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1. Carbon Nanomaterials
Carbon nanomaterials have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to their intriguing structures and excellent electronic, mechanical, and thermal properties. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the synthesis, structures, processing, and assembly of carbon nanomaterials, their chemical and physical properties, and their potential applications. Session topics include but not limited to:
(1) Synthesis and processing of carbon nanomaterials (graphene, graphdiyne, carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, porous carbon, graphite, hollow carbon, hard carbon, carbon black, hierarchical nanostructured carbon, nanocarbon based hybrids/composites, and so on);
(2) Structures and characterizations; physical and chemical properties; nanocarbon based composites;
(3) Nanocarbon based electronics and optoelectronics; nanocarbon based electrochemistry and energy devices; nanocarbon based thermal management; nanocarbon based biological applications; nanocarbon based catalysis; structure modeling and simulation.

                                                        
             Liming Xie
             Linjie Zhi
         Qiang Zhang
                  Chi Li
National Center for Nanoscience
       and 
Technology, China
 
National Center for Nanoscienc
    and
 
Technology, China
     Tsinghua University, 
              China
National Center for Nanoscienc
       and 
Technology, China
 
Carbon nanomaterials have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to their intriguing structures and excellent electronic, mechanical, and thermal properties. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the synthesis, structures, processing, and assembly of carbon nanomaterials, their chemical and physical properties, and their potential applications. Session topics include but not limited to:
(1) Synthesis and processing of carbon nanomaterials (graphene, graphdiyne, carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, porous carbon, graphite, hollow carbon, hard carbon, carbon black, hierarchical nanostructured carbon, nanocarbon based hybrids/composites, and so on);
(2) Structures and characterizations; physical and chemical properties; nanocarbon based composites;
(3) Nanocarbon based electronics and optoelectronics; nanocarbon based electrochemistry and energy devices; nanocarbon based thermal management; nanocarbon based biological applications; nanocarbon based catalysis; structure modeling and simulation.
Liming Xie
National Center for
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
 
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
Qiang Zhang
Tsinghua University, 
China
Chi Li
National Center for 
Nanosciencand 
Technology, China
 
2. Inorganic and porous Nanomaterials
Inorganic nanomaterials, nano clusters, inorganic nano structures, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs) and conjugated microporous polymers (CMPs) have drawn great attention by virtue of their promising properties in catalysis, gas adsorption and separation, light-emission, sensor as well as energy storage. The overall aim of this sub-conference is to bring science and technology together on design, synthesis and application of inorganic nanomaterials and MOFs/COFs/CMPs.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
New-type inorganic nanomaterials; formation mechanism of inorganic nanomaterials; synthetic methodology of inorganic nanomaterials; properties and application of inorganic nanomaterials; novel MOFs/COFs/CMPs structures; controlled synthesis of MOFs/COFs/CMPs; properties and application of MOFs/COFs/CMPs.



Xun Wang 
Tsinghua University, 
China
Beijing Institute of 
Technology, China

Yong Yan
National Center for Nanoscience 
and Technology, China

Inorganic nanomaterials, nano clusters, inorganic nano structures, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs) and conjugated microporous polymers (CMPs) have drawn great attention by virtue of their promising properties in catalysis, gas adsorption and separation, light-emission, sensor as well as energy storage. The overall aim of this sub-conference is to bring science and technology together on design, synthesis and application of inorganic nanomaterials and MOFs/COFs/CMPs.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
New-type inorganic nanomaterials; formation mechanism of inorganic nanomaterials; synthetic methodology of inorganic nanomaterials; properties and application of inorganic nanomaterials; novel MOFs/COFs/CMPs structures; controlled synthesis of MOFs/COFs/CMPs; properties and application of MOFs/COFs/CMPs.

