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28th International Conference and Expo on Nanosciences and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Taking Nanotechnology to New Heights through Innovation and Collaboration”

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Nanomedicine can be defined as medical application of nanotechnology. Nanomedicine ranges from the medical applications of nanomaterials and biological devices, Nano electronic devices &biosensors and possible future applications of molecular nanotechnology. Nanomaterials can be functionalised to interface with biological molecules & structures as the size of nanomaterials is comparable to most biological molecules and structures. Nanomaterials can be useful for both in vivo and in vitro biomedical research and applications and integration of nanomaterials with biology has led to the development of advanced diagnostic devices, physical therapy applications, analytical tools, contrast agents and drug delivery vehicles. Nanomedicine strives for delivering valuable set of research tools & clinically useful devices and its industry sales reached $21 billion in 2017, with an average of $4.8 billion investment in nanotechnology R&D every year and increase of 51% per year global funding for emerging nanotechnology

  • Track 1-1Nanostructured compounds for thermoelectric power generation
  • Track 1-2Biology Inspired Nanomaterials
  • Track 1-3Bio-Sensors and Nano-Probes
  • Track 1-4 Biocompatibility of Orthopaedic Implants
  • Track 1-5Nanoparticle‐based biologic mimetics
  • Track 1-6Nanocalorimetry
  • Track 1-7 AFM for imaging proteins, platelets, Erythrocytes
  • Track 1-8Nanotechnology for Cancer, Cardiology, Theranostics, Respiratory Disease, Infectious Diseases , Neurological Diseases
  • Track 1-9Injectable micro- and nano devices
  • Track 1-10Microneedles for transdermal drug delivery
  • Track 1-11Stents for drug delivery
  • Track 1-12Enabling Personalised Medicine
  • Track 1-13Nanodiagnostics
  • Track 1-14 Nanoscale Tools and Techniques in Surgery
  • Track 1-15CNT–Metal Nanoparticle Composites
  • Track 1-16Characterization of nanomaterials
  • Track 1-17Nanomaterials: orthopedic implantable medical devices
  • Track 1-18Graphene based nanofluids and nano lubricants
  • Track 1-19Nanoband electrochemical sensing
  • Track 1-20Regenerative Medicine & Targeted Drug Delivery
  • Track 1-21Radio Nanomedicine
  • Track 1-22Nano dentistry
  • Track 1-23Nanobiosystems
  • Track 1-24 Tissue Engineering
  • Track 1-25Risk management of nanomaterials

Nanotechnology has found a vast number of applications in many areas and its market grown at a rapid pace in recent years. This resulted in new horizons in materials science and many exciting new developments. The supply of new Nanomaterials, form the prerequisite for any further progress in this new area of science and technology. Nanomaterials feature specific properties that are characteristic of these materials, and which are based on surface and quantum effects.  The control of composition, size, shape, and morphology of nanomaterials is an essential foundation for the development and application of Nanomaterials and Nano scale devices

  • Track 2-1Borophene and applications
  • Track 2-2Printed materials & systems
  • Track 2-3Complex Inorganic Nanostructures Based on Nanotubes
  • Track 2-4Nano fibers, Nanotubes, Nanoclays, Nanodots, Nanohelices, Nanorods
  • Track 2-5Complex Inorganic Nanostructures Based on Nanotubes
  • Track 2-6Block Copolymers as Nanoreactors
  • Track 2-7Photo-Crosslinkable Nano-Objects
  • Track 2-8Self-Assembling Nanoclusters
  • Track 2-9nanomaterial and biological activity
  • Track 2-10physicochemical properties of nanomaterials
  • Track 2-11Nanocatalysts
  • Track 2-12Metal Oxide Nanotubes, Chalcogenide Nanotubes
  • Track 2-13Optically Responsive Polymer Nanocomposites
  • Track 2-14CNT–Metal Nanoparticle Composites
  • Track 2-15nanomagnetic materials
  • Track 2-16organic/inorganic hybrid nanomaterials
  • Track 2-17Organic/ inorganic nanoparticles
  • Track 2-18Characterization of nanomaterials
  • Track 2-19Quantam properties of nanostructures

Nanoengineering is the practice of engineering on the nanoscale. It derives its name from the nanometre, a unit of measurement equalling one billionth of a meter. Nanoengineering is largely a synonym for nanotechnology, but emphasizes the engineering rather than the pure science aspects of the field.

