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15th World Conference on Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Apr 10-11, 2023


Zurich, Switzerland


Welcome Message

On the behalf of organising committee it is great pleasure to invite you to join conference of the 15th world congress on advances in nanoscience and Nano-technology , this is a great opportunity for many researchers to be a part of the discussions by leading experts of the world about the new advantages and innovation in the field of nanotechnology 

It is a tremendous honour for us to send a welcome message for all the attendees and delegates of the 15th Edition of the World Nanotechnology Conference, which will take place at Zurich (Switzerland), from April 10 to 11, 2023.The uses of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology have developed quickly over the past few decades and still hold considerable promise for society as a whole. Through the effective application of nanotechnology, advancements in fuel cells, vaccines, batteries, and building materials are all made possible. The fight against environmental degradation may also need the use of nanotechnology.

However, synthetic nanomaterials with completely new properties also carry the risk of harming the environment and human health. Such dangers are still being explored because of the expanding variety of nanomaterials and their changeable nature

About conference 

The 15th world Conference on advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology  will be conducted on 10,11 April 2023.

The conference's theme is " Nanotechnology: Transforming all boundaries by reflection on advances." We cordially encourage you to attend and value your investment.The assembly, biotechnology, electronic, ecological, and pharmaceutical sectors have seen a major transformation thanks to the innovative and developing nanotechnologies. An in-depth market analysis of these developments, along with trends, data, and player profiles from numerous scientific studies by various investigators, show how crucial the growth of nanotechnology has become. Expertise in Nanotechnology has led to astonishing discoveries in photonics, medically prescribed drugs, and has had a remarkable ecological impact on water treatment.

 Reason to Attend

  • This is an aternational conference on nanotechnology, which identifies and provides opportunities for people and the field they work for to advance their careers and skill sets.
  • This brings people from all backgrounds together to discuss the conference's ideas and fulfil their needs.
  • The conference on nanotechnology in 2023 is intended for a multidisciplinary audience including business, different technical, planning sectors, corporations, and upstream
  • service operations.
  • At this event, you can deliver presentations, disseminate information, network with potential and current scientists, make a rush with new medication breakthroughs, and get your name out there. The conference's characteristics include internationally renowned speakers.
  • Strengthen your network
  • Great chance to be a part of expert gathering Worldwide
  • Acquire designated Expertise
  • Spot yourself as an Expert
  • Explore new Innovations
  • Exchange your Ideas
  • Achieve new Sponsors and Collaborations
  • Share your Recent research and innovations

Target audience

  • Researchers and Scientists in Nanotechnology 
  • Junior/Senior research fellows in the fields of nanotechnology, materials science, and polymer science and Biotechnology
  • Students of materials science and nanotechnology
  • Directors of businesses using nanotechnology
  • Engineers in nanotechnology


Nanomaterials have been very essential recently in most of the sectors, including medicine, therapy, drug delivery, creating forms, paints, and so on. This is because of their innovative properties, such as enlarged quality, chemical reactivity, or physical phenomenon.

 A few applications of nanomaterials are widely used in chemical reactions to improve solution results.

 Tissue Engineering

The practise of using a large number of cells, engineering techniques, and materials, as well as the proper application of organic chemistry and chemical science, is known as tissue engineering. In tissue engineering, a platform is used to create a new potentially useful tissue for a medicinal reason.


Nanoscience is the study of materials and structures by bridging the vast and nanoscale worlds. Nanoscience builds on fundamental concepts from related fields (physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, and engineering)

Safety of Nanotechnology

For all of the issues that are near to the safety of Nanotechnology are referred to as "Nano-tech safety." Although applied science has been growing for almost twenty years, it is still regarded as a novel technology, and the effects of nanomaterials on human health have not yet been well investigated.

Use of nanotechnology in production

Many different countries have found innumerable uses for nanotechnology, and recently the market has grown quickly. This resulted in numerous exciting new developments and new skylines for materials research.

