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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

It is indeed a pleasure for me to join my colleague in welcoming you to 
participate to BIT’s 2nd Annual World Congress of Nano-S&T 2012. I would 
like to particularly welcome the delegates and speakers from all over the 

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 Collaboration
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