Nanotechnology Research Conference

NanoResCon2023

27 & 28 March 2023(in-person) to 29 March 2023(virtual)
Hampton By Hilton Rome North Fiano Romano, Rome, Italy

Nanostructures, Nanosciences, Materials Sciences, Nanotechnology Applications, Regulations & Normalizations.

Secretariat

Welcome From The Conference Secretariat

 

Dear Colleagues,

Advanced Nano-materials are playing a vital in our daily lives due to their unique properties and extended applications in various industries. They are at the heart of many technological developments including biomaterials for better healthcare. Nanotechnology is being applied to many fields of science including biology, chemistry, physics and materials science in creating nanoscale materials to take advantage of their enhanced properties. Further research focusing on nanotechnology allows reporting and learning about new technologies developed and their applications in different fields of science.

The Research Catalyst is privileged to organize Nanotechnology Research Conference 2023 (NanoResCon2023) to be held during March 23-25, 2023 in Rome, Italy. The conference aims at sharing new ideas, possibilities, and latest technological advances among students, professionals, researchers, scientists and industrialists in the field of nanotechnology for providing better solutions to everyday challenges. The theme of the conference focuses on recent innovations and applications in Nanotechnology and includes technical sessions and interactive discussions.

The conference will discuss how nanotechnology helps in engineering practical systems at nanoscale to help different fields of engineering and science. Major breakthroughs in these fields and the role of nanotechnology to raise the bar in the scientific field will be the major goal of discussions and sessions of the conference.

Discussions and debates will be centered on advancements in nanotechnology and will allow participants to explore, study and share their knowledge to raise the living standards of people. Participants will also have the advantage of meeting renowned speakers of international stature on the subject and will have an opportunity to enhance their professional goals.

The conference encourages exchange of ideas and knowledge across multiple disciplines of nanotechnology and includes plenary, keynote lectures, video and poster presentations, workshops and exhibitions.

We look forward to seeing you at NanoResCon2023 in Rome.

Regards,
Kris G
Conference Secretary
The Research Catalyst

 

Conference Chairs
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Neil Thomson

University of Leeds, UK

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Hassan Karimi-Maleh

UESTC, China

Organizing Committee
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Hassan Karimi-Maleh

UESTC, China

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Maryam Azizi

UCLouvain, Belgium

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Yomna K Abdallah

UIC Barcelona, Spain

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Le Thi Mai Hoa

Vietnam National University, Vietnam

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Nader G Khaligh

University of Malaya, Malaysia

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Nik Ahmad Nizam Nik Malek

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

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Miguel García Castro

University of Malaga, Spain

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Meral Yüce

SUNUM, Turkey

Plenary Speakers
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Colm Durkan

University of Cambridge, UK

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Hassan Karimi-Maleh

UESTC, China

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Bruce Smith

Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

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Thomas J Webster

Hebei University of Technology, China

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Hadiseh Alaeian

Purdue University, USA

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Srinjoy Mitra

University of Edinburgh, UK

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Imran Ali

Jamia Millia Islamia, India

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Renaud Bachelot

University of Technology of Troyes, France

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Moti Fridman

Bar-Ilan University, Israel

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Emiliano Carretti

University of Florence, Italy

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Ibrahim M El-Sherbiny

Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt

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Okan Esenturk

METU, Turkey

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Sascha Hermann

Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.

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Yingfen Wei

Fudan University, China

Keynote speakers
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Neil Thomson

University of Leeds, UK

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Will Branford

Imperial College London, UK

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Christian Hanshans

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany.

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Miguel García Castro

University of Malaga, Spain

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Jan Paczesny

IChF, Poland

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Xianguang Yang

Jinan University, China

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Awasthi Saurabh

University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Invited speakers
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Mehdi Kamali

Rutgers University, USA

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Heinrich Haas

BioNTech RNA Pharmaceuticals GmbH, Germany

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Oliver Burton

University of Cambridge, UK

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Xiaoqin Wang

Soochow University, China

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Eliseo Benjamín Barriga Gamarra

Fluidtek S.R.L, Peru

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Syed Riyaz Ahammed

Presidency University, India

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Fabien Silly

University of Paris-Saclay, France

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Shi-Wei Chu

National Taiwan University, Taiwan- ROC

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Denise Bellisario

Mercatorum University, Italy

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Fareed Aboul Ela

Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt

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Atul Bhattad

K L University, India

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Asha Patel

Parul University, India

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Renu Vyas

MIT-ADT University, India

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Muhammad Zahid Qureshi

Qassim University, Saudi Arabia

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Dunaboyina Sri Maha Vishnu

University of Nizwa, Oman

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Jesús Alan Calderón Chavarri

