BTNT 2015

‘Bringing the Nanoworld Together 2015 (BTNT) is Oxford Instruments' 4th annual seminar for the nanotechnology industry in India.

Keynote speaker announced

Prof. Dr. Rudolf GrossProf. Dr. Rudolf Gross, Walther-Meissner-Institut, Munich Technical University

Professor Gross (b. 1956) conducts research in the field of low-temperature solid state physics. The major focus of his research is innovative superconducting and magnetic materials and nanosystems. He is also interested in studying quantum phenomena, the application of solid nanostructures in quantum data processing, spin electronics, and modern manufacturing methods for oxidized heterostructures.

 


 

These exciting seminars will cover leading edge talks from many experts in their field.

Take the chance to participate in:

  • Over 24 talks
  • 20 Indian and International expert speakers
  • Oxford Instruments technical experts/scientists
  • Technical poster sessions - Submit an abstract
  • Great networking opportunities during the day and free after reception

Day 1 : 3rd November 2015

‘Convergence of the Nanosciences’ – Life Sciences, Nanosciences & Fabrication plenary talks

Day 2 : 4th November 2015

Fabrication and Nanoanalysis
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Materials characterisation, Surface Science and Cryogenic Environments

 

 

Agenda for Bringing The Nanoworld Together 2015

Download the full two day agenda for Bringing The Nanoworld Together 2015

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Book early as this seminar is very popular and places are limited! There is no charge but booking is essential.

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Poster session 4th November


	Poster session 4th November

Poster session 4th November

Prizes for the best poster and the 2 runners up. Deadline for submitting Poster Abstracts has now passed.

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