Functional Integrated nanoSystems (nanoFIS 2020) Conference

Submission Deadline extended – you can still join the nanoFIS 2020 conference and submit your abstract (oral and poster) latest until 7 February 2020!

The nanoFIS 2020 conference – to be held on 28-30 April 2020 in Graz/Austria – is focusing on essential capabilities required for the development of future Smart Systems that are core enablers for the digital transformation worldwide.

Present your recent research results alongside highly ranked international Keynote and Invited Speakers:

Max Shulaker, MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
Mark Brongersma,
Stanford University (USA)
Ulrike Diebold,
Vienna University of Technology (Austria)
Jun Chen,
University of California (USA)
Charl F.J. Faul,
University of Bristol (United Kingdom)
Elvira Fortunato,
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (Portugal)
Tobias Kraus,
INM Leibniz Institute for New Materials (Germany)
Johan Liu,
Chalmers University of Technology, Shanghai University (Sweden, China)
Stephan Steinhauer,
KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Andreas Waag,
TU Braunschweig (Germany)
Wei-Yen Woon,
National Central University (Taiwan)

++ In addition to the attractive technical program an Evening Poster Session with Wine&Snacks will allow to present your poster in a very relaxed atmosphere to get in touch with international partners and project leaders.

++ An important highlight is the Company Exhibition, an exceptional forum for all participants to get in contact with providers of community-related products and services.

++Save up to 25% off and choose the group packages and academic/student packages!

your nanoFIS 2020 Organising Committee

Organising Chair:
Margit Malatschnig, Techkonnex – High-Tech Promotion, Vienna (Austria)

Scientific Chairs:
Anton Köck, MCL – Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH, Leoben (Austria)
Joachim Krenn,
Karl Franzens University Graz, Nano-Optics Group, Graz (Austria)
Marco Deluca, MCL – Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH, Leoben (Austria)

More details here