 Nanotechnology help in production of eatables items, it help in food packaging , save it for from  pathogens , preserve it for longer duration and also help in increase in    the life of food

Nano-Electronic Devices 

Nano-electronics offers a few possibilities for expanding the capabilities of devices while reducing their size and power consumption upgrading the display panels on the devices.


The setup and construction of devices with dimensions measured in Nano-meters is known as nanofabrication.

 A Nano meter is a millionth of a millimetre, or 10-9 metres. For PC engineers, nanofabrication offers the best route to ultra-high-thickness central processors and memory chips.


The single-molecule thick carbon sheets known as graphene may find utility in a number of industries, according to scientists and organisations.

 Potential uses include water desalination, sensors, fuel cells, optoelectronics bio-miniature advanced mechanics, low cost sunlight based cells and transistor

Energy source

Nanotechnology help in better oil and fuel mixture of the engine which increase the efficiency of the engine and also it generate the fuel from the raw material which is quite economical

Bio-hybrid polymer

The immobilisation of biological items such as proteins, viruses, or microorganisms is necessary for many technical applications such as natural action, optical information technology, chemical change, and drug delivery. To do this synthetic polymers carbon nanotubes, and gold particles are used as a hybrid polymer  
Although there is no cure for this illness, some form of protection will be utilised that was created using nanotechnology or other technology.

Nano-robotics,Automation and Assembly

The technology that produces machines with a Nano meter-scale is known as nanorobots. 

here small micro sized robots are applied for removing cancr cells and other surgical practices.


Nanotechnology Application in Corona Virus Diagnosis and Treatment

We are aware that the COVID-19 pandemic is currently affecting the entire world, and there is ongoing research to address this issue and develop a vaccine. This type of problem-solving device was made poss

Nano robotics.  The main function of Nano robots is to perform a specific task precisely and redundantly at Nano-scale levels.

Nano robots are used in the medical field for a variety of tasks, including the elimination of cancer cells.

Nano based vaccines

Since nanoparticles can frequently act as both an adjuvant and a carrier for the antigen, they have recently attracted attention as a possible strategy in the event of a new generation of vaccinations

Spend on Nanotechnology

The finance industry will be crucial in transferring technological information from research centres to industry and, ultimately, markets. Particularly at the seed phase, large investments are required. These obstacles might be overcome with closer collaboration between the financial sector and nanotechnology firms.


A branch of medicine known as "nanomedicine" applies nanotechnology's knowledge and techniques to the prevention and treatment of disease. Utilizing nanoscale tools like biocompatible nanoparticles and Nano robots for delivery, diagnostics, sensing, or actuation drives in a living thing is known as nanomedicine.


The use of Nano pharmaceuticals improves patient compliance by reducing hazardous systemic adverse effects.

 A pharmaceutical company must meet patient demands for high-quality yields while continuing to be profitable in the current global economy. Pharmaceutical firms are now using nanotechnology to enhance or supplement medication target identification and delivery.

 Nano pharmaceuticals reduce the cost of medicine development and delivery as well as drug research and design.


Bio nanomaterials are created partially or entirely from organic atoms, resulting in structures with nanoscale measurements.

 The attractive nanomaterials are the attractive nanoscale particles with particular attractive qualities. They can be found in a variety of forms, such as dry powders with functionalized surfaces.

 Potential uses for these bio-nanomaterials include new filaments, sensors, glues, and other materials. Nano biomaterials make up 28.3% of the industry as a whole.

 Nano biomaterials are used for illness therapy and recovery practises, and the polymeric ones are important for high-quality delivery systems polymer Engineering and Science

Polymer sciences

The branch of material science that deals with polymers is called macromolecular science or polymer science. In multidisciplinary fields including material science, , and architecture, research is conducted.

 Mass characteristics of polymeric materials and their uses are the focus of polymer physics. The examination of synthetic structure, shape, and physical properties with their compositional and fundamental parameters is aided by polymer depiction..

