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The 4th International Conference on Nanostructures (ICNS4) started work in the International College of Sharif University of Technology on Kish Island on March 12 with the participation of a number of international and domestic researchers active in the field of nanotechnology.

4th Int'l Conference on Nanostructures Kicks Off Work in Iran

Tehran, Iran | Posted on March 13th, 2012

According to the executive authorities of the International Conference on Nanostructures, 96 articles from the 685 articles accepted in the conference will be presented in the form of oral presentation, and the rest in the form of poster presentation.

Lecturers from the countries Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, the United States, Australia, Canada, and the Republic of Korea are present at the conference. Among the Iranian lecturers who participate in the conference, mention can be made of Head of Nanotechnology Research Centre of Iran University of Science and Technology Dr. Ali Beitollahi, member of the Scientific Board of Sharif University of Technology Dr. Nima Taqaviniya, member of the Scientific Board of Medical College of Martyr Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Dr. Hashem Rafi'ee Tabar and member of Institute for Research in Fundamental Studies (IPM) Dr. Reza Asgari.

Two educational workshops under the titles 'International Patent' and 'Advance Electrospinning' will also be held during the conference.

The 4th International Conference on Nanostructures (ICNS4) will continue its work on Kish Island until March 14, 2012. For more information about the conference, visit the conference's website at icns4.nanosharif.ir/page.asp?id=1.

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