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NanoSpain Conference 2012

27 Feb 2012 - 01 Mar 2012 - Santander, Spain



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During the last two decades, a revolutionary scientific new age, based on the capacity to observe, characterize, manipulate and organize matter in the nanometric scale, is appearing. In this scale, physics, chemistry, materials science, computational theory, and engineering converge towards the same theoretical principles and experimental findings that are basically governed by the laws of the Quantum Mechanics. Nanotechnology involves these interdisciplinary knowledge areas and methodologies in order to study, manufacture and characterize functional structures with dimensions of tens of nanometers. 

The organizers announce the call for abstracts until January 23, 2012 and the deadline for early bird
registration fee as February 10, 2012.
To organize the various sessions and to select contributions, the meeting will be structured in the following
thematic sessions, but interactions among them will be promoted:
1. Graphene
2. NanoBiotechnology
3. Nanoelectronics, NEMS and Nanofabrication
4. Industrial
5. NanoChemistry
6. NanoOptics & NanoPhotonics
7. NanoToxicology



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