yes it would be a great idea to have a conference like this and I feel that more imporatnce should be gicen to those areas where the exploration is still not efective and in areas where the impact of nano would create a greater change
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As many of you are aware a leading Conference in Nano is entering its third edition in Bangalore, India... The City is also called the Technology Hub of Asia... If you feel it is OK, we can approach the Organising committee of the Bangalore Nano conference and see if we can get a chance to be there... Just an Idea.. and we may get the EXPO as the back ground and many international speakers with experince in NanoScience are going be speaking there... As this is the first meeting this could be a good choice to feel the pulse and also plan for the better things in the coming years...
I have personally been a leading promoter of NanoScale applications for the past 3 years and have been able to create a good connectivity in many countries. Also have been associated with this premier international Conference...
I know we have been talking about this as long as August 2008....
It is good idea. First finalize the place (may be Hungry), and dates, duration, then the conference themes.then send calls for invited speakers.Once finalize the speakers, a general call for papers can be launched. But important thing is finance. To have a good nano community this should be supported by some funding agency. So who is going to arrange it.
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