Clean and Sustainable Technology Using Nanomaterials

One of the most important scientific issues of the twenty-first century has been solved by nanotechnology: the production of sustainable energy. The goal of the assignment is to create new, useful nanomaterials with controllable sizes .It is currently one of the most rapidly expanding research which lead to the development of a renewable energy economy in which fossil fuel resources will only be used to generate more valuable compounds. In this vision, the problems with energy, the environment, and safety brought on by the use of fossil fuels will be quickly and permanently resolved.

Future of the Nanotechnology market:

As part of their specialised study for the Global Nanotechnology Market Outlook 2024, researchers analysed the key market trends and developments to identify the areas that present potential opportunities for industries to accelerate their expansion.  Researchers looked at the major industry shifts and trends to determine the sectors that might present opportunities for businesses to accelerate their expansion. The estimated value of the worldwide nanotechnology market in 2018 was $1,055.1 million, but between 2019 and 2025, it is anticipated to grow by 10.5 percent annually to reach $2,231.4 million. Applications for materials including nanotubes, nanorobots, nanofibers, and nanodevices have increased as a result of the market's rise in a number of sectors, including semiconductors and electronics. By using nanotechnology to make lighter, thinner devices, better display screens, reduce power consumption, and enhance integrated chip storage, we can construct faster, more efficient systems.

Top influencing elements

The market for nanotechnology is expected to develop as a result of reasons like the rapid acceptance of nanotechnology in medical diagnosis, imaging and technological improvements in nanotech devices, and problems. The use of self-powered Nanotech devices have additional factors that are anticipated to have an impact on growth.


During the forecast period, the worldwide nanotechnology market is expected to expand moderately. Nanotechnology is increasingly being used in the healthcare sector, nanotechnology devices are advancing technologically, and nanotechnology devices are being used in extreme weather situations, among other things, to boost market growth. Additionally, the market is expanding as a result of the rising demand for produced nanomaterials in cosmetics and food goods, the development of self-powered nanotech gadgets, and the rising number of government investments in nanomaterials, nanodevices, and nanodrugs.

The pharmaceutical, energy & utilities, electronics, chemical, aerospace & military, and others segments of the nanotechnology market have been divided based on application, with the others segment including food & beverage, personal care, and automotive.

The pharmaceutical business is predicted to grow the fastest throughout the projected period of all of these. This is mostly attributable to the use of nanotechnology in the administration of medications, in the imaging and detection of diseases like cancer and atherosclerosis, as well as in the treatment of hearing and visual problems.

In 2018, North America has the greatest market share worldwide for nanotechnology. Large research facilities and centres are mostly to blame for this in the area. Additionally, the market in the region is expanding due to the rising demand for nanotubes from sectors like electronics, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals. In addition, Asia-Pacific (APAC) is anticipated to see the quickest growth over the projection period as a result of rising government, manufacturing.

The pharmaceutical business is predicted to grow the fastest throughout the projected period of all of these. This is mostly attributable to the use of nanotechnology in the administration of medications, in the imaging and detection of diseases like cancer and atherosclerosis, as well as in the treatment of hearing and visual problems.

Dynamics of the Nanotechnology Market


One of the key factors fueling the market's expansion internationally is the growing use of nanotechnology in medical diagnosis. Healthcare professionals can benefit from nanotechnology-based diagnostic tools in a number of ways, including early disease diagnosis, disease stage identification, and knowledge of potential treatments. For instance, one medical application of nanotechnology uses nanoparticles to deliver medications, heat, and light to cancer cells.

Additionally, scientists at NC State University are developing a technique to transfer cardiac stem cells to injured heart tissue.

To boost the amount of stem cells supplied to the wounded tissue, they attach nanovesicles that would draw the stem cells to the injury site. Thus, it is anticipated that the expansion of the nanotechnology market in the upcoming years will be aided by the growing number of research studies relating to the application of nanotechnology in diagnostics and medical imaging.

The footwear business has been concentrating on the creation of high-performance products, fusing leather and other footwear materials with nanoparticle qualities. For instance, in August 2019, Steel Blue, an Australian maker of safety boots, and First Graphene Ltd., a graphene supplier, developed nanotechnologically upgraded safety boots that feature.These boots are preferred by miners, as they provide benefits such as chemical resistance, reduced permeability, and enhanced heat transfer. In October 2019, these boots passed the safety tests successfully. Hence, the surging demand for nanotechnology-based products are driving the market growth, globally.


