18th International Conference on Composites or Nano Engineering


ICCE-18 Anchorage, Alaska, USA, July 4-10, 2010

Call for Nano/Composites/Metal/Polymers PAPERS
(item 1) we are still accepting NEW paper titles at ICCE-18 Anchorage, so please inform many interested researchers, colleagues, friends,
especially students, and junior faculty members, who need visibilities.
(item 2) Interested authors should submit detailed two page short
papers to David Hui, each page has two-column format, and short papers
must have as many results as possible. All short papers will be
reviewed and published as short papers in World Journal of
Engineering. Immediately after the ICCE-18 conference, as an option,
please submit detailed full-length papers (with paper title change),
and they will be reviewed and published in World J. of Engineering.
Thus, all accepted participants will have the benefit of publishing two
papers in this journal.
(item 3) For authors whose paper has been accepted in ICCE-18, if you
urgently need signed invitation letter, please inform me immediately.
Interested authors should apply for travel visa early, and apply for
fundings to attend this conference.
(item 4) We are interested in new topics in pure and applied science
and engineering at ICCE-18 Anchorage. This is because the scope of
nano research is ever expanding to include almost every aspects of
research advances in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics,
medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, aerospace, microscopy, structural
mechanics, ocean engineering, environmental science, among others.
Feel free to suggest and help develop sessions especially in new topics
(item 5) Alaska is one of the most fascinating resort locations in the
world. It is a place where a typical senior professor may say, ”I
have been in almost all states except this state of Alaska”. The
Alaska slogan is “the last frontier”, because it is relatively
unexplored and because it is one of the very few not yet polluted, full
of natural wonder lands, under inhabited places in the world. The
Alaska glacier lake is most suitable for extremely busy professors,
because it offers absolutely fascinating mind-refreshing feelings, so
you can go back home later to continued to do your busy work.
You can see glacier, take cruise ships, or Alaska railway to see the
wildlife, taste the freshest salmons in the world, explore unique
American native cultures, experience long day time and short night time
in summer in Alaska, and if you drive north, you will get well over 20
hours of daylight in summer. Be sure to bring your telescope to see
polar bears. You will also see special celebrations of July 4 which is
national holiday in America. Of course, the weather in Alaska is
generally excellent and slightly cool during summer, you can call it
natural air conditioner.

More information: http://myweb.polyu.edu.hk/~mmktlau/ICCE/ICCE_Main.htm

Cheers
David Hui
dhui@uno.edu
Chair ICCE-18 Anchorage, Alaska, USA July 4-10, 2010

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