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2nd International Conference on Nanostructured Materials & Nanochemistry, will be organized around the theme “New Advancements and Innovations in Nanostructured Materials & Nanochemistry”
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- Track 1-1Nanochemistry in Medicine
- Track 1-2Nanochemistry in Electronics
- Track 1-3Nanochemistry in Food
- Track 1-4Nanochemistry in Fuel Cells
- Track 1-5Nanochemistry in Solar Cells
- Track 1-6Nanochemistry in Batteries
- Track 1-7Nanochemistry in Chemical sensors
A standout amongst the most encouraging nanotechnology fields is Nanopharmaceuticals. Since nanomaterials might enter the body through dermal presentation, inward breath, ingestion, or visual contact, they loan themselves to inventive medication conveyance frameworks. Pharmaceutical examination, toxicology thinks about, definition, and assembling of pharmaceutical items require material portrayal to guarantee reliable medication security and viability Nanoscale pharmaceutical procedures in medication revelation and advancement outline and improvement of Nano formulations and nanoscale drug conveyance frameworks, administrative viewpoints and approaches identified with nanopharmaceuticals.
- Track 2-1Nanopharmaceuticals as New Drug Delivery Systems
- Track 2-2Recombinant Nano Particles
Nanochemistry or Nanotechnology is related with the manufacture and the responses of nanoparticles, nanostructures and their mixtures. It is concerned with the distinctive properties connected with assemblies of atoms or molecules on a scale among that of the single building blocks and the bulk material (from 1 to 1000 nm). At this level, quantum properties can be significant, and also new ways of carrying out chemical reactions convert possible. This science use procedures from the synthetic chemistry and the resources chemistry to obtain nanomaterials with specific dimensions, shapes, surface belongings, defects, self-assembly properties, designed to accomplish specific functions and uses. Nanomaterials can be created from virtually any material, such as metals, semiconductors and polymers, both in their amorphous and crystalline forms. Nanochemical approaches can be used to generate carbon nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes (CNT), Graphene and fullerenes which have gained courtesy in recent years due to their extraordinary mechanical and electrical possessions.
- Track 3-1Chemical Sensors
- Track 3-2Organic chemistry
- Track 3-3Polymer chemistry
- Track 3-4Inorganic chemistry
- Track 3-5Forensic chemistry
Many revisions have demonstrated developments in permeability reduction to gases, moisture and organic vapors resulting from the accumulation of low concentrations of layered some nanoparticles to numerous thermoplastic matrices. This is mostly due to their nanometer scale element size and intraparticle spaces. The desired properties are typically reached at low filler volume portion, allowing the nanocomposites to retain macroscopic dispersion and low thickness of the polymer. The geometrical outline of the particle plays an important role in determining the properties of the complexes. The improved nanocomposite barrier performance illustrated by many samples has been explained by the tortuous track model, in which the existence of impermeable some platelets produces an overlapped construction that hinders penetrate diffusion and thus reduces the permeability of the material.
- Track 4-1Morphological and structural properties
- Track 4-2Wet technologies for the formation of organic nanostructures
- Track 4-3Polymers
- Track 4-4Nanocomposites
- Track 4-5Polypyrrole
Nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS) are a class of devices assimilating electrical and mechanical functionality on the nanoscale. NEMS form the rational following miniaturization step from so called microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS devices. NEMS usually incorporate transistor-like nanoelectronics with mechanical actuators, pumps, or motors, and may thus form physical, biological, and chemical sensors. The title derives from typical device dimensions in the nanometer range, leading to low mass, high mechanical reverberation regularities, potentially great quantum mechanical possessions such as zero point motion, and a great surface-to-volume relation useful for surface-based sensing mechanisms. Uses embrace accelerometers, or detectors of chemical substances in the in-flight.
- Track 5-1Carbon allotropes
- Track 5-2Metallic carbon nanotubes
- Track 5-3Nanoelectromechanical relay
- Track 5-4Nanoelectromechanical systems mass spectrometer
- Track 5-5Fabrication Methods
- Track 5-6Nanomanipulation
Nanoclusters and Nanocrystals afford attention on various aspects of nanoclusters and Nanocrystals. Recent synthetic strategies to construct metallic or semiconducting nanoscale clusters and crystals, nanocrystalline films, control of bulk and form of clusters and crystals, progress mechanism, spectroscopic categorization, amorphous and crystalline structures, physical properties and potential engineering applications in transducers and photocatalysis.
