Nanotech Forum 2019

Jul 17-18, 2019

Zurich, Switzerland

Nanotech Forum 2K19

                                                                                          Nanotechnology – A miniature scale evolution for a “Commercial revolution” !

Nano era- A State-of the-Art technology in science & generation with a conventional exchange in an effort to assist both human and environment. This potential field of Research and Innovation is emerging with multitude of applications in the areas of food, fuels, medicine, electronics, fabrics etc., - on the scale of 10-9 which produces products to create a smarter, lighter and cheaper environment.

"Nanotech" products that are on the market today are mostly gradually improved products (using evolutionary nanotechnology) where some form of nano-enabled material (such as carbon nanotubes, nanocomposite structures or nanoparticles of a particular substance) or nanotech process (e.g. nanopatterning or quantum dots for medical imaging) is used in the manufacturing process

The technology is revolutionizing every industry, while tremendously attracting worldwide attention. Owing to its wide range of uses, the global nanotechnology market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 17% during the forecasted period of 2018-2024.

Nanotechnology continues to have a broad and fundamental impact on nearly all sectors of the global economy, namely electronics, energy, biomedical, cosmetics, defense, automotive and agriculture among others.

The global nanotechnology market is expected to exceed US$ 125 Billion mark by 2024.

A global reach which assembles top notch industrialists, business professionals, academicians and student researchers to provide an insight on this blooming technology which will be at our fingertips within the next decade or two. The opportunity of nanotechnology research became substantial and several, So, through Nanotech Forum 2019 we plan to discuss Nanotechnology, among all its challenges and possibilities, for a sustainable future.

Be a part of the voyage to Swiss and take the privilege of attending it.

                                                                                                                     “Start-up” with Technology   
                                                                                                                                              “Smart-up” our Future !!
   

Welcome Message By Dr. Hugo A.Ml. de Haan

 

                                                     

 

List of Nanotechnology conference in 2019 in Zurich, Switzerland

Conference Name

Place

Date

Nanotech Forum 2019

Zurich, Switzerland

July 17-18, 2019

Lucy
Yougui Liao
Principle Engineer and Scientist
Principal YE Engineer / Material scientist at Micron, Idhao, USA

Biography

Dr. Yougui Liao has extensive experience in research of various nano-materials and functional structures and material characterization. He has especially worked on characterizations of various IC devices and materials using electron microscopes.

Researches :

  • Advanced materials applications and their characterization using electron microscopy
Lucy
Stefano Cabrini
Facility Director, Nanofabrication
molecular foundry

Biography

2003 - 2006. Senior Scientist (Primo ricercatore) at INFM TASC (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Della Materia) at ELETTRA Synchrotron Light Source of Trieste Italy. 2001 – 2003. Senior researcher at Sincrotrone Triese ScpA . at the ELETTRA Synchrotron light

Researches :

  • Experience in micro-nano-fabrication, electron-beam lithography, focused ion beam lithography, nanoimprinting, thin-film deposition and plasma etch. Experience in nanophotonics, plasmonics fabrication and characterization, and the development of new lithographic tools and processes. Recently I'm focused on the so called Single Digit Nano Fabrication, or exact fabrication of nanostructures with dimensions below 10 nm. My research creates engineered nanodevices for the control of the light at nanometer scale. Using the properties of plasmonic resonators as well as the properties of transparent dielectric photonic devices we study new effects of the light confinement and propagation.
Lucy
Dr Alberto Luis DAndrea
President of the CAB and the CAN
Director of Nanotechnology and New Technologies at the CAECE University

Biography

DOCTOR IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES. Awarded by the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires on December 26, 1990. LICENSED IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES. Awarded by the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Air

Researches :

  • Coordinator of the Biotechnology and Nanotechnology Commission of the Professional Council of Agronomists - CPIA. Associate Editor of the Journal of Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology (USA) Creator and director of the first Degree in Nanotechnology of Argentina (CAECE University-2017). Creator of the online newspaper Biotechnology & Nanotechnology Instantly.
Lucy
Hugo AM de Haan MSc MBA
Entrepeneur, VD Science Entrepreneurship Workshops, inventor, investor
Innophysics BV

Biography

Entrepreneur in Physics. Guest lecturer Entrepreneurship . Founder of / investor in Physics startups. Organizes International Science & Entrepreneurship community and workshops to stimulate PhD level Entrepreneurship at corporates, Universities , spinoffs

Researches :

  • InnoPhysics BV is an OEM focused at plasma assisted CVD /ALD surface patterning for use in life sciences, diagnostics, thin films , lab-on-chip and printed electronics. Core technology is proprietary and based on atmospheric pressure microplasma patterning patents .
Lucy
walid Tawfik
Professor at NILES
Cairo University ,Egypt

Biography

Ph.D. Laser Physics, Cairo University, Egypt (the experiment part and data collection done at TU, Munich, Germany) 2000. M.Sc Laser Physics, Cairo University, Egypt 1996. B.Sc. Physics, Cairo University, Egypt 1992.

Researches :

  • My research plans are devoted to ultrafast optics and photonics: nonlinear interactions of short laser light and matter using time-resolved spectroscopy for laser-pulse durations from nanosecond to few-cycle. The ultrafast pulses are characterized using autocorrelator, SPIDER, and FROG measurements. The studies include the application of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) used in the field of analytical spectroscopy and plasma characterization, in addition to ultrafast nonlinear phenomena due to propagation of ultrafast pulses in nonlinear medium and how the interactions can be exploited for improved material characterization. The prospective plans aim to reach attosecond streaking to study transient absorption spectroscopy of ultrafast electron motion.

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