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ICNBS Egypt 2012 International Conference

01 Mar 2012 - 03 Mar 2012 - Cairo Egypt



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The conference will take place over 3 days, and will be divided into sections that allow focusing on the conference topics.

Call for Oral and Poster Session Abstracts

The Conference will consist of invited oral presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations selected from abstracts. We are now accepting applications for oral and poster presentations.

Authors will be notified of the selection results. Submissions for presentations should include an abstract of no more than 350 words

Written in Times new roman size 12, It must Include:

Category name
Title
Author name
Position
Affiliation
Email

Poster instructions:

Poster must be 1m length x 0.5m width

On your posters, please include:

Title
Authors – denote presenting author with *
A reception to view and discuss posters will be held during the first day of the conference.

Abstracts should support one of the topics listed below:

Nanotechnology and its applications:
1. Medicine
2. Pharmacy
3. Dentistry
4. Biotechnology
5. Diagnosis and imaging
6. Cancer therapy
7. Microbiology
8. Water treatment
9. Agriculture
10. Nanophysics
11. Nanochemistry
12. Engineering (Mechanics, Electronics, Architecture,…etc) and industry
13. Nanoinformatics
14. Nanotoxicology
15. Radiology and Radiotherapy

Biotechnology and its applications:
15. Medicine
16. Pharmacy
17. Stem Cells trails
18. Diagnosis and imaging
19. Cancer therapy
20. Microbiology
21. Water treatment
22. Agriculture and food industry
23. Veterinary Medicine and Marine sciences
24. Bioinformatics

Spectroscopy and its applications:
25. Medicine
26. Pharmacy
27. Dentistry
28. Biotechnology
29. Diagnosis and imaging
30. Cancer therapy
31. Microbiology
32. Water treatment
33. Agriculture
34. Engineering (Mechanics, Electronics, Architecture,…etc)
35. Nanotechnology
36. Materials Science
37. industry

Deadline to send abstracts to nakaa.nanotechnology.network@gmail.com is 15 October 2011Registration.

• Registration Fees

Category / Nationality Egyptians Foreigners
Students “Attendance” 250 L.E. 250 USD
Students “Poster presenter” 325 L.E. 325 USD
Graduate / Academic Staff “Attendance” 375L.E. 375 USD
Graduate / Academic Staff “Poster Presenter” 425 L.E. 425 USD
Graduate / Academic Staff “Oral Presenter” 475 L.E. 475 USD
Onsite Registration “Attendance” 600 L.E. 600 USD
• The registration fees include;
1. Lunches and coffee breaks indicated in the program.
2. Participation to all scientific sessions.
3. Admission to the scientific and commercial exhibition.
4. All congress documentation (congress bag with its contents, name badge, certificate of attendance, congress book)
• Note:
1. the registration fees support attendance of the conference and scientific participation with a poster or oral presentation only. they don’t support any scientific publishing of the presented papers.
2. For those who would like to publish their full papers in scientific journals will have to pay extra fees that will be send to them by email upon acceptance of their abstracts in the conference if they would like to publish their full scientific papers ( Optional ).

Method of Fees payment:

Fees are to be paid to:

Bank name: Faisal Islamic bank of Egypt

Bank branch: Dokkii branch

Account holder name: ISES Egypt

Account number: 24704

SWIFT: FIEG EG CX DOK

Bank address: 9 Adel Rostom street from Nile street - Dokkii

you can pay the fees in any other branch but you need to provide the above bank details during payment so that the fees will be directed to the bank branch listed above so you have to tell the bank employee that you need to direct the fees to the above listed bank : Dokkii branch bank

you will receive from the bank a payment confirmation paper. please scan it and send it to ises.nano@gmail.com to confirm your registration and payment.

Registration form will be published later

Registration deadline: 30 October 2011

Notice:
The registration fees do not support any travelling or accommodation to the attendees.

NNN can try to arrange accommodation in some hotels at the expense of the attendee upon his request so as to try to get you suitable offers

please visit www.ises-nakaa-conf.webs.com for more information




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