22nd Edition of International Conference on

Nano Engineering & Technology

Theme: Future Challenges and Advanced Innovations in Nanotechnology!!

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Holiday Inn Aurelia Rome, Italy

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Previous Conference Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

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Michael Hietschold

Technische Universität Chemnitz

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Uma Batra

PEC University of Technology

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Xuewen Shu

Huazhong University of Science and Technology

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Dongsheng Li

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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Oliver G. Schmidt

Technical University of Chemnitz

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Abdel Salam H Makhlouf

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

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Agnès Bonvilain

University of Grenoble Alpes

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Ashley Gasiorowski

Kansas State University

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Fabian Davamani

B K Mody Government Pharmacy College

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Walter Harrington

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

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Jacqueline Nolan

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

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Kai A Carey

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Tracks & Key Topics

Nano Engineering 2018

About Conference

Euroscicon invites globally all the leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars from the Nano Engineering and technology to attend 22nd Edition of International Conference on Nano Engineering & Technology is scheduled from December 10-11,2018 at Rome, Italy.EuroSciCon is the UK based independent life science Events Company with predominantly business and academic client base.

The 2018 meeting is going to be dynamic and informative as it provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Nanotechnology. The theme of the conference is about “Future Challenges and Advanced Innovations in Nanotechnology!!!”

This is a 2-day event. During the conference you can participate in General Sessions, Poster Presentations, and Workshops/Symposium, Meet-the-Professor Sessions, Oral Presentations and other interactive and informal exchanges.International symposiums, Panel Discussion and B2B meetings are organized based on the specific topics related to Nano Engineering and technology.

Topics discussed will be the forthcoming use of Nano technology  in healthcare, electronics Nano materials, Nano Technology tools, Robotics, Computational Techniques and many more and other areas most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Nano engineering & Nano technology.

We trust you will discover the Meeting beneficial, enlightening and agreeable. We want to personally thank the speakers, moderators, and other volunteers who are participating in the planning of this conference.  Everyone’s energy is endless and everyone’s positive attitudes have amazed us throughout the year.

