Second Worskhop on Modeling in Nanometrology, Oct. 29-30, 2010

Co-Nanomet Workshop

29 - 30 October 2010, Sofia, Bulgaria
Modelling and Simulation at the Nanoscale (Nanometrology)

Dear Colleague,
The Second Workshop on Modelling and Simulation in Nanometrology will take place on 29th and 30th of October 2010 in the Best Western City Hotel
Sofia, Bulgaria. This event is within the framework of Co-Nanomet
Workshops. Co-Nanomet is
an EC-funded (FP7) project aiming at developing European measurement
capacity and know-how for the industrial exploitation of nanotechnology.
The First European nanometrology workshop (20.11.2009, Braunschweig, Germany) focused on key developments and best practices in the field and addressed the need for dissemination of traceability to
national standards or international harmonised measurement methods. The
recommendations have been incorporated in the European Nanometrology
Discussion papers available for download.
The second workshop will cover the following topics on theory, modelling and simulation of:
  • fabrication and integration processes
  • three dimensional nanoscale metrology
  • integration of multi-scale functional systems
  • measurements approaches for off-line and in-process production applications
Impact is expected in energy systems, electronics, medical/health, transportation, pharmaceutical, chemical and defense sectors.
Workshop proceedings, containing the abstracts of the talks and the presentation slides will be published after the workshop.

REGISTRATION FEES: 50 Euro before October 1, 2010 (75 Euro after October,1,2010)


Submit an Abstract by October,1 2010 (

I am looking forward to welcoming you in Sofia.


Ana Proykova, Chair

Prof. Ana Proykova, PhD, DSci
Head, Computational Theoretical Physics Group
University of Sofia
5 James Bourchier Blvd. Sofia 1164
Tel:+359 2 8161 828

President, National Council on Nanotechnology

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