- Track 6-1Nanocrystalline Materials for Hydrogen Storage
- Track 6-2Nanocrystalline Metallic Materials
- Track 6-3Nanocrystalline Aluminium Alloys
- Track 6-4Mechanically Synthesized Nanocrystals: Structure and Properties
- Track 6-5Nanoclusters as Transducers for Molecular Structure and Recognitive Binding
- Track 6-6Photocatalysis on Zeolites and Ordered Mesoporous Materials
- Track 6-7Segregation in Nanostructures
Nanomembranes are regularly produced using natural polymer based nanocomposites with a thickness under 100nm. Such nanomembranes incorporate natural polymers joined with a work of silica nanoparticles. The measure of the openings in the work limits or permits the section of various estimated atoms. Nanomembranes are generally created utilizing Layer-by-Layer (LbL) get together techniques. This technique give exact control over the in plane structure of the film and takes into account the option of a scope of segments to be added to the layer. These parts incorporate nanoparticles and nanotubes that can tailor the mechanical, optical and electronic properties of the nanomembrane.
- Track 7-1Carbon nanomembrane
- Track 7-2Biological membrane
- Track 7-3Synthetic membranes
- Track 7-4Nanofiltration
- Track 7-5Microfiltration
Nanostructured Materials (NsM) are materials with a microstructure and the characteristic length scale of which is on the order of 1 to 100 nm. NsM synthesized by supramolecular chemistry are examples of NsM in thermodynamic equilibrium. Two key factors cause the properties of nanomaterials to be special: their quantum effects and their structure. Their tiny structure means they have a greater relative surface area than other materials and this can alter or improve properties such as strength and electrical characteristics or reactivity. The properties of NsM deviate from those of single crystals (or coarse-grained polycrystals) and/or glasses with the same average chemical composition. This deviation results from the reduced size and/or dimensionality of the nanometer-sized crystallites as well as from the numerous interfaces between adjacent crystallites. The explosion in both academic and industrial interest in these materials over the past decade arises from the remarkable variations in fundamental electrical, optical and magnetic properties that occur as one progresses from an `infinitely extended' solid to a particle of material consisting of a countable number of atoms.
- Track 8-1Nanoparticles
- Track 8-2Nanowires
- Track 8-3Nanotubes
- Track 8-4Nanorods
- Track 8-5Nanoporous materials
- Track 8-6Other structures
Nanophotonic materials have emerged as an important class of subwavelength optical components that interact with light in unique ways on the nanometer length-scale. They were being studied more nowadays because of their great potential in information processing and communication, which may allow rates and bandwidth beyond what is feasible in the realm of electronics. Organic materials could be well suitable for such applications due to their ability to generate, transmit, modulate and detect light in their lightweight and flexible nanoarchitectures. Their distinct nanophotonic properties strongly depend on their extrinsic morphologies and intrinsic molecular excited-state processes whereas the key contributory factors include quantum confinement of electrical carriers within nanoparticles, efficient energy and charge transfer over nanoscale distances, and in many systems a highly enhanced role of interfaces.
- Track 9-1Nanophotonics
- Track 9-2Nanostructures
- Track 9-3Photonics
- Track 9-4Control systems
- Track 9-5Fabrication
- Track 9-6Light sources and illumination
- Track 9-7Nanolithography
- Track 9-8Nanotechnology
Nanobiotechnology is a discipline in which tools from nanotechnology are developed and applied to study biological phenomena. It’s being a multidisciplinary field that currently recruits approach, technology and facility available in conventional as well as advanced avenues of engineering, physics, chemistry and biology. For example, nanoparticles can serve as probes, sensors or vehicles for biomolecule delivery in cellular systems. The most important objectives that are frequently found in nanobiology involve applying nanotools to relevant medical/biological problems and refining these applications. Developing new tools, such as peptide nanosheets, for medical and biological purposes is another primary objective in nanotechnology. New nanotools are often made by refining the applications of the nanotools that are already being used. The imaging of native biomolecules, biological membranes, and tissues is also a major topic for the nanobiology researchers.
