NANOTECH Tunisia 2014 and MEET Tunisia 2014 joint International Conferences and Exhibitions
International Conference and Exhibition on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Hammamet - Tunisia 2014 (NANOTECH Tunisia 2014)
and Materials for Energy & Environment International Conference and Exhibition
Hammamet - Tunisia 2014 (MEET Tunisia 2014).
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One place, two conferences covering hot science trends. NANOTECH Tunisia 2014 and the MEET Tunisia 2014 conferences will take place in parallel, as well as a vast exhibition, one-to-one meetings and an industrial forum.
MEET Tunisia 2014 will bring together a multi-disciplinary group of internationally recognized researcher and technology developers. The aim of this conference is to foster the interaction between scientists from academia and industry working on fundamental and applied aspects and contribute to the ultimate goal to accelerate the implementation of new, materials that will provide clean and affordable energy for the future. It will also give you an excellent overview of recent developments in the areas of energy conversion, energy storage and efficiency.
The development of sustainable energy systems is among the most pivotal challenges of the 21st century. Nanotechnology potentially provides paradigm-changing solutions to problems related to energy technology, because energy conversion processes of practical relevance occur at interfaces and surfaces, which are abundant in nanostructured materials. This conference will be jointly organized with the Nanotech Tunisia 2014. The main focus of this conference will be on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology in the fields of Graphene, Energy and Environment, Bio/Medicine, Optics, Photonics, etc.
This event will gather the global nanotechnology and Materials for Energy and Environment communities, including researchers, industrials, policymakers and investors. Internationally renowned speakers will offer the attendees exceptional opportunities. The latest trends and discoveries in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology as well as in the area of Materials for Energy and Environment from some of the world´s leading players in the field will be discussed.
It is an excellent event for students to meet and discuss with lead researchers. The conference provides an unprecedented opportunity to discover innovation and new business opportunities. It’s among the most important events in the region and it’s opened to the participation of private companies. It’s a unique venue for companies to promote equipment and technology
The conference will include plenary speeches, invited presentations, contributed presentations and poster presentations. Also, the contents are enriched by networking coffee breaks and lunches.
For full details about the Conferences Topics, please refer to the conference program web page.
In parallel to the conference sessions, nanotechnology and nanoscience workshop will be organized and certificates will be issued to participants. This Nanotechnology workshop consists in a series of short courses that will educate participants in a range of technologies through a 2 days Intensive Program. This course focuses on all the essential aspects in this rapidly growing field. For more details please see the conference program web page.
Professor of Physics, Collège de France, France - (to be confirmed soon)
Professor Emeritus, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/ professor-at-large, University of Oslo/ President of Applied Biophysics, Finland
Director of the National Institute of Solar Energy (INES), France
Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biophysics, Technische Universitat Munchen- Germany
Chief Scientist at SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Norway
Associate Professor in Materials Physics, University of Minho, Portugal
Professor of Physical Chemistry, University College Dublin, Ireland
Faculty of Physics and CeNIDE, University of Duisburg-Essen-Germany
Chair in Nanotechnology Water Research Center ,Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Paul Sabatier University and CNRS Toulouse France
Chief Technical Officer and R&D head of AttoCube Systems AG, Germany
Fluorotronics, Inc, San Diego, CA- USA
INSERM U 698, X. Bichat hospital, Paris University Paris Diderot and Paris Nord, France
Director of the Instituto de Microelectronica de Madrid, CSIC, Spain
Associate Professor Western Michigan University, USA
Energy / environment and sustainable Materials
Materials Processing, simulations and modelling and properties:
Energy conversion, storage and efficiency:
Fabrication, Characterization & Tools
Electronics & Microsystems
Medical & Biotech
Energy & Environment
This Nanotechnology workshop consists in a series of short courses that will educate participants in a range of technologies through a 2 days Intensive Program. This course focuses on all the essential aspects in this rapidly growing field.
All courses are presented by leading experts in their fields of expertise. Participation includes Course Notes and a Networking coffee and Lunch with the instructors and experts.
Who Should Attend
These courses are a must for all beginners as well as experts interested in rapidly growing applications of Nano materials. They are suitable for: Graduate, Master and PhD students, Academic researchers, Managers, Practicing Engineers, Industrial Scientists and Decision/Policy Makers with some technical background.
Graphene synthesis and properties
Dr. Jorge M. Garcia, Director of the Instituto de Microelectronica de Madrid, CSIC, Spain.
Nanomaterials for Energy
Prof. Axel Lorke, Faculty of Physics and CeNIDE, University of Duisburg-Essen-Germany
Nanomaterials and Water Purification: Opportunities and Challenges
Prof Michael Stocker, Chief Scientist at SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Norway
Plasmonics for biomedical and energy applications
Prof Adnen Mlyeh, Paul Sabatier University and CNRS Toulouse France.
Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
Prof. Didier Letourneur, INSERM U 698, X. Bichat hospital, Paris University Paris Diderot and Paris Nord, France
Nanotechnology for drug delivery/ Nanosafety
Prof Kenneth Dawson Professor of Physical Chemistry, University College Dublin, Ireland)