The 4th National Conference on Nanotechnology NANO 2010

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The 4th National Conference on Nanotechnology NANO 2010

Time: June 28, 2010 at 8am to July 2, 2010 at 9pm
Location: Poland
City/Town: Poznan
Website or Map: http://www.nano2010.put.pozna…
Event Type: conference
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Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2011

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The 4th National Conference on Nanotechnology NANO 2010 will be held in Poznan, Poland from June 28 to July 2, 2010. This is the fourth in a series of annual conferences, the previous ones being held in Wroclaw (2007), Cracow (2008) and Warsaw (2009). NANO 2010 is organized by Poznan Technical University, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, and the Institute of Molecular Physics of Polish Academy of Sciences in Poznan.

The purpose of the Conference is to gather researchers in nanoscience and nanotechnology and to present the state of the art in their field. We try to gather participants representing a wide spectrum of sciences such as physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, industry and medicine.

Though in principle the Conference was thought as a domestic event, we have invited also lecturers from abroad, see page Zaproszeni wykładowcy (Invited speakers). Other foreign participants will also be warmly welcome.

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Comment by Katya Marinova Simeonova on May 10, 2010 at 2:38pm
Dear Organizers,
I would like to request you for your assistance of mine to apply for an eventual Invited Speaker at your Forum. I am working at the Bulg. Acad. of Sci., Sofia, Bulgaria. My recent attending, have been fully financ. supported. My studies have been devoted to the next topics: carbon nanotubes, nanocomposites- computational modeling of mechanical, electronic, optical, magnetic tc. properties. Nano and biotechnology- ethics problems, risks and advancements in cancer research, molecular and cell biology. Also recent poster presentations of mine in 2009, www.esact2009.org, www. PhysCell2009.com, Prominas Workshop- grenoble, www.esf.org/conferences/09295, regarding nantechnology based on nanoparticles, nanodots, cantilivers etc. in clinic medicine and for rare diseases have been high appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
Regards,
Katya

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