 
Xun Wang 
Tsinghua University, 
China

Beijing Institute of 
Technology, China

Yong Yan 
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China





3. Optoelectronics and Printing Devices
Optoelectronic nanomaterials and devices have emerged as a major technology and applications domain of nanoscience and technology, such as nanoelectronics and nanophotonics based on nanomaterials and organic semiconductors. With the rapid advancing of nanoscience and nanotechnology, printing technology becomes a critical approach for electronic device manufacturing. Presently, there are continuous callings for functional printing nanomaterials and novel printing technologies; at the same time, printed devices with unprecedented functions will certainly emerge. 
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to: 
1. Molecular electronics and spintronics: Molecular scaled devices such as light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors, memory devices, single molecular devices, molecular shuttle, molecular machines, molecular spin valves and functional spintronic devices; 2. Nanomaterials: The materials with electronic, photonic, and photoelectric or photovoltaic effect at nanoscale, photonic crystals and quantum dots; 3. Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics: Nanofabrication, nanocircuitry, nanogenerators, bio-nano generators, photodiodes, photovoltaic devices, photoresistors, phototransistors, photomultipliers and integrated optical circuit (IOC) elements; 4. Printed electronics: Printed devices; Wearable sensors; Up-scale printing; 5. Printing manipulation: Surface wettability patterning; Droplet manipulation; Assembly via printing; 6. 3D Printing: 3D printing materials; 3D printing devices; Applications of 3D printing technology.                                          

 
CAS,  China  

Zhaohui Wang
Tsinghua University, 
China

Liqiang Li
Tianjin university, 
China  
  Xiangnan Sun
National Center for Nanoscience 
     and Technology,China
Optoelectronic nanomaterials and devices have emerged as a major technology and applications domain of nanoscience and technology, such as nanoelectronics and nanophotonics based on nanomaterials and organic semiconductors. With the rapid advancing of nanoscience and nanotechnology, printing technology becomes a critical approach for electronic device manufacturing. Presently, there are continuous callings for functional printing nanomaterials and novel printing technologies; at the same time, printed devices with unprecedented functions will certainly emerge. 
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to: 
1. Molecular electronics and spintronics: Molecular scaled devices such as light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors, memory devices, single molecular devices, molecular shuttle, molecular machines, molecular spin valves and functional spintronic devices; 2. Nanomaterials: The materials with electronic, photonic, and photoelectric or photovoltaic effect at nanoscale, photonic crystals and quantum dots; 3. Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics: Nanofabrication, nanocircuitry, nanogenerators, bio-nano generators, photodiodes, photovoltaic devices, photoresistors, phototransistors, photomultipliers and integrated optical circuit (IOC) elements; 4. Printed electronics: Printed devices; Wearable sensors; Up-scale printing; 5. Printing manipulation: Surface wettability patterning; Droplet manipulation; Assembly via printing; 6. 3D Printing: 3D printing materials; 3D printing devices; Applications of 3D printing technology.

   
   Institue of Chemistry, 
CAS,  China
Zhaohui Wang
Tsinghua University, 
China
Tianjin university, 
China  
Xiangnan Sun
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology,China
4. Advanced 2D nanomaterials and Devices
2D materials beyond graphene and nanodevices are at the forefront of both fundamental nanoscience research and practical device applications. This sub-conference covers the fundamental principles, models, fabrication processes, integration and testing of nanodevices and nanosystems for information and energy technologies.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
1. Two-dimensional materials and properties: TMDCs, etc.; 2. Nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices: Neuromorphic Devices, FET transistors, circuits, memory, sensors, photonic devices, spintronic devices, etc.; 3. Energy Storage and conversion materials and devices: photovoltaic devices, thermoelectric devices, piezoelectric nanogenerators, solar cells, batteries, supercapacitors; 4. Flexible and printed electronics; 5. Device and system modeling and simulation.





                 Jun He
     Wuhan University, China
                 LeiLiao
      Hunan University, China
             Hailin Peng
     Peking University, China
                   Zhenxing Wang
        National Center for Nanoscience
               and Technology, China
2D materials beyond graphene and nanodevices are at the forefront of both fundamental nanoscience research and practical device applications. This sub-conference covers the fundamental principles, models, fabrication processes, integration and testing of nanodevices and nanosystems for information and energy technologies.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
1. Two-dimensional materials and properties: TMDCs, etc.; 2. Nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices: Neuromorphic Devices, FET transistors, circuits, memory, sensors, photonic devices, spintronic devices, etc.; 3. Energy Storage and conversion materials and devices: photovoltaic devices, thermoelectric devices, piezoelectric nanogenerators, solar cells, batteries, supercapacitors; 4. Flexible and printed electronics; 5. Device and system modeling and simulation.
Wuhan University,
China
  Hunan University, 
China
Peking University,
China
  National Center for   
  Nanoscience and
  Technology, China
5. Nano-composites and applications