  • Track 3-1Spintronic Nanoengineering
  • Track 3-2MEMS/NEMS
  • Track 3-3Visible light communications
  • Track 3-4Lab on Chip devices
  • Track 3-5Smart Wireless Devices and Systems
  • Track 3-6photonic integrated circuit
  • Track 3-7Nanoelectronic devices for (bio)sensing
  • Track 3-8Micro- and Nanosystems Information Storage and Processing Systems
  • Track 3-9CMOS integrated nanomechanical resonators
  • Track 3-10Si based & Non-Si MEMS/NEMS
  • Track 3-11MEMS/NEMS measurement techniques, wafer level testing
  • Track 3-123D Wafer level, integration MEMS+ASIC
  • Track 3-13Nanotube-Based Nonvolatile Random Access Memory(NRAM)
  • Track 3-14Magnetoelectric Random Access Memory(MeRAM)
  • Track 3-15organic and molecular electronics and nano-thermoelectrics
  • Track 3-16Quantum electronics
  • Track 3-17spin electronics
  • Track 3-18polymer organic light-emitting diodes
  • Track 3-19Nanostructured Photoelectric Materials
  • Track 3-20CMOS Single Photon Avalanche Diode arrays
  • Track 3-21Metal-polymer nanocomposite sensors
  • Track 3-22Nanoband electrochemical sensing
  • Track 3-23Hybrid organic semiconductor smart pixel arrays
  • Track 3-24Digital 3D holographic display systems
  • Track 3-25Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM)
  • Track 3-26Micro/ Nano fluidic systems

Nano-fabrication is the configuration and production of gadgets with measurements measured in nanometers. One nanometer is 10 - 9 meters, or a million of a millimeter. Nanofabrication is of enthusiasm to PC engineers since it opens the way to super-high-thickness microchip s and memory chip s. It has been recommended that every information bit could be put away in a solitary iota. Conveying this further, a solitary molecule may even have the capacity to speak to a byte or expression of information. Nanofabrication has additionally gotten the consideration of the restorative business, the military, and the avionic business

  • Track 4-1Thin films charecterisation & processing
  • Track 4-2Colloid monolayer lithography
  • Track 4-3Multiphoton lithography
  • Track 4-4Scanning probe lithography
  • Track 4-5Photolithography & Soft lithography
  • Track 4-6Neutral particle lithography
  • Track 4-7X-ray lithography & Ion projection lithography
  • Track 4-8Laser printing of single nanoparticles
  • Track 4-9Magnetolithography & Nanosphere lithography
  • Track 4-10Focused ion beam lithography
  • Track 4-11Electron beam lithography
  • Track 4-12Top-down & Bottom-up nanofabrication
  • Track 4-13Film deposition, Etching & Bonding
  • Track 4-14Thin film Technologies
  • Track 4-15Electrically induced nanopatterning & Rapid prototyping
  • Track 4-16AFM characterization of nanometer scale devices
  • Track 4-17Atomic Force Microscopy(AFM) & functional AFM probes
  • Track 4-18Molecular self assembly
  • Track 4-19Nanoimprint lithography
  • Track 4-20Proton beam writing & Charged-particle lithography

Researchers and companies consider the graphene, carbon sheets that are only one atom thick viable to be used as material in several fields. Potential applications include Fuel cells, Optoelectronics, Bio-micro robotics, Lower cost solar cells, Transistors, water desalination, sensors etc

