About the Workshop
Recent trends of materials science and technology have covered broad area of fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, environment, energy etc. We need an opportunity for sharing relevant information from the growing wide fields of science and technology. Following the previous workshops (IWAMN2009 and IWAMN2012), this International Workshop on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (IWAMN2016) will be held on 3-5 November 2016 in Hanoi. The Workshop topics are:
1. Nanomaterials and Devices
2. Nanotechnology for Medicine
3. Advanced Materials for Environment and Energy
4. Structured Materials for Spintronics
5. Emerging Materials and Phenomena
This Workshop is an activity to celebrate the 60th anniversary of VNU University of Science (HUS), the launch of Vietnam Japan University (VJU) and the 5th anniversary of Nano and Energy Center - HUS.
Selected (after the peer-review) papers presented at the workshop will be published in Journal of Electronic Materials (ISI journal, Impact Factor: 1.798) in March 2017.
The second annoucement - The abstract submission deadline is extended to 20 August 2016
Fullpaper deadline - The fullpaper submission deadline is extended to 20 October 2016
Oral and Poster preparation information
Authors are expected to bring their presentations on their own laptop computers and also on a USB stick. Only standard PC-style XGA connections to the LCD projector will be supplied. 20 min talk + 5 min discussion are allotted to invited talks, and 10 min talk +5 min discussion to contributed talks.
Posters should be displayed during 3:45 pm - 5:30 pm 4th November. Authors should set up the poster at least 15 minutes before the session starts, and MUST be present at his/her poster for at least 1.5 hour at designated times (4:00 pm - 5:30 pm).
During these times, if the Session Chair finds a poster that is not represented by an author, the poster will be designated as a "No Show" and the conference paper will not be considered for publication. The surface area available for posters is approximately 0.8 m (width) * 1.1m (height).
The conference provides a small sign designating the paper number to be posted on each board. Mounting materials will be provided. Authors are reminded to remove their posters promptly at the end of their session. Posters not removed will be discarded.