One of the major market opportunities is the anticipated rise in demand for self-powered nanotech gadgets in the near future. A system must be able to use energy from its environment and store it for later use in order to be self-sufficient and not require any maintenance. For instance, ambient sensors help in identifying pollutants without the need for replacement batteries, while implanted biosensors are used to monitor a patient's blood sugar level. In fields including medical sciences, defence, and personal electronics, wireless nanodevices are becoming more and more crucial. So, in order for a nano system to execute the functions of a live thing, including detecting, communicating, and controlling system operations, researchers are striving to integrate multifunctional nanodevices into it.


Market Competition for Nanotechnology

To increase their market share and diversify their product offerings, the players in the nanotechnology industry are concentrating more on mergers and acquisitions and other strategies. For instance, Ablynx, a business that creates nanobodies, was purchased by the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi in June 2018 for around $4.3 billion. The development of new medications based on single multi-specific molecules and Sanofi's research and development (R&D) strategy are both supported by this acquisition.

The research analyses the nanotechnology markets by nation. The United States, Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Australia, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico

Altair Nanotechnologies Inc., Advanced Nano Products Co. Ltd., eSpin Technologies Inc., Imina Technologies SA, Kleindiek Nanotechnik Gmbh, Sanofi, Biosensors International Group Ltd., Applied Nanotech Inc.

Semiconductors can benefit from the polymer nanocomposites' electrically conductive qualities. Outside of electronics and electrical, nanocomposites are employed in a variety of end-use industries, such as building and construction, automotive, IT, energy, and packaging, where they have a number of current and future applications. Nanotechnology is crucial to medicine because it makes it possible to prevent, diagnose, and treat a wide range of illnesses.


Report Metric


Forecast Period

2022 to 2029

Base Year


Historic Years

2020 (Customizable to 2019 - 2014)

Quantitative Units

Revenue in USD Billion, Volumes in Units, Pricing in USD

Segments Covered

Type (Nano Composites, Nano Materials, Nano Tools, Nano Devices, Others), Application (Healthcare, Environment, Energy, Food and Agriculture, Information and Technology, Others), End User Industry (Electronics, Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Others)

Countries Covered

U.S., Canada and Mexico in North America, Germany, France, U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Russia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Rest of Europe in Europe, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) in the Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, Rest of Middle East and Africa (MEA) as a part of Middle East and Africa (MEA), Brazil, Argentina and Rest of South America as part of South America

Market Players Covered

Honeywell International Inc (US), DuPont (US), 3M (US), Sioen Industries (Germany), Kimberly-Clark (US), Glen Raven, Inc (US), Derekduck Industries Corp. (Taiwan), ANSELL LTD (Australia), Lakeland Inc (US), AEB (US), ACS Material, LLC (US), Eurofins Abraxis, Inc (US), Bruker Corporation (US), Agilent Technologies, Inc. (US), Nanosurf AG (Switzerland), Nanoscience Instruments, Inc (US), Hysitron (US) and Malvern Panalytical Ltd (UK).






















Due to their massive surface area, ability to absorb and conjugate diagnostic and therapeutic chemicals, including medications, genes, vaccines, biosensors, and antibodies, carbon nanotubes dominated the market and accounted for the greatest revenue share. According to Data Bridge Industry Research's analysis, the nanotechnology market is anticipated to develop at a CAGR of 36%, reach USD 5.2 billion in 2021, and reach USD 60.86 billion by 2029. The Data Bridge Market Research team's thorough expert research, patient epidemiology, pipeline analysis, pricing analysis.

Global Nanotechnology Market Definition

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study of nanoparticles and devices that have applications in a variety of sectors, including chemical, biomedical, mechanical, and material science. The nanotechnology market includes the development and use of physical, chemical, and biological systems and technologies at scales ranging from single atoms to 100 nanometers.

