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5th Annual Meet on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Explore Innovations era in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology”
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Nanoscience is the branch of study of structures and materials on the scale of nanometres. To give you an opinion of how long a nanometer is, this printed page is about 75,000 nanometers thick. When structures are built small abundant in the nanometer size range they can take on fascinating and useful properties. The Scientists and engineers from several regulation including chemistry, physics, materials science and biology use nanoscience principles for leading progressive appliance in utilization of information storage, energy, technology, medicine, computing and elsewhere. Nanoscience has been previously influencing our lives with innovations like stain-resistant fabrics inspired by nanoscale characteristics that which is found on computer hard drives and lotus plants, which store information on magnetic strips that are just 20 nanometers thick. Although development in any research field are difficult to predict, the long run of nanoscience will likely involve scaling hope on from atomic assembly and individual nanodevices to macroscopic systems and the structures which evolving properties and multiple functions.
- Track 1-1Nano magnetics
- Track 1-2Nanodevices
- Track 1-3Nanofabrication
- Track 1-4Nanospinitronics
- Track 1-5Biogenic Nanoparticles
- Track 1-6Nonlinear optical microscopy
Nanotechnology is that the direction of matter on an atomic, supramolecular scale and molecular scale. The earliest, boundless characterization of nanotechnology mention to the precise technological goal of absolutely handling atoms and molecules for fabrication of macroscale products, also now attribute to as molecular nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is that the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This covers both current work and ideas that are more advanced. A more generalized explanation of nanotechnology was subsequently well-established by the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which determine nanotechnology is handling of matter with a minimum of one dimension sized from 1 to 100 Nanometers. This description reflects the very fact that quantum mechanical effects are most important at this quantum-realm scale, then the outline shifted from a specific technological goal to a search category inclusive of all kinds of research and the different technologies as well that affect the special properties of matter which occur below the given size threshold. In its original sense nanotechnology represent to the projected ability to construct items from rock bottom up by using different types of techniques and tools being implemented today to form complete and to high performance products.
- Track 2-1Green nanotechnology
- Track 2-2Quantum field model for graphene magnetism
- Track 2-3Nanotubes
- Track 2-4Nanostructured metals: manufacturing and modellin
- Track 2-5Applications of nano materials and devices
Nano medicine is the most important medical application of nanotechnology. Nanomedicine radius from the medical implementations of Nano material and Biological devices and even practicable future implementations of molecular Nanotechnology such as Biological appliance. Current problems for Nano medicine involve understanding the issues connected to toxicity and environmental impact of Nano scale materials. Functionalities can be included to Nano materials by interfacing them with biological molecules or structures. The measurements of Nanomaterial is close to that of almost all biological molecules and structures therefore, Nano materials can be utilize for both in vivo and in vitro biomedical research and in applications. Thus far, to the combination of Nanomaterial with biologically has led to the diagnostic gadgets, contrast representatives, analytical instruments, physical therapy implementations, and drug delivery vehicles. Nano medicine request to deliver a valuable set of research instruments and clinically useful gadgets in the near future.
- Track 3-1Nanoparticles in medicine
- Track 3-2Nanoimaging
- Track 3-3Clinical developments in antimicrobial nano medicine
- Track 3-4Regenerative nanoedicine
- Track 3-5Personalized nanomedicine
- Track 3-6Nanomedicine in theranostics
Materials science is a syncretic discipline hybridizing ceramics, metallurgy, chemistry and solid-state physics. It is the primary example of a replacement academic discipline emerging by fusion instead of fission. Thus, breakthroughs in materials science are likely to affect the longer term of technology significantly. Many of the foremost pressing scientific problems humans currently face are thanks to the bounds of obtainable materials and the way they're used Materials scientists emphasize understanding how the history of a material influences its structure, and thus the material's properties and performance. The understanding of processing-structure-properties relationships is called the materials paradigm. This paradigm is used to advance understanding in a variety of research areas, including nanotechnology metallurgy and biomaterials. Materials science is additionally a crucial a part of forensic engineering and failure analysis – investigating materials, products, structures or components which fail or don't function as intended, causing personal injury or damage to property. Such investigations are key to understanding, for example, the causes of various aviation incidents and accidents.
