NanoTech Poland 2021
11th International Conference
The Organizing Committee of the NanoTech Poland 2021 - 11th International Conference, 9th-11th June 2021, has a great pleasure to invite you to attend virtually this scientific event and to enjoy the community of professionals in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
This 2021 conference edition will be an online virtual conference, with hybrid (in-person) participation in the conference for local conference participants. The decision has been made due to COVID-19 in order to ensure the safety of our conference community.
The conference promises an interesting, also in its diversity, scientific programme, and an international forum for the discussion on the latest scientific achievements and challenges in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The conference will be also a great networking opportunity for exchanging knowledge, scientific ideas between prominent scientists, early-stage researchers, students and scientists from nanotechnology-related companies.
An important conference activity will be the Young Researchers Forum, the purpose of which is to recognize early-stage researchers by giving them the opportunity of presenting their recent scientific accomplishments in short oral presentations and during e-poster session.
Conference programme will feature a strong scientific agenda focused on Nanotechnology in energy, electronics, environment, biomedicine and other relevant fields.
We look forward to your participation in NanoTech Poland 2021
The Organizing Committee
- Congratulation to the Best Oral Presentation within the Young Researchers Forum:
- The next NanoTech Poland 2022 will take place on 1-3 June 2022
- Molecules - Special Issue "NanoTech Poland 2021—Nanotechnology in Energy, Electronics, Photonics, Environment and Biomedicine"
- 50 % discount for Invited Speakers
- 20 % discount for all other submmitted papers
Kinga Michalec, AGH University of Science and Technology presentation entitled “Design of SnO2/SnS2-based hollow nanospheres for photocatalytic applications”
Hanieh Karimi, Jagiellonian University presentation entitled “Positronium biomarker in 3D melanoma spheroid model, a novel probe for cancer diagnosis”