19: Synthesis of Nanomarterial, Nanoparticles and Nanopowder Section 2-20: Self- Organization/Assembly in Chemistry Section 2-21: Nanomaterials for Catalysis Section 2-22: Modeling and Simulating the Dynamics of Nano- Objects Section 2-23: Supercritical Fluid for Nanotech Section 2-24: Design and Synthesis of Nano- Optic Materials Section 2-25: Microporous, Nano- Porous, Mesoporous Materials and Applications Section 2-26: Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers to Dendrimers Streamline 3: Characterization & Analytical Tools for Nanotech Section 3-1: Nanoscale Materials Characterization Section 3-2: Nano- Imaging Section 3-3: Nanoscopy Section 3-4: Nano- Metrology Section 3-5: Scanning Probe Microscopy in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Section 3-6: X-Rays in Nanoscience and Nanotech Streamline 4: Fabrication and Nano-Engineering Processes Section 4-1: Nano- Fabrication Section 4-2: Nano- Lithography Section 4-3: Nano- Surface Processing and Positioning Section 4-4: Etching Process Section 4-5: Nano- Finishing Technology Streamline 5: Nano- Electronics , Microsystems & Nano-IT Section 5-1: Nanoelectronics, Nano- Magnetism and Nanosystems Section 5-2: Nanowires, Molecular Electronics, and Nanodevices Section 5-3: Metals, Semiconductors, and Junction Devices Section 5-4: Nano- Silicon Section 5-5: Molecular Nanoelectronic Devices Section 5-6: Nano OSCs & DSSCs Section 5-7: Single Electron Transistors, Tunneling Devices, and Organic Hybrid Nano- Devices Section 5-8: Analysis, Design and Simulation of Nanoelectronic Materials and Devices Section 5-9: Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication Section 5-10: NanoFab: Manufacturing & Instrumentation Section 5-11: Power Electronics & Materials Section 5-12: Silicon- Microelectronics Section 5-13: Nanotech in Data Storage Section 5-14: Display Nanotechnology Section 5-15: Nanotechnology for RFID Streamline 6: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology Section 6-1: Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation Section 6-2: Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery Section 6-3: Nanoparticles in Imaging Technologies Section 6-4: Cancer Nanotechnology Section 6-5: Nano Medical Sciences Section 6-6: Micro & Nano Fluidics Section 6-7: Biomaterials and Bioinspiration Section 6-8: Nanomaterial Enhanced Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering Streamline 7: Nanotechnology in Energy & Environment Section 7-1: Nano- Energy Systems, and Nano- Energy Grinding Section 7-2: Nanotech in Heat Transfer and Nano Fluid Engineering Section 7-3: Nanotech for Fuel Cell and Solar Cell Section 7-4: Solid State Lighting Using Nanomaterials Section 7-5: Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion Section 7-6: Nanoparticles, Nanocomposites and Nanofilm for Energy Applications Section 7-7: Green Chemistry & Materials Section 7-8: Nanomaterials for Clean and Sustainable Technology Section 7-9: Cleantech & Nanotech in Oil, Gas & Traditional Energy Section 7-10: Energy Storage & Novel Generation Section 7-11: Green Building & Construction Section 7-12: Environmental Implications of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Streamline 8: Nanocoating, Nanoadhesive and NanoPrinting & Nanopackaging Section 8-1: Nanostructure Materials for Coating and Adhesives Section 8-2: Novel Nanoadhesive Materials Section 8-3: Nanocoating & Nanoadhesives in Electronic Products Section 8-4: Biomimetic Nanoadhesives Section 8-5: New Nanoprinting Technology Section 8-6: Nanoprinting for Circuit and Chips Section 8-7: Nanocontact Printing and Writing Section 8-8: Nanocomposite and Nanomaterials for Packaging Application Streamline 9: Applications in Textile, Agriculture and Food Industries Section 9-1: Applications in NanoTextile Section 9-2: Next Generation Intelligent NanoTextile Section 9-3: Nanotech for Agricultural Crop Processing Section 9-4: Nanotech for Smart Farming Section 9-5: Nanostructural Materials and Food Functions Section 9-6: Nanotech for Food Processing Streamline 10: Nanotech in Aerospace and Defense Section 10-1: Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites Involved within Aerospace Section 10-2: Nanosensors for Aerospace and CNT Based Electronic Noses Section 10-3: Emerging MNT Concepts & System Development Section 10-4: Nano/Picosatellites in Aerospace Section 10-5: Nanomaterials for Aerospace Air Purification Section 10-6: Nanodevices for Defense & Security Streamline 11: Nanotech in Transportation Vehicles Section 11-1: Nanocomposite Materials for Higher Performance Vehicle Parts Section 11-2: Nanoplastics in Automotive Engineering Section 11-3: Nanoadditives as Exhaust Catalysts Section 11-4: Nanotechnology for Automotive Power System Section 11-5: Automotive Nanocoatings Streamline 12: Business and Partnership in Nanotech Industry Section 12-1: Global Strategies, Industry trends and Applications Section 12-2: Technology Transfer and Licensing Section 12-3: International Partnership in Nanotechnology Section 12-4: Green Nanotechnology and Investment Section 12-5: Nanotrade and International CollaborationNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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