The conference targets to present an extensive range of ongoing research in nanotechnology and nanoscience, discuss associated polices such as European Commission and other related programs such as GDR-I, MANA and nanoGUNE.
TNT conferences proved that they are specifically successful in transferring information and creating contacts between workers operating in the nanotechnology and nanoscience field. The TNT2011 will be conducted maintaining the basic aspects of the earlier editions, offering an exclusive occasion for extensive interaction.
Eminent speakers from across the globe, including Stephan Roche of ICN/CIN2 in Spain, Peter Schurtenberger of Lund University in Sweden, Uzi Landman of Georgia Tech in the USA and Masakazu Aono of MANA / NIMS in Japan, will deliver speeches during the conference.
Specific sessions at TNT2011 will include Nanomagnetism: in partnership with CIC nanoGUNE, Soft matter: in partnership with FRIMAT, Risks & Regulations: in partnership with NanoCode project, Graphene & Nanotubes: in partnership with nanoICT project, Nanobiotechnology: in partnership with IBEC-UB and Nanobiotech-bioinspired: in partnership with TRAIN2 project.
TNT2011 is an ideal arena for governmental, academic and industrial organizations to discuss common goals and accelerate the commercialization of nanotechnology innovations.