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INC7: The 7th International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation

29.03.2011
For the seventh year in a row, global senior researchers, industry leaders and policy makers will gather at the International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation.

In 2011, Tsukuba, home city to the country's national testing and research facilities encompassing such research fields as science, industry, agriculture and forestry, environment and space development, will be the communal ground for in-depth discussions and technical sessions on a variety of issues related to the future of international collaboration in nanotechnologies.

In order to further strengthen the continuous dialogue between Japan, Europe and the United States, broad regional overviews will be combined with detailed presentations from each of the regions.

INC is one of the key events for policy makers, industry leaders and senior researchers to attend in order to stay informed of the developments in major research programs worldwide.

VISION

The electronics industry has been the major enabler of the computer, communication and consumer industries throughout the 20th century. They have propelled the growth of the economy Most of the building blocks of these industries will reach fundamental limits by the end of the next decade.

It is of critical importance that these limits are overcome in the next ten years.

OBJECTIVES

Make overview presentations of regional Nanotechnology programs supported by the organizers including Government, Industry, and Academia.
Include a theme on Nano-electronics in each conference
Foster communications and cooperation among Nano-electronics initiatives and other fields, e.g. chemistry, opto/display electronics, biology etc.
Include presentations and posters on relevant nanotechnology subjects from other regions (i.e. non organizers) as submitted by request and subject to availability, to stimulate additional communications and cooperation Technical sessions highlight today's state of affairs and tomorrow's challenges and bottlenecks regarding various related domains in nanoelectronics and explore the links with related areas, such as biotechnology, advanced materials development, microsystems and photonics.

A topical session highlights the economical and societal implications of nanotechnology.

Keynote Speaker: Leo Esaki, Nobel Laureate
"In Half a Century of Research What did I Explore"
For more information on poster submission and registration, visit the INC7 website at the link below, or contact:
INC7 Japan Committee Secretariat
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
E-mail: contact(at)ml.inc7.jp

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http://inc7.jp/
http://www.epochal.or.jp/eng/access/index.html
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