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NANOSEA NANO-structures and nanomaterials SElf-Assembly

The Conference will focus on research in the field of 1D, 2D and 3D nanomaterials concerning their growth and characterization, and their modeling and applications. The Conference will cover the physics of structures at the nanoscale, from fundamentals to new fabrication techniques and large-scale patterning.

 Export to Your Calendar 02/07/2018 to 06/07/2018
When: 02/07/2018
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Club Vacanciel Carqueiranne
600, Avenue de la Valérane
CARQUEIRANNE, FR -  83320
France
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The Conference will focus on research in the field of 1D, 2D and 3D nanomaterials concerning their growth and characterization, and their
modeling and applications. The Conference will cover the physics of structures at the nanoscale, from fundamentals to new fabrication techniques and large-scale patterning. Moreover, the nanoscale structural, optical, electrical, and magnetic properties of self-assembled systems will be discussed. Finally, new insights on nanostructured based future device applications will be presented.

NANOSEA2018 encompasses fundamental issues in epitaxy and crystal growth, the scaling and shaping of materials to provide original quantum based properties at atomic and molecular dimensions, and ends on possible applications of nanoscale assemblies in advanced devices.
 
The goal of this conference is to bring together the broad, multidisciplinary community of researchers who are interested in the field
of nanomaterials and nanostructures and the opportunities for future high-impact science and technology related to such field. The social events include an excursion to Porquerolles island, which proposes superb beaches (north or the island) with fine sand and a coast which slopes gently down to exceptionally clear sea, and vertical cliffs that rise out of the sea (south of the island), from this steep relief, a series of calanques, rocky points, gorges, headlands and hills can be admired.

The Program will consist of a plenary session with keynote presentations. During the rest of the conference, 3 sessions will be held in parallel with keynote, invited and oral presentations. 2 Poster sessions will be devoted to Flash oral presentations (3min each)
and visit of the posters around friendship drinks (Tuesday and Thursday). 
 
 Submission online, see   https://www.im2np-nanosea.com/abstract-submission.html
        
 

        
 
International Scientific Committee
Caroline Bonafos – CEMES-CNRS, France
My Ali El Khalani - EMT-INRS, Canada
Jerry Floro - University of Virginia
Ana B. Hungria - Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Elyahou Kapon - EPFL, Switzerland
Leonida Miglio - University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Nunzio Motta - University of QUT, Australia
Claudine Noguera - INPS, UPMC - CNRS, Paris, France
Franscesco Priolo - University of Catania, Italy
Henry Radamson -  Sweden
Antoine Ronda – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Sylvie Rousset - University of Paris Diderot, France
Peter Sutter – University of Nebraska Lincoln, USA
Sergio Valeri - University of Modena, Italy
Patrick Vogt - Technische Universtität Chemnitz, Germany
 
Organizers committee
Marco Abbarchi  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Abdennacer Benali  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Thomas Bottein  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Mohammed Bouabdellaoui  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Paola Castrucci  – University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma, Italy
Jean-Benoit Claude   – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Luc Favre  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Yves Klein  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France 
Jérôme Loizillon  – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Manuela Scarselli  – University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma, Italy
 
Chairpersons
Isabelle Berbezier – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France
Maurizio De Crescenzi – University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma, Italy
Simona Boninelli – University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma, Italy
David Grosso – IM2NP, AMU - CNRS, France

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