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The Sixth International Conference on Nanostructures (ICNS6) is due to be held by Sharif University of Technology on Kish Island, Persian Gulf, on 7-10 March 2016.

March 2016; 6th Int'l Conference on Nanostructures in Iran

Tehran, Iran | Posted on July 29th, 2015

Among the objectives of this international conference, mention can be made of studying the existing challenges in the field of nanostructures and strengthening cooperation between the Iranian and international researchers in the field of nanotechnology.


The topics of the conference are as follows:


Nanomaterials, nanobiomaterials and nanocomposites

Nanostructures in energy, water and environment

Nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine

Nanostructures in electronics, photonics and plasmonics

Nanomaterials in catalysts and photocatalysts

Carbon nanostructures

Two-dimensional nanostructures

Advanced production and characterization methods

Nanosensors and nanobiosensors

Standardization and commercialization

Risk assessment and ethics in nanotechnology


A number of university lecturers will deliver speech in the conference, among which mention can be made of Prof. Paul Weiss, the editor-in-chief of ACS Nano and distinguished professor of University of California, Los Angeles, Prof. Luis Liz-Marzan, the editor-in-chief of Langmuir, Prof. Ali Khademhosseini, the distinguished professor of MIT and Harvard University, Prof. Peter Fratzl, the head of Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Prof. Hans Jurgen Butt, the head of Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Prof. Sir Mark Welland, the head of Nanoscience Center of University of Cambridge, and Prof. Kenneth Suslick, the distinguished professor of Illinois University.


The deadline for paper submission is 30 September 2015. For more information about registration in ICNS6, visit the conference’s website at /www.nanosharif.ir/page.asp?id=489.

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