Nano-composites have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to outstanding mechanical, electrical, thermal, and other fantastic functions. Nanocomposites show promising applications in many fields, including environment, energy, life, health, national safety, artificial intelligence and robots, electric devices, batteries, vehicles, and ships etc. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the fabrication, characterization, and applications of nano-composites.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to: 
1. New fabrication technique for assembling nanocomposites; 2, New characterization technique for structure and performance of nanocomposites; 3. 1D fiber/2D film/3D bulk nanocomposites based on nanoclay, carbon nanotube, graphene, MXene, etc.; 4. Multifunctional nanocomposites including mechanical, electrical, thermal, EMI shielding, etc.; 5. Smart and intelligent nanocomposites including self-healing, self-monitoring, adaptive, environmental response, etc.; 6. Nanocomposites applications in electrical and energy devices, such as supercapacitors, batteries, etc.; 7. Nanocomposites for actuator, artificial muscle, sensor, etc.; 8. Light-weighted structural nanocomposites used in vehicle, aerospace, etc.






                     Zhong Zhang
         National Center for Nanoscience
               and Technology, China
              Fei Wei
     Tsinghua University,
               China

               Liqun Zhang
          Beijing University of 
      Chemical Technology,China

        Qunfeng Cheng
       Beihang University,
                 China

 

Nano-composites have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to outstanding mechanical, electrical, thermal, and other fantastic functions. Nanocomposites show promising applications in many fields, including environment, energy, life, health, national safety, artificial intelligence and robots, electric devices, batteries, vehicles, and ships etc. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the fabrication, characterization, and applications of nano-composites.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to: 
1. New fabrication technique for assembling nanocomposites; 2, New characterization technique for structure and performance of nanocomposites; 3. 1D fiber/2D film/3D bulk nanocomposites based on nanoclay, carbon nanotube, graphene, MXene, etc.; 4. Multifunctional nanocomposites including mechanical, electrical, thermal, EMI shielding, etc.; 5. Smart and intelligent nanocomposites including self-healing, self-monitoring, adaptive, environmental response, etc.; 6. Nanocomposites applications in electrical and energy devices, such as supercapacitors, batteries, etc.; 7. Nanocomposites for actuator, artificial muscle, sensor, etc.; 8. Light-weighted structural nanocomposites used in vehicle, aerospace, etc.


  National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
 Fei Wei
Tsinghua University,
China
Liqun Zhang
Beijing University of 
Chemical Technology,
China

 Beihang University,
China

6. Nanocatalysis
Nanocatalysis has been the center of nanoscience and nanotechnology, which benefits catalysis in profound ways. Nanostructures and nanopores allow researchers to control the dispersion of active sites, promote desired diffusion pathway of reaction species. Precise size and facet control as well as assembly of nanoparticles into hierarchical structures lead to new type of catalysts with unprecedented activity and selectivity. Well-defined photo/electrochemical properties have also broaden our abilities to use photons and (in-built) electric fields for the further applications in such as water splitting, sustainable C1 conversion, N2 fixation and pollutant degradation, the tremendous and the most exciting concerns all over the world. Nanocatalysis has become frontier in chemical synthesis, environmental protection, clean energy, etc. in the background of exhaustion of fossil fuels and carbon resources along with the gradual increase of atmospheric CO2 concentration.
Sub-conference topics include but are not limited to:
Design, preparation and characterization of nanostructured and nanoporous catalysts; Structural and catalytic characterizations; Computational modeling of reactions on nanocatalysts, especially defect-doped or faceted-catalysts. Applications of nanocatalysts: Efficient chemical synthesis with high activity and selectivity in important reactions; Nano-induced new catalytic routes; Energy catalysis (oxygen reduction reaction, water splitting, CO/CO2 reduction, N2 reduction, etc.); Environmental catalysis (pollution abatement, NOx, SOx and VOCs degradation, etc.)


