The Nanosafety 2013 conference will be held from November 20-22, 2013, in Saarbrücken, Germany.
Nanotechnologies are developing with increasing pace. They impact a broad range of industrial sectors, from energy, optics, electronics to food and biomedicine. Using these technologies, materials, objects, and structures in the size range between 1-100 nanometres are generated, manipulated or analysed. For a sustainable development of these promising technologies, aspects of nanosafety gain more and more importance.
- a detailed knowledge on the materials as well as acquisition of their properties
- elucidation of the effects of nanomaterials on human beings, including detailed analyses on their mode of action and structure activity relationships
- assessment of the impact of nanomaterials on living organisms and the environment
- the detection, identification, and quantification of nanomaterials in complex matrices, for example cells and tissues
- as well as standardization, legislative, regulatory and social aspects.
The state of the art, future needs, and developments in these fields will be presented and discussed.
Please register and/or submit your abstract online via www.nanosafety2013.de
Schlossstraße 1-15, 66119 Saarbrücken / Germany
200 / 250 Euro (students)
400 / 450 Euro (regular participants)
Dr. Annette Kraegeloh or Christine Hartmann
INM – Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien gGmbH
Campus D2 2, 66123 Saarbrücken
Tel. +49 681 9300-244
For further information see: www.nanosafety2013.de