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4th International Conference on Nanotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications  edit    delete

Category: conference/workshop
Description: As globalization leads to increasing interaction among regions and peoples of the world, it is important to encourage multi-disciplinarity in emerging scientific topics such as nanotechnology. Nanotechnology, even though rapidly growing, is still in its infancy and has given rise to numerous novel applications for the solution of many current problems.

ICNFA is a series of international conferences held yearly. These conferences focus on all aspects of Nanotechnology. After successfully holding the first, second, and third conferences, International ASET Inc. will be hosting this conference in Toronto next year.

ICNFA is an acronym for International Conference on Nanotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications.

The aim of ICNFA'13 is to bring together the Canadian and International community working in the field of nanotechnology, and to foster an environment conducive to present advances in this field. This conference will also provide a golden opportunity to develop new collaborations and gather world nanotechnology experts on the fundamentals, applications and products. Through the 4th conference a great opportunity to share knowledge and expertise will be created taking advantage from the synergy of the previous conferences. The ICNFA'13 program will include invited keynote talks, oral presentation sessions, and poster sessions.
When: Monday 12 August, 2013 8:00 am EDT - Wednesday 14 August, 2013 5:00 pm EDT
Where: Toronto, Canada
Website: http://icnfa2013.international-aset.com/
Tags:
  1. nanotechnologies
  2. nanotechnology in general !
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