Scientific Sessions

Nano Photonics is seen as a crucial technology which is expected to play a complementary role to micro/Nano electronics on chip and extend the capacity of telecommunication networks. Latest research is going on Nano photonics are Stability Formulation for Integrated Opto-mechanic Phase Shifters. Broadband achromatic metalens. From Two-Photon to Three-Photon Absorption. Detection of chemical and biological warfare agents. ​Fundamental and applied research into flexible electronics. Experimentation in electron beam lithography.
  • Optoelectronics and Microelectronics
  • Spectroscopy and Microscopy
  • Metamaterials
  • Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterial’s
  • Optical properties of nanostructures
  • Optics and transport on 2D materials
  • Nano-Opto mechanics
  • Quantum Nano-optics
  • Nano scale photo thermal effects
  • Quantum electronics
Ceramics and glass Materials are inorganic, non-metallic materials consisting of metallic and non-metallic elements. The high strength bonds in Ceramic & Glass Material gives rise to some of its special characteristics. They occupy a unique place in the field of engineered materials offering many desirable alternatives to the metals and polymers in common usage.
  • Ceramic engineering 
  • Bio ceramic Materials
  • Ceramic & Metal Material
  • Ceramics Manufacturers and Market Analysis
  • Applications in Medical Technology
  • Synthesis & Characterization of Nano structured ceramics
  • Future Advances in Ceramics
The Nano gadgets and Nanostructures have introduced a super exchange of the human race with its Nano way of life gadgets.. Nano scale materials are a broadly defined set of substances that have at least one critical dimension less than 100 nanometers and possess unique optical, magnetic, or electrical properties. Ultrafine particulate matter is a well-known example of nanoscale particles found in the environment
  • Nano Medical Devices
  • Nano Wires
  • Magnetic Nano Particles
  • Nano surface engineering
  • System integration, NEMS
  • Modelling and simulation of Nano materials & Nano devices
  • Nano scale process engineering 
  • Nano device fabrication
  • Nano manufacturing techniques
Biosensors converts the biological response into an electrical signals thereby the measurement is possible. The bio receptor may be a living organism or biological molecules, especially enzymes or antibodies. Measurement of target analyze without using any reagent is an added advantage of biosensor. New Sensor with a Breathalyzer. Optomechanical Nano sensor .hypoallergenic Electronic Sensor .optical Nano sensor Enhances Accuracy of Brain Mapping
  • Optical Nano sensors
  • Biosensor and Bio printing 
  • Nano biosensors
  • Magnetic Sensors
  • Muscular Biopolymers
  • Latest Research & Applications of Nano sensing
  • Nano sensors Applications in Agriculture & Food Industry
  • Nano sensors for Chemical and Biological Applications
  • Nano sensors in Aquaculture
Nano Robotics is a field under continuous development. It involves the construction of robots of the size of 10^-9m. In the last decade many Nano robots have made their way out of the drawing boards to enter into the human body and do things beyond. These robots play a key role in the field of biomedicine particularly used for the removal of kidney stone, treatment of cancer & elimination of defected part in the DNA structure etc. Special networks of stationery Nano robots will be positioned throughout the body which will keep the track of each active Nano robot passes & then report the results. Nanorobotics is also being developed for therapeutic manipulations.
  • Swarm Robotics
  • Biochip
  • NU bots 
  • Robotic vision, localization and navigation
  • Robotic Cholecystectomy
  • Robotic Laparoscopy
  • Nano robots in Cancer Detection and Treatment
  • Nanorobotics in Gene Therapy
  • Market Approaches
Nano biotechnology is the application of nanotechnology in biotechnology. Applications in molecular diagnostics and pharmaceuticals, which include drug discovery, drug development, and drug delivery, are described. Nano biotechnology has refined the current molecular diagnostics by extending the limits of detection to single molecules. Nanoparticles play an important role in the delivery of biological therapies, which include cell therapy, gene therapy, vaccines, RNA interference, and antisense therapeutics. The most promising application of Nano biotechnology relevant to healthcare is for the development of personalized medicine. The refinement of molecular diagnostics, combination of diagnostics with therapeutics, and targeted drug delivery play important roles in this application. Finally, the safety issues of nanoparticles are discussed including measures to address these. The future prospects of Nano biotechnology are excellent the purpose of this sub track is to show, by selected examples, how biological approaches can contribute to Nano science
  • Bio nanotechnology
  • Diagnostic applications
  • Therapeutic applications
