Meetings

3M-NANO 2014

The annual International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale (3M-NANO),
will be held in 2014 on 27-31 October in Taipei, Taiwan http://3M-NANO.org
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19 December 2013

NanoTP14 Final Meeting

The final scientific meeting for NanoTP, 2-5 April 2014 in Nantes, France are now on the website, incorporating the final management committee and COST Evaluation meetings. Full details and registration here: http://www.nanotp.org/nantes-2014.html[More]

10 December 2013

Defects'13

Defect2013 has finished, thanks again to Ivana for the organisation!

Workshop on characterization of semiconductor nanostructures; the role of defects
2 - 4. 12. 2013 @ Rudjer Boskovic Institute
Zagreb, Croatia

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10 December 2013

Workshop in Finnish Lapland, Feb. 2014

Deadline for abstract sumission/registraiton for the TRNM 2014 workshop (29.11) is approaching![More]

24 October 2013

NanoteC Surrey August 28th

NanoteC13

www.britishcarbon.org/nanotec

Registration is now open for this year's NanoteC, from 28-30th August at the University of Surrey in Guildford.

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27 June 2013

DFT AIMPRO Training School

DFT AIMPRO Training School

3-4th June 2013, University of Surrey, Guildford.  Full details here: http://aimpro2013.eps.surrey.ac.uk/

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31 May 2013

WG4 Theory Meeting

WG4 Theory Meeting

Surrey University, Guildford - June 4-7th 2013

More details here! http://aimpro2013.eps.surrey.ac.uk/, including the full programme.

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31 May 2013

GDR-I Graphene-Nanotubes Meeting 8-12 April 2013

For French research groups, and those affiliated with the GDR-I network, Registration is now open for the annual GDR-I “Graphene-Nanotubes” conference, GNT2013 (8-12 April 2013).  Full conference details are available on the website:

http://www.cnrs-imn.fr/GNT2013

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8 February 2013

NanoTP: 3rd Annual Scientific meeting 2012, Berlin, Germany

The 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the COST Project MP0901 "NanoTP" will be held this year at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Wilhelm-Conrad-Röntgen-Campus, Berlin, Germany,  from 9th – 11th December 2012. Similar to the last two successful meetings (Trieste 2011 and Berlin 2010) the main emphasis of this meeting will be again scientific discussions, scientific networking and broadening of collaborations. The meeting is scheduled as a satellite meeting shortly before  the 4th Joint BER II and BESSY II Users' Meeting to which all interested participants are welcome to participate.

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14 June 2012

NanoteC12

NanoTP WG1-2 Meeting in parallel with NanoteC12

Nanotechnology in Carbon and Related Materials
http://www.britishcarbon.org/nanotec
Sussex University, Brighton, UK
29th August - 1st September 2012
** REGISTRATION OPEN!! **[More]

2 May 2012

3M-NANO

The annual International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale (3M-NANO) will be held for the second time on 29 Aug - 1 Sept 2012 in Xi'an, China. The ultimate ambition of this new conference series is to bridge the gap between nanosciences and engineering sciences, aiming at emerging market and technology opportunities. Abstract deadline 21st April. Details at: http://www.3m-nano.org/2012/

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25 March 2012

GrapHEL abstract deadline extended

GrapHEL - A Multidisciplinary and Intersectorial European Conference/Workshop on Synthesis, Characterization and Technological Exploitation of Graphene, a NanoTP supported meeting following from last year's GrapITA.  27-30 September, 2012, Mykonos, Greece.  Abstract submission deadline extended to end March:   http://www.nanoconf.com/graphel/

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29 February 2012

International Conference on Advanced Materials Modelling, 11-13 June 2012, Nantes France

The ICAMM conference (*International Conference on Advanced Materials Modelling*) will be held in Nantes (France), at the "Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel" (IMN) from Monday, June 11th to Wednesday, June 13th, 2012.
http://www.cnrs-imn.fr/ICAMM_2012/[More]

15 February 2012

NanoTP WG4 Meeting in Aveiro

NanoTP WG4 Meeting
Quantum-chemical modelling of large nanostructures
University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
June 6-9, 2012
Abstract deadline: April 30
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30 January 2012

Announce Symposium carbon and heteroatomic nanomaterials at M&M2012 (Phoenix, AZ)

Symposium   P 02: Structural, chemical and physical properties of carbon-based and related nanomaterials

Conference:    Microscopy and Microanalysis 2012       http://www.microscopy.org/MandM/2012/index.cfm

 

