Nano International Conference Series (TNT Japan 2014) reaches Asia

The first edition of TNT Japan (Trends in Nanotechnology International Conference) will be held from the 29th to the 31st of January 2014 at Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo (Japan), and is being launched following the overwhelming success of earlier TNT Conferences across Europe. TNT Japan will be held in parallel with nano tech 2014, the largest International exhibition on Nanotechnology. This synergy will encourage companies, universities and research centers to foster technical cooperation in the nanotechnology field. TNT Japan will help connecting companies with influential top scientists to share common objectives and drive the commercialization and the know-how of nanotechnology.


This high-level scientific meeting series aims to present a broad range of current research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology as well as related policies or other kind of International initiatives. TNT European events have demonstrated over the past 15 years that they are particularly effective in transmitting information and establishing contacts among workers in this field.


The TNT Japan conference will keep the main fundamental features of the European editions, providing a unique opportunity for broad interaction. Considering 2014 will be the Spain-Japan dual year and in order to encourage collaborations between those two countries a specific session will be organized. A MANA/NIMS symposium will be also organized.


The event will feature more than 50 Keynote and Invited speakers, and the call for abstracts (oral presentations) is open until December 13, 2013.


Registration fees for one, two and three days costs 50€, 90€ and 120€ respectively.


The event is organized by Phantoms Foundation (Spain) and MANA/NIMS (Japan).


TNT Japan 2014

Phantoms Foundation


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