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Home > Press > ImagineNano 2013 – Call for Abstracts - 7 International Nano Conferences

Abstract:
The call for abstracts is still open for ImagineNano International Conferences, to be held from the 23rd to the 26th of April 2013 (Bilbao, Spain).

ImagineNano 2013 – Call for Abstracts - 7 International Nano Conferences

Madrid, Spain | Posted on February 7th, 2013

Abstracts can be sent to 7 International Conferences:

- Graphene 2013
- nanoBio&Med 2013
- NanoSpain 2013
- TNA Energy 2013 (Trends in NanoApplications)
- PPM 2013 (Photonics/Plasmonics/Magneto-Optics)
- NanoSD 2013 (Nanotechnologies for Security&Defense)
- SPM 2013 (Scanning Probe Microscopy)

Submit your abstract and become an integral part of the leading European Nano event. The deadline to send abstracts for oral presentations is the 11th of February and for posters presentations, the 15th of March.

The early bird fee will be kept until the 4th of March.

The abstract submission can be done on the event website (www.imaginenano.com).

Apart from the conferences, under the same roof will be held:

1. Industrial Forum
2. Exhibition (70 institutions confirmed for now)
3. One to one meetings

Further news will be updated regularly on the event website: www.imaginenano.com
Registration: www.imaginenano.com/GENERAL/regini.php?d=fee
PhD grants: www.imaginenano.com/GENERAL/grants.php

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