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NanoS-E3 International Workshop and School
15 – 20 September, 2013


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The 4th NanoS-E3 International Workshop and School will bring together nanotechnology specialists to advance knowledge and research, focusing on sensors, electronics, energy and the environment. The three-day workshop will be preceded by a two-day school for PhD and masters students. The event will take place at the Coral Sea Resort this link goes to an external website, located at Airlie Beach this link goes to an external website in the Whitsundays this link goes to an external website.

The rapidly growing field of nanoscale science is widely recognised as a critical component of the world's future economy. New advances are predicted to transform a wide range of scientific and engineering disciplines.

This initiative, in partnership with the Italian and Australian governments will build on existing nanotechnology networks and foster new collaborations. In 2013, the workshop will also welcome scientists from France, Germany, Japan, Canada and the USA.

Conference Chairs: A/Prof Nunzio Motta, Prof John Bell and Prof Giorgio Sberveglieri

View the 2013 workshop program
View the 2013 school program

 

Key topics

  • Materials
    • Semiconductor nanostructures
    • Metal-oxide nanostructures
    • Carbon/graphene
    • Conducting polymers
    • Organic molecules
  • Applications
    • Quantum computing
    • Nanoelectronic devices
    • Optoelectronics
    • Solar cells
    • Water purification
    • Nanoscale integration
    • Nanofabrication tools and techniques
    • Chemical sensors