        
 Tierui Zhang
Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS, China
 Dongsheng Xu
Peking University, China
Weiguo Song
Institute of Chemistry,
CAS, China

National Center for Nanoscience       
       and Technology, China
Nanocatalysis has been the center of nanoscience and nanotechnology, which benefits catalysis in profound ways. Nanostructures and nanopores allow researchers to control the dispersion of active sites, promote desired diffusion pathway of reaction species. Precise size and facet control as well as assembly of nanoparticles into hierarchical structures lead to new type of catalysts with unprecedented activity and selectivity. Well-defined photo/electrochemical properties have also broaden our abilities to use photons and (in-built) electric fields for the further applications in such as water splitting, sustainable C1 conversion, N2 fixation and pollutant degradation, the tremendous and the most exciting concerns all over the world. Nanocatalysis has become frontier in chemical synthesis, environmental protection, clean energy, etc. in the background of exhaustion of fossil fuels and carbon resources along with the gradual increase of atmospheric CO2 concentration.
Sub-conference topics include but are not limited to:
Design, preparation and characterization of nanostructured and nanoporous catalysts; Structural and catalytic characterizations; Computational modeling of reactions on nanocatalysts, especially defect-doped or faceted-catalysts. Applications of nanocatalysts: Efficient chemical synthesis with high activity and selectivity in important reactions; Nano-induced new catalytic routes; Energy catalysis (oxygen reduction reaction, water splitting, CO/CO2 reduction, N2 reduction, etc.); Environmental catalysis (pollution abatement, NOx, SOx and VOCs degradation, etc.)

 Tierui Zhang
Technical Institute of
Physics and Chemistry,
CAS, China
 Dongsheng Xu
Peking University,
China
Weiguo Song
Institute of Chemistry,
CAS, China
Guodong Li
National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China
7. Energy Nanotechnology
Energy issues are global concerns that demand solutions from nanotechnology. This sub-conference aims at sharing recent progress and exploring the potential of the energy nanotechnology. The topics of energy and environment nanotechnology
sub-conference include:
1. Nanotechnology for new energy conversion and storage: Triboelectric nanomaterials and nanogenerators; Piezoelectric nanomaterials and nanogenerators; Water splitting; Supercapacitor; Batteries (Lithium ion, Lithium air, Lithium Sulfur, Magnesium air, Sodium Sulfur, etc); Hydrogen storage; Fuel cell; Solar cell. 2. Nanotechnology for conventional energy industry: Nanocatalysis; Enhanced oil recovery; Oil transportation; Coal to chemical conversion; Gas purification and separation; Carbon dioxide capture and sequestration.

 Dan Wang
Institute of Process Engineering, CAS, China
 Caofeng Pan
Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy
and Nanosystems, CAS, China
Yu zhang
Beihang University, China
Huiqiong Zhou
National Center for Nanoscience
and Technology, China
Energy issues are global concerns that demand solutions from nanotechnology. This sub-conference aims at sharing recent progress and exploring the potential of the energy nanotechnology. The topics of energy and environment nanotechnology
sub-conference include:
1. Nanotechnology for new energy conversion and storage: Triboelectric nanomaterials and nanogenerators; Piezoelectric nanomaterials and nanogenerators; Water splitting; Supercapacitor; Batteries (Lithium ion, Lithium air, Lithium Sulfur, Magnesium air, Sodium Sulfur, etc); Hydrogen storage; Fuel cell; Solar cell. 2. Nanotechnology for conventional energy industry: Nanocatalysis; Enhanced oil recovery; Oil transportation; Coal to chemical conversion; Gas purification and separation; Carbon dioxide capture and sequestration.

Dan Wang
Institute of
Process Engineering,
CAS, China

Beijing Institute of 
Nanoenergy and 
Nanosystems, CAS, China
Yu zhang
Beihang University,
China

Huiqiong Zhou
National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China

8. Nanophotonics and Optoelectronics
Nanophotonics deals with the light-matter interaction on a nanometer scale, and optoelectronics is the study of electronic systems associated with light. The session Nanophotonics and Optoelectronics covers all aspects about the fundamentals and applications of nanophotonics and optoelectronics. It includes but is not limited to plasmonics, metasurface, near-field optics, photonic crystal, micro-cavity, lasers, polaritons, waveguide, photodetection, solar cell, phototransistor, light-emitting diode, etc.


