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The conference is intended to provide a forum for researchers and educators around the world to exchange state-of-the-art research and development and identify research needs and opportunities in these emerging fields.

International Conference in Nanotechnology

Colombo, Sri Lanka | Posted on December 5th, 2011

The primary objectives of this conference are to:

Facilitate interaction between researchers working in the fields of development and application of materials, with a special emphasis on electronics, energy, biotechnology and environment;

Provide scientists, engineers, graduate students and other professionals with a forum to actively engage in research discussions, and professional development; and

Create opportunities for the next generation workforce to develop their professional skills.

ICAMSE-12 will cover a wide range of interdisciplinary and current research topics related to science and engineering. Research on advanced materials make a strong connection between different fields in science and engineering. These new materials includes, nanomaterials, bio-nanomaterials, zero bandgap materials, composites, tissue engineering and biomaterials. These materials have numerous applications in electronics, biotechnology, medicine and energy harvesting. The importance of nano-science and engineering has been well documented by both industrial and academic communities worldwide. It is believed that breakthroughs in nano-science and technology will change all aspects of human life in such diverse areas as, energy, biomedicine, sensing, environment, and security.

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