The 18th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology comes to Cork, Ireland from 23 to 26 July 2018. In addition to the traditional IEEE NANO session topics, the thematic focus for this year’s event is Nano-Enabled Smart Things, including topics such as:
- Nanosensors & Nanoactuators
- Nanoenergy for Smart Things
- Nanoelectronics (Emerging Research Materials, Devices & Architectures)
- Nanofabrication & Assembly
- Nano Life Sciences
Confirmed plenary speakers already include: Prof. John A. Rogers, Northwestern University; Prof. Olivo Malini, A*STAR Singapore; and Prof. Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
Visit www.ieeenano18.org to register your interest.
Cork, the gourmet capital of Ireland, offers the buzz of a dynamic city coupled with unspoiled landscapes and over a thousand years of culture and history. Cork is also home to Tyndall National Institute, one of Europe’s leading research centres in integrated ICT hardware and systems, and host to IEEE NANO 2018. At Tyndall, we specialise in ‘atoms to systems’ research in both electronics and photonics – from atomistic simulations to advanced materials, devices, circuits and systems. We work with industry and academia to deliver real impact in our core market areas of communications, energy, health, agri-food and the environment.
Abstract Submission & Registration Opens: 5 December 2017 Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 28 February 2018 Notification of Acceptance: 29 March 2018 Deadline for Early Registration: 10 May 2018 Deadline for Final Papers: 31 May 2018 Conference Dates: 23 – 26 July 2018
We look forward to welcoming you to IEEE NANO 2018!