IEEE NANO 2018
Cork, Ireland | 23 – 26 July 2018
IEEE-NANO is the flagship IEEE Nanotechnology conference, which has been a successful annual conference since 2001. The conference scope spans both nanoscience and nanotechnology, including:
- Developing new nanomaterials or manipulating matter at nanometre length scale
- Studying the fundamental physical, chemical or biological properties of these nanomaterials and nanostructures
- Manipulating and optimizing nanomaterials and nanostructures to create new nanosensors, nanoactuators and nanoelectronic/nanophotonic devices.
The thematic focus for IEEE NANO 2018 is Nano-Enabled Smart Things: new materials, devices and systems that can benefit humanity through applications in communications, energy, healthcare, food and environment. The conference themes will encompass experimental contributions as well as modelling and simulation. We welcome contributions from both academic and industry-based researchers.
Authors of accepted manuscripts will have the option of submitting a full paper (4 pages) for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. The proceedings of IEEE NANO 2018 will be available and indexed on the IEEE Xplore system.
There will also be a special section/issue of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (TNANO) reflecting the scope of IEEE NANO 2018.
Countdown to IEEE NANO 2018
IEEE NANO 2018 News
Ian Seymour – Student Award: Best Contributed Oral Presentation for ‘Interdigitated nanowire electrode arrays for enhanced electrochemical sensing’
Aurélien Gimenez – Student Award: Best Poster for ‘Nano-substructed Periodic gold nanoarrays for SERS / MEF applications’
Young Prof Award:
Miguel Caro – Young Professional Award: Best Oral Presenter for ‘Understanding the Growth Mechanism of Tetrahedra Amorphous Carbon with a Machine-Learning based Interatomic Potential’
Umberto Garlando – Young Professional Award: Best Poster ‘Design and Characterization of Circuits Based on Emerging Technologies: the MagCAD Approach’
Oluwaseyi Balogun – Best Contributed Oral Presentation, for ‘Detection of Gigahertz Nanomechanical Vibrations with Localized Gap Plasmons in a Pillar Nanoantenna Architecture’
Andrew Eckford – Best Poster Award, for ‘Improving Receiver Performance of Diffusion-Based Molecular MIMO Communication’
Aurélien Gimenez – nanoArt Competition winner for ‘Don’t put OWL your eggs in one basket’
IEEE NANO 2018 STUDENT TRAVEL BURSARY AWARDS
We are delighted to announce that there will be four bursaries awarded to student attendees at this year’s 18th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology conference (July 23 – 26). These bursaries are provided by Science Foundation Ireland to provide support to overseas students attending IEEE NANO 2018. Each bursary will provide up to €800 in support of travel and accommodation costs associated with attendance at IEEE NANO 2018.
To apply for one of the IEEE NANO 2018 Student Bursary Awards, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, with a 250 word justification as to how the bursary and attendance at IEEE NANO 2018 will benefit your career. Please also include your abstract title, your author ID and the abstract ID. The subject line of the email should be “IEEE NANO 2018 Student Bursary Application”. The deadline for bursary applications is Friday 29th June 2018. Applications will be judged on the quality of your justification and the abstract submitted to IEEE NANO 2018.
Announcing the IEEE NANO 2018 nanoArt Competition
We are delighted to announce the nanoArt Competition at this year’s 18th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology in Cork, Ireland (July 23 – 26, www.ieeenano18.org). Prizes will be awarded to the best images of Nanoscience or Nanotechnology in action. To be in with a chance to win, send your image with a brief (max. 50-word) description to email@example.com. Shortlisted entries will be exhibited at the conference venue (University College Cork) and at a downtown gallery in Cork City Centre.
nanoArt Submission Deadline: Thursday 12th July 2018.
What it is: a ‘nanoArt’ competition, looking to find the best images of nanoscience or nanotechnology in action.
What to submit: An image related to nanoscience or nanotechnology (.jpg format only) and a brief 50-word description. Please note that images cannot be digitally enhanced in any way (apart from adding colour).
By when: Thursday 12th July 2018.
To whom: firstname.lastname@example.org (with the subject heading: “nanoArt Competition Entry”)
Exhibition Locations: Various locations at University College Cork & The Crawford/CIT Gallery at 46, Grand Parade, Cork City.
Confirmed plenary speakers already include:
Prof. Deirdre O’Carroll Rutgers University and Trinity College Dublin
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