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Nano Summit 2020

About Conference


Nanotechnology Conferences Committee invites all the experts and researchers from the Nano science and Technology sector all over the world to attend “37th Global Summit on Nano science and Technology” webinar during October 21-22, 2020 which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Theme: “Nanotechnology in honouring the past, treasuring the present & shaping the future".

Nano Summit 2020 bring together all the International communities (students, scientists, engineers and stakeholders from academia, government laboratories, industry and other organisations) working in the field of Nano science and technology to discuss new and exciting advances in the field. This webinar will also provide an ideal environment to develop new collaborations and meet experts on the fundamentals, applications, and products of the mentioned fields.

Target Audience:

  • Nanotechnology Professionals 
  • Directors of companies in the field of Nanotechnology
  • Leading scientists
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Professors
  • Fellows or postdoctoral students
  • Researchers, CEOs
  • Business Delegates
  • Doctors
  • Young research scientists
  • Nanotechnology Associations and Societies
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Founders and Employees of the related companies
  • Clinical investigators

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Nanoscience and Technology

Nanotechnology is the study of atoms, molecules and objects whose size is on the nano meter scale. Atoms are a few tenths of manometer in diameter and molecules are typically a few Nano meter in size. Nano science is an innovation led at the Nano scale. The advancement of Nano scale structures can possibly upset industry, including hardware, pharmaceutical, and customer items. By using nanotechnology, materials can be made stronger, lighter, more durable, more reactive, better electrical conductors, among many other traits. Everyday many commercial products are currently on the market and in daily use that relies on Nano scale material processes.

  • Quantum Nano science
  • Nano magnetics
  • Biogenic nanoparticles
  • Nanophysics
  • Nonlinear Optical Microscopy

Track 2: Nanoparticle

Nanoparticles are important in various engineering and industrial fields comprising engineering catalysts, advanced ceramics, electronics, new batteries, fundamental ink and paint, biotechnology, drug delivery system, etc., and makes use of the unique properties of nanoparticles, which are completely different from those of the bulk materials (ores, minerals, coal, cereals, woodchips, sand, gravel, clay, cement). The surface layer is an integral a part of Nano scale matter, fundamentally affecting all of its properties. The surface layer typically consists of ions, inorganic and organic molecules. In nanotechnology, a particle is defined as a little object that behaves as a whole unit with reference to its transport and properties. Particles are further classified according to diameter.

  • Nanoparticle heterogeneity and interaction
  • Nanometers
  • Recent trends in nanotechnology
  • Nanoparticle characterization and application
  • Gold nanoparticles and biosensors

Track 3: Nanofabrication

Nanofabrication refers to the planning procedure of nanomaterial and devices that are measured in nano meters. One nano meter is one millionth (10-9) of a meter. It helps in parallel processing of material over a large scale. It is an economical method where by large scale economy is manufactured using an equivalent machinery and style and little amount of material. Component sizes that were in tens of micro meters became single digit micro meters, and then hundreds of nano meters, and then went down to a few tens of nano meters where they stand today. As a result, what want to be called micro fabrication was rebranded as nanofabrication. Nanofabrication can be divided into three major areas: thin films, lithography, and etching. Each of these is vast subject areas in and of themselves.

  • Micro/Nano fabrication
  • Laser surface micro-texturing
  • Conditions for nanofabrication
  • Position and control strategy
  • e-beam Nanofabrication
  • Environment

Track 4: Smart material/Nano Materials

An Engineer can modify the properties of materials in a skilful method under the impact of external stimuli. These exterior impacts contain temperature, force, moisture, electric charge, magnetic field and ph. Nanotechnology is rapidly entering the world of smart materials and taking them to the next level. Piezoelectric materials either yield voltage when stressed or change its shape under the impact of an electric charge.  Thermo responsive materials are also known as shape memory alloys or shape memory polymers (an alloy that can be deformed when cold but returns to its pre-deformed shape when heated). These materials constantly change their shape under the influence of the ambient temperature. In medical field the use of smart materials that respond to injuries by delivering drugs and antibiotics or by hardening to produce a cast on a broken limb. Energy conservation and generation with highly efficient batteries and energy generating materials.

