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Swinburne Univ. of Technology
Melbourne, Australia
10 - 13 December 2017
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The symposium will be an interdisciplinary forum for collaboration and learning among top researchers in all fields related to nano- and microscale materials and technologies. This event will take place over 4 days, 10-14 December 2017, and will include both oral and poster presentations with a focus on nanostructured and biocompatible materials, medical and biological micro/nanodevices, micro/nanofluidics and optofluidics, nanophotonics for biology and medical applications, plasmonics, solar cell technologies and fabrication and many other areas of photonics.

Swinburne University of Technology has a history dating back over 100 years, and currently has an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. Located not far from the heart of Melbourne, one of Australia's largest and most international cities, the Campus features a mixture of iconic historical buildings complemented with very recent buildings offering state of the art teaching, research and student support facilities.  Swinburne University attracts many of the most talented students in Australia drawn by its range of quality degrees and strong track record of research programs. The University's academics are leaders in their disciplines nationally and internationally driving major research initiatives.

Melbourne has a high international profile, and hosts many top international events including the Australian Open Tennis tournament and the Australian Grand Prix. Melbourne is a highly multicultural city and excels in the arts including theatre, music, art galleries and is Australia's top city for international cuisine. Melbourne is famous for its rooftop boutique bars as well as the new Southbank district for dining and entertainment, featuring our Crown Casino. It is a truly international city and one of the world's most iconic and livable cities in the world, with plenty of open space, many famous parks including the Botanical Gardens, a temperate climate and vibrant culture rich of entertainment, cultural activities and sporting events. Melbourne is recognized as the corporate headquarters of Australia, and features the tallest residential building in the world with the Eureka Tower. Melbourne is very highly ranked in the Asia Pacific region in terms of intellectual capital and innovation. It offers a safe and secure environment for individuals and families, with world-class health care, education, transport and telecommunications with a multicultural.

We hope to see you in Melbourne!

Symposium Chairs

David Moss David J. Moss, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Saulius Juodkazis Saulius Juodkazis, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)


Conference Chairs

James Chon James W. M. Chon, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Baohua Jia Baohua Jia, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)



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Important Dates

Abstracts Due 
29 May 2017

Author Notifications
7 August 2017

Manuscript Due
13 November 2017

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