Online Conference, United States
    15 October 2008
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    About Event

    In the past decade the emergence of nanoscience and nanotechnology has created many novel materials and devices for a broad range of applications spaces, including electronics, photonics, biomedicine, and energy.

    With the recent general awareness of growing climate change and related environmental and conservation concerns, there is a great potential to apply the significant and rapid advances in nanotechnology to pollution and energy reduction problems, as well as environmental sensing technologies that are essential to providing high reliability, real-time climate/pollution data.

    Researchers in the field are encouraged to submit abstracts in technologies associated with the above topics, including nanophotonics, photovoltaics, light emitting diodes, sensors, stand-off detectors, and associated fields.

    This conference is unique in that it will reduce its overall carbon footprint by using an online-only format.