  • Piezoelectric materials
  • Thermo responsive materials
  • Polychromic, Chromogenic or Halo chromic Materials
  • Applications of smart Nano materials

Track 5: Nano Biotechnology

Nanobiotechnology is the interface of Nanotechnology and biotechnology and it includes the application of nanotechnology in the life science. The use of the important properties of nucleic acids like DNA to create useful materials is a successful modern research. This is associated with biosensors, particularly where photonics, chemistry, biology, biophysics, Nano medicine, and engineering converge. Bio nanotechnology is the term that refers to the crossroads of nanotechnology and biology. These ideas which improved through Nanobiology are includes with materials like Nano scale, Nano devices, and nanoparticles phenomena that occurs in the discipline of nanotechnology.

  • Nanoscience in agriculture
  • Nanoscience in food industry
  • Surface modified polystyrene nanoparticles
  • Nano systems
  • Nano ink

Track 6:   Nano Weapons

Nano weapon is a term use in military technology currently under development which seeks to exploit the power of nanotechnology in the modern battlefield. Nanoparticles utilized in different military materials can potentially hazard in nature to the soldiers that are wearing the material, if the material is allowed to warn out. As the uniform wear down it is likely for nanomaterial to separate and enter into the soldiers bodies. Soldiers having nanoparticles entering the soldiers bodies would be very unhealthy and will create seriously harm to them. There is not a lot of information on what the actual damage to the soldiers would be, but there have been studies on the effect of nanoparticles entering a fish through its skin. The studies showed that the different soldiers suffered from varying degrees of brain damage. This brain damage will create serious negative effect: the studies also say that the results cannot be taken as an accurate example of what would happen to soldiers if nanoparticles entered their bodies.

  • Military Research
  • Soldier Battle suit
  • Aerospace application
  • communication

Track 7: Nano electronics

Nano electronics is refers to the use of Nanotechnology in electronic components. These components are often only a few Nano meter in size. However, the small electronic components become the harder they are to manufacture. Nano electronics covers a diverse set of devices and materials, with the common characteristics that they are so small that inter atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be studied extensively. Nano electronics helps the study of the synthesis and characterization of materials of Nano scale size. Quantum effects such as tunnelling and atomistic disorder dominate the characteristics of these Nano scale devices.

  • Energy Harvesting
  • Thin Films and Nanotechnology
  • Semiconductor
  • Microelectronics
  • Semiconductor Devices
  • Spintronics

Track 8: Nano mechanics

Nano mechanics is a branch of Nano science studying important mechanical (thermal, kinetic and elastics) properties of physical system at the nano meter scale. Nano mechanics has looked as if on the crossroads of classical mechanics, solid state physics, materials science, and quantum chemistry. Being an area of Nano science, Nano mechanics provides a scientific basis of nanotechnology. Nano mechanics is observed on some experimental principles (basic observation), specifically general mechanics principles and specific principles arising from the smallness of physical sizes of the object of study. These principles serve to supply a basic insight into novel mechanical properties of nano meter objects.

  • Energy and momentum conservation principles
  • Symmetry principles
  • Importance of thermal fluctuations

Track 9: Nano Robotics

The technology of creating machines or robots is called Nano robotics. Nano robots (nanobots or nanocides) are typically devices size up to 10 micro meters. As no artificial non-biological Nano robots have thus far been created. The following definition even large apparatus such as an atomic force microscope are often considered a Nano robotic instrument when configured to perform Nano- manipulation. These machines are largely utilized in the research and development segment but some primitive molecular machines and Nano motors are tested. These can be linked by chemical or physical means to make subassemblies. Applications in building wires, single electron transistors, and Nano waveguides are presented.

