14th International workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

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14th International workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Time: November 22, 2012 at 4pm to November 23, 2012 at 8pm
Location: Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Street: boulevard Kliment Ohridski 8
City/Town: Sofia
Website or Map: http://ecad.tu-sofia.bg/~rado…
Phone: +359 887430060
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Ana Proykova, Ph.D. in physics, Doctor. Habil. (D.Sci.)
Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2012

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The 14th International workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology will be held in Sofia, 
22 & 23 November, 2012 
in the new library building at the Technical University of Sofia  .
The topics of the conference:
A – Theory , modeling and simulations                         
B – Clusters, nanoparticles, composites                         
C – Thin films, superlayers, quantum dots and nanowires    
D – Nanophases in bulk materials, Nanocomposites    
E - Bioinspired concepts and medical applications                  
F - Micro and nanoengeneering. Nanometrology   
You must send us your abstract in English no later than 5th of November 2012
(the technical requirements to the abstract are given below).
You will receive an e-mail notification from the Organizing committee about your presentation (oral or poster) no later than 16.11.2012.
Send your application for participation to   Galia Ivanova a href="mailto:galia_ivanova2000@yahoo.co.uk">galia_ivanova2000@yahoo.co.uk>:
Title of the presentation:
Authors:
Affiliation:
Abstract: (exactly 1/2 page format A4,  font Arial 12)  - the abstract will be printed
Preferable section: (you can specify more than one section)
Mode of presentation: oral or poster
We are looking forward to welcoming  you at the conference.
The Organizing Committee

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Comment by Ana Proykova, Ph.D. in physics, Doctor. Habil. (D.Sci.) on November 13, 2012 at 11:36pm

I shall be glad to welcome you. We have already 90 registered participants for the conference. The program for the presentations will be available on Monday.


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Comment by Ana Proykova, Ph.D. in physics, Doctor. Habil. (D.Sci.) on November 13, 2012 at 11:34pm


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Comment by prof prem raj pushpakaran on November 8, 2012 at 3:31am

i wish this event be a grand success.

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