Important Dates

July 31, 2008
Manuscript Deadline

Organizing Committee

  • E.I. Meletis—Chair U.Texas — Arlington, USA
  • E.C. Aifantis AUTh, Hellas Michigan Tech U., USA
  • E. Kaxiras Harvard U., USA

Publication

All papers will be peer reviewed and can be published in

  • J Nano Research
  • J Mech. Beh. Materials
  • J Nanosci. Nanotechnology
  • Advanced Science Letters
  • Inter. J Modern Physics B
  • J Comp. Theor. Nanoscience

An elite volume with the Plenary, Kenynote/Invited lectures, and the abstracts of contributed talks/posters is planned.

Publication Committee

  • E.C. Aifantis AUT, Hellas / MTU, USA
  • E. Kaxiras Harvard U., USA
  • C. Politis U. Patras, Hellas
  • W. Schommers FZK, Germany
  • V. Teixeira U. Minho, Portugal

Contact Information

IC4N@uta.edu

Dear Colleagues,

Nanoscience and nanotechnology brought up an unprecedented excitement in the scientific and engineering communities, especially the last decade. The recent revolutionary advances in nanoscale phenomena open exciting, new avenues for research and discovery and hope to meet the technological needs of the near future. A major objective of the 1st International Conference from Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials to Nanodevices and Nanosystems is to address and discuss current state-of-the-art, identify barriers to progress, and future challenging and rewarding research directions. It is our goal to provide a stimulating environment for interaction and foster collaboration among participants. Progress in this field can have a tramendous impact on science and technology and critical global issues such as human health, energy and our environments.

We look forward to hosting you in Halkidiki, Greece.

Professor Stathis I. Meletis, Conference Chair
University of Texas at Arlington

Nobel Laureate 1996 Professor, Sir H.W. Kroto

Plenary Lecture

Nobel Laureate 1996
Professor, Sir H.W. Kroto

Mechanisms of Self Assembly at Nanoscale Dimensions

Keynote Lectures

R.Z. Valiev - (Ufa, Russia)

Bulk Nanomaterials

B.I. Yakobson - (Rice U., USA)

Carbon Nanotubes

A.E. Romanov - (IOFFE, Russia/UCSB, USA)

Nanodeformation and Nanodefects

J. Bush - (MIT, USA)

Surface Tension in Nanobiology

Conference Topics

  • Fundamentals

    Theory/Experiments/Simulations
  • Nanomaterials

    Synthesis/Characterization/Properties
  • Nanoobjects

    Nano -particles, -wires, -tubes, -sheets
  • Nanomodeling

    Nanomechanics/Nanoelectronics/Nanobiology
  • Nanoapplications

    Energy/Environment/Medical
  • Nanofabrication & Nanomanufacturing

  • Nanodevices & Nanosystems

  • Mini-Symposia on New Directions

  • The Gerberich Symposium

    Probing at the Nanoscale