  • Biochip
  • Nubots
  • Surface-bound system
  • Positional Nano assembly
  • Bio hybrids
  • 3D printing

Track 10: Nano Tubes and Nano Wires

A nanotube is nano meter-scale tube-like structures, which are also referred to as nanowires, in terms of feature ratio. Nano tubes can be single-walled or multi-walled. Nano wires are in 1D nanostructure which generally has diameters of the tens in order of nanometres. The length to diameter ratio can also be the maximum amount as 1000. Nanowires and nanotubes are at the forefront of materials science at the Nano scale. Carbon nanotubes are considered as prototype examples of nanowires and nanotubes. Both Nano-materials are important for practical applications, and provide a system that simple enough in order that detailed calculations of their properties are often administered, and predictions about their physical behaviour are often made. The occurrence and control of bizarre and unique properties of specific nanostructures are the drivers for the exploitation of Nano science in nanotechnology applications.

  • Nano rods
  • Inorganic Nanowires
  • Inorganic Nanotubes
  • Carbon Nanotubes

Track 11: Nanolithography

The term nanolithography originate from the Greek words “nanos”, meaning Dwarf; “lithos”, meaning rock; and “grapho” meaning to write. Therefore, the literal meaning is tiny writing on rocks. Nanolithography is that the science of etching, writing or printing to modify a material surface with structures under 100nm. The purpose of nanolithography is that the shrinking of electronic devices, which allows for more electronics parts to be, crammed into smaller spaces, i.e., smaller integrated circuits that result in smaller devices, which are faster and cheaper to manufacture since less materials are required. This also increases performance and response times because the electrons only got to travel very short distances.

  • Electron-Beam Direct Write (EBDW) lithography
  • Extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography
  • Light Coupling Nanolithography (LCM)
  • Scanning probe microscope lithography (SPM)
  • Nano imprint lithography

Track 12: Nano Engineering

Nano engineering is a practice of engineering that deals with all aspects of the design, use of engines and structures on the nanoscale. At its core, Nano engineering deals with nanomaterials and how they interact to make useful materials, structure, devices and systems. Nano engineering is not exactly a new science, but it enabling technology with application in industries from electronics, medicine, and biotechnology. While the term Nano engineering is largely used synonym for nanotechnology, the former technically focuses on the engineering aspects of the field. Other closely related terms used in this context are Nano manufacturing and nanofabrication. One possible approach to differentiate between the terms is by using the criterion of economic viability.

  • Micro/Nano fluidic systems
  • Si based and Non-Si MEMS/NEMS
  • MEMS/NEMS measurement techniques, wafer level testing
  • Lab on chip device
  • Organic and molecular electronics and nano-thermoelectric
  • Spin electronics
  • Spintronics Nanoengineering

Track 13: Nano Chemistry

Nano chemistry is an amalgamation of Nano science and chemistry. Generally, uses many methods to formulate and collect small pieces of matter which indicate unique magnetic, optical, electronic, chemical and mechanical actions attributable only to their nano meter size. Nano chemistry use approach from the synthetic chemistry and therefore the materials chemistry to acquire Nano material’s with particular sizes, shapes, surface properties, deformities, self-gathering properties, intended to satisfy particular capacities and uses. Nano materials can be made from for all purposes any material, for example, metals, semiconductors and polymers, both in their nebulous and crystalline structures. Its technique can be utilized to make carbon Nano materials, for example, carbon nanotubes, grapheme and fullerenes which have picked up consideration as of recently because of their mechanical and electrical properties.

