TNT2011 International Conference: nanotechnology and sun join efforts in Canary Islands

NT 2011 (21-25 November) will take place in Canary Islands (Spain) at Iberostar Anthelia Hotel, located right in front of the sea between the exceptional beaches of "Fañabé" and "El Duque" in the exclusive Costa Adeje, Tenerife Sur.


The 12th edition of the Trends in Nanotechnology International Conference (TNT2011) is being launched following the overwhelming success of earlier Nanotechnology Conferences. Over the past editions an average of 350 participants per year joined this event.


This high-level scientific meeting series aims to present a broad range of current research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology as well as related policies (European Commission, etc.) or other kind of initiatives (nanoGUNE, MANA, GDR-I, etc.). TNT events demonstrated that they are particularly effective in transmitting information and establishing contacts among workers in this field. The TNT2011 structure will keep the fundamental features of the previous editions, providing a unique opportunity for broad interaction.


Well known speakers from all over the World as Masakazu Aono (MANA / NIMS, Japan), Uzi Landman (Georgia Tech, USA), Peter Schurtenberger (Lund University, Sweden) and Stephan Roche (ICN/CIN2, Spain) will take part in this gathering.


Opportunities are now available to send abstracts until the 10th of October and to book a stand, an ideal venue for industrial, academic and governmental organizations to share common objectives and drive the commercialization of nanotechnology discoveries.


TNT2011 Specific Sessions

  Nanobiotech-bioinspired: in collaboration with TRAIN2 project
  Nanobiotechnology: in collaboration with IBEC-UB (Spain)
  Graphene & Nanotubes: in collaboration with nanoICT project
  Risks & Regulations: in collaboration with NanoCode project
  Soft matter: in collaboration with FRIMAT (Switzerland)
  Nanomagnetism: in collaboration with CIC nanoGUNE (Spain)


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