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany

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Dmitry Kostyushev

First Moscow State Medical University, Russia

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Jesu Raja

Patrician College of Arts and Science, India

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I Johnson

Bharathidasan University, India

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Anveshkumar Nella

VIT Bhopal University, India

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Kavitha Mulackampilly Joseph

University of Cincinnati, USA

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Nelida Yanina Martinez

National Atomic Energy Commission, Argentina

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DS Murthy

G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India

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Muhammad Ejaz Khan

NUTECH, Pakistan

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Sharidan Shafie

UTM, Malaysia

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Khaoula Djabri

USTHB, Algeria

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Alexei Nazarov

Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics-NAS, Ukraine

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Hsin Lin

Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC

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Satyabrata Jit

IIT-BHU, India

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Hadeel Banbela

University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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Wei Liu

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China

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Ram Prasad

Mahatma Gandhi Central University, India

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Xinghao Hu

Jiangsu University, China

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K Y Sandhya

IIST, India

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Manoj Kumar P

KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, India

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Chandrashekhar M C

Sri Siddhartha Institute of Technology, India

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DK Sharma

University of Rajasthan, India

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Sandeep Garg

Oriental College of Technology, India

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Huma Muddasar

University of Sindh, Pakistan

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Hajar Merrikhpour

Sayyed Jamaleddin Asadabadi University, Iran

Speakers
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Ahlam Oulad Ali

URV, Spain

Registration

Registration
The registration fee includes attendance to all conference sessions, morning/afternoon coffee breaks and lunches, conference bag and program book.
Participation to the conference is considered final only once the registration fees have been paid. The number of participants is limited: once the number of paid registrations reaches the maximum number of participants, unpaid registrations will be cancelled.

Certificate of Attendance: Upon request, the participants of the event will receive an electronic Certificate of Attendance by email once the event is concluded.

Members of partnering societies will receive a 20% discount on the registration fees. For special discount and group discount requests contact the conference secretariat at: theresearchcatalyst.com/contact

Visa Support Letters
Applicants must have paid for registration and submitted an abstract to get a letter of support. Applicants must provide us with a scan of their valid in date passport that contains a photo of them. Applicants must provide us with an academic CV, two references from their institution (contact information including institutional email and phone) and a letter of support from their institution to confirm that they support the delegate attending the meeting. This must be carried in good time before the meeting, “last minute” requests will not be processed.

Sessions
  • Nanotechnology Applications
  • Materials Sciences
  • Regulations & Normalizations
  • Nanostructures
  • Nanosciences
  • Nanomedicine
  • Bionanotechnology
  • Nanophotonics
Venue and Location

With its unparalleled history, Rome is the third most visited city in Europe and the fourteenth worldwide. It attracts visitors from all over the world who are impatient to discover the city’s impressive monuments and archaeological sites; not to mention its renowned cuisine and its lively atmosphere. 

As the saying goes ‘all roads lead to Rome’ and the conference will bring together delegates from all over the world for the largest and most prestigious event for international speakers, providing an abundance of research and networking opportunities, not to mention the chance to explore one of the most fascinating cities on Earth.

Winter has come to an end and the weather finally starts to warm up in March. You can look forward to mild temperatures with less rainfall than previous months. It’s also a great time to take a city break in Rome if you want to enjoy a more peaceful and quiet atmosphere in the city.

We hope that you enjoy your stay in Rome.

Conference Schedule

DAY 1

 

09:10 AM

The 3D shape of 2D DNA origami designs

 

Neil Thomson

University of Leeds, UK

 

09:55 AM

Bio-design and flexible-manufacure of fiber-reinforced composites

 

Qigang Han

Jilin University, China

 

10:40 AM

Synthesis and characterizations of nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs): dielectric properties and applications

 

Pier Gianni Medaglia

Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy

 

11:05 AM

Preparation, Characterization, and Electrochemical Performance of the Hematite/Oxidized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Nanocomposite

 

Hadeel Banbela

University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia


 

Session Break 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM



 

11:45 AM

TBA

 

Isaac Chang

Brunel University , London

 

12:30 PM

Development of Cost-Effective High Entropy Alloys with Superior Properties

 

Yu Yin

The University of Queensland, Australia


 

01:15 PM

Single-Atom and Bimetallic Single-Atomic Catalysts for Detection and Reaction with Reactive Oxygen Species

 

Mehdi Kamali

Rutgers University, USA



 