  • Cellular Engineering
  • Sparse cell detection
  • Tissue assisted cell engineering
  • Lipid Nano technology
  • Nano viridae
  • Applications of Nano biotechnology in Plant Virus Diseases
  • Nanotechnology and Its Applications in Animal Biotechnology
Due to the lack of novel drugs for the diseases, Nano pharmaceutical has appeared as an important new breakthrough for the treatment of neglected diseases like filiarasis, leishmaniasis, leprosy, malaria, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, trypanosomiasis, and tuberculosis. New developments in Nano carriers have made promising advances in the treatment of several kinds of diseases with less toxicity, high efficacy and improved bioavailability of drugs with extended release and fewer applications. This deals with the current status of medicines in the treatment of neglected diseases and highlights how it provides key tools for exploring new perspectives in the treatment of a wide range of diseases.
  • Nano Toxicity
  • Nano Chemistry
  • Nano Pharmaceutical for drug delivery and therapy
  • Cancer Treatment
  • Treatment of neurodegenerative disorders
  • Nano Pharmaceutical in biological therapy
  • Nanotechnology tools for personalized medicine
  • Nanotechnology tools for drug development
  • Nano emulsions
  • Solid lipid nanoparticles
  • Nanoparticles of biodegradable polymers
  • Nanozymes
Green nanotechnology integrates the principles of green chemistry and green engineering to produce eco-friendly, safe, nanostructures that do not use toxic chemicals in the synthesis protocol. The parallel development of nanotechnology with green chemistry and potential synergism between the two fields can lead to sustainable methods with reduced environmental impacts, protection of resources and human health. With recent developments in nanostructures, concerns of uncertainty and risk regarding environment, health, and safety (EHS) cannot be ignored. Thus the concept of “green nanotechnology” comes to rescue. The main goal of green nanotechnology is to produce nanostructures without affecting the environment or human health. This can be a viable substitute to the conventional physical and chemical methods of synthesizing nanostructures.
  • Water filtration by Nano technology
  • Grapheme Nano technology in Solar cells
  • Greener Techniques to make Nanomaterials
  • Toxicology and analysis
  • Social and economic aspects
  • Environment Applications
  • Green Nanotechnology Challenges And Opportunities
  • Barriers to Green Chemistry Innovation
The first and foremost requirement for the choice of the biomaterial is its adequacy by the human body. A biomaterial used for implant should possess some important properties in order to long term usage in the body without reputation. The thermal stabilities of the polymer chemistry were studied by means of thermogravimetric analysis. The activation energies of the degradation of the polymer chemistry were calculated using the Arrhenius equation. The rates of polymerization of polymers in the absence and in the presence of transition metal were studied.
  • Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering 
  • Polymer Science
  • Thermodynamics of materials
  • Materials for bone repair and regeneration
  • Biomaterial Scaffolds
  • Biomaterials for drug delivery systems
  • Nanomaterials for Future Applications in Analytical Chemistry
Owing to their unique combination of physical and chemical properties such as high electrical conductivity, high surface area, high thermochemical stability, and adequate corrosion resistance, as well as particular mechanical properties, these materials have been the subject of several scientific studies. Unfortunately, the devoted effort to explore the fundamental physics, chemistry graphene, and carbon nanotubes is not enough to properly modulate in detail all the exceptional properties (including electrical, thermal, mechanical, optical, and long electron mean free paths). 
  • Characteristics of carbon-based nanomaterials 
  • Carbon Nanomaterials for Electronics and Optoelectronics 
  • Carbon nanotubes for electronic and optoelectronic applications 
  • Graphene for electronics and optoelectronics 
  • Carbon Nanomaterials for Photovoltaic Applications 
  • Carbon Nanomaterials for Sensing Applications 
  • Carbon nanotubes in Biomedical Engineering 
  • Environmental Applications of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials 
  • Recent Developments 
Track 11: Nano Medicine
Nanomedicine, the application of Nano biotechnology in medicine, is a broad term applied to all healthcare applications of Nano biotechnology. Clinical nanomedicine is used in practically all medical specialties and three areas – cancer, neurological disorders, and cardiovascular diseases – are described.
  • Improved Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment for Disease
  • Toxicity Issues 
  • Nanoparticles: Health Effects
  • Current Status of Nanomedicine Research
  • The future of Nanomedicine

