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Abstract:
Nano for Security & Defense International Conference (NanoSD2014) will be held in Avila, Spain (September 23-26, 2014) - designated by UNESCO a World Heritage City in 1985. The conference will provide an opportunity to discuss general issues and important impacts of nanotechnology in the development of security and defense. A broad range of defense and security technologies and applications, such as nanostructures, nanosensors, nano energy sources, and nanoelectronics which are influencing these days will be discussed.

Nanotechnology that will impact the Security & Defense sectors to be discussed at NanoSD2014 conference

Madrid, Spain | Posted on July 8th, 2014

NanoSD2014 will present current developments, research findings and relevant information on nanotechnology that will impact the security and defense.



NanoSD2014 Topics

Sensors | Textil | Nano-Optics | Nanophotonics | Nanoelectronics | Nanomaterials | Nanobio & Nanomedicine | Energy | Nanofood | Forensic Science



Do not miss presentations from well known institutions

THALES Research and Technology | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory | Lockheed Martin | European Defense Agency | Metamaterial Technologies Inc. | Georgia Tech | NASA | CNRS | UWS / Thin Film Center | CEA-Grenoble | International Commercialisation Alliance of Israel | University of Derby | Spanish Ministry of Defense, among others



Some of the contributions to be featured

Strategy, Technology, and Governance: Security Challenges of Emerging Technologies for the 21st Century

Sensing traces of nerve agents like Sarin using nanomaterial based electrical detectors

Safety & Security Applications of Optical Metamaterials

Nanostructured energetic materials: opportunities to enhance performances

Applications of Nanotechnology in Forensic Science

Recent Advances on Nano-materials and Technologies for Thin Film Transistors



Do not miss the opportunity to meet the key players of the Security & Defense industry. Prices starting from 290.



Keep track of the latest developments and trends on Nano for Security & Defense.

Updated info: www.nanosdconf.com

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