Challenges/Restraints in the Global Nanotechnology Market

On the other hand, it is also anticipated that the rising cost of nanotechnology-based technologies will restrain the expansion of the nanotechnology industry in the anticipated time frame. But in the near future, a lack of qualified workers could present another obstacle to the market's expansion for nanotechnology.

This report on the nanotechnology market details recent developments, trade laws, import-export analysis, production analysis, value chain optimization, market share, and the effects of domestic and regional market participants. It also examines opportunities for new revenue streams, regulatory changes, strategic market growth analysis, market size, category market expansions, application niches and dominance, product approvals, product launches, and geographic trends. Contact Data Bridge Market Research for an Analyst Brief to learn more about the nanotechnology market. Our staff will assist you in making an informed choice to build your market.

Impact of Covid-19 on the Nanotechnology Market

The market for nanotechnology has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic. The COVID-19 has significantly impacted the worldwide manufacturing and industrial sectors, according to market trends for nanotechnology, because production facilities have shut down, increasing demand across industries. The advent of COVID-19 halted the expansion of the nanotechnology market. The main reason for this slowdown in growth was the implementation of partial or total lockdown in a number of nations around the world. Because some industries were temporarily shut down, there was a decrease in the need for maintenance from various industries.

New Development

United States-based Clene Nanomedicine Inc., which uses nanotechnology to create potential therapeutic nanocatalyst for the treatment of neurological diseases with antiviral applications, announced in September 2020 a merger with Tottenham Acquistion I Limited. The combination will enable the advancement of Clene's CNM-Au8 into Phase 2 and 3 clinical studies. CNM-Au8 aims to offer a treatment for neurogenetic diseases like Parkinson's.

Dimensions of the global nanotechnology market and market size

The product, application, type, and end user categories are used to segment the nanotechnology market. You can examine the industries' slow-growing segments using the growth of these segments, and you can give users a useful market overview and industry insights to help them make strategic decisions for identifying core market applications.

Expansion of the healthcare infrastructure Installed base and Infiltration of New Technology

The nanotechnology market also gives you a thorough market analysis for every nation, including information on the installed base of various types of products for the nanotechnology market, the impact of technology using life line curves, and changes in healthcare regulatory scenarios and their effects on the nanotechnology market. The historical timeframe for the data is from 2010 to 2020.

Competitive Environment and Market Share Analysis for Nanotechnology

The competitive landscape for the nanotechnology market breaks down information by competitor. The company's financials, revenue generated market potential, investment in R&D, new market initiatives, global presence, production sites and facilities, production capacities, company strengths and weaknesses, product launch, product width and breadth, and application dominance are among the details that are included. The data points mentioned above only pertain to the companies' market focus on nanotechnology.

Research Approach: International Nanotechnology Market

Large sample size data collection modules are used for data collecting and base year analysis. Statistical and cogent models for the market are used to assess and estimate the market data. Additionally, market share analysis and key trend analysis are two other important success aspects in the market study. Request an analyst's call or submit your inquiry if you want to learn more.

The major research methodology employed by the DBMR research team is data triangulation, which includes primary (industry expert) validation, study of the market impact of data variables, and data mining. In addition, data models are available for vendor positioning grids, market timeline analyses, market overview and guides, company positioning grids, and company market share analyses.

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Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Review Board (ARB) of the conference

Zhiping Xu
Associate Professor,
Department of Engineering Mechanics
Tsinghua University


He did a postdoctoral research at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA after earning his BS 2002 and PhD 2007 degrees from Tsinghua University. He received Ministry of Education of P R China Awards for Natural Science 2008. He has authored about research publications that include 24 review articles, 3 book chaptersand he has given 13 meeting presentations. As reviewers for following journals:Physics Review B, Journal of American Chemical Society, Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Nanotechnology, Colloid and Surfaces B, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, Acta Mechanica Solida etc.