Smart materials are defined as materials with properties engineered to change in a controlled manner under the influence of external stimuli. Some of the external stimuli are temperature, force, moisture, electric charge, magnetic fields and ph. The self-assembly of peptides has enormous applications in the fields of medicine and electronics. Bio-inspired engineered systems have been designed based on the mechanistic perceptions obtained from natural systems for novel self-assembled structures.  In the biological system, each cell type is programmed to display different levels of smartness.

  • Wet nanotechnology
  • Green nanotechnology
  • Nano architectonics
  • Nano biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology in Oil Industry 
  • Health impact of nanotechnology
  • Environmental impact of nanotechnology
  • Regulation of nanotechnology
  • Foundations in Nano Engineering
  • Characterization of  Nano Engineering Systems
  • Computational Modeling of Nano systems
  • Applications of nanotechnology & Nano engineering
Certain features of nanotechnology have been found that are likely to be important in determining its impact in the future. More importantly, responding to the challenge of nanotechnology will require confronting “philosophical” questions about the sort of society we wish to create and the role that technology might play in creating it.
  • Tackling climate change
  • Cancer Research
  • Genetic Therapy and Medicine
  • Nanoparticle-Filled Ink Conducts Electricity
  • Gene Therapy and Drug Delivery
  • Protective Coating for your Skin
  • Nanomaterials in the Food Supply
  • Nanotechnology in the Oil Industry
  • Challenges and risks of nanotechnology

Market Analysis

Importance & Scope:

It is often seen as a new industrial revolution, and is incrementally attracting worldwide attention owing to its wide range of end-uses. Nanotechnology has huge development prospects owing to a wide range of potential products & applications, and there is an enormous scope for its commercial extension. The global nanotechnology market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 17.5% during 2016-2022. Thus, there lies a huge chance for industry participants to tap the fast growing market. In 2015, the global nanotechnology market has shown impressive development supported by certain prominent factors, like acquiring significant amounts of public and private investments in R&D, partnerships & strategic alliances between the countries. At present, the bio-medical industry is one of the largest sectors in which Nano-enabled products have made crucial contributions, majorly in healthcare industry, with significant growth being done in other topics like electronics and energy as well. In this report, the analysts have considered the present nanotechnology marketplace on segment basis (by application, by component and by region), while covering the present market scenario as well as contributing forecasts for each of the indicated segments till 2021. The report covers an in-depth analysis of all the important segments, taking into account the key growth taking place at global level, like creations of new opportunities by different.  The global market for the nanomaterial's in the year 2006 was around US $14,000, and the global investments are to be increased 50% more by the ending of 2019. The markets for nanotechnology products and nanotechnology uses are set to grow in the coming years

Why to attend ?

22nd International Conference on Nano engineering and Nanotechnology -2018 which is going to be the biggest conference dedicated to Nano engineering  and Nanotechnology professionals providing a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest new generation technologies developed during the course of time along with discussing  their applications, this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from all over the globe. Nano engineering & Nanotechnology 2018 conference will be a great platform for demonstrations to distribute information and to meet the potential Students, Scientists Researchers Business Entrepreneurs make a splash with new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event., the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Nano engineering & Nano technology will be discussed in the hall of this conferences.

Target Audience:

•    Nano engineering and Nanotechnology Students, Scientists
•    Nano engineering and Nanotechnology Researchers
•    Nano engineering and Nanotechnology Faculty
•    Nano engineering and Nanotechnology Colleges
•    Nano and Nanotechnology Associations and Societies
•    Business Entrepreneurs
•    Training Institutes
•    Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
•    World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics and the newest updates along with the Advances in the fields of Nano engineering & Nanotechnology.

Market Analysis

Nano science involves the study of phenomena and manipulation of matter on a Nano meter scale and development of a wide range of tools, objects, structures, devices, systems and techniques of nanotechnologies. This is a fast-growing area of research and development. It is widely predicted that the nanotechnologies will become a central focus for driving economic growth in the 21st century. These fields are attracting rapidly increasing investments from governments and from businesses across the globe. The aim of the current UK Strategy for nanotechnologies is to describe the actions necessary to ensure that the UK obtains maximum economic, environmental and societal benefit from nanotechnologies while keeping the risks properly managed (EPSRC).
Nanotechnology has the ability to solve problems associated to human civilizations, pertaining to both basic needs and aspirations for a comfortable life. In addition, market trends like nanotechnology-based thin film solar cells with high efficiency; Nano materials with higher strength; robust growth in Nano fibers and Nano medicine market; etc., are booming growth in this industry. Considering the above factors, the global nanotechnology market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 19% during 2013-2017.