  • Track 5-1Synthesis of graphene and new 2D materials
  • Track 5-2Electronic, optoelectronic properties of 2D materials
  • Track 5-3Graphene based nanoelectronic devices
  • Track 5-4Graphene for plasmonics and optics
  • Track 5-5Graphene supercapacitors & graphene polymer batteries
  • Track 5-6Graphene and 2D material sensors
  • Track 5-7Biological and toxicity aspects of graphene ,graphene oxide
  • Track 5-8Synthesis of Patterned Graphene films
  • Track 5-9Graphene-assisted laser desorption/ionization for mass spectrometry
  • Track 5-10Biological interactions of Graphene-family Nanomaterials
  • Track 5-11Spectroscopy, metrology & microscopy of graphene and 2D materials
  • Track 5-12Surface chemistry on graphene and 2D materials
  • Track 5-13Chemical functionalisation of Graphene
  • Track 5-14Controlled functionalisation of graphene oxide through surface modification
  • Track 5-15Characterisation and modelling of Graphene materials in Composites
  • Track 5-16Graphene and Graphene oxides
  • Track 5-17Graphene modification and functionalization
  • Track 5-18Graphene- and 2D materials- based nanocomposites
  • Track 5-19Graphene based nanofluids and nano lubricants

Functional Nano-scale structures frequently involve quite dissimilar materials which are difficult to characterize experimentally and ultimately be assembled, controlled, and utilized by manipulating quantities at the macro-scale a combination of features which puts unprecedented demands on theory, modelling and simulation

  • Track 6-1Multiscale Modelling for the Materials Improvement and Design
  • Track 6-2Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics
  • Track 6-3Multiscale methods for charge / heat transport for nano-meso scale devices
  • Track 6-4Atomistic Quantum Transport Simulations
  • Track 6-5Simulation of Organic Semiconductor Devices
  • Track 6-6Assembly operations using molecular manipulators
  • Track 6-7Combinational logic and finite-state machines
  • Track 6-8Applications of Nanomaterials Modelling
  • Track 6-9Software for Modelling of Nanomaterials
  • Track 6-10Mechanics of Nanomaterials
  • Track 6-11Microstructure-based Models and Dislocation Analysis
  • Track 6-12Quantum Mechanics for Modelling of Nanomaterials
  • Track 6-13Nanostructured Multiphase Alloys
  • Track 6-14Nanostructured Metals: manufacturing and modelling
  • Track 6-15Technologies based on alternative materials

The science and innovation of Nanomaterials has made awesome energy and desires in the most recent couple of years. The following decade is liable to witness significant steps in the arrangement, characterisation and abuse of Nanoparticles, Nanowires, Nanotubes, Nanorods, Nanocrystals, Nanounits and their congregations

  • Track 7-1Nanostructured bladder tissue replacements
  • Track 7-2Nanomaterials: orthopedic implantable medical devices
  • Track 7-3Virus‐based nanomaterials
  • Track 7-4Nanomagnetic materials and applications
  • Track 7-5Dendrimer‐based nanocarriers
  • Track 7-6DNA‐based plasmonic nanoarchitectures and uses
  • Track 7-7Peptide nanostructures in biomedical technology
  • Track 7-8 multifunctional plasmonic nanoparticles: Biomedical applications
  • Track 7-9Nanobioorganic Chemistry
  • Track 7-10Structure and function of biological systems on the nanoscale
  • Track 7-11Biosurface engineering
  • Track 7-12G-protein coupled receptor signaling at the nanoscale
  • Track 7-13Prediction of Cell Settling on Nanostructure Arrays
  • Track 7-14 Single Domain Antibodies for High Quality Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies
  • Track 7-15Biologically inspired Nano devices
  • Track 7-16Membrane Protein Multiplexed Nano-Arrays
  • Track 7-17Lanthanide‐doped hollow nanomaterials
  • Track 7-18Interactions of nanomaterials with the immune system
  • Track 7-19Lipid-coated Nanocrystals and applications
  • Track 7-20Vertical nanowire arrays for protein detection and analysis
  • Track 7-21Nanowire Based Cell Impalement Devices and uses
  • Track 7-22Nanowire arrays and Cell Based Biosensing
  • Track 7-23Controlled Self-Assembly of Re-engineered Insulin
  • Track 7-24Direct chemoselective synthesis of glyconanoparticles
  • Track 7-25Membrane proteins as natural nanomachines
  • Track 7-26QSAR modeling of nanomaterials
  • Track 7-27Biological and environmental surface interactions of nanomaterialssurface interactions of nanomaterials
  • Track 7-28Curvature on the properties of nanomaterials & biomedical applications
  • Track 7-29Curvature on the properties of nanomaterials & biomedical applications
  • Track 7-30Curvature on the properties of nanomaterials & biomedical applications
  • Track 7-31Biomedical applications of gold nanomaterials
  • Track 7-32Enhanced electrochemical DNA sensing
  • Track 7-33Nanomaterial‐based advanced immunoassays
  • Track 7-34Arrays of nanowires for cellular applications