Organizers:      Raul Arenal,  Jannik C. Meyer,  Sebastian Osswald

 

 


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11 January 2012

Graphene 2012

Graphene 2012 International Conference will be the largest European Event in Graphene to be held in Brussels (Belgium) from 10th until 13th of April 2012 at Brussels44Center

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20 December 2011

Carbon 2012

The Annual World Conference on Carbon
June 17-22, 2012, Krakow, Poland
http://www.carbon2012.pl/en/ 
December 31, 2011 deadline for abstracts.
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9 December 2011

Scientific Meeting 9-11 November Trieste, Italy

The annual COST Project MP0901 "NanoTP" Scientific Meeting will be held this year at the ICTP (International Centre for Theoretical Physics), in Trieste, Italy, from 9-11th November 2011. If you intend to attend the NanoTP Scientific meeting in Trieste you must register NOW via the link on the menu bar!
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29 August 2011

NanoTP: Scientific Meeting 2011

The annual COST Project MP0901 "NanoTP" Scientific Meeting will be held this year at the ICTP (International Centre for Theoretical Physics), in Trieste, Italy, from 9-11th November 2011.

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13 July 2011

NanoteC11 : ABSTRACT DEADLINE APPROACHING 24th June

NanoteC11 : Nanotechnology in Carbon and Related Materials
31st August – 3rd September 2011
Institute of Materials, Nantes, France
www.britishcarbon.org/nanotec

2ND ANNOUNCEMENT : ABSTRACT DEADLINE APPROACHING....
Extension to 24th June - Also the registration deadline!!
Maximum 130 in the lecture hall, so please register early...
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12 June 2011

WG4 meeting deadline approaching

The submission deadline for the June WG4 meeting "New Tools for theoretical modeling of nanoscale interfaces" is the end of this week. Please visit the abstract submission page.

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3 May 2011

COST action MP0901 NanoTP (WG 2 and 3) Workshop in Istanbul Turkey

Dear NanoTP Members,
We would like to invite you for COST action MP0901 NanoTP (WG 2 and 3) Workshop "Vibrational Spectroscopy in Nanotechnology" on June 26 and 29 in Istanbul, Turkey. We will have the meeting in two separate days to give the opportunity for our members to attend the nanoscience and nanotechnology conference of Turkey (NanoTP). You can find more information on our workshop website  http://nanotp.yeditepe.edu.tr. Alternatively, you may send me an email at mculha@yeditepe.edu.tr for more information and assistance.
 
 
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11 April 2011

Workshop ”Atomic structure of nanosystems from transmission electron microscopy experiments and first-principles simulations” onborad a cruise ship

Dear members,

We would like to draw your attention to the International Workshop:

"Atomic structure of nanosystems from transmission electron microscopy experiments and first-principles simulations”, http://www.helsinki.fi/nanocarbon/boat2011.php

The workshop is to be held onboard of a cruise ship going from Helsinki to Stockholm and back on May 31 - June 02.

Registration for the workshop is possible via an online form. Registration deadline is April 15th, 2011.

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4 April 2011

9th International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors

ICNS-9 is a leading international forum for reporting advances in group III - nitride semiconductors.  Both fundamental research and applications are fully covered, with sessions focussing on topics such as Epitaxial Growth, Bulk Crystal Growth, Theory and Simulation, Optical and Electronic Devices (LEDs, lasers, transistors, etc), Material Characterization and Development and Nanostructures involving Nitride Semiconductors.

ICNS9

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8 February 2011

OXFORD MATERIALS: BioTiNet - Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) position available

Marie Curie Initial Training Network "BioTiNet" (FP7-PEOPLE-2010-ITN-264635) on innovative biocompatible Titanium-based structures for orthopaedics (www.biotinet.eu).[More]

12 January 2011

Towards Reality in Nanoscale Materials 2010: Workshop in Finnish Lapland, December 2010


Following the success of the previous three TRNM workshops, we will again
organize "Towards Reality in Nanoscale Materials" this year. The workshop
is to be held in Levi, Finnish Lapland, from 6 - 8th December 2010:

http://tfy.tkk.fi/~tjh/trnm10
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6 December 2010

Carbonhagen 2010

Carbonhagen symposium on graphene and carbon nanotube science end technology, November 15-16, 2010.