- Track 10-1Bioluminescent magnetic nanoparticles
- Track 10-2Surface modified polystyrene nanoparticles
- Track 10-3Nano systems
- Track 10-4Target specific drug delivery
- Track 10-5Disease diagnosis
- Track 10-6Nano ink
Nanocomposites are composites in which at least one of the phases shows dimensions in the nanometre range (1 nm = 10-9 m)1. Nanocomposites are high performance material exhibit unusual property combinations and unique design possibilities. The properties of nano-composite materials depend not only on the properties of their individual parents but also on their morphology and interfacial characteristics. With an estimated annual growth rate of about 25% and fastest demand to be in engineering plastics and elastomers, their potential is so striking that they are useful in several areas ranging from packaging to biomedical applications. Nanocomposite materials have emerged as suitable alternatives to overcome limitations of microcomposites and monolithics, while posing preparation challenges related to the control of elemental composition and stoichiometry in the nanocluster phase. The possibilities of producing materials with tailored physical & electronic properties at low cost could result in interesting applications ranging from drug delivery to corrosion prevention to electronic/automotive parts to industrial equipment and several others. They are reported to be the materials of 21st century in the view of possessing design uniqueness and property combinations that are not found in conventional composites.
- Track 11-1Superparamagnetism
- Track 11-2Composite Materials
- Track 11-3Ceramic Matrix Nanocomposites
- Track 11-4Metal Matrix Nanocomposites
- Track 11-5Polymer Matrix Nanocomposites
Nano-technological applications such as nano electronic devices and sensors offer tremendous opportunity and challenges for researchers. With unique optical, magnetic, electrical and mechanical properties - all occurring at the nanoscale - these materials have properties that can vary with length scale, changing continuously or instantly. Nanodevices are critical enablers that will allow mankind to exploit the ultimate technological capabilities of electronic, magnetic, mechanical, and biological systems. While the best examples of nanodevices at present are clearly associated with the semiconductor industry, the potential for such devices is much broader. Nanomaterials-based sensors have several benefits in sensitivity and specificity over sensors made from traditional materials. Nanosensors can have increased specificity because they operate at a similar scale as natural biological processes, allowing functionalization with chemical and biological molecules, with recognition events that cause detectable physical changes. Nanosensors can also potentially be integrated with nanoelectronics to add native processing capability to the nanosensor.
- Track 12-1Nanomaterials Electronics
- Track 12-2Molecular Electronics
- Track 12-3Nanotubes
- Track 12-4Nanophotonics
- Track 12-5Nanowires
- Track 12-6Nanofabrication
Novel properties and behaviors have been found to emerge as the size of the material is reduced from the bulk to the nanometer or sub-nanometer regime. These include atomic clusters containing ten to several thousand atoms, nanoscale materials, mono-layers and multi-layers clusters deposited on surfaces and the nanocrystal superlattice. Further, the properties evolve with size, dimension and composition. These developments have provided hope that novel materials with entirely new properties could be synthesized. This new era of nano-technology is expected to revolutionize the science and technology in the 21st century.
- Track 13-1Photonic crystals
- Track 13-2Quantum wells
- Track 13-3Quantum dots
- Track 13-4Nanofabrication
- Track 13-5Scanning electron microscopy
Nanotechnology uses the principles of science and engineering to design and manufacture products from atoms, molecules and nanoparticles. Some nanotechnology innovations have been revolutionary, others were incremental. Discoveries in nanotechnology have continued to increase as technologies have advanced and commercialization strategies have become better implemented. The emerging and potential commercial applications of nanotechnologies clearly have great potential to significantly advance and even potentially revolutionize various aspects of medical practice and medical product development. Commercial products include sunscreen composed of titanium dioxide nanoparticles, nanodevices for drug delivery and surgical tools, early disease diagnosis, nanocoatings in sunglasses, nanocomposites in cars, quantum dots for medical imaging and carbon nanotubes for field emissive displays. Nanotechnology is already touching upon many aspects of medicine, including drug delivery, diagnostic imaging, clinical diagnostics, nanomedicines, and the use of nanomaterials in medical devices. This technology is already having an impact; many products are on the market and a growing number is in the pipeline. Momentum is steadily building for the successful development of additional nanotech products for day to day life.