 

           
            Qihua Xiong
      Tsinghua University, 
                 
China

        Shunping Zhang
        Wuhan University, 
                 China 
                  Xinfeng Liu
Nanoscience             and Technology, China
                Xiaoxia Yang
   
National Center for Nanoscience 
          and Technology, China
Nanophotonics deals with the light-matter interaction on a nanometer scale, and optoelectronics is the study of electronic systems associated with light. The session Nanophotonics and Optoelectronics covers all aspects about the fundamentals and applications of nanophotonics and optoelectronics. It includes but is not limited to plasmonics, metasurface, near-field optics, photonic crystal, micro-cavity, lasers, polaritons, waveguide, photodetection, solar cell, phototransistor, light-emitting diode, etc.


Tsinghua University, 
China
Wuhan University,
China


Xinfeng Liu
Nanoscience  and 
Technology, China
  Xiaoxia Yang
   
National Center for
Nanoscience 
and 
Technology, China



9. Nanocharacterization and Metrology
Characterization and metrology are the basis of nanoscience and nanotechnology, which aim at developing state-of-the-art techniques and accurate measurements for characterizing various nanostructures ranging from surface topographies, individual nanoparticles to bulk nanomaterials, to enable and promote applications of nanotechnology in research, development and industry. This session covers characterization and metrology of all types of nanostructures including inorganic, organic and carbonaceous. 
Topics include but not limited to: 
Single molecule physics and chemistry; surface science; high-resolution structural characterization; high resolution chemical and biological recognition; nanoscale electrical/optical/mechanical characterization; sub-surface nanoscale imaging and characterization; modeling and simulation for nanocharacterization; traceable measurements and instrumentation; uncertainty assessment associated with nanoscale measurements; reference materials and standards.

                                                                   
             Guanglu Ge
              Xiaohui Qiu
         Zhenhua Ni
           Qing Zhang
 National Center for Nanoscience
       and 
Technology, China
National Center for Nanoscience
       and 
Technology, China
  Southeast University, 
            China
       Peking University, 
                China

Characterization and metrology are the basis of nanoscience and nanotechnology, which aim at developing state-of-the-art techniques and accurate measurements for characterizing various nanostructures ranging from surface topographies, individual nanoparticles to bulk nanomaterials, to enable and promote applications of nanotechnology in research, development and industry. This session covers characterization and metrology of all types of nanostructures including inorganic, organic and carbonaceous.
Topics include but not limited to:
Single molecule physics and chemistry; surface science; high-resolution structural characterization; high resolution chemical and biological recognition; nanoscale electrical/optical/mechanical characterization; sub-surface nanoscale imaging and characterization; modeling and simulation for nanocharacterization; traceable measurements and instrumentation; uncertainty assessment associated with nanoscale measurements; reference materials and standards.
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
Xiaohui Qiu
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
Southeast University, 
China
    Peking University, 
China
10. Modeling and Simulation of Nanostructures
Theoretical and computational modeling has proved tremendously successful in fields of traditional science and engineering. One of the greatest challenges for the computational community is to extend the success of computational modeling to emerging and interdisciplinary fields, in particular to nanoscience and nanotechnology. The proposed “Modeling and simulation of nanostructures” sub-conference will provide an opportunity for computational specialists to present and exchange experiences and ideas on applying theoretic methods/techniques in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
Growth principles and self-assembly of functional nanostructures; electronic, optical, magnetic and mechanical properties of low-dimensional materials; bio-nano-materials; catalysis of nanostructures; transport phenomenon at nanoscale; development of computational methods. 

 Xinghua Shi
National Center for Nanoscience
and Technology, China
 Shixuan Du
Institute of Physics, CAS, China
Litang Yan
Tsinghua University, China
Theoretical and computational modeling has proved tremendously successful in fields of traditional science and engineering. One of the greatest challenges for the computational community is to extend the success of computational modeling to emerging and interdisciplinary fields, in particular to nanoscience and nanotechnology. The proposed “Modeling and simulation of nanostructures” sub-conference will provide an opportunity for computational specialists to present and exchange experiences and ideas on applying theoretic methods/techniques in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
Growth principles and self-assembly of functional nanostructures; electronic, optical, magnetic and mechanical properties of low-dimensional materials; bio-nano-materials; catalysis of nanostructures; transport phenomenon at nanoscale; development of computational methods. 

