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May 13, 2019    Brussels, Belgium

Nanotechnology: Nanotechnology is the engineering of tiny machines. This will be done inside personal Nano factories using techniques and tools being developed today to make advanced products. This will result in a manufacturing revolution. A Nanometre is one billionth of a meter, probably the width of three or four atoms.           

Ethics in Nanotechnology: The Ethics of Nanotechnology Introduction Imagine a world in which cars can be assembled molecule-by-molecule, garbage can be disassembled and turned into beef steaks, and people can be operated on and healed by cell-sized robots. Sound like science fiction. Well, with current semiconductor chip manufacturing encroaching upon the Nanometre scale and the ability to move individual atoms at the IBM Almaden laboratory, we are fast approaching the technological ability to fabricate.

Material Sciences Engineering: New materials have been among the greatest achievements of every age and they have been central to the growth, prosperity, security, and quality of life of humans since the beginning of history. It is always new materials that open the door to new technologies, whether they are in civil, chemical, construction, nuclear, aeronautical, agricultural, mechanical, biomedical or electrical engineering. Materials are the essential substances that create most of the stuff. Materials can be human-made like the plastic or natural as the wood. There are approximately 300,000 materials that are known and this number approaches infinity as scientist combine and create materials in different ways. Most materials are categorised under a few big, general categories. 

Future Trends of Nanotechnology: For many, nanotechnology is viewed as merely a way to make stronger and lighter tennis rackets, baseball bats, hockey sticks, racing bikes, and other athletic equipment. But nanotechnology promises to do so much more. A more realistic view is that it will leave virtually no aspect of life untouched and is expected to be in widespread use by 2020. Stronger Materials/Higher Strength Composites, Scalability of Production More Commercialization, Sustainability, Nanomedicine.

Aim:
To encourage quality research and actual impact in an atmosphere of true international mutual aid between scientists, medical personnel, engineers and industry by carrying together the world-class scholars, International Groups and Industrial heads to converse the modern expansions and novelties in the research field.

Who We Are?
The LONGDOM Conferences is an expert-driven non-profit international conference organizer, initiated to provide an international forum for the appearance and discussions of cutting-edge research and development in the field of health sciences, medical sciences, clinical sciences, new technologies, engineering sciences, life sciences, and their related research.

Who Can Attend? 

  • Professors
  • Associate Professors
  • Assistant Professors
  • Ph.D. Scholars
  • Graduates and Post Graduates
  • Directors, CEO’s of Organizations
  • Head of Departments
  • Association, Association presidents and professionals
  • Research Institutes and members
  • Manufacturing Companies
  • Directors of companies and Organizations
  • Nanomaterial societies and associations
  • Nanomaterial group members

 

Mode of Participations:

  • Speaker
  • Delegate
  • Workshops
  • Poster
  • Symposiums
  • Exhibitors Booth and Stalls
  • Sponsorship
  • E-Video Presentation
  • E-poster presentation