International Conference on Recent Trends in Nanostructured materials and their Applications (ICRNM-2008)
|Event Date/Time: Dec 19, 2008||End Date/Time: Dec 20, 2008|
|Registration Date: Nov 01, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 15, 2008|
|Abstract Submission Date: Nov 01, 2008|
|Paper Submission Date: Dec 01, 2008|
modern life, therefore the main objective of this conference is to provide a platform for scientists and engineers working in the area of nanomaterials to disseminate their latest research results, allow cross disciplinary
exchange of knowledge and show case their latest inventions and innovations.Plenary and invited talks will be delivered by leading researchers in the field, on most recent developments in the areas of synthesis and
characterization of nano-structured materials. Electronic, Optical, Magnetic and Thermal properties determined by nano-scale features will be presented by various researchers in the form oral/poster presentations.
Synthesis of nanomaterials
Nanostructured thin films
Characterization and Exploitation of Optical, Magnetic, Electrical
and Thermal properties of nanostructures
Nanophotonics and Spintronics
Nanobiological applications and sensors
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an approxima te urban population of 4.2 million
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Founded in 1918 by the Seventh Nizam of Hyderabad, Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan, the Osmania University is the seventh oldest institution of higher learning in India and the third oldest in South India; and the first to be established in the erstwhile princely State of Hyderabad. For almost nine decades, it has sustained an integrated development of all faculties. It has contributed to the academic, social and economic development of the region and the nation as a whole. Its alumni have distinguished themselves nationally and internationally. After the State of A.P. was formed in 1956, Osmania University emerged as the largest university in the state and the country. Osmania iversity is a pioneering institution, which was recently re-accreditated by NationalAssessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with the "A+" grade.
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One-page extended abstracts of Contributed Research Papers are invited by November 1, 2008 in MS Word format, typed in an area 236 mm x 160 mm with font size 12 in Times New Roman, except for the Title and Affiliation,
which should be in bold in size 12. Acceptance will be communicated by November 10 2008, and full manuscripts of papers camera ready for
publication will be required for submission by December2, 2008. It is intended that papers presented in the conference will be published in a proceeding/peer Journal.