- Track 4-1Metal-based nano particles
- Track 4-2Metallurgy and materials science
- Track 4-3Materials for energy applications
- Track 4-4Fundamentals of material science
- Track 4-5Polymeric materials
- Track 4-6Bionanomaterials and nanophase materials
- Track 4-7Meta-materials and catalytic materials
- Track 4-8Magnetorheological fluid
- Track 4-9Global materials science market
Nanoparticle drug delivery systems are engineered technologies that use nanoparticles for the targeted delivery and controlled release of therapeutic agents. Recently, nanoparticles have aroused attention due to their potential application for effective drug delivery. Despite the many advantages of nanoparticles, there are also many challenges, including but not exclusively like biodistribution, Nanotoxicity and accumulation, and the clearance of nanoparticles by human body. Now a days Nanotechnology is used to cure the diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disease. Nanomaterials exhibit different physical and chemical properties or biological effects compared to larger-scale counterparts that can be beneficial for drug delivery systems. Some important advantages of nanoparticles is their high surface-area-to-volume ratio, geometric tunability, and chemical and their ability to interact with biomolecules to facilitate uptake across the cell membrane. The large surface area also has a large affinity for drugs and small molecules, like ligands or antibodies, for targeting and controlled release purposes. Nanoparticles refer to a large family of materials both inorganic and organic. Each material has uniquely tunable properties and thus can be selectively designed for specific applications. The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering has issued the following prospects for future research in nanoparticle drug delivery systems like crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB) in brain diseases and disorders, enhancing targeted intracellular delivery to ensure the treatments reach the correct structures inside cells, combining diagnosis and treatment. The modern form of a drug delivery system should minimize side-effects and reduce both dosage and dosage frequency.
- Track 5-1Medical nanotechnology in cancer therapy
- Track 5-2Nanotechnology in cardiovascular medicine
- Track 5-3Nanopharmaceuticals
- Track 5-4Nano-anti-viral drugs
- Track 5-5Gene therapy
- Track 5-6Targeted therapy
- Track 5-7Classes of nanostructured biomaterials
Nano sensors are nanotechnology-enabled sensors characterized by one of the following attributes either the size of the sensor or its sensitivity is in the Nano scale, or the spatial interaction distance between the sensor and the object is in Nanometres. Very large surface areas are offered by several Nano materials. Nano porous carbon can provide surface areas up to 2000 sqm/g.
Nano devices that which are critical enablers that they will allow mankind to exploit the ultimate technological capabilities of Electronic, Magnetic, Mechanical systems, and Biological systems. While the best examples of Nano devices at present are clearly associated with the Semiconductor industry, the potential for such devices is much broader.
- Track 6-1Nanoelectronics
- Track 6-2Nanowires
- Track 6-3Nanotubes
- Track 6-4Spectroscopy
- Track 6-5Plasmonic nanosensors
Quantum nanoscience is that the basic research area at the intersection of nanoscale science and quantum science that makes the understanding that permits development of nanotechnologies. With the growing work toward realization of quantum computing, quantum has taken on new meaning that describes the consequences at this scale. Quantum nanoscience explores and utilizes coherent quantum effects in engineered nanostructures. This property is vital when one intends to use the system for specific tasks, like performing a sequence of logic operations during a quantum computer. Quantum coherence is fragile and may easily be lost if the system becomes overlarge or is subjected to uncontrolled interactions with the environment. Quantum coherence-enabled functionality holds the promise of creating possible disruptive technologies like quantum computing, quantum communication, quantum simulation, and quantum sensing. This may eventually cause the planning of latest sorts of nanodevices and nanoscopic scale materials, where functionality and structure of quantum nanodevices are described through quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement. Current quantum refers to the quantum mechanical phenomena of superposition, entanglement and quantum coherence that are engineered rather than naturally-occurring phenomena. It uses quantum physics to explore and utilize coherent quantum effects in engineered nanostructures. Coherence is that the property of a quantum system that permits to predict its evolution in time, once it's been prepared during a superposition of various quantum states.
- Track 7-1Nanofabrication
- Track 7-2Nanolithography
- Track 7-3Nanometrology
- Track 7-4Nanofluidics
- Track 7-5Nanosysthesis
- Track 7-6Fundamental quantum effects
- Track 7-7Nanophysics applications
Nanotechnology has different types of applications like Industrial applications, energy applications, Green nanotechnology, Potential applications of carbon nanotubes etc., Nanotechnology is also being appeal or to develop the application to a variation of industrial and purification processes. Purification and environmental clean-up applications append the desalination of water, water filtration, wastewater treatment, groundwater treatment, and other Nano remediation. In industry, applications may append construction materials, military goods, and Nano-machining of Nano-wires, Nano-rods, few layers of graphene etc. Also, recently a new area arisen from the source of Nanotechnology is called as Nano biotechnology.
