Because small matter is no small matter

This series of conferences aims to integrate the scientific and sociological aspects of nanoscience and technology with lasting relationships between industry and academe, and between scientists, technologists and legislators in the developed and developing areas of the planet.

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Cairo. 23.5.2010
Nanotech Insight Conference to Provide a Look at the Latest Trends and Discoveries in Nanoscience

Cairo. 16.3.2010
Nile University launches the first Nanotechnology masters degree program in the Middle East & Africa Read more...

Cairo. 27.2.2010
AUC Launches PhD Program which will offer PhD degrees in applied sciences with specializations in nanotechnology, biotechnology and computer science Read more...

Cairo. 17.12.2009
Nano Tech Insight 2011 conference Website is launched

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Due to the ongoing situation in Egypt, we are sorry to inform you that the conference will not take place in Cairo; and not in the schedule date.
Further information regarding scheduling the conference will be posted as soon as possible.

 
 

The Nanotech Insight conference is a novel meeting on the scientific, technological and social aspects of nanometre scale systems. After the last successful meeting in Barcelona - Spain (2009) Nanotech Insight is now moving back to Cairo - Egypt.

This series of conferences aims to integrate the scientific and sociological aspects of nanoscience and technology with lasting relationships between industry and academe, and between scientists, technologists and legislators in the developed and developing areas of the planet.

Please join us as we meet to discuss the latest trends and discoveries in nanoscience with a mixture of plenary and keynote lectures from some of the world's leading players in the field, as well as space for oral communications and poster sessions. We present you with a forum for both scientific discussions and networking to forge lasting global partnerships.

We hope very much you can join us, and look forward to greeting you in Egypt in 2011

From the Nanotech Insight Team

Plenary Speakers

Mohamed Abdel-Mottaleb (Nile University, Egypt) Flemming Besenbacher (Aarhus University, Denmark) Harald Fuchs (University of Münster - Germany)
Mostafa Ghanem (Nile University, Egypt) Luis M. Liz-Marzan (Universidade de Vigo, Spain) - Tentative speaker Klaus Müllen (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany)
Francesco Stellacci (EPFL - Switzerland) J Fraser Stoddart (Northwestern University, USA)

Keynote Speakers

David Amabilino (ICMAB, Spain) Ryan Chiechi
(University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
J. Michael Davis (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA)
Steven De Feyter
(Catholic University of Leuven - Belgium )
Marcin Fialkowski
( Polish Academy of Sciences -Poland)
Giuseppe Gigli
( University of Salento -Italy)
Westin Gunnar
(Uppsala University, Sweden)
Marcus Halik (Erlangen-Nürnberg University, Germany) El-Hang Lee
(INHA University, South Korea)
Guglielmo Lanzani (Politecnico of Milan and IIT, Italy) Samuel Mao
(UC Berkeley and Berkeley National Lab, USA)
Sanjay Mathur
(University of Cologne, Germany)
Wolfgang Parak (Marburg University, Germany) Maria Anita Rampi
(Uni. di Ferrara, Italy)
Francois Rossi
(Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, Italy)
Sherif Sedky (American University, Cairo) Joachim P. Spatz
(Max Planck Institute for Metals Research - Germany)
Xiao Wei Sun
(Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Rajender S. Varma
(U. S. Environmental Protection Agency - USA)
Lionel Vayssieres
(National Institute for Materials Science, Japan)
Paul Ziemann
(University of ULM, Germany)
           

Contributed Talks

Asmiet Ramizy Abd-Alghafour (Malaysia) Osman Adiguzel (Turkey) Mona Baker (Egypt)
Rodríguez-González Benito (Spain) Susana Carregal-Romero (Germany) Clara Bertolini Cestari (Italy)
Loretta Del Mercato (Italy) Franz Dickert (Austria) Mohamed I. Y. El-Rafie (Egypt)
Nuno Faria (UK) Francesco Ferrara (Italy) Pilar Rivera Gil (Germany)
Victor Gromov (Russia) Sverrir G. Gunnarsson (Denmark) Thomas Härtling (Germany)
A. Hassanien (Japan) Sophia C. Hayes (Cyprus) Eva Hemmer (Japan)
Asaad shakir Hussein (Malaysia) Joonkyung Jang (Korea) Dongseob Kim (korea)
Sangmin Lee (Korea) Wael Mamdouh
(Aarhus University, Denmark. And the American University, Cairo.)
Jan Michael (Germany)
Thanos Mitrelias (UK) Matyas Molnar (Sweden) Sungho Park (Korea)
Jonathan Powell (UK) Shilpanjali Sarma (India) S.K. Shakshooki (Libya)
Hossam A. Shawky (Center of Nano Technology-School of Engineering & Applied Sciences-Nile University, Egypt.) Srečo Davor Škapin (Slovenia) K. W. Sun (Taiwan)
Tiziana Svaldo-Lanero (Belgium) Heidi Thomas (Germany) Ludovic Tortech
(CEA-Saclay, Organic Nanostructures & Semiconductors Group, IRAMIS,SPCSI, France.)
Polona Umek (Slovenia) Eman S. Zarie (Germany)

Previous Speakers


  • Chris Abell - UK
  • Michel Aegerter - Germany
  • Thomas Basché - Germany
  • Wolfgang Baumeister - Germany
  • Thomas Bjørnholm - Denmark
  • Christian Von Borczyskowski -Germany
  • Christoph Bräuchle - Germany
  • Roland Clift - UK
  • lberto Credi - Italy
  • Adem Demirel -Turkey
  • Ruth Duncan - UK
  • Yuris Dzenis - USA
  • Harald Fuchs - Germany
  • Eric Garfunkel -USA
  • Hermann E. Gaub -Germany
  • Paul Hansma - USA
  • Wilhelm Huck - UK
  • Roeland J. M. Nolte -The Netherlands
  • C.N.R. Rao Jawaharlal h - India
  • Kazuhiko Kinosita - Japan
  • Teruo Kishi - Japan
  • Roberto Lazzaroni -Belgium
  • Max Lu - Australia
  • Hans Lüth - Germany
  • Hari Manoharan - USA
  • Aguar Pilar Maria
  • Luis Liz Marzan - Spain
  • Alfred Meixner - Germany
  • Klaus Müllen - Germany
  • Matthew Nordan - USA
  • Beng Ong - Canada
  • Michel Orrit - The Netherlands
  • Maria Rampi -Italy
  • Rasmita Raval - UK
  • Alan Rowan - The Netherlands
  • J Fraser Stoddart - USA
  • Xiaoliang Sunney - USA
  • Antoine Van Oijen - USA
  • George Whitesides - USA
  • Paul Ziemann - Germany