Research into hydride materials for vitality applications commonly concentrates on upgrading gravimetric capacity thickness and particle transport of the materials. Then again, the necessities for stationary applications, for example, power devices can be essentially diverse and manageable to a more extensive class of potential materials. Various geophysical and social weights are driving a movement from fossil fills to renewable and practical vitality sources. To impact this change, we should make the materials that will bolster new vitality advances. Sun oriented vitality is the most extreme need to create photovoltaic cells that are productive and financially savvy

  • Track 8-1Nanoparticles
  • Track 8-2Nano-porous foams & gels for thermal insulation
  • Track 8-3Nanotechnology innovations for energy intensive industrial process
  • Track 8-4Nanotechnology for energy efficient lighting systems
  • Track 8-5Antireflective coatings for photovoltaic cells
  • Track 8-6Nano composites and uses in renewable energy sources
  • Track 8-7Nano composites and uses in renewable energy sources
  • Track 8-8Nano-based precision farming & Biomass energy
  • Track 8-9Nano particles for improved efficiency of fossil fuels
  • Track 8-10Nano composites applications in radiation shielding & protection
  • Track 8-11Nanostructured compounds for thermoelectric power generation
  • Track 8-12Nano optimized membranes & energy efficient fuel cells
  • Track 8-13Nano composites for reduction of Hydro carbon emissions
  • Track 8-14Nano-catalysts for efficient fuel production
  • Track 8-15 Nano-porous materials and applications in reversible heat storage
  • Track 8-16Nano catalyst for efficient hydrogen generation
  • Track 8-17Use of Nano composites in superconducting components
  • Track 8-18Soft Nano-magnetic materials for efficient electricity transmission
  • Track 8-19Nano fillers in electrical isolation systems
  • Track 8-20Nanotechnology for loss-less power transmission
  • Track 8-21Carbon nanotubes and applications in energy transmission
  • Track 8-22Nano-optimized components for wireless power transmission
  • Track 8-23Nano sensors for intelligent & flexible grid management
  • Track 8-24Nano optimized heat exchangers
  • Track 8-25Nanostructured electrodes and applications
  • Track 8-26Nano porous materials and applications in micro fuel cells
  • Track 8-27 Nano optimized membranes & applications in automobiles, mobile electronics

Nanoelectronics refer to the use of nanotechnology in electronic components. The term covers a diverse set of devices and materials, with the common characteristic that they are so small that inter-atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be studied extensively.

  • Track 9-1nanotubes/nanowires
  • Track 9-2Electrical nanometrology
  • Track 9-3Nanometrology of structured materials
  • Track 9-4Mechanical nanometrology
  • Track 9-5Thin film nanometrology
  • Track 9-6Chemical nanometrology
  • Track 9-7Dimensional nanometrology
  • Track 9-8Mass and Force Measurement
  • Track 9-9Coordinate Metrology
  • Track 9-10Surface Topography Characterisation
  • Track 9-11Surface Topography Measurement Instrumentation
  • Track 9-12Surface Topography Measurement Instrumentation
  • Track 9-13Displacement Measurement
  • Track 9-14advanced molecular electronics
  • Track 9-15Biological nanometrology

