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Posted: Oct 06, 2014

Conference on complex inorganic nanomaterials - call for papers

(Nanowerk News) ACIN 2015 is the third international conference on Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanomaterials jointly organized by the University of Namur and the Université Catholique de Louvain.
The aim of this meeting is to offer an update of recent innovations in both fundamental and applied aspects highlighting new advances and progress in the field of nanomaterials (inorganics, hybrids, molecular and bio-inspired). We encourage researchers to submit an abstract of their most recent research related to one of the four following topics:
  • Advanced preparation methods to advanced complex inorganic nanomaterials and cutting edge characterization techniques
  • Nanomaterials, functional porous materials, coordination networks & MOFs, bio-inspired nanomaterials, hybrid nanomaterials and living materials
  • New applications and new properties (Catalysis, photocatalysis, sensors, gas storage, magnetism, photomagnetism, spin crossover, optics, photochromism, conductivity, superconductivity, fuel cells, (DS)solar cells, batteries, supercapacitors, artificial photosynthesis, CO2 photoreduction, water splitting, thermal energy to electricity and storage)
  • The emphasis will be put on interdisciplinarity (Complexity and relation with other disciplines) and on future directions (New trends). The organisers would also like to make this meeting a discussion forum between scientists working in the field and also those who would like to become acquainted with new developments and perspectives of applications of nanomaterials.
    Abstract submission: January 10, 2015.
    Source: Université Catholique de Louvain
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