  • Nano materials synthesis
  • Nanolithography
  • Nano composites
  • Nano particle synthesis

Track 14:  Nano Devices and Nano Sensors

Nano devices, the quickest moving segment of the general market, the Nanotek research involves in Magnetic Nano devices, Smart sensors and Nano-biosensors, Optical biosensors, Smart delivery system, Nano switches, and biologically inspired gadgets are predicted to transport at an excellent 35% CAGR. Nano-biosensors for 75%, 8% the phase Nano switches and Optical biosensors are anticipated to develop to 52.9 billion via 2021 and register a healthy 20.8% CAGR. Nano sensors will better hit upon the onset of sicknesses along with cancer or coronary heart ailment, and Nano market expects the marketplace for biomedical Nano sensors to attain approximately $1886 million in 2021. Around 19 universities and 54 new research initiatives are exhibited in Nanotechnology convention.

  • Biologically inspired devices
  • Magnetic Nano device
  • Nano switches
  • Quantum dot sensors
  • Nanowire based sensor
  • Carbon nanotube based sensor

Track 15: Nano Technology in clinical and Translation Research

Nanotechnology offers some exciting potentials in medical science. Nano medicine involves two main techniques i.e. Diagnostic technique and Therapeutic technique. Nano flares are designed bind to genetic targets in cancer cells and generate light when that specific genetic target is found. Nanotechnology provides methods to inactivate genes in cells without genetic changes, to isolate their function. It is a mixture of therapeutic and imaging material supported the utilization of nanoparticles for drug delivery. Both approaches give an insight into the potential breakthroughs clinical research in which can be accomplished with nanotechnology. Furthermore, the nanotechnology-based methods are emerging as a big breakthrough for the straight forward and rapid analysis of the genetic basis and treatment of diseases.

  • Nano Medicine
  • Nano Drug delivery system
  • Nanotechnology and Nano biomaterials in Dentistry
  • Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine

Track 16:  Nano Photonics

Nano photonics studies the behaviour of light on nano meter scales as well as interactions of nano meter sized objects with lights. Nano photonics is considered a branch of electrical engineering, optics, and optical engineering as well as being a branch of nanotechnology. Nano photonics includes metallic components that can transport and focus light through surface plasmon polaritons. One of the great promises of Nano photonics the possibility that light is trapped in optical cavities inside three-dimensional photonic band gap crystals. An optical cavity in a photonic crystal is manufactured by either adding or removing high index of refraction material, which yields a donor or an acceptor, respectively. The mirrors of the optical cavities are formed by the surrounding photonic crystal with a band gap. It has been predicted that light is trapped in such a photonic crystal cavity in a small volume as small as 1/100th of a wavelength cubed. It is a challenge to embed such controlled point defects inside three-dimensional photonic band gap crystals to attain functional systems.

  • Review of Fundamentals of Lasers
  • Plasmonic and Meta-materials
  • Optical Cavities in a Three-Dimensional Photonic Crystal
  • Nano corals slit diffractor in Nano photonic
  • Nanotechnology in physics
  • Nano scanning probe and microscopy
  • Electron laser Nanoparticles in Nano photonic
  • Nano magnetism and opt mechanics
  • Amplifiers and Isolator
  • Electro-optic Modulators
  • Solar cells
  • Nanodots

Track 17:  Nano Geo-Science

The learning of Nano scale insights accompanied with geological system is Nano geo-science. Predominantly, this is interviewed by considering environmental nanoparticles size from 1 to 100nanometers. The Nano Geo-Sciences research team works closely with X-ray physical science in the Nano-Science Centre. Nano geoscience encompasses the incorporation of microscopy, spectroscopy, and theoretical modelling comprised with experimental and fieldwork learning on the bulk manner connected with Nano scale mechanisms. Electron microscopy and allied spectroscopy approaches have been key techniques in this field for decades.

  • Nano geo-science transport phenomenon at Nano scale
  • Characterization and development of Nano scale particle
  • Nano bioorganic chemistry
  • Bio-mineralization
  • Methods for immobilizing Nano toxic compounds

Track 18: Future prospects of Nanotechnologies and commercial viability

Nanotechnology covers many areas of science, research and technology, The future of nanotechnology has been a subject of scientific and non-scientific imagination. Nanotechnology is an advance science which is estimated to have quick and strong future developments. According to scientists, nanotechnology is forecast to have four generations of advancement. We are currently be subjected to the first or second generation of nanomaterials.

