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8th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN11)
12-15 July 2011 (http://nnconf.physics.auth.gr)
5th International Summer School on “N&N:Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine” (ISSON-11) 9-16 July 2011

The NN11 Preliminary Program has been Announced!
The ISSON11 Preliminary Program is on-line!

Take advantage of the Reduced NN11 & ISSON11 Registration fees - 15 June 2011!
On-line Registration to NN11 and ISSON11!
Please make sure that you complete the registration process by arranging your payment on time!

Two Days Left to submit your abstracts!
Call for Abstracts!: Last Minute Posters15 June 2011!

- NN11: More than 400 presentations from 50 countries!
- ISSON11: More than 70 students from 30 countries!
- Presentations of more than 35 EC Projects (NMP, ICT, Health, Energy)
- 40 high tech international companies in the fields of Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics
- 80 Research Institutes & 180 Universities from all around the world
- Internationally known NN11 Invited Speakers from 25 Countries and ISSON11 Lecturers from more than 10 Countries!

NN11 is comprised of several Workshops & Special Sessions:
Workshop 1 - Photonics - NanoElectronics & Clean Energy
Workshop 2 - NanoMaterials, NanoFabrication, NanoEngineering and Na...

Workshop 3 - NanoMedicine
Also, do not miss the Nano4PVs Special Workshop  and the Special Sessions on Nanomedicine!

ISSON11 will view current state of knowledge in the emerging fields of N&N into three Schools:
School 1: N&N
School 2: Organic Electronics
School 3: NanoMedicine

Special Offers on Accommodation for NN11 and ISSON11! Select from a list of hotels!

NN11 is part of NANOTEXNOLOGY 2011 (9-16 July 2011) the annual international multi-event to explore the opportunities
in the emerging fields of Nanotechnologies & Organic Electronics. NANOTEXNOLOGY 2011 combines other well-established
events such as ISFOE11 (10-13 July 2011),  the Summer Schools ISSON11 with a large Nanotechnology Exhibition
NANOTEXNOLOGY 2011 Expo (11-15 July 2011) & Brokerage Event (B2B) (13-14 July 2011) that will unite innovators from Academia,
Research Institutes and Industry to bring Nanotechnology from lab to market !
We are looking forward for your submissions and seeing you in Thessaloniki in summer 2011!

On behalf of the NN11 Organizing Committee,

Best Regards
Stergios Logothetidis
NN11 Chairman

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