Team Conference Mind welcomes you all around the globe to be a part of the “2nd Global Conference on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials” held on October 18-19, 2022 with the theme: Nanotechnology and the Future of Advanced Materials
“Global Nanoscience 2022” Conference includes Keynote talks, Plenary talks, Symposiums, Workshops, Poster presentations, and Panel discussions on the advanced research developments in the field of “Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials”.
Track 1. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology:
Nanoscience is cross disciplinary, meaning scientists from a range of fields including chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, computing, materials science and engineering are studying it and using it to better understand our world. Nanotechnology is the design, production and application of structures, devices and systems at the nanoscale.
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology have the potential to reshape the world around us. They could lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in fields ranging from manufacturing to health care.
Track 2. Quantum Nanoscience:
Quantum Nanoscience studies quantum phenomena in a wide variety of nanometer scale devices and materials, exploring new physics and novel applications of quantum effects. Quantum nanoscience is a new field at the intersection of quantum science and nanoscience, both disciplines have made major advances over the last two decades.
Track 3. Nanoelectronics:
Nanoelectronics refers to the use of nanotechnology in electronic components. These components are often only a few nanometers in size. However, the tinier electronic components become, the harder they are to manufacture. Most nanoelectronics devices are developed using either 2D materials or semiconductors, which are very active materials. Due to these properties, nanomaterials can provide electrical efficiencies as high, if not higher, than the bulk materials used in traditional components, but with the added bonus of being much smaller.
Track 4. Nanofluidic:
Nanofluidic is the study and manipulation of fluids confined within nanostructures. The fluid dynamics of substances on the nanoscale differs significantly from the fluid dynamics of substances on longer length scales. The nanofluidic is a brand-new field and the devices implemented for these techniques will open new branches inside the classical areas of chemistry, biochemistry, and experimental physics. Exciting studies at the level of DNA, viruses, and macromolecules are suitable due to the size constraints.
Track 5. Nanotoxicology:
Nanotoxicology represents a new and growing research area in toxicology. Nanotoxicology is a branch of toxicology concerned with the study of the toxicity of nanomaterials, which can be divided into those derived from combustion processes like diesel soot, manufacturing processes such as spray drying or grinding and naturally occurring processes such as volcanic eruptions or atmospheric reactions.
Track 6. Biomedical Engineering:
Biomedical Engineering covers recent advances in the growing field of biomedical technology, instrumentation, and administration. Biomedical Engineering, also referred to as Bioengineering, BioMed or BME, is a multidisciplinary STEM field that combines biology and engineering, applying engineering principles and materials to medicine and healthcare. Biomedical Engineering is a broad field with different areas of focus, and the exact nature of the work you can find yourself doing will vary depending on the specifics of your role.
Track 7. Quantum Mechanics:
Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics relating to the very small. Quantum mechanics is an important tool to understand at the theoretical level the electronic structure of chemical compounds and the mechanism, thermodynamics, and kinetics of chemical reactions.
Track 8. Forensic Nanotechnology:
Forensic Nanotechnology is a new area of forensic science which is highly advanced associated with the development of nano-sensors for crime investigations and inspection of terrorist activity by determining the presence of explosive gases, biological agents and residues. The rapid advancements in forensic science come with technological improvements in nanotechnology.
Track 9. DNA Nanotechnology:
DNA nanotechnology is a branch of nanotechnology concerned with the design, study and application of synthetic structures based on DNA. DNA nanotechnology takes advantage of the physical and chemical properties of DNA rather than the genetic information it carries.
Track 10. Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology:
Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology deals with the formation and development of small structures like atoms, molecules or compounds of size 0.1 to 100 nm into structures which can be further developed into special devices with desired characteristics and properties.
Track 11. Green Materials:
Green Materials today are defined as materials that are non-toxic, improve occupancy health, lower cost, and conserve energy and water use and waste products. Non-toxic materials are materials that do not cause harm to the environment, to the users of the material or to the producers of the material.
Track 12. Nanobiotechnology:
Nanobiotechnology is the application of nanotechnologies in biological fields. Chemists, physicists and biologists each view nanotechnology as a branch of their own subject and collaborations in which they each contribute equally are common. One result is the hybrid field of nanobiotechnology that uses biological starting materials, biological design principles or has biological or medical applications.
Track 13. Bio-Materials & Bio-devices:
Biomaterials research and development currently not only encompass, but extend far beyond the field of prosthetics design. Most biomedical technologies rely today on the design of materials and complex devices able to interact in controlled and specific manners with living systems. The application scope is extremely challenging and diversified including tissue engineered products for regenerative medicine, miniaturized devices for diagnosis as well as model bioactive materials for biomedical research.
Track 14. Advanced Nanotechnology:
Advanced Nanotechnologies is devoted to providing high-quality materials and surface applications based on nanotechnology. It supports R&D projects by developing specific processes and equipment for a wide range of applications.
The global market for nanotechnology should grow from $2.0 billion in 2018 to $2.1 billion by 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.4% for the period of 2018-2023. The global energy-related market for nanotechnologies should grow from $5.7 billion in 2018 to $10.0 billion by 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.0% for the period of 2018-2023. The global market for advanced ceramic components should grow from $73.3 billion in 2018 to $99.6 billion by 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3% for the period of 2018-2023.
Nanotechnology with a combination of nanofiber materials is gaining rapid momentum in the global market. Nanofibers are used primarily in various membrane-based technologies. These technologies find their main fields of application in water and wastewater treatment, chemical processing, environmental remediation, oil and energy, food and beverage production, and life science.
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
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