  • Nano medicine for improved HIV drug therapies
  • Thermoelectric Screen printing
  • Liquid-Repellent materials
  • Light-Seeking Synthetic Nano robot
  • Super –powered bionic plants

Market Analysis

Nanoscience is the medical application of nanotechnology. Nanomedicine varies from medical applications of nanomaterials & biological devices through nano electronic biosensors and even possible future applications of molecular nanotechnology such as biological machines. As per the WHO factsheet, cancer is found to be one of the major causes of mortality and morbidity worldwide, with approximately 14 million new cases in 2012 and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths. Thus, the demand for nanomedicine in order to curb such high incidence rate is expected to boost market progress during the forecast period.

 

Nanotechnology Market 2019-2025:

Potential pipeline of products based on the nano molecules and associated technologies are anticipated to drive market with potential avenues of growth, presence around 40% of products in phase II of clinical development is anticipated to result as a number of key commercialization over the coming decade influencing revenue generation over the forecast period. The customized treatment option available for eradication of genetic abnormalities also makes this technology a substantial option for precision medicine. The global nanomedicine market size was estimated at USD 138.8 billion in 2019. Technological advancements coupled with relevant applications in early disease diagnosis, preventive intervention and prophylaxis of chronic as well as acute disorders is expected to bolster growth in this market. Nanotechnology involves the miniaturization of larger structures and chemicals at nanometric scale which has significantly revolutionized drug administration, thus influencing adoption of the technology through to 2025.

 

Global Market Nanotechnology Overview 2019-2024:

  • Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing technology with potential applications in many sectors of global economy, namely healthcare, cosmetics, energy, and agriculture among others. 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. Thus, there lies a great opportunity for industry participants to tap the fast-growing market, which would garner huge revenue on the back of commercialization of the technology.
  • In the latest research study, Global Nanotechnology Market Outlook 2024, analysts have conducted a segmented research on the nanotechnology industry, and have interpreted the key market trends & developments that clearly highlight the areas offering promising possibilities for industries to boost their growth.
  • In 2017, the global nanotechnology market has shown impressive growth owing to factors, like increase in government and private sector funding for R&D, partnerships & strategic alliances between countries, and increased in demand for smaller and more powerful devices at affordable prices.
  • At present, the healthcare industry is one of the largest sectors where nanotechnology has made major breakthrough with its application for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases like cancer, heart ailments, etc. Further, significant developments are also being done in other sectors like electronics, agriculture, and energy.
  • In this report, the analysts have studied the current nanotechnology market on segment basis (by application, by component and by region), so as to provide an insight on the current market scenario as well as forecasts of the aforementioned segments till 2024. The report provides an in-depth analysis of all the major segments, taking into account the major developments taking place at global level in the respective segments that will further boost the growth of nanotechnology market.
  • Further, the application section covers the use of nanotechnology in electronics, energy, cosmetics, medical, defense, and food & agriculture sectors; while the component section covers the segregation of nanotechnology market into nanomaterials, nanotools, and nanodevices.
  • Additionally, the report covers the country-level analysis of 13 major countries like the US, France, UK, Germany, and Russia among others in terms of R&D, nanotechnology patent analysis, funding & regulations, to provide an in-depth understanding about the investments and recent research & developments done in the field of Nanotechnology.
  • Besides, the report covers the profiles of key players like Altair, Nanophase Tech, Nanosys, etc. with the key financials, strength & weakness analyses, and recent activities, providing a comprehensive outlook of global nanotechnology industry. Overall, the report provides all the pre-requisite information for clients looking to venture in this industry, and facilitate them to formulate schemes while going for an investment/partnership in the industry.

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