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Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies

President of International Commission : Valeri Kharkin, Russia

Vice Presidents:

Chunli Bai,  Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Osama O. Awadelkarim,  Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, PennState University, USA

Sergey Kapitsa, Russia


Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies

M. V. Kovalchuk, Russia


1. History of Nanoscience

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History of Nanotechnology

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2. Physics and Chemistry of Nanostructures: Why Nano Is Different

E. Roduner, Germany


3. Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecular Architectures to Functional Assemblies

Zhang Xi, Tsinghua University,


4. Nanoscale Material Systems

Li Yadong, Tsinghua University,


5. Nanothermodynamics

Gholam Reza Vakili-Nezhaad, University of Kasan, Iran


6. Mechanochemistry

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7. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)

Feng Songlin, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Infomation Technology (SIMIT), Chinese Academy of Sciences,


8. Nanoelectromechanical Systems (NEMS)

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9. Nanoclusters

I. P. Suzdalev, Russia


10. Nano- and microsystem engineering

V. D. Shashurin, Russia


11. Solar Energy Conversion at Nanostructured Interfaces

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12. Carbon Nanotube-Based Membranes And Water Desalination System

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13. Nanomachining

Mark J. Jackson, Purdue University,MET, College of Technology, USA


14. Nanostructures

Raul J. Martin-Palma, Departmento de Fisica Aplicada,Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Akhlesh Lakhtakia, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics,The Pennsylvania State University, USA


15. Carbon Nanotubes

S. Iijima, Japan


16. Transport in Nanostructures

M. Tsukada, Japan


17. Nanoelectronics

A. L. Aseev, Russia


18. Molecular and Nano electronics/Molecular Electronics

Daoben Zhu, Institute of Chemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


19. Nanomagnetism

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20. Bionanotechnology

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21. Computational Nanotechnology

M. Tsukada, Japan


22. Nanoprobes and Spectroscopy (MFM, AFM, EFM, TEM)

Wang Chen, The NAtional Center for Nanoscience and Technology(NCNST),
Qiu Xiaohui, The NAtional Center for Nanoscience and Technology(NCNST),



23. Micro and Nanofluidics

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24. Nanomechanics

E. Gnecco, Switzerland


25. Nanosensors

Ignac Capek, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Polymer Institute, Slovakia


26. Societal implications (Risks from nanoparticles, Environmental issues , ethical issues, etc.)

J. Hunt, The Royal Society, UK


27. Nanosystems

Rinaldo Psaro, CNR Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie Molecolari(ISTM), Italy
Matteo Guidotti, Instituto di Scienze e Technologie Molecolari, ISTM-CNR, Chimica Inorganica e Metallorganica, Italy
Maila Sgobba, Centro CIMAINA and Dip. Chimica Inorganica, Metallorganica e Analitica, Italy



28. Quantum Phenomena in Low-Diamensional Systems

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29. Materials of the Future

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30. Nanomedicine and Medical Nanorobotics

Robert A. Freitas, Institute for Molecular Manufacturing, USA


31. Synthesis of Nanophases

Carlo Cavallotti, Dipartimento di Chimica Fisica Applicata, Politecnico di Milano, Italy


32. Nanosuspensions in Cooling and Medicine

Sajal K. Das, Department of Computer Sciences, University of North Texas, USA


33. Detonation Nanodiamonds

A. Ya. Vul, Russia


34. Cosmic Bionanotechnology

N. A. Stepanishchev, Russia


35. Nanotoxicology

Yuliang Zhao Ihep, CAS Key Lab for Biomedical Effects of Nanomaterials and Nano Safety,


36. Nanophotonics

Michael V. Alfimov, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Russia


37. State Policy of the Russian Federation in the Sphere of Development of Nanotechnologies

A. V. Martynenko, Russia


38. Sculptured Thin Films

J. B Geddes III, USA

Akhlesh Lakhtakia, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics,The Pennsylvania State University, USA


39. Nanocomposite Materials

N. A. Stepanishchev, Russia


40. Nanotribology

E. Gnecco, Switzerland

 

Last Update April 2,  2009.




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