Programme

The third NANOAPP conference 2017 Programme is available here.

Topics NATO/NANOAPP 2017:
– Hybrid Nanomaterials
– Magnetic Nanomaterials
– Nanomaterials & Energy
– Nanomaterials & Environment
– Nanomaterials & Human Health
– Nanomaterials in Sensors
– Nanomaterials in Textiles

The second NANOAPP conference was successfully executed in Hotel Habakuk in Maribor, Slovenia from 23. – 26. Of June, 2015.There were 145 participants from 24 different countries. You can view the Conference Programme here—-> CLICK

First “NANOAPP” was successfully executed in Portorož, Slovenia in 2013. There were 123 participants from 10 different countries. You can view the whole archive here.

“NANOAPP” is the most renowned scientific gathering of distinguished scientists in the field of Nanomaterials. »NANOAPP« conference offers scientists, world-wide, a forum to present state-of-the-art research and advanced discoveries in the field of Nanomaterials. NANOAPP is a vehicle of exchange of ideas, techniques, experiments and applications in the exciting and rapidly developing field of Nanomaterials, Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies. Such a conference offers to a new type of scientists and engineers a platform to present novel ideas and future directions for the Nano Community, at large.  NANOAPP, an assembly of an exceptional gathering of the past, present and future NanoScientists, advocates a unified approach in the assessment and management of potential human health, energy-related and environmental risks that may be associated with the use of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies. Energy, the environment and human health have emerged as strategic priorities not only in research but in all aspects of our lives. Hybrid materials have already demonstrated good promise in addressing and offering solutions in each of these priority areas.

 

Topics NATO/NANOAPP 2017:

Hybrid Nanomaterials

Magnetic Nanomaterials

Nanomaterials & Energy

Nanomaterials & Environment

Nanomaterials & Human Health

Nanomaterials in Sensors

Nanomaterials in Textiles