 Xinghua Shi
National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China
 Shixuan Du
Institute of Physics,
CAS, China
Litang Yan
Tsinghua University,
China
11. Biological and Bioinspired Nanomaterials
Biological and Bioinspired Nanomaterials have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to excellent chemical and physical properties and fantastic functions. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the synthesis, structures, processing, and assembly of biological and bioinspired nanomaterials, their chemical and physical properties, and their functions and potential applications.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
1. Biomolecules assembly; 2. Nanodevices design, such as bioinspired nanomachines, etc; 3. Bioinspired supramolecular hydrogel and applications; 4. Bioinspired interfacial nanomaterials; 5. Superwettability nanomaterials; 6. Bioinspired smart nanomaterials; 7. Bioinspired 1D fiber/2D film/3D bulk nanomaterials; 8. Bioinspired actuator, sensor, artificial muscle, etc.

 Dongsheng Liu
Tsinghua University, China
 Shutao Wang
Technical institute of physics and
chemistry, CAS, China
Baoquan Ding
National Center for Nanoscience
and Technology, China
Biological and Bioinspired Nanomaterials have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to excellent chemical and physical properties and fantastic functions. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the synthesis, structures, processing, and assembly of biological and bioinspired nanomaterials, their chemical and physical properties, and their functions and potential applications.
Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
1. Biomolecules assembly; 2. Nanodevices design, such as bioinspired nanomachines, etc; 3. Bioinspired supramolecular hydrogel and applications; 4. Bioinspired interfacial nanomaterials; 5. Superwettability nanomaterials; 6. Bioinspired smart nanomaterials; 7. Bioinspired 1D fiber/2D film/3D bulk nanomaterials; 8. Bioinspired actuator, sensor, artificial muscle, etc.
Tsinghua University,
China

Shutao Wang
Technical institute of 
physics and chemistry, 
CAS, China

National Center for
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China

12. Nano-bio Analysis,Nanobioimgaing and Diagonsotics
Nanoscience and Technology have exhibited great potentials for bioimaging and disease diagnostics. This symposium aims at covering the recent progress in the topics for material sciences, nano-bio interactions, biotechnology and medicine. 
Session topics include but not limited to: 
(1) Imaging nanoprobes; (2) Nanotechnology based In vitro/In vivo diagnostics; (3) Molecular Imaging: optical, MRI, PET, CT, etc.; (4) Biomedical Engineering; (5) Nanotheranostics.

                                                              
           Chunying Chen
             Hao Wang
         Zhuang Liu
           Tie Wang
 National Center for Nanoscience
        and 
Technology, China
National Center for Nanoscience
     and
 Technology, China
   Soochow University, 
             China
 Institute of Chemistry,
           CAS, China
Nanoscience and Technology have exhibited great potentials for bioimaging and disease diagnostics. This symposium aims at covering the recent progress in the topics for material sciences, nano-bio interactions, biotechnology and medicine. 
Session topics include but not limited to: 
(1) Imaging nanoprobes; (2) Nanotechnology based In vitro/In vivo diagnostics; (3) Molecular Imaging: optical, MRI, PET, CT, etc.; (4) Biomedical Engineering; (5) Nanotheranostics.


Chunying Chen
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China
Hao Wang
National Center for 
Nanoscience and 
Technology, China



Soochow University, 
China
Institute of Chemistry,
CAS, China
13. Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine
Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine have demonstrated great promise for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. This symposium aims at covering the cutting-edge advances of nanomedicine, nanobiology and nanobiotechnologies.
Session topics include but not limited to:
(1) Nanomedicine and Nanopharmaceutics; (2) Biomedical Nanomaterials and Engineering; (3) Nanoprobes for Molecular Imaging: Optical, MRI, PET, CT, etc.; (4) Tumor Microenvironment Modulation and Cancer Immunotherapy; (5) Nanobiotechnology for Disease Diagnosis and Therapy; (6) Nanobiomaterials and Biomimetic Nanomaterials; (7) Fundamental and Translational Nanomedicine.