- Track 8-1Energy applications of nanotechnology
- Track 8-2Industrial applications of nanotechnology
- Track 8-3Potential applications of carbon nanotubes
- Track 8-4Nanomaterials manufacturing technologies
- Track 8-5Mechanical applications in nanotechnology
Nano cellulose is found renewable material has a combination of high surface area with high material strength. It is chemically immobile and possesses versatile hydrophilic surface chemistry. These belongings make them a most promising nanomaterial for consumption as a membrane and filter in water purification machines to eliminate bacterial and chemical contaminants from polluted water. It is noted that Nano cellulose material has high potential in water purification machinery. A different type of Nano cellulose materials available for water purification system includes Cellulose Nano crystals (CNC) and Cellulose Nano fibrils (CNF).
- Track 9-1Nanotechnology in water treatment
- Track 9-2Nanotechnology in warfare
- Track 9-3Nanomaterial’s in building and construction
Nano robotics is become an evident technology areas producing gadgets or robots whose elements are at or close to the platter of a nanometre. More specifically, Nano robotics mention to the nanotechnology engineering regulation of conniving and construction Nano robots, with devices fluctuate in size from 0.1–10 micrometres and constructed of Nano scale or molecular components. The terms Nanobot, Nanoid, Nanite, Nano machine, or Nanomite have also been utilized to describe such devices currently under research and to expansion. Nano machines are mostly in the research and in evolution phase, but some ancient molecular gadgets and Nano motors have been tested. An example is a sensor having a switch roughly 1.5 nanometres across, able to count specific molecules in a chemical sample. The first useful applications of Nano machines may be in Nano medicine. For example, biological gadgets could be used to identify and destroy cancer cells.
- Track 10-1Nano robotics design and control
- Track 10-2Industrial robot automation
- Track 10-3Human-Robot interaction
- Track 10-4Swarm robotics and medical robotics
- Track 10-5Nanoids and nanites
- Track 10-6Nanobots and nanomites
Materials used for synthesis of Nano materials like Barium chloride, Ammonia, Barium Oxide Nanoparticles, Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectrometer, X-Ray Diffraction, etc., There are different types of synthesis like Inorganic Materials Synthesis, Macromolecular and Nanomaterial Synthesis & Assembly, Thin-Film Processing, Structural and Spectroscopic Probing. The provision includes experts with high ability of Nano scale manufacture by self-assembly. The provision also holds up infrastructure and expertness in solution-based processing of organic narrow films, which includes instruments for spin-casting, thermal processing, and UV/ozone treatment.
- Track 11-1Fluorescence energy transfer
- Track 11-2Biomolecule-mediated nanomaterial synthesis
- Track 11-3Optoelectronic
- Track 11-4Nanomaterials manufacturing technologies
- Track 11-5Biofunctionalization of nanomaterials
- Track 11-6Biomolecule/nanomaterial interface
- Track 11-7Cellular/nanomaterial interactions
The huge potential of Nano biotechnology is found on the capacity to deal with complex hierarchically organize systems from the macro scale to the Nano scale, it demands novel theoretical proceed towards and the competence of generating models, able to explain the dynamics at such a scale. Geometric and analytical proceed towards appear to be very favourable in all scientific areas, including the study of brain processes. Deep comprehension and flexible cause a change in the inner brain parameters, in order to mimic the outer transformation by the appropriate use of sensors and effectors. The basic mathematical aspects can be decorated with the use of a toy model related to Network Resistors with Adaptive Memory. Learning experiences manufacture a chain action of signalling among neurons in some areas of the brain, with the modification of neuron connections in particular brain areas, resulting in reorganization. Research on brain plasticity and circuitry also indicates that the brain is always learning, in both formal and informal contexts.
