Dear Colleagues,

      It is with great pleasure to announce the 3rd International Conference from Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials to Nanodevices and Nanosystems (IC4N). Following the resounding success of the 1st IC4N held in Halkidiki, Greece with the Plenary Lecture by Nobel Laureate Sir Harry Kroto, and 2nd IC4N held in the Island of Rhodes, opened by Michael Grätzel, this year’s IC4N travels to the Island of Crete with magnificent scenery, beaches and thousand years old history of a thriving civilization.  We are pleased to announce that this year's event is co-organized with the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB), Section on Medicines Development.
      The overall goal of this forum is to identify current barriers and rewarding research directions, provide a stimulating environment for interaction and foster collaboration among international participants in an effort to effectively address global problems in energy, environment, and human health.
      We look forward to hosting you in the Island of Crete.
      On behalf of the Organizing Committee.

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

Plenary/Keynote Lectures

Professor, Michael Gr?zelDr. Phaedon Avouris
IBM Research Division, USA
Graphene-based Electronis & Optoelectronics

 


 

 

Professor, Michael Gr?zelProf. Kenneth A. Dawson
Center of BioNano Interactions,
UC Dublin, Ireland
Interactions of Nanoscale Objects with Living Organisms

 

 

Professor, Michael Gr?zelProf. Ehud Gazit
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Self-assembled Peptide Nanostructures


 

 

 

Professor, Michael Gr?zelProf. Esko I. Kauppinen
Aalto University, Finland
SWCNT Thin Films for Flexible Electronics


 

 

 

Conference Topics

Graphene & Carbon-based Nanomaterials
1-Dimensional Nanomaterials
Self Assembly at the Nanoscale
Nanofabrication & Nanomanufacturing
Energy Conversion & Storage
Nanomedicine & Biotechnology
Nano/Bio Materials
Environmental Remediation
Nanomagnetism
Nanoelectronics & Nanophotonics
Nanoscale Sensor & Devices
Probing at the Nanoscale
Student Poster Competition
($1,000 Best Poster Award)

 

Cretan Workshop on: Global Challenges & Future Opportunities for Nanotechnology (sponsored by NSF)

 

Best Poster Paper Awards Sponsored by the Electrochemical Society, ECS

Important Dates

April 29, 2011
Abstract Submission
May 9, 2011
Notification of Acceptance
May 31, 2011
Early Bird Registration (EXTENDED)

Organizing Committee

  • E.I. Meletis-Chair U. Texas – Arlington, USA
  • A. Mitraki U. Crete, Hellas
  • A. Odysseos U. Cyprus, Cyprus
  • C. Politis U. Patras, Hellas
  • W. Schommers KIT, Germany

Publication

Papers submitted will be peer reviewed and considered for publication in:

  • J Nano Research
  • Interface
  • Advanced Science Letters
  • Inter. J Modern Physics B
  • J Comp. Theor. Nanoscience

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

Publication Committee

  • C. Politis U. Patras, Hellas
  • K. Rajeshwar UT Arlington, USA
  • W. Schommers FZK, Germany
  • V. Teixeira U. Minho, Portugal

Contact Information

IC4N@uta.edu