Lunch Break 01:40 PM - 02:40 PM



 

02:40 PM

Advances in Nanoscience for Art Conservation

 

Emiliano Carretti

University of Florence, Italy

 

03:25 PM

Toxicity Assessment of Poly (Ethylene Glycol)Diglycidyl Ether (PEGDE) Administered in Mice

 

Keyong Ho Lee

Across Co. Ltd, South Korea

 

03:50 PM

Evaluating the Recyclability of Polylactic Acid for Additive Manufacturing

 

David L Sales

University of Cadiz, Spain



 

Session Break 04:15 PM - 04:30 PM



 

04:30 PM

TBA

 

Hassan Karimi-Maleh

UESTC, China

 

05:15 PM

TBA

 

Rosalyn D Abbott

CMU, USA

 

DAY 2


 

09:10 AM

Advanced in Semiconductor Nanolithography at the Single Nanometer Level

 

Bruce Smith

Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

 

09:55 AM

Unconventional Resistivity Scaling in Topological Semimetal CoSi

 

Hsin Lin

Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC

 

10:40 AM

Minocycline-Derived Silver Nanoparticles for Assessment of Their Antidiabetic Potential against Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Mice

 

Muhammad Zahid Qureshi

Qassim University, Saudi Arabia

 

11:05 AM

Nano-additive production by nano-coating fragmentation

 

Denise Bellisario

Mercatorum University, Italy



 

Session Break 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM



 

11:45 AM

Adventures in flatland – tailoring Graphene’s bandgap

 

Colm Durkan

University of Cambridge, UK

 

12:30 PM

Three-Dimensional Printing Materials for Cultural Innovation Products of Historical Buildings

 

Cao Xiaoxiao

Communication University of Zhejiang, China

 

01:15 PM

TBA

 

TBA

TBA



 

Lunch Break 01:40 PM - 02:40 PM



 

02:40 PM

Inoculation treatment of additively manufactured aluminum alloys

 

Qiyang Tan

The University of Queensland, Australia

 

03:25 PM

Hybrid plasmonic nano-sources of light: on the importance to control the spatial distribution of the active medium

 

Renaud Bachelot

University of Technology of Troyes, France



 

Session Break 04:15 PM - 04:25 PM



 

04:25 PM

25 Years of Commercializing Nanomedicine: Do University Start Ups Really Work Or Can We Do Better ?

 

Thomas J Webster

Hebei University of Technology, China

 

DAY 3 - Nano Virtual(Tentative Program)

 

09:10 AM

TBA

 

Subhas Mukhopadhyay

Macquarie University, Australia

 

09:35 AM

Photo-thermo-optical nonlinear responses in meta-atoms

 

Shi-Wei Chu

National Taiwan University, Taiwan- ROC

 

10:00 AM

Identify the Catalysis Activity Origin via Electron Microscopy Analysis

 

Wei Liu

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China

 

10:25 AM

Solvent-Welding Fabrication of Silk Nanofibrous Aerogels for Environmental Applications

 

Xiaoqin Wang

Soochow University, China

 

10:50 AM

Programmed biological nanoparticles for packaging and targeted delivery of CRISPR/Cas gene editing complexes

 

Dmitry Kostyushev

First Moscow State Medical University,Russia

 

11:15 AM

Electrochemical synthesis and characterization of metal, alloy and carbide-based nanomaterials for advanced applications

 

Dunaboyina Sri Maha Vishnu

University of Nizwa, Oman

 

11:40 AM

TBA

 

Fareed Aboul Ela

Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt

 

12:05 PM

Low-Temperature RF Plasma Modification of 2D Materials

 

Alexei Nazarov

Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics-NAS, Ukraine

 

12:30 PM

Bacteriophages for nanotechnology, nanotechnology for bacteriophages

 

Jan Paczesny

IChF, Poland

 

01:15 PM

Into the time domain - microscopes in time

 

Moti Fridman

Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

02:00 PM

Study Elastic & electronics of Perovskites: DFT+U

 

Khaoula Djabri

USTHB, Algeria

 

02:25 PM

Industrial suggestions for the manufacturing of advanced sensors based in amorphous nanostructures, for the Andes Mountains conditions

 

Jesús Alan Calderón Chavarri

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany

 

02:50 PM

Electronics for Healthcare and Neuroscience

 

Srinjoy Mitra

University of Edinburgh, UK

 

03:35 PM

Carbon Nanotube Fiber-Based Wearable Supercapacitors—A Review on Recent Advances

 

Kavitha Mulackampilly Joseph

University of Cincinnati, USA