Nanophotonics is an enabling technology which concerns with  application of photonics at nanoscale dimensions, where field enhancement effects which  result in new optical phenomena offering superior performance or completely new functionalities in photonic devices and  encompasses a wide variety of topics, including metamaterials, plasmonics, high resolution imaging, quantum nanophotonics, functional photonic materials.This technology  potential to impact across a wide range of photonics products such as  high efficiency solar cells to ultra-secure communications to personalized health monitoring devices

  • Track 10-1highly efficient photovoltaic (PV) devices
  • Track 10-2photonic integrated circuit
  • Track 10-3Advanced Optical lithography & Microscopy
  • Track 10-4Tetratronics
  • Track 10-5Nanophotonics for Energy Conversion
  • Track 10-6Spectroscopic techniques with (ultra-)high spatial, temporal, and spectral resolution and sensitivity
  • Track 10-7modelling of light-matter-interaction and energy flow at the nanoscale
  • Track 10-8Enabling solar cells with higher efficiencies
  • Track 10-9CMOS Single Photon Avalanche Diode arrays & applications
  • Track 10-10polymer organic light-emitting diodes (P-OLEDs)
  • Track 10-11Efficient nonlinear nanoscale plasmonic sources
  • Track 10-12Nonlinear plasmonic metamaterials
  • Track 10-13Nonlinear approaches to bioimaging
  • Track 10-14Nonlinear plasmonics for sensing
  • Track 10-15Spectroscopic photoemission and low energy electron microscope (SPELEEM)
  • Track 10-16Energy-efficient lighting
  • Track 10-17Visible light data communications
  • Track 10-18Infrared Vibrational Nanospectroscopy
  • Track 10-19 Reversible saturable optical fluorescence transitions (RESOLFT) microscopy
  • Track 10-20 Tip-enhanced coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (TE-CARS) microscopy
  • Track 10-21 Photoemission Electron Microscopy
  • Track 10-22Single molecule fluoresence spectroscopy
  • Track 10-23Stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy
  • Track 10-24structured illumination microscopy (SIM)
  • Track 10-25photoactivated localization microscopy (PALM)
  • Track 10-26 Ground state depletion-individual molecule return (GSDIM) microscopy
  • Track 10-27Stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM)
  • Track 10-28Direct stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (dSTORM)
  • Track 10-29Near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM/SNOM)
  • Track 10-30Saturated excitation (SAX) microscopy
  • Track 10-31Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS)
  • Track 10-32Surface-enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy (SEIRAS)
  • Track 10-33 Shell-isolated nanoparticle-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SHINERS)
  • Track 10-34Stimulated Raman spectroscopy (SRS)
  • Track 10-35Tip-enhanced Raman scattering (TERS) microscopy
  • Track 10-36Tip-enhanced photoluminescence (TE-PL) microscopy
  • Track 10-37X-ray spectroscopy

As nanotechnology is advancing, so is the extension for its business development. The extensive variety of potential items and applications gives nanotechnology its tremendous development prospects. It has been estimated that the worldwide nanotechnology industry will develop to reach US$ 75.8 Billion by 2020. In such a situation, tremendous open door lies for industry members to tap the quickly developing business sector. Significant contributions are expected to environmental and climate protection from Nanotechnological products, processes and applications are expected to by saving raw materials, energy and water as well as by reducing greenhouse gases and hazardous wastes. Usage of nano materials promises certain environmental benefits and sustainability effects

  • Track 11-1Nanoparticles for water purification
  • Track 11-2 Industrial Safety measures for workers at the Nano manufacturing hubs
  • Track 11-3Health and safety implications of Engineered Nanomaterials
  • Track 11-4Need & Impact of Global regulations on nanomaterials
  • Track 11-5Nanotoxicity in cells
  • Track 11-6Toxicity screening and intracellular detection of nanomaterials
  • Track 11-7engineered nanomaterials & Biological interactions
  • Track 11-8Potential adverse health impacts of fibrous nanomaterials
  • Track 11-9Inhalation studies for safety assessment of nanomaterials
  • Track 11-10Risk management of nanomaterials
  • Track 11-11Characterization of nanomaterials for toxicity assessment
  • Track 11-12Toxicity of nanomaterials
  • Track 11-13Exposure and risk evaluation of nanomaterials
  • Track 11-14Nanoparticles for nuetralizaion of toxic materials
  • Track 11-15Bioaccumulation, biodegradability of nanomaterials

