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Abstract:
Hosted on the Riviera Maya at the Occidental Hotel, Prof Thomas Nann, Prof. Shaun Hendy and Prof. Richard Tilley will be chairing the Nanomaterials conference. With over 60 speakers including many high profile professors and an expected attendance of 100 delegates the Nanomaterials conference should prove to be an over whelming success for everyone over the 5 days.

The Nanomaterials Zing Conference

Xcaret, Mexico | Posted on October 7th, 2011

The programme starts at 4pm 28th November 2011 and runs through to the 2nd December 2011
With sessions including
- Synthesis
- Characterization
- Modelling
- Applications
The diverse topics are there to be beneficial at every level.

"The upcoming Nanomaterials 2011 conference has attracted a series of first class speakers from the areas of nanomaterial synthesis, characterisation and modelling. The relatively small size of the conference will allow delegates to discuss with the world leaders in the field and is designed a potent networking opportunity." Says Prof. Thomas Nann, University of South Australia

"The research area of Nanomaterials has experienced a tremendous growth over the past decade and branches now into many neighboring fields. The upcoming Nanomaterials 2011 conference focuses on key areas of nanomaterial synthesis, characterization and modelling, which will be covered by leaders in this discipline."

Zing has drawn up an excellent programme which allows plenty of time for networking in the conference centre or round the pool!

This is not only beneficial to the delegates but also the sponsors and exhibitors attending.

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