Welcome to NanoTrends 2011


Nano-manufacturing has been thriving as an emerging technology during the past 20 years, and is calling for more attention. Because of the diverse methods used for manufacturing nano-materials, devices, and systems, there is an urgent need to identify trends in nano-manufacturing. The 1st Forum on Trends in Nano-Manufacturing (NanoTrends), organized by the University of Science and Technology of China will be held from October 10-14, 2011 in Hefei, Anhui, China.

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to attend the 1st Forum on Trends in Nano-Manufacturing (NanoTrends). We aim to provide a platform to illustrate the latest research achievements and findings amongst academics, research institutions and industries, and to discuss the future trends in nano-manufacturing. We will invite world leading scientists to present the latest research results and the foresight thinking. About100 delegates are expected to attend the forum.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

[1]. Manufacturing at nano-scale based on physical/chemical/biological principle
[2]. Macroscopic manufacturing with nano precision
[3]. Manufacturing at multi-scales (nano/micro/macro)
[4]. Accuracy theory and metrology of nano-manufacturing
[5]. New principles of nano/micro manufacturing equipments
[6]. Nano devices/systems
[7]. Theory and modeling in nano-manufacturing
[8]. Future prospects of nano-manufacturing
[9]. Industrial application and standardization of nano-manufacturing

Thank you very much and welcome to NanoTrends 2011.




Jianguo Hou
General Chair of NanoTrends 2011
President, University of Science and Technology of China
96 Jinzhai Road
Hefei, Anhui 230026, P. R. China
Tel: +86-(0)-551-3600123



       Abstract submission deadline:
       May. 20, 2011
       Acceptance notification:
       June. 30, 2011
       Early registration:
       Aug. 31, 2011
       Manuscript submission deadline:
       Aug. 31, 2011


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Keynote Speakers

Prof. Stephen Y. Chou Princeton University, USA Nanoimprint -Enabling Engine for Nanotechnology and Commercialization
Prof. Oscar Custance National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan Complex atomic assemblies produced at room temperature using atomic force microscopy
Prof. Charalabos Doumanidis National Science Foundation, USA
The Nano-World as a Manufacturing Playground: The Vision of Nanomanufacturing at NSF
Prof. Fengzhou Fang Tianjing University, China Machining mechanism at multi-scales

Dr. Jens Fl┨gge Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Germany Developments in dimensional Nanometrology
Prof. Min Gu Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Nanophotonics-enabled multi-dimensional optical data storage
Prof. Lei Jiang Institute of Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Bio-Inspired, Smart, Multiscale Interfacial Materials
Prof. Lin Li Manchester University, UK Laser Nano-manufacturing - State of the Art and Future Prospects
Prof. Yongfeng Lu Nebraska Lincoln University, USA Laser nanomanufacturing of carbon structures and devices
Prof. Henry I. Smith Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA Three-dimensional Nanostructures by Aligned Stacking of Pre-Patterned Single-Cystal Membranes
Prof. Zhaozhong Wang French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), France Nanodevice beyond INTEL 22 nm technology
Prof. Zhonglin Wang Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Zinc Oxide Based Nanomanufacturing: from energy harvesting to piezotronics
Prof. Xianfan Xu Purdue University, USA Extraordinary Field Enhancement of Nanoscale Antenna and Antenna Array: Fundamental and Applications
Prof. Shuhong Yu University of Science and Technology of China, China Self-assembly of 1D and 2D Nanobuilding Blocks: Bio-inspired Approach and Applications
Prof. Xiang Zhang University of California, Berkeley, USA Scalable Plasmonic Nano Manufacturing

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