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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on October 7, 2010 at 12:53pm
The International Conference, Workshop and Exhibition in Nanotechnology
28-30 November 2010
Al Azhar Conference Center
Cairo, Egypt

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to participate in
“The International Conference, Workshop and Exhibition in Nanotechnology” which will be held from 28 to 30 November 2010 in Cairo, Egypt.


The workshop is organized by the Scientific integrated solutions academy in cooperation with Nakaa Nanotechnology Network

These are some but not all our speakers
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Assist. Prof. Dr. Mona Bakr Mohammed (NILES, Cairo University)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Reem Arafa (Faculty of pharmacy, Cairo University)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Maha Fadel (NILES, Cairo University)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Tarek Eltayeb (NILES, Cairo University)
Dr. Eng. Tarek El-Afandy (AUC, Egypt)
Dr. Muhammad Nurdin (Haluoleo University, Indonesia)
Dr. Latifa Mohamed (NILES, Cairo University)
Dr.Ali Fahmy (vacsera)
Dr. Mohamed Al-Nagar (Egypt TEFL)
Dr. Wesam Ahmed Tawfik (Vacsera)
Student Hossam Mohamed and his team (Moharram Islamic Language School)

The conference will take place over 3 days, and will be divided into sections that allow focus on topics in Nanotechnology.

Call for Oral and Poster Session Abstracts
The Conference will consist of invited oral presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations selected from abstracts. We are accepting applications for oral and poster presentations.
Authors will be notified of the selection results. Submissions for presentations should include an abstract of no more than 300 words
Written in Times new roman size 12

It must Include its:
Category name
Author name
and all written in bold 14 Times new roman.
Poster instructions:
Those who are not acceped for oral presentation will be accepted for poster presentation
Poster must be 1m lengh x 0.5m width
On your posters, please include:
Authors – denote presenting author with *
A reception to view and discuss posters will be held during the first day of the conference.
Abstracts should support one of the topics listed below:
Introduction to Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology and:
Tissue engineering
DNA and gene delivery
Drug delivery
Cancer therapy
Plant biotechnology
Water treatment
Smart chips
Energy production
Nanotechnology education in egypt and middle east and all chances available
Nanotechnology career in egypt and middle east and all organizations support work in nanotechnology
Nanotechnology investment in Egypt and Middle East

Abstract deadline: 15 October 2010

Registration Deadline: 30 October 2010.

Registration Rates
Early Registration:
225 Egyptian pounds for Egyptians (on or before October 18, 2010).
100 Euro for Foreigners
Late Registration:
300 Egyptian pounds for Egyptians ( after October 18, 2010).
160 Euro for Foreigners

Onsite Registration:
400 Egyptian pounds for Egyptians ( after October 18, 2010).
200 Euro for Foreigners
The registration fees include;
Lunches and coffee breaks indicated in the program.
Participation to all scientific sessions.
Admission to the scientific and commercial exhibition.
All congress documentation (congress bag with its contents, name badge, certificate of attendance, congress book)

If you would like to register to our great event you can:
· Attend one of our seminars and fill an application form and pay the fees to our organizers and take a payment confirmation sheet so as to present it to our registration office in the first day of the conference
· You can register online at www.sisacademy.org and pay the registration fees at Faisal Islamic bank of Egypt to account no. : 23608 and you will receive from the bank a payment confirmation paper. please scan it and send it to gehady_nakaa@gawab.com, Nakaa.Nanotechnology.Network@gmail.com or gmanager@sisacademy.org to confirm your registration and payment
· you can visit our booth at egypt TEFL associsiation in 7th yousef wahby street from Gamal El Din El afaghany
Wimpy EL Haram
Apartment 4, first floor
and fill an application form and pay the fees to our organizers and take a payment confirmation sheet so as to present it to our registration office in the first day of the conference.
If you are not in Egypt, the registration fees will be sent to Faisal Islamic bank of Egypt to account no. : 23608 SWIFT FIEG EG CX DOK and you will receive from the bank a payment confirmation paper. Please scan it and send it to gehady_nakaa@gawab.com, Nakaa.Nanotechnology.Network@gmail.com or gmanager@sisacademy.org to confirm your registration and payment
Sponsorship and Exhibition
The workshop organizers hope that the workshop may include an exhibition that will collect all organizations, companies and univerisities interested in Nanotechnology, pharmacy, Engineering and science in Egypt and the Middle East. you can book your booth for total of 5000 Egyptian pounds for the 3 days of the work shop if you are an Egyptian.For foreigners booking the booth will cost a total of 1750 euro for the 3 days of the workshop.
Sponsorship details. Industries, Universities, Publishers, Organizations and Government Agencies can partially sponsor the Conference by purchasing a sponsor’s 1-page advertisement in the workshop proceedings. Sponsors can also distribute flyers or advertising material at the Conference. A table will be available to provide theadvertising material for the attendees. Sponsors can also set up posters.
You will have:
Your logo poster hanged on your table
Table + 2 chairs
Your logo advertised on the Conference book with your contact information
2 exhibitor representitives (enabling access to all conference sessions, as well as refreshments at the lunch and coffee breaks)
To discuss further your company’s involvement in Sponsorship and Exhibition at Nanotechnology 2010, please contact gmanager@sisacademy.org or Nakaa.Nanotechnology.Network@gmail.com
Deadline for Contract signing is: 30 October 2010
Our main sponsors are:
AUC, Egypt
Egypt TEFL
Sis academy
Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN

