IEEE-NANO 2020 (Virtual) Registration is NOW OPEN! See Preliminary Program schedule here. Watch for updates shortly. See our outstanding lineup of plenary and keynote speakers for more information! Watch for posting on our invited speakers shortly Registration information and link is posted here. Sponsors and Exhibitors opportunities are still available! With our Video Clip option,… Read more
The 20th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO 2020) is now calling for “Late Breaking News” papers. Please access the submission system by this link: http://nano.papercept.net/ LATE BREAKING ABSTRACTS ARE DUE JUNE 21st AND FINAL PAPERS ARE DUE JULY 7th Click here for a list of important dates and deadlines. The deadline for Late… Read more
The Preliminary Virtual Schedule for IEEE-NANO 2020 has been posted. The program will be three days with three parallel sessions each day. Each day will feature 2 plenary talks and keynotes after lunch break. The 2020 IEEE Nanotechnology Council Award Ceremony will take place on Friday. See program page.
IEEE-NANO 2020 Virtual is pleased to announce the line up of Plenary and Keynote speakers. For details view the Speakers page or the individual postings.
Flexible polymer nanocomposites for microfluidics and wearable biosensors
Bonnie Gray, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Professor, Engineering Science
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC Canada
Straintronics: Strain-switched Nanomagnets for Digital and Analog Applications
Commonwealth Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA USA
Top-down meets bottom-up: Way to explore the plentiful room at the bottom
Osamu Tabata, Fellow, IEEE
Kyoto University of Advanced Science
Droplet Microfluidics Technologies for Rapid Pathogen Identification and Susceptibility Testing
Tza-Huei (Jeff) Wang, Fellow IEEE
Mechanical Engineering & Biomedical Engineering Departments, Institute for NanoBioTechnology
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland, USA