Trends In Nanotechnology (TNT2003) (TNT2003)

Venue: University of Salamanca

Location: Salamanca, Spain

Event Date/Time: Sep 15, 2003 End Date/Time: Sep 19, 2003
Registration Date: Sep 15, 2003
Early Registration Date: Jun 10, 2003
Abstract Submission Date: Jun 02, 2003
Paper Submission Date: Aug 17, 2003
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The rapidly emerging areas of nanoscale science and technology are focussed on the design, fabrication, and characterization of functional objects having dimensions at the nanometer length scale. New advances in this emerging area are expected to have long range implications in a wide variety of different scientific and engineering disciplines. The importance of nanoscale science is growing worldwide and it is now widely recognized as a critical component to the future growth of the world economy.
In response to the growing awareness of the importance of nanotechnology, many conferences are being organized worldwide to discuss the latest advances. Among those, the series of conferences "Trends in Nanotechnology" (Toledo-Spain, 2000 / Segovia-Spain, 2001 / Santiago de Compostela-Spain, 2002) has become a key meeting in the nanotechnology field since it brings fresh ideas on organisation, first level speakers, and an environment suitable to keep discussions, ideas exchange and enhance scientific and personal relations among participants. TNT2003 is being held in large part due to the overwhelming success of earlier Nanotechnology Conferences, TNT2000, TNT2001 and TNT2002. TNT2003 will be organized in a similar way to the three prior TNT conferences. In 2002, this five day conference attracted around 350 scientists worldwide and featured ~70 talks ranging from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. Approximately 200 posters were presented.

The aim of the "Trends in Nanotechnology" conference (TNT2003) will be to focus on the applications of Nanotechnology and to bring together in a scientific Forum various groups throughout the world working in this field.

If you are interested in presenting an oral contribution or a poster, please send Antonio Correia ( ) a tentative title talk and abstract. The committee will select papers for oral presentation and will notify authors shortly. Participants are also encouraged to present posters