Following Keystone, USA, in 2008 and Beijing, CHINA, in 2010, the 2012 International Conference on Nanoscience + Technology (ICN+T) will provide an international forum for discussion of the latest developments in nanoscale science and technology and recent advances in scanning probe microscopy and related techniques. In 2012, ICN+T will be held jointly with STM'12, in order to emphasize topics including scanning probe microscopy/spectroscopy and related instrumentation. This conference will also cover a range of topics in nanoscale science and technology, addressing the interdisciplinary, international nature of this exciting and rapidly growing field.
Plenary speakers will give lectures in the great amphitheatre of the Sorbonne University. leading scientists will give invited presentations on the latest developments in nanoscale science and technology. We expect 600-700 attendees from around the globe to present their latest research. In addition to a diverse technical program, vendors will exhibit the latest equipment available for nanoscale measurement science and technology. The exhibit will surround the poster presentations, providing many opportunities for discussions between attendees and vendors.
This conference will cover a large range of topics in nanoscale science and technology, addressing the interdisciplinary, international nature of this exciting and rapidly growing field. Topics to be covered include scanning probe microscopy/spectroscopy and related instrumentation, nanosystems, nanomechanics, nanomanipulation, nanomagnetism, nanooptics, nanowires, nanofluidics, nanobiotechnology, molecular electronics, quantum devices, and advances in materials and processing for nanotechnology and nanofabrication. Leading scientists will be invited to present their latest developments in nanoscale science and technology. We expect about 800 attendees from around the globe to present their latest research.
- Molecular Self-Assembly
- Semiconductor Nanostructures
- Nano-Optics and Nano-Antenna
- Molecular and Nanoelectronics
- Spintronics and Nanomagnetism
- Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
- Surface Chemistry and Catalysis
- Nanobiotechnology, Nanomedecine
- Novel Nanomaterials and Nanofabrication
- Nanosystems, Nanomechanics and Manipulation
- Scanning Probe Microscopy and Instrumentation