Last chance to submit your abstract to SAME2016 and get early bird registration fee!

That's the last chance to submit your abstract to 3rd International Conference on Self-Assembly and Molecular Electronics (SAME2016) in Aalborg, Denmark 16-18 Nov 2016. The abstract and early bird registration close on  17 Oct 2016. 

Please use submission link

 http://same.riverpublishers.com/registration3rd.php


Here is the complete list of important deadlines:

Abstract submission deadline:      1 Sep 2016 17 Oct 2016
Authors notification:                    
  1 Oct 2016 21 Oct 2016
Early bird registration deadline:
   15 Sep 2016  17 Oct 2016
Registration deadline:                  
  15 Oct 2016 31 Oct 2016
Full paper submission deadline    1 November 2016


The conference welcomes presentations in the fields of 

  • Molecular Electronics and Molecular Devices with a particular emphasis on DNA, peptide and protein based systems
  • Self-Assembly in Nanoscience, Chemistry, Biology and Medicine
  • Supramolecular Chemistry
  • Modelling of Structural and Electronical Properties of Organic Molecules and Self Assembled Systems
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy
  • Plasmonics
  • Biosensing and Lab-on-a-Chip Devices

More information can be found on http://same.riverpublishers.com/



Here are some highlighted plenary talks:

Yury Lyubchenko “Nanoscale gymnastics. Dynamics of protein-DNA complexes with high speed AFM

Victoria Birkedal “Conformations and dynamics of DNA based devices”

Erik Reimhult “Functional and responsive core-shell nanoparticle assembly at oil and lipid interfaces”

Veikko Linko “Delivery Vehicles Based on DNA Origami“

Jussi Toppari “Plasmonic Nanostructures Based on DNA Origami Silhouettes”

Rafael Taborysky “Nanotextured surfaces with enhanced optical and thermodynamic properties fabricated by maskless reactive ion etching methods”

Julio Gomez Herrero “MMX molecular wires”

Masoud Baghernejad “Ion-gated single molecular junction: chemical and electrochemical approach"

Thomas Søndergaard “Metal nanostructures for light-trapping in thin-film solar cells and waveguides”

Elena Ferapontova "Electrochemically Modulated Electrical Properties of DNA Duplexes"

Andrew Pike "Enzymatic Synthesis of Designer DNA: new templates for directed assembly"

Kasper Moth-Poulsen "Towards Self-Assembled Single-Molecule Electronic Devices"

Shalom Wind "Exploring Electrical Functionality in Metal Ion-Intercalated Non-Canonical DNA Duplexes"

Gloria Saracino "Molecular dynamic simulations of self-assembling peptides (SAPs)"


 

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