 XingJie  Liang
 National Center for Nanoscience
and Technology, China
 Lele  Li
National Center for Nanoscience
and Technology, China
Haijun  Yu
Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica,
CAS, China

Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine have demonstrated great promise for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. This symposium aims at covering the cutting-edge advances of nanomedicine, nanobiology and nanobiotechnologies.
Session topics include but not limited to:
(1) Nanomedicine and Nanopharmaceutics; (2) Biomedical Nanomaterials and Engineering; (3) Nanoprobes for Molecular Imaging: Optical, MRI, PET, CT, etc.; (4) Tumor Microenvironment Modulation and Cancer Immunotherapy; (5) Nanobiotechnology for Disease Diagnosis and Therapy; (6) Nanobiomaterials and Biomimetic Nanomaterials; (7) Fundamental and Translational Nanomedicine.

 XingJie  Liang
 National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China
 Lele  Li
National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China
Haijun  Yu
Shanghai Institute
of Materia Medica,
CAS, China
14. Safety, Environment and Health of Nanomaterials
Nanotechnology shows great potential in environmental pollution control and remediation, and the environmental safety and impact assessment of nanomaterials is always important. It is of great importance to carefully evaluate the risks to the environment and human beings for applications of the emerging nanoproducts. This symposium aims to deliver the recent advances of nanomaterials relevant to the environmental applications and processes, human and environmental exposure, hazard identification and risk assessment and underlying toxicological mechanisms. Topics related to the improvement of biocompatibility are also welcomed.
Research topics include, but not limited to the following areas:
Environmental applications of nanomaterials (analysis of environmental pollutants, pollution control and remediation); environmental processes of nanomaterials (occurrence, transformation, fate and transport); human toxicology; nano-bio interfaces; pharmacokinetics and particokinetics; safe design of nanomaterials; human exposure to nano-consumer products (e.g. medical devices, paints, cosmetics, electronics and clothing); exposure scenarios and risk assessment of nanomaterials; ecotoxicology and risk assessment; ethical, legal and social issues of nanotechnology; methodology for analyzing the metabolism of nanomaterials in vivo/vitro; theoretical simulation of nanomaterials-biomolecule interaction and how to use this tool to better understand the safety of nanomaterials.

           
                Huan Meng
National Center for Nanoscience 
         and Technology, China
                     Sijin Liu 
            Research Center for
       Eco-Environmental Sciences,

                   CAS, China
                   Jingfu Liu
             Research Center for
       Eco-Environmental Sciences,

                   CAS, China
        Ruibin Li
Soochow University,              China
Nanotechnology shows great potential in environmental pollution control and remediation, and the environmental safety and impact assessment of nanomaterials is always important. It is of great importance to carefully evaluate the risks to the environment and human beings for applications of the emerging nanoproducts. This symposium aims to deliver the recent advances of nanomaterials relevant to the environmental applications and processes, human and environmental exposure, hazard identification and risk assessment and underlying toxicological mechanisms. Topics related to the improvement of biocompatibility are also welcomed. 
Research topics include, but not limited to the following areas: 
Environmental applications of nanomaterials (analysis of environmental pollutants, pollution control and remediation); environmental processes of nanomaterials (occurrence, transformation, fate and transport); human toxicology; nano-bio interfaces; pharmacokinetics and particokinetics; safe design of nanomaterials; human exposure to nano-consumer products (e.g. medical devices, paints, cosmetics, electronics and clothing); exposure scenarios and risk assessment of nanomaterials; ecotoxicology and risk assessment; ethical, legal and social issues of nanotechnology; methodology for analyzing the metabolism of nanomaterials in vivo/vitro; theoretical simulation of nanomaterials-biomolecule interaction and how to use this tool to better understand the safety of nanomaterials.

  
Huan Meng
National Center for
Nanoscience and
Technology, China

Sijin Liu 
Research Center for 
Eco-Environmental
Sciences, 
CAS, China

  
Jingfu Liu
Research Center for
Eco-Environmental
Sciences, 
CAS, China
Ruibin Li
Soochow University,
China