TPNano contact: peter.boggild@nanotech.dtu.dk, or info@carbonhagen.com
Carbonhagen 2010 (www.carbonhagen.com) is a two day symposium on carbon nanomaterials, jointly arranged by the Technical University of Denmark and University of Copenhagen. The meeting covers fabrication, physical properties (electronic, chemical and optical properties), device integration and applications in four sessions.
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11 October 2010

2010 Materials Today Virtual Conference - The New Carbon Era

27 October 2010, 11am - 6pm (GMT)

A virtual conference on carbon nanoscience organised by the magazine "Materials Today", free to attend.  http://www.materialstoday.com/virtualconference/the-new-carbon-age


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28 September 2010

The 2010 Monte Verita Workshop: Frontiers in Neuroengineering

Neuroengineering is a rapidly growing discipline that takes its lymph from
the increasing cross-fertilization of many areas of technology and science.
By means of neuroengineering, advances in diverse technologies and in cellular
and molecular biology converge into powerful tools to improve our understanding
and treatment of neural (dis)functions.
Recently such a discipline has gone beyond the concept of a simple application
of engineering principles to central nervous system (CNS) comprehension, leading
to the emergence of one of the more exciting interdisciplinary research fields
in modern neurosciences.

Neuroengineering applies novel approaches to the study of the brain by bringing
together tools from computational neuroscience, information theory, electronics,
electrophysiology, biomaterials, nanotechnologies and tissue engineering, towards
understanding, repairing, replacing, enhancing, and exploiting the electrical
properties of the nervous system.

The 2010 Monte Verita' Workshop: Frontiers in Neuroengineering
Ascona, Switzerland, September 5-9th, 2010
http://www.neuroinf.org/meeting/meeting10/MonteVerita/

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5 September 2010

NANOTEC10 : Carbon nanoscience and nanotechnology, 1-4 September, Oxford

Although not officially a NanoTP supported meeting this year, NanoteC is organised by several NanoTP members.  A friendly, lively conference with good support for students, typically ~100 participants, it is being held this year at Corpus Christi college in Oxford.[More]

1 September 2010

Multiphase Polymers and Polymer Composites

Workshop and Training School
7 – 10 June 2011, Paris, France

This workshop and training school will be dedicated to many of the recent technical research accomplishments in the area of physical and interfacial properties of multiphase polymer systems(Composites, Blends, IPNs, Gels etc) in a fairly comprehensive manner. The content of the proposed workshop and training school is unique due to the fact that it will focus on many issues related to the interfacial aspects of multiphase polymer systems with special reference to the length scale (macro, micro and nano) of the minor component in the system. It will cover an up to date record on the major findings and observations in the field of morphological, interfacial physical and thermophysical properties of multiphase polymer systems from macro to nano lenth scales.

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29 July 2010

SLONANO 2010 + NanoTP WG 1 meeting

Dear Colleagues,

This year’s SLONANO conference - SLONANO 2010 +NanoTP WG 1 meeting - (the ninght in the series) will be held at the National Institute of Chemistry from 20 -  22 October 2010.

SLONANO 2010 will concentrate on three major topic  " Nanosensors and nanomaterials for Advanced Sensors", "Surface Nanoscience" and "New approaches to nanosynthesis".

The organisers are happy to receive contributions on any aspects of nanotechnology, from fundamental research to industrial applications.
There will be invited talks, oral presentations and a poster session.

For additional information, please visit conference web page: http://www.slonano.si

There is no registration fee however all the participants are asked to register via Registration form.

The Program of the whole event will be available on the official web page.

Event is organized by Jozef Stefan Institute Slovenia (http://www.ijs.si), National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia (http://www.ki.si) and CENN Nanocenter  (http://www.nanocenter.si).

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5 July 2010

Intel European Research and Innovation Conference (ERIC)

This year, the Intel European Research and Innovation Conference (ERIC) will comprise of two distinct conference streams. One of which will be held in Braunschweig, Germany, in September and the second stream will take place in Leixlip, Ireland, in October.

Leixlip, Ireland October 12,13 &14

Theme:
Research, Development and Innovation, Key Enabling Strategies to Services Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing

Braunschweig, Germany   September 21 & 22

Theme: Accelerate and amplify the European Research ecosystem to enable a strong innovation based economy and a better connected society.

 

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2 June 2010

EDS'2010 : Extended defects in semiconductors

Dear friends and colleagues, a first reminder about the international conference on Extended Defects
in Semiconductors 2010 to be held at the University of Sussex 19th-24th September 2010.

The conference website is: www.eds-conferences.org/EDS2010

The remit of the conference includes extended defects, nanostructures,
nanoparticles, quantum dots and interfaces within semiconducting
materials ranging from narrow to wide band gaps, including
graphene-derived materials and diamond. There will be a session to
honour the work of Professor Bob Jones on his retirement.