Researches :

  • Nanoenergetics and nanomachines, also the mechanics and physics of nano/bio-materials, through theoretical analysis and multi-scale / multi-physics simulation approaches.
Dimitrios H Roukos
conventional reductionist medicine
Ioannina University,


Roukos DH, Ioannina University, Greece. Dimitrios Roukos, MD (Athens University, Greece), PhD (J.W.Goethe University, Frankfurt a.M., Germany), has moved his scientific interest after 25 years of reductionist medicine to network biology-based systems medicine. Assessing the clinical limitations of current traditional medicine to cure in the future incurable diseases such as cancer, has focused over the last 5 years on human cancer genome both structural variation and functional heterogeneity. His emerging goal is to understand how inherited and somatic mutations, epigenome, transcriptome and interactome abnormalities change chromatin dynamic states and gene expression. Emerging evidence suggests that this gene dysfunction and deregulation of cell signalling pathways drive tumorigenesis and metastasis. His ultimate goal is to approach next-generation anticancer drugs and biomarkers to future achievement of personalized medicine and network biology-based managment of cancer.Publication metrics: > 200 papers with ~ 5,000 citations (h=55) in PubMed, ISI, Scopus and current editor of two eBooks on personalized management of cancer and cancer genome heterogeneity-based treatment of cancer. Currently is key evaluator in European Commission (FP7 Systems Medicine area) and French National Research Agency (22 billion euros) participating in experts panel meeting in Brussels and Paris (end 2011) for the selection of best projects. He is leader of Translational Research in European Union Network of Excellence (EUNE) for gastric cancer and Personalized Cancer Genomic Medicine, Biobank in Ioannina University (Greece). He has been invited speaker and consensus member in multiple International Cancer Meetings. He serves as Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor and Editorial board member in 20 influential journals.

Researches :

  • Assessing limitations of conventional reductionist medicine, he have shifted to multi-scale genes, proteins, molecules, DNA, and RNA interactions in physical and functional networks. Revolutionary NGS technologies provide mow sequencing of DNA (whole genome, exome), transcriptome (RNA-seq, Chip-seq), epigenome (BS-seq) and also along with novel techniques (living cells imaging and computational models) also deeper insights into the grand challenge of interactome (multidimensional spatiotemporal protein-protein interactions). Integrating all these experimental data (omics, living-cells imaging, 3D-genome resolution and intra- and inter-cellular differentiation mapping) and large-scale clinical data into computational models, deep understanding of a personal genome code-lifestyle interactions network is beginning to be shaped. The perspectives of future medicine based on clinical genome and systems science are now rationally excellent for revolutionizing healthcare.
Rutledge Ellis-Behnke
Nanomedicine Translational Think Tank, Department of Ophthalmology
Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg,


Rutledge Ellis-Behnke is Professor at the University of Heidelberg Mannheim Faculty of Medicine, where he is the Director of the Nanomedicine Translational Think Tank. In addition he is Research Affiliate in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously he was Associate Director of the Technology Transfer Office and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. He received his PhD from MIT in Neuroscience BSc from Rutgers University and graduated from Harvard Business School’s International Senior Manager’s Program AMP/ISMP. Prior to returning to school to pursue his PhD EllisBehnke held various management positions including Senior Vice President of Huntingdon a public company for testing and consulting services and Cofounder/CEO in 1995 of one of the first internet companies to do online commerce.

Stephen Beebe
Old Dominion University


Stephen J Beebe received a BS in Zoology from Ohio University Athens 1970 and a PhD 1982 in medical sciences pharmacologyand biochemistry from the Medical College of Ohio, Toledo. He did postdoctoral studies 1982–1987 in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute,Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn, before serving as a Fulbright Scholar and Norwegian Marshall Scholar in Institute for Medical Biochemistry 300 S. J. Beebe and K. H. Schoenbach 2005:4 2005 and the National Hospital in Oslo Norway (1987–1988). Dr. Beebe has received various honors including Outstanding Senior Visiting Scientist from the Norwegian Cancer Society while in Bergen Norway (1997–1999), the Iwao Yasuda Award by the Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine, and the Martin Black Award from the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine.

