We invite you to attend the International Workshop on Extended-Nanofluidics, which will be held in Tokyo, Japan, from March 26th to 27th, 2015. We welcome scientists and students to encouraging them to present their work with an oral and poster presentations. Workshop poster sections and dinner will also give you a nice opportunity to meet and talk with the invited speakers and the workshop attendees.
Abstract for poster presentation: by
February 25th, 2015
Extended to March 6th, 2015 Closed
Mail with 1 page abstract to executive committee: [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The International Workshop on Extended-Nanofluidics is one of the initial workshops of nanofluidics, which is based on nanoscale engineering (nanofabrication, fluid control, detection), nanoscale liquid properties/fluid science, and applications for broad fields such as biology, medicine and energy engineering. We expect to bring together outstanding group of scientists at the forefront of research to intensively discuss the latest results and perspectives of this new science and engineering field.
Chair: Takehiko Kitamori (University of Tokyo)
Co-Chair: Albert van der Berg (Twente University)
Prof. Jan Eijkel (Twente University)
gSmall is powerful: nanofluidics for nanomachining, energy generation and cavitationh
Prof. Albert van den Berg (Twente University)
Title: To be determined
Prof. Takehiko Kitamori (The University of Tokyo)
gExtended-nanofluidics for novel functional devicesh
Prof. Stephen C. Jacobson (Indiana University)
gNanofluidic Devices for Characterizing Assembly of Hepatitis B Virus Capsidsh
Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Participation: FREE OF CHARGE
Banquet: 3,000 Yen
Mail with required informationfs to executive committee:[email@example.com]
(Full name, affiliation, E-mail address, phone number)
On March 27 afternoon, we will have a tour of nanofabrication facilities NANOBIC in Kawasaki-City.
NANOBIC is an advanced nanofablication hub managed by Kawasaki City and the 4 Universities Consortium (Univ. Tokyo, TIT, Keio Univ., Waseda Univ.).
We will have fruitful opportunity to discuss nanofabrication technologies during the tour. A bus is arranged for the Tour (50-70 minutes drive one way) .
You are very much welcome to join the tour.
Please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for your participation.
(1) Capacity of the tour: 50 persons
(2) Free of charge
Workshop coordinators: Dr. Yutaka Kazoe, Dr. Yuriy Pihosh
Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo
TEL: +81-3-5841-7232 FAX: +81-3-5841-6039