Malcolm Heggie
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2 June 2010

FULLERENE SILVER ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM - October 4-10, 2010 CRETE, GREECE

NEW “CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES SESSION” INCLUDED

 Due to high demand a session dedicated to carbon nanostructures, such as carbon nanotubes, carbon nanohorns and graphene, will be included. Participants are encouraged to present their work focused on these research areas, as well.

An extension on the abstract deadline until MAY 31st , 2010 is given.

Dear Colleagues,

Celebrating the 25th anniversary since the discovery of Fullerenes we are very pleased to invite you to the Fullerene Silver Anniversary Symposium - FSAS 2010, organized by the Carbon-Nanostructures-Laboratory (CNSLab) located at the Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute, National Hellenic Research Foundation. The conference will be held in Hersonissos, in Heraklion, Crete, Greece and hosted in Atlantica Sensatori Resort  (4 - 10 October 2010).

After the success of the Cnano 09 conference held last October in Santorini, the FSAS-2010, is dedicated to the 25 years since the discovery of Fullerenes, and will be emphasizing on the following themes:

•    Functionalization and Properties of Novel Nanocarbons - Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials 
•    Endohedral Fullerenes
•    Heterofullerenes
•    Fullerides
•    Hybrid Materials of Novel Nanocarbons - Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials
•    Applications of Novel Nanocarbons - Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials
•    Theory, Calculations and Modeling of Novel Nanocarbons - Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes and Related Materials

You are encouraged to submit your abstracts until the extention expires: May 31st, 2010. All details concerning the abstract submission template and other information can be found here.

 All participants will enjoy an all-inclusive stay at the  5-star Atlantica Sensatori Resort where the conference will take place.

More details, with lists of Invited Speakers as well as other details can be found on the conference’s web site www.fsas.gr.

On behalf of the organizing committee

Nikos Tagmatarchis

National Hellenic Research Foundation

Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute

48, Vasileos Constantinou Ave.

11635 Athens, Greece

25 May 2010

ESS and XFEL information day

Brussels, 10 September 2010

The meeting aims to provide the Belgian scientific community with extended information on the future opportunities that will be offered by ESS -- the European Spallation Source of Neutrons planned to be operational in 2020 -- and by the European XFEL -- X-ray Free Electron Laser -- to be operational by 2014.

For more information, click here

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30 April 2010

CONTACT 2010, Intel Ireland

This joint WG2 and WG3 meeting will focus on interface formation, and will be held just after the annual Intel Ireland meeting.

The programme will consist of two invited speakers for each "WG" (talks of 30 minutes), followed by short presentations. WG2 will be about interface analysis and interface formation. WG3 will address devices or applications where interface design and control is critical.
For more details consult the NanoTP internal website or contact the NanoTP chair.[More]

27 April 2010

WG4 Theory Meeting, 19-22nd April, Nottingham, UK

The meeting was organised by Elena Bichoutskaia (WG4 leader) at the Chemistry Department in Nottingham University.
Presentations covered a mix of exciting developments in new theoretical techniques in quantum chemical atomistic modelling, and groups presenting applications of these techniques to nanoscale problems.
Unfortunately the period coincided with the volcanic eruption in Iceland which blocked travel plans for many of the attendees, notably those from further away in Europe such as Turkey, Greece, Portugal, and Switzerland.  Nonetheless the attendance was good (even if many attendees arrived later than initially planned), with modified travel plans including buses, boats, coaches, trains, ...[More]

19 April 2010

Scientific Kick-Off Meeting, Berlin, 18-19th March 2010

The Scientific kick-off meeting of NanoTP was held in Berlin hosted by Bessy II (http://www.bessy.de) represented by Dr. Peter Guttman.

Unlike conventional conferences, the meeting was constructed around the poster session,
with posters representing the work of each participating group. 
A selection of keynote lectures described the current state of the art and outline key scientific and technological problems and challenges for NanoTP over the coming four years, followed by a guided tour of the Synchrotron facilities.

The emphasis within the meeting was on discussion and networking, notably cross-fertilisation between the different workgroups.[More]

18 March 2010

NanoTP Kick-Off meeting, COST Office Brussels, 18-19th November 2009

This administrative (non-scientific) meeting was called to 'kick-off' NanoTP, allow the management committee to meet each other, the project officer, and the other COST staff, and learn more about the COST system.[More]

18 November 2009