Venue

The conference will take place in University College Cork and some side meetings in The Tyndall National Institute.

(UCC) University College Cork

The campus is located in the western part of Cork city 1km from the city centre. UCC was established in 1845 as one of three Queen’s Colleges – at Cork, Galway and Belfast. These new colleges were established in the reign of Queen Victoria, and named after her. UCC is home to over 20,000 students and a staff of more than 1,600 with excellent conference and catering facilities on the campus that make it the perfect venue for 18th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology.

This link shows the bus services that service UCC and how to get from Cork airport to UCC https://www.ucc.ie/en/about/visitors/getting-here/

Tyndall National Institute

Tyndall is 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.

Important Dates

Call for abstracts
1 December 2017

Abstract submission deadline
26 January 2018

Notification of Acceptance
16 March 2018

End of early registration
25 April 2018

Deadline for final papers
11 May 2018

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