This science use approachs from the synthetic chemistry and the materials chemistry to acquire nanomaterials with particular sizes, shapes, surface properties, deformities, self-gathering properties, intended to fulfill particular capacities and uses. Nanomaterials can be made from for all intents and purposes any material, for example, metals, semiconductors and polymers, both in their nebulous and crystalline structures. Nanochemical strategies can be utilized to make carbon nanomaterials, for example, carbon nanotubes (CNT), graphene and fullerenes which have picked up consideration as of recently because of their mechanical and electrical properties.

  • Track 12-1Nano Medicinal Chemistry
  • Track 12-2Quantum dot imaging
  • Track 12-3Life Cycle of Nanomaterials & Applications
  • Track 12-4Nanostructured materials
  • Track 12-5Nanochemical biology
  • Track 12-6Organic Materials in Nanochemistry
  • Track 12-7Green Nanochemistry
  • Track 12-8Polymer Nanotechnology
  • Track 12-9Cancer Chemistry
  • Track 12-10Neurochemistry
  • Track 12-11Nano Pharmaceutical chemistry
  • Track 12-12Nanocrystals and Clusters

Nanotechnology is all about designing, fabricating and controlling materials and components with dimensions on the nanoscale, i.e. from 1 to 100 nm. During the Master's programme in Nanomaterials and Nanophysics you will learn how nanotechnology can be used in order to develop new optic and electronic components and new materials for use in communications technology, sensor technology or catalysis.

  • Track 13-1Nanophysical Systems
  • Track 13-2Fundamental Quantum Effects
  • Track 13-3Nonequilibrium Nanophysics
  • Track 13-4Nanophysics Applications

Nanoscience and Molecular Nanotechnology is the new outskirts of science and innovation in Europe and around the globe, working at the size of individual particles. Top researchers and in addition policymakers overall acclaim the advantages it would convey to the whole society and economy: a large portion of them demand the key part research would play in the quality creation procedure to create exploitable arrangement of innovations by the European business prompting a decision of remarkable applications, items, markets and productive income sources

  • Track 14-1Uses of Nano-materials & components in space exploration
  • Track 14-2Super-powered bionic plants
  • Track 14-3phase-Change Devices and applications
  • Track 14-4Smarter Self-Assembly
  • Track 14-5Thermoelectric Screen Printing
  • Track 14-6Multi-function chips
  • Track 14-7quantum photonic circuits & applications
  • Track 14-8Brain-inspired devices for artificial systems
  • Track 14-9smart textiles
  • Track 14-10DNA-based single-electron electronic devices
  • Track 14-11Self-healable batteries
  • Track 14-12Nanomedicine for improved HIV drug therapies
  • Track 14-13Diamond Nanothreads
  • Track 14-14Light-Seeking Synthetic Nano robot
  • Track 14-15Liquid-Repellent materials
  • Track 14-16other potenial innovative ideas

Molecular Nanotechnology is nanotechnology using "molecular manufacturing", an anticipated technology based on positionally-controlled mechanochemistry guided by molecular machine systems. It involves combining physical principles demonstrated by chemistry, different nanotechnologies, and the molecular machinery of life with systems engineering principles found in modern Nano scale factories. The desire in molecular nanotechnology would be to balance molecular reactions in positionally-controlled locations and orientations to received desired chemical reactions, and then to build systems by further assembling the products of these reactions.

  • Track 15-1Molecular assembler
  • Track 15-2Mechanosynthesis
  • Track 15-3Molecular engineering & Molecular machine
  • Track 15-4Aerospace Transportation & Molecular Aero technology