Events

Asia
Nano Forum
Summits

Annual events where high level Nanotech leaders meet
hosted by a ANF member.

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2016

Start date: July 13, 2016

End date: July 15, 2016

Location: Seoul, Korea

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2015

Start date: August 3, 2015

End date: August 4, 2015

Location: Singapore

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2014

Start date: September 24, 2014

End date: September 25, 2014

Location: Suzhou, China

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2013

Date: January 27, 2014

Location: Tsukuba, Japan

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2012

Start date: August 22, 2012

End date: August 23, 2012

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2011

Date: August 9, 2011

Location: Tehran, Iran

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2010

Date: November 9, 2010

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2009

Start date: October 8, 2009

End date: October 9, 2009

Location: Taipei, Taiwan

Asia Nano Forum Summit 2008

Start date: November 16, 2008

End date: November 17, 2008

Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Asia
Nanotech
Camps

Annual event where young leading nanotech researchers
meet and experience collaborations.

Asia Nanotech Camp 2016

Start date: April 3, 2016

End date: April 8, 2016

Location: Krems, Austria

Asia Nanotech Camp 2015

Start date: August 2, 2015

End date: August 7, 2015

Location: Singapore

Asia Nanotech Camp 2014

Start date: October 8, 2014

End date: October 15, 2014

Location: Tehran, Iran

Asia Nanotech Camp 2013

Start date: October 4, 2013

End date: October 11, 2013

Location: Banten, Indonesia

Asia Nanotech Camp 2012

Start date: July 6, 2012

End date: July 9, 2012

Location: Beijing, China

Asia Nanotech Camp 2010

Start date: October 3, 2010

End date: October 14, 2010

Location: Singapore - Malaysia

Other Events

Upcoming

Sixth Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization Conference 2017

Start date: November 5, 2017

End date: November 7, 2017

Location: Los Angeles, USA

2017 SNO CONFERENCE

This year’s SNO conference sessions represent a hybrid of topics on selected “systems” that contribute to sustainability and more traditional topics. Sessions will be populated with talks on applications, effects and implications, analytical methods, and lifecycle aspects of nanomaterials within each system. The aims are to identity where nanomaterials and nanotechnology can improve the sustainability of each system and to foster integration of knowledge between applications and implications within each system. We also aim to encourage papers on the applications of nanomaterials to sustainability. Papers on lifecycle aspects of nanomaterials within each system or across systems are encouraged. New developments in analytical methods and instrumentation are also welcome. Topics from prior conferences will be addressed under the current session topics.

As always, in all our sessions, we ask how we are helping reach sustainability through nanotechnology:

2017 CONFERENCE SESSIONS

1. Tribute to Pedro Alvarez
Pedro Alvarez has significantly contributed to eco-responsible nanotechnology through pioneering research on how engineered nanomaterials interact with bacteria, elucidating their mode of action and discerning potential impacts to microbial ecosystem services. He also opened new opportunities for nano-enabled greener disinfection and biofouling control, as well as for enhanced (selective) removal of priority water pollutants. Recently, Alvarez led a multi-university effort to establish a NSF Nanosystems Engineering Research Center for Nanotechnology-Enabled Water Treatment (NEWT), which is developing easy-to-deploy, next-generation modular treatment processes that protect lives and support sustainable development.

2. Food/Agriculture
This session centers on Nanotechnology for food production, pesticide delivery, nutrient delivery, disease suppression, food fortification, and environmental implications.

3. Water
This session focuses on applications of nanotechnology to address water or air contaminants, including applications in water supply, wastewater treatment and industrial air quality control.

4. Fate and Exposure
This session will consider studies addressing nanomaterial release, fate and transport, transformations, and exposure modelling.

5. Nanotoxicology
This session emphasizes the evaluation of the effects (i.e. positive or negative) that advanced nanomaterials have on the environment and human health.

6. Life Cycle
It is important to consider a life-cycle perspective when evaluating the applications of nanotechnology, from raw materials to synthesis, and from product use to end of life. Papers in this session can address the entire life-cycle of particular applications, or the implications in specific life-cycle phases, including recycling.

7. Sensors/Measurement
Papers in this session focus on the need to develop sensors, new instruments, approaches, and/or further refinement of existing tools for characterizing nanomaterials and using nanomaterials as sensors to detect chemicals of interest.

8. Green Synthesis
This session focuses on the synthesis of nanomaterials with lowered energy and fewer polluting by-products and starting materials. Environmentally benign methods for forming in place, incorporating lithography, vacuum coating and spray coating; mechanical synthesis (‘top-down’ method that reduces the size of particles by attrition, for example, ball milling or planetary grinding); gas phase synthesis, such as plasma vaporization, chemical vapor synthesis and laser ablation; and green wet chemistry, the range of techniques that are most applicable for characterization by light scattering techniques. Wet chemistry techniques are fundamentally ‘bottom-up,’ i.e., they start with ions or molecules and build these up into larger structures.  Green chemistry techniques are used here such as use of Non-toxic Solvents (e.g., supercritical CO2, water), Self-assembly, Solid state processes, Bio-inspired nanoscale synthesis, Templating processes (including ambient, room-temperature processes), Molten Salt or Ionic Liquid Synthesis, Microwave technology, Improved synthesis, fewer steps, Photochemical synthesis, Use of renewables, and many more material and energy saving methods.

9. Education/Social aspects
Papers in this session will address nano-education programs and curriculum development.  In addition, societal aspects, such as laws, regulations, economics, and social issues, will be covered.

10. Nanomedicine
This session will accept papers that deal with the use of various types of nanoparticles for use in medicine, particularly to diagnose and treat cancer.

Past

NANO KOREA 2017

Start date: July 12, 2017

End date: July 14, 2017

Location: KINTEX, Ilsan, Korea

Graphene Malaysia 2017

Start date: July 10, 2017

End date: July 11, 2017

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

“Revolutionising Innovations With Graphene”

nano tech Japan 2017

Start date: February 15, 2017

End date: February 17, 2017

Location: Tokyo, Japan

8th International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology

Start date: February 12, 2017

End date: February 16, 2017

Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

Exco meeting

Date: February 16, 2017

Location: Tokio, Japan

Advanced Materials Conference (AMC 2016)

Start date: November 28, 2016

End date: November 29, 2016

Location: Langkawi Island, Malaysia

NanoThailand 2016

Start date: November 27, 2016

End date: November 29, 2016

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

8th International Workshop on Advanced Materials Science and Nanotechnology (IWAMSN 2016)

Start date: November 8, 2016

End date: November 12, 2016

Location: Ha Long City, Vietnam

5th Sustainable Nanotechnology Conference

Start date: November 10, 2016

End date: November 12, 2016

Location: Orlando, Florida

Graphene Malaysia 2016

Start date: November 8, 2016

End date: November 9, 2016

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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