- Track 14-1Nanomechanics
- Track 14-2Catalysis by Gold Nanoparticles
- Track 14-3Nanobots
- Track 14-4Photonic crystals and Plasmon waveguides
- Track 14-5Carbon Nanotube Emitters
- Track 14-6Biological Applications of Nanoparticles
- Track 14-7Molecular electronics and Nanoelectronics
- Track 14-8Aerospace and Vehicle Manufacturers
- Track 14-9Military and Defence
Nanotoxicology represents a new and growing research area in toxicology. It deals with the assessment of the toxicological properties of nanoparticles (NPs) with the intention of determining whether (and to what extent) they pose an environmental or societal threat. Inherent properties of NPs (including size, shape, surface area, surface charge, crystal structure, coating, and solubility/dissolution) as well as environmental factors (such as temperature, pH, ionic strength, salinity, and organic matter) collectively influence NP behavior, fate and transport, and ultimately toxicity. The multidisciplinary field of nanotoxicology focuses on determining the extent to which nanomaterials (materials with at least one dimension <100 nm) pose a hazard to human health and the environment. The small size, large surface area-to-volume ratio, and quantum size effects of nanoscale materials may lead to biological effects. While nanotechnology and the production of nanoparticles are growing exponentially, research into the toxicological impact and possible hazard of nanoparticles to human health and the environment is still in its infancy.
- Track 15-1Toxicity of Nanomaterials
- Track 15-2Complications with Nanotoxicity Studies
- Track 15-3Tolerogenic Nanoparticles
- Track 15-4Medical Toxicology
- Track 15-5Occupational Toxicology
- Track 15-6Immunotoxicity
- Track 15-7Cytotoxicity
- Track 15-8Ecotoxicology
- Track 15-9Genotoxicity
- Track 15-10Regulation and Risk Management
Nanometrology involves the measurement of geometrical features of size, shape and roughness at the nanoscale. A nanometrology infrastructure is also a prerequisite for documentary standards and regulations involving nanotechnology, which to be effective must be written in terms of measurable quantities and levels, tolerances and uncertainties, incorporating reliable measurement instruments and techniques. The aim is to advance the boundaries of knowledge in instrumentation and metrology and to bring state-of-the-art tools and techniques to bear in the development of standards for the nanotechnology community. Some of the most common techniques used in nanometrology are atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction. Nanometrology has a crucial role in order to produce nanomaterials and devices with a high degree of accuracy and reliability in nanomanufacturing. Nanometrology has a crucial role in order to produce nanomaterials and devices with a high degree of accuracy and reliability in nanomanufacturing.
- Track 16-1Manufacturing
- Track 16-2Nanotechnology
- Track 16-3Surface finishing
- Track 16-4Calibration
- Track 16-5Geometrical optics
Nanomagnetism, the scientific field dedicated to the study of nanoscale magnetic objects, has undergone an explosion of activity over the last few decades, driven by fascinating discoveries such as the interaction of magnetization with spin currents and a wide range of real-world applications. It aims to deal with the magnetic properties of materials that have at least one dimension in the size range from 1 nm to 100 nm. A nanomagnetic material exhibits magnetic behaviors that are distinct from those of the bulk form of the same substance because (i) the material’s dimensions are comparable to the critical lengths of one or more of various physical phenomena, such as the size of the magnetic domains (ii) the translation symmetry is broken, giving rise to specific sites with reduced coordination numbers, broken exchange bonds, and frustration (iii) the material is in close contact with an exterior system such as the substrate or capping layer in the thin film magnets (iv) the spin wave spectrum is changed because the spin wave energy is comparable to the thermal energy. Nanomagnetism includes the study of properties and applications of the magnetism of isolated nanoparticles, nanodots, nanowires, thin films and multilayers, and also macroscopic samples that contain nanoscopic particles.
- Track 17-1Magnetism
- Track 17-2Nanoparticles
- Track 17-3Iron
- Track 17-4Oxides
- Track 17-5Spectroscopy
- Track 17-6Ions
- Track 17-7Microfluidics
- Track 17-8Chemical analysis
Biomedical is the use of designing standards and plan ideas to medication and science for human services purposes (e.g. demonstrative or restorative). This field looks to close the hole amongst building and medication, consolidating the outline and critical thinking aptitudes of designing with medicinal organic sciences to propel social insurance treatment, including determination, checking, and treatment.
Bioelectronics was characterized as 'the utilization of organic materials and natural models for data handling frameworks and new gadgets'. Bioelectronics, particularly bio-sub-atomic gadgets, were portrayed as 'the innovative work of bio-enlivened (i.e. self-get together) inorganic and natural materials and of bio-enlivened (i.e. enormous parallelism) equipment designs for the usage of new data preparing frameworks, sensors and actuators, and for sub-atomic assembling down to the nuclear scale.
- Track 18-1Bioelectrochemical reactor
- Track 18-2Bioelectrochemistry
- Track 18-3Bioinformatics
- Track 18-4Biomechanics
- Track 18-5Biomaterial
- Track 18-6Electrochemical engineering