.Nanotechnology has been the greatest incentive to technological and industrial development in the 21st century and has been recognized as the resource for the next industrial revolution. The evolving technology has already influenced a significant impact of industrial segments, and the economic activity generated from it has been high in magnitude and wide in scope. The nanotechnology-based products, which have had an enormous impact on almost each industrial sector, are now entering the consumer market in a big way On the application front, they have analyzed nanotechnology use in electronics, energy, cosmetics, medical and defense sector. In terms of component, the nanotechnology market can be segregated into Nano materials, Nano tools and Nano devices. The report covers their present and future shares in the market


 Why in Rome, Italy

The nanotechnology market is driven by the ever increasing application base of and increasing emphasis on renewable and sustainable energy sector with the use of low cost materials. Moreover, initiatives of government for nano R&D and investments of technological giants propel the commercialization of next generation nanomaterials. The nanotechnology market is driven by increased demand from the end-use industries such as electronics, textile, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, aerospace, food and many others. Growing demand for efficient and cost-effective healthcare treatment and diagnostics propels the adoption of nanomaterials in drug delivery and medical devices sector. This is yet another reason which will drive the growth of nanotechnology in the near future.

Top Nanotechnology Universities, Organizations & Laboratories in Italy: -

  1. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
  2. CIVEN (Coordinamento Interuniversitario Veneto per le Nanotecnologie)           
  3. National Nanotechnology Laboratory
  4. Veneto Nanotech
  5. CNR-IFN
  6. LATEMAR (Laboratorio di Tecnologie Elettrobiochimiche Miniaturizzate per l'Analisi e la Ricerca)
  7. Polytechnic University of Turin
  8. University of Milano Bicocca
  9. University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  10. Carbon Nanotechnology Group
  11. Carbon Nanotechnology Group
  12. UniPerugia
  13. UniVenezia
  14. UniBologna
  15. UniTrieste

Top Nanotechnology Companies and Industries in Italy

  1. Tec Star
  2. MBN Nanomaterialia
  3. Nano-CAT
  4. SCRIBA Nanotecnologie
  5. Tethis
  6. Nanto Protective Coating
  7. FIAT
  8. Cluster Veneto

Recent Developments

In April 2012, Roberto Cingolani, director at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Genoa, Italy, and his team developed a polymer from the monomers or molecules found in paper along with nanoparticles created in the lab. This polymer was mixed in a solution to create a polymeric matrix, which can be applied to paper either by injection, rolling, dipping or spray-coating. This nanotech paper is said to be waterproof, magnetic and antibacterial.

The 2012 Winter College on Nano-Optics and Plasmonics was organized by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, and seven other organizations in order to fulfill the demands of researchers and students in developing nations. It was conducted in February at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste.

In October 2012, the 'Nanoscience and nanotechnology 2012' conference took place in Rome. It showcased the recent developments in nanoscience and its manifold technological applications in various fields.

NanotechItaly 2012 was hosted at the Convention Center of the NH Hotel Laguna Palace Venice-Mestre from November 21st to 23rd. The conference was organized to showcase global efforts in nanotechnologies under the patronage of the President of the Italian Republic.

In May 2012, a team consisting of researchers from Italy and France were honored by the European Patent Office for their invention of nano-capsules, a drug delivery system with units 70 times smaller than red blood cells and protected by a biodegradable coating - which destroy cancer cells without harming healthy tissue.

Also in the same month, a team of Italian researchers developed an all optical method to measure the temperature of gold nanostars and nanorods during nanoparticle-induced hyperthermia, a method for treating cancer with heat.

There is no shortage of companies and organisations in Italy that are involved in nanotechnology. If their nanotech developments can match the attraction of Italy as a destination for nanotech conferences and events, they will be well placed to capitalise on the nanotechnology revolution. Two areas of synergy for Italy would be textiles and clothing and chemicals with existing industries well placed to be able to integrate nanotech solutions into new products.


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