ImagineNano event is back in spring 2013 - An international reference in the nano world

The Bilbao Exhibition Centre will host for the second time ImagineNano, the international event on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. The event will be held next spring from the 23rd to the 26th of April 2013 (Bilbao, Spain).

ImagineNano will be organized once again by Phantoms Foundation, CIC NanoGUNE, Donostia International Physics Centre and in collaboration with the Bilbao Exhibition Centre.


The 2013 edition will keep the same structure using high-level infrastructure. Under the same roof several international conferences will be held (Graphene, NanoSpain, nanoBio&Med, Photonics/Plasmonics/Magneto-Optics (PPM), TNA Energy and nanoSD “Security&Defense”), as well as a vast exhibition showcasing cutting-edge advances in nanotechnology research and development, an Industrial Forum and a brokerage event (one-to-one meetings). The event will gather the global nanotechnology community, including researchers, industry, policymakers and investors.


It’s expected that the exhibition will gather companies/institutions from different areas: nanotechnology tools, materials, nanofabrication technology, biotechnology, networks, investors, publishing, and metrology, among others. 


ImagineNano 2011 in numbers:

  • 1500 Participants from 42 countries
  • 90 Booths
  • 160 companies/institutions
  • Represented Country/Region Pavilions: 5
  • 600 posters
  • 300 speakers
  • Top five foreign participants: France, Germany, United States, United Kingdom and Japan
  • 1 Industrial Forum
  • 2 Brokerage events


ImagineNano is now an established event and is considered the largest European in the field. The event is an excellent platform for communication between science and business, bringing together Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in the same place. Further news will be updated regularly on the event website:



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