Please contact the people below if you have any questions about the Conference.
Dr. Eng. Tarek El-Afandy.( tarek.elafandy@gmail.com )
Dr. Wesam Ahmed Tawfik( nakaa.nanotechnology.network@gmail.com )

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Comment by B.nataraju on November 11, 2009 at 6:08pm
hi,,i m doing Msc chemistry in IIT Madras.also my project is based on nanoclusters and catalysis.i want to do PhD in nanoscience.please send some links...

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Comment by Tony Mathew on October 11, 2009 at 11:06am
Hi friends...
I am a final year mechanical engineering student in Kerala,India.I am interested in doing masters in nano materials..Which college should i look for and would i get a scholarship of any sort??

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Comment by Ruchika Kumari on August 10, 2009 at 7:56am
Hi Members 1

I would like to update myself regarding the development in the field of Implant devices with the influnce of 'Nanotechnology and its application ' in this field.


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Comment by TINC on May 9, 2009 at 11:46am
New positions:

TINC-Job Monitor: Investigating the nano-scale ordering of plasma-membrane anchored proteins


Graduate studentships available for research on Nano-Diagnostics and Nano-Therapeutics at the Department of Experimental Molecular Imaging at the RWTH in Aachen (Germany)


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Comment by TINC on May 9, 2009 at 10:53am

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Comment by Dr R S Jadoun on March 26, 2009 at 5:43am
GRE and toefl or at least IELTS/TOEFL is must for getting admission in PhD nanomaterials.

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Comment by Dr. Dhiraj Kumar on March 25, 2009 at 11:20pm
If you can give GRE and toefl or at least IELTS/TOEFL then you can try in so many university. its the time now, try on google with PhD nanomaterials.. you will find... many options and links there....

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on February 3, 2009 at 11:29am
" The IGERT Nanomedicine Science and Technology Program at Northeastern University is looking for upper-level Graduate and Undergraduate applicants with a strong academic record and keen desire to do interdisciplinary research in the area of Nanomedicine".

" Students interested in applying to the IGERT Nanomedicine Program must first be accepted into one of the Northeastern University participating departments (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) according to the regular guidelines of that department. Accepted students may then apply separately to the IGERT Program. Students should indicate in their departmental application letters that they are interested in joining the IGERT program. Alongside departmental applications, students should send a resume, most recent transcripts and 1 page proposal detailing interest in the IGERT interdisciplinary program to Rita Kaderian the address below. Please note that acceptance into a Northeastern University program does not guarantee acceptance into the IGERT Nanomedicine Program".

IGERT NanoMedicine Science and Technology Program:

Integrative Graduate Education & Research Traineeship:

" Distinguished Professor of Physics Srinivas Sridhar, who is also vice provost for research, is the principal investigator and director of the new program. The co-principal investigators are Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Science Mansoor Amiji (Associate Director), Professor of Chemical Engineering Gilda Barabino, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Sanjeev Mukerjee, and Professor of Chemistry Mary Jo Ondrechen. The project will also include collaborations with investigators from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Massachusetts General Hospital, and scientists from companies such as Genzyme and Boston Scientific".

"Nanomedicine is a new interdisciplinary paradigm emerging from the timely convergence of two parallel recent developments ñ the decoding of the human genome that has led to greater understanding of the molecular basis of medicine and biology, and nanotechnology, which offers the means to control molecular interactions," Sridhar says. "As a result of this program and funding, we anticipate significant research breakthroughs in cellular biosensors for cancer diagnostics, magnetic bio-control, targeted drug delivery and mitochondrial gene delivery for cancer therapy, bio-nano machines and nanomanufacturing."

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Comment by David Lyndel on February 1, 2009 at 12:05pm
For a rather extensive list of centers and universities offering courses and degrees in nanoscience in United States then please check out: http://www.nanoed.org

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