Nanotech Europe 2009 was a success!
The event, which took place in the TU Berlin from Monday 28th to Wednesday 30th September, attracted more than 700 participants from 50 countries. The exhibition was sold-out.
Presentations and Photos
Most of the speaker presentation files, selected presentation videos and press photos from the event are now published, so you can go back to see presentations that you may have missed, or that you’d like to see again.
Best Poster awards
Attendees were asked to vote for the best poster at Nanotech Europe 2009.
1st Best Poster award went to Meghadri Sri Harsha and Rohit Radhakrishnan, for a poster titled ‘Cancer crusade-use of nano-targetted delivery of CaMK II in specific lung epithelial cells of the lung’. This poster gives a brief hypothesis on cancer cure using fullerene C60 or Colloidal Gold nano-particles for targeting CamK II towards cancer cells. Both Sri Harsha and Radhakrishnan are from the Rajalakshmi Engineering College in India. Read abstract here »
2nd Best Poster award went to Mortaza Mozaffari and M Zahraee, for a poster titled ‘The effect of sintering temperature on nonlinearity coefficient of ZnO-Bi2O3 nanocomposites’. Both Mortaza Mozaffari and M Zahraee are from the University of Isfahan in Iran. Read abstract here »
3rd Best Poster award went to Michail Dolomatov, for a poster titled ‘Simple definition methods of electron structures of materials and molecules for nanoelectronics’. Michail Dolomatov is Professor at the Institute of Social Technology in Russia. Read abstract here »