- Track 12-1Computational modelling
- Track 12-2Nanospectra biosciences
- Track 12-3Nanospectra
- Track 12-4DNA computation
This discipline helps to point the merger of scientific research with various fields of nanotechnology. Concepts that are enhanced through nanobiology include the topics like nanoparticles, nanodevices (such as biological machines) and nanoscale phenomena that happens within the discipline of nanotechnology. Biologically inspired nanotechnology uses biological systems because the inspirations for technologies not yet created. However, as with nanotechnology and bionanotechnology, biotechnology does have many potential ethical issues associated with it. BioNanoScience may be a forum for a rapidly growing sphere of research, emphasizing links among structure, properties and processes of nanoscale phenomena that which is within the biological and bioinspired structures and materials for a variety of engineered systems. This technical approach to biology allows scientists to imagine and make systems which will be used for scientific research.
- Track 13-1Nanobiosensor
- Track 13-2Biological nanonetworks
- Track 13-3Bioluminescent magnetic nanoparticles
- Track 13-4Surface modified polystyrene nanoparticles
- Track 13-5Target specific drug delivery
Next generations of telecommunication systems expected to be strengthening in nanotechnology modules, particularly in electronics fields and interactive processes. For mobile communication systems the implementation of Nano science is utilize to make the control process to a Nano meter scale which will be in Nano scale range. Nanotechnology known as Molecular Nano Technology (MNT), constitute atom by atom and molecule by molecule based control of the structure of matter. The influence of mobile and core network capsulated simultaneously with the manner of working of the nanotechnology as well as excellence in security and the better influence on the sensor builds the nanotechnology the most significant technology in these areas.
- Track 14-1Technology transfer in materials science
- Track 14-2Nano-communications
- Track 14-3Bio-engineering
- Track 14-4Wireless technology
DNA nanotechnology is occasionally split into two overlapping subfields they are structural DNA nanotechnology and dynamic DNA nanotechnology. Some tissues, such as nucleic acid Nano mechanical devices, combine features of both the structural and dynamic subfields. One of the easy branched constructions is a four-arm junction that consists of four individual DNA strands, portions of which are complementary in a particular sample. DNA nanotechnology provides one of the few ways to form a sketch complex formation with precise control over Nano scale characteristics. Polymer Nano composites (PNC) be made up of a polymer or copolymer having nanoparticles or Nano fillers distribute in the polymer matrix. These may be of non-identical shape, but at least one measurement must be in the range of 1–50 nm. These PNC's belong to the classification of multi-phase systems that consume nearly 95% of plastics production. Polymer Nano science is the research and implementation of Nano science to polymer-nanoparticle matrices, where nanoparticles are those with at least one measurement is of less than 100 nm. Carbon nanotubes, gold particles and synthetic polymers are utilized for this determination.
- Track 15-1DNA computation
- Track 15-2Structural DNA nanotechnology
- Track 15-3Dynamic DNA nanotechnology
Health and secure exposures of nanomaterials involve the capability in toxicity of different characters of nanomaterials, as well as blaze and detonation threat. Because nanotechnology is a contemporary development, the health and safety accoutrements of hazard to nanomaterials, and what levels of hazard may be adequate, are subjects of ongoing research. Of the possible exposures, inhalation threat appears to present the more involvement, with animal studies exhibit pulmonary effects such as inflammation, fibrosis, and carcinogenicity for some nanomaterials. Skin connection and ingestion hazard, and dust explosion hazards, are also a concern. Guidance has been implemented for exposure controls that are adequate in decreasing hazards to safe levels, including swap with safer forms of a nanomaterial, engineering discipline such as proper ventilation, and personal protective equipment as a last resort.
- Track 16-1Nanotechnology safety, regulations and ethics
- Track 16-2Risk assessment and management
- Track 16-3Environmental impact of nanotechnology
- Track 16-4Regulation of nanotechnology
- Track 16-5Societal impact of nanotechnology
Molecular nanotechnology (MNT) is a technology to establish on the prospective to construction to compound, atomic identifications by consider of machine-synthesis. This is distinct from Nano scale materials are a technology based on the ability to build structures to complex, atomic identifications by means of machine-synthesis. If the consumption in measurements of electronic device continues at its present exponential place, the measurement of entire gadgets will approach that of molecules within a few decades. However, well before this happens, both the physics upon which electronic gadgets are based and the manufacturing procedures used to produce them will have to change dramatically.
- Track 17-1Molecular assembler
- Track 17-2Molecular engineering
- Track 17-3Supramolecular assembly
- Track 17-4Self-assembled monolayer
- Track 17-5Molecular scale electronics
- Track 17-6Molecular communication