For the first time we offer you the full program of the four day ENF2009 conference on NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY, 2-5 June, Prague, Czech Republic. The comprehensive program includes 6 plenary sessions, 27 parallel sessions, 12 accompanying workshops, 2 panel discussions and 2 nano-brokerages. The main conference themes include Nanotechnology for Eco- and Energy-efficient Industrial technologies (e.g. Transport, Construction, Textile, Chemical industry), Nanotechnology for Energy (Photovoltaics and Thermoelectrics, Batteries, H2 production and storage, Fuel cells), Nanotechnology for Health and Environment (Drug delivery, Diagnostics, Regenerative medicine, Water treatment, Pollution monitoring) and Nanotechnology for Future Industrial Technologies (Nanoelectronics, Nanophotonics and OLEDs, Bionanotechnology, Polymer nanocomposites, Supramolecular chemistry) and many more.

Nanotechnology Horizontal topics include Safety, Environmental and Health protection, Standardization,

Characterization and Processing Technologies, Education, Pan-European integrating activities and Ethical, Legal and Societal Aspects. Special session is devoted to nanotechnology governance which should not be missed by any nanotechnology policy maker.

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The complete program includes more than 160 Top level international speakers from the World leading industries, nanotechnology research institutes and universities and from policy making bodies like European Commission or Governmental and National authorities.

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On request of European Commission, each conference speaker should provide the latest state-of-the-art overview of respective field, identify the industrial or end-user needs, asses the benefits and potential risks and provide possible recommendations. Therefore we expect the ENF2009 to be the largest policy making forum in nanotechnology this year. Moreover the importance of this forum grows because of recently released European Economic Recovery Plan, including new research PPP initiatives plans like Green Cars, Energy Efficient Buildings and a Factories of the Future – Manufacturing in a total budget of € 7,2 bn. Because Nanotechnology could contribute to all of them significantly and the implementation of these initiatives should start soon, everybody is eager to learn more at ENF2009!

More than 200 posters will be presented at ENF2009!

More than 700 delegates are expected! Don’t miss the opportunity to meet your clients, partners, colleagues or competitors.

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