Researches :

  • His research has focused on signal transduction mechanisms and structure-function studies of protein kinases using multiple disciplinary approaches utilizing pharmacology, biochemistry, physiology,molecular and cellular biology, and physics. Recently, he has helped develop the potential use of high-intensity nanosecond pulsed electric fields as a novel stimulus to regulate intracellular signal transduction.
James F Leary
Professor of Nanomedicine
Purdue University


Dr. Leary is having more than 36 years in research field. His research has involved quantitative measurements of single cells (as the original inventor of high-speed flow cytometry and rare-event analysis techniques), and over the past 10 years its use in design and characterization of multi-component nanomedical systems and their interactions with cells for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes in cancer. Currently his lab and its collaborators are constructing and using multilayered dual imaging modality nanomedical systems containing superparamagnetic iron oxide cores for MRI contrast agents and also for directed in-vivo concentration of nanoparticles with chitosan natural polymer coatings containing Cy 5.5 fluorescent probes for near infrared invivo imaging and for real-time guided surgery of tumors. New projects include development of new theranostic nanomedical treatments for human ductal breast cancer combining microfluidics, 3D culture techniques and nanomedicine in “breast-on-a-chip” systems. We are also developing new in-situ PCR base nanobarcoding methods for nanotoxicity and biodistribution studies for anti-cancer nanomedical systems.

Researches :

  • Theranostic nanomedical treatments, 3D culture techniques and nanomedicine in “breast-on-a-chip” systems and developing new in-situ PCR base nanobarcoding methods for nanotoxicity and biodistribution studies for anti-cancer nanomedical systems.
Frank A Gomez
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
California State University


Dr. Gomez received his B.S. (1986) and Ph.D. (1991) in Chemistry from Cal State L.A. and UCLA, respectively. From 1991-1994 he was a Damon Runyon-Walter Winchell Cancer Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University. Since 1994, he has published over 100 technical articles and book chapters, and two books on his research. He and his students have delivered over 240 conference presentations.

Researches :

  • His research group is engaged in developing fundamental and applied research in the area of microfluidics and point-of-care (POC) diagnostic devices. Current work involves the development of paper microfluidic and bead-based assays, enzyme microreactors, surface plasmon resonance (SPR) on chips, and microfluidic fuel cells (methanol, formic acid, and hydrogen). He also employs response surface methodology (RSM) and artificial neural networks (ANN) to experimentally optimize conditions in microfluidics.
Jin-Woo Kim
Associate Professor
Institute of Nanoscale Materials Science Engineering, University of Arkansas


Professor Jin-Woo Kim has received his PhD in biological engineering from Texas AM University College Station in 1998 Currently he is a director of the Bio/Nano Technology Laboratory and a Professor of Biological Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering at the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program, Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Program and Institute for Nanoscale Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. His research expertise spans interdisciplinary fields of biological engineering biomedical engineering biology chemistry and nanotechnology. He has been serving as an editorial member of the reputed journals like Nanomedicine 2005-2008 and Journal of Biological Engineering 2006 at present.

Researches :

  • Aqueous-phase self-organization of nanomaterials and their biological and biomedical applications, in particular bio-driven nanostructure self-assembly, nanoscale bio/abio interfacing technology, nanoparticle-based disease diagnostics and therapeutics, nanobiotechnology for hybrid device development and nucleic acid technology for molecular computation.
Julia Y Ljubimova
Department of Neurosurgery Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,


Dr. Ljubimova received her medical degree from Kiev Medical School in Ukraine and her doctoral degree from the Ukraine Academy of Sciences. She completed her postdoctoral training at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Her studies have been published in numerous peerreviewed publications including the American Journal of Pathology and International Journal of Oncology. Her research has received funding from Arrogene and the Air Pollution Foundation.

Researches :

  • Primary research interests involve methods to block human glioma growth, brain tumor prevention treatments and the effects of air pollution on the brain.
Michele Caraglia
Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Second University of Naples


Professor Michele Caraglia Currently is working as Associate Professor in Biohemistry at the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics of the Second University of Naples. He is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like Current Cancer Drug Targets Cancer Biology and Therapy International Journal of Oncology Cell Biology International Recent Patents on Anticancer Drug