NAMIS International Autumn School 2014 - “Nano and Micro Systems”, 1st -5th September, 2014, Taiwan

Following the 7th NAMIS school held  in 2013 in Seoul (South Korea), It is our great pleasure  to invite you to the 8th NAMIS autumn school that will take place for the first time at National Tsing Hua University campus in Hsinchu city, Taiwan. We look forward to meeting PhD students, Post-docs, Youn reserachers and lecturers of NAMIS network from all around the world..

About 19 high level lectures as well as laboratory works will be prepared.

We request to the representatives of each NAMIS laboratory to nominate up to four PhD students, post-docs or young researchers per NAMIS partner. If places are not completely filled, more nominations per partnere will be considered.

Except transportation cost form your home country to tye school, all hotel ans meals will be provided by National Tsing Hua University (NTHU). This may be summarized as follows:

  1. AIrfare+ travel expenses between athe airport  and the school location will be paid by the home laboratory of the attendees.
  2. NATHI will  be in charge of accommosation in Hsinchu from August the 31st evening (check-in) to September the 6th in the moring (check-out).
  3. Meals (Lunches and dinners) will be provided by NTHU from Monday September the 1st to Friday September the 5th. Accommodation from check-in on August the 31 th to check-out on September the 6th,
  4. NTHU will be responsible for lectures, practical works and visits.

We also would like to invite up to 8 candidates from NAMIS network to give lectures at this school. Lecturers will be provided the same conditions as participants, and a partial support for travel cost will eventually be provided if budget allows it.

We recommend to future participants of  the 8th NAMIS autumn school 2014 to read carefully the following information.

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Comment by Professor Rajni Mathur on May 5, 2014 at 6:38am

Dear Professor

I am very much interested to attend this workshop and  also interested to present my research work.

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Comment by Victor S. Abrukov on May 5, 2014 at 1:26am

Dear Teame Abraha, I will be pleased to take part in the school to give a lecture. But it depends on the opinion of the leaders of the school

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Comment by Professor Rajni Mathur on May 4, 2014 at 10:22pm

Dear Professor

Kindly send me more information regarding excellent school . My email id


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Comment by Taame Abraha Berhe on May 3, 2014 at 4:03pm

Dear prof. Victor S. Abrukov,

I am in Taiwan for PHD study and I will attend in the NAMIS International Autumn School 2014

“Nano and Micro Systems”

, and I am egerly waiting you to attend on your  lecture.

Teame Abraha

PHD student in National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

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Comment by Victor S. Abrukov on May 3, 2014 at 12:40pm

I suggest to include in the school program the topic: a creation of a Knowledge Base of nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Under the Knowledge Base, we mean an information tool, containing all relationships between all variables of nano object, allowing to calculate a value of one variable through others as well as solving both direct and inverse problems, predicting characteristics of nano object which have not been investigated yet as well as predicting a technology parameters that provide the required characteristics of nano object. I could present the methodology and results of the creation of Knowledge Base for the characteristics of nano films of linear-chain carbon (LCC) with embedded into LCC various atoms (as a lecture in the framework of the NAMIS International Autumn School 2014 - “Nano and Micro Systems”.


I invite who are interested in the problem deals with a creation of the Knowledge Base of nanomaterials and nanotechnology to collaborate with me. I believe that the Knowledge base is a future of nanomaterials world.

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Comment by Kaushik Rasiklal Valambhia on May 3, 2014 at 11:53am

Dear Sir 

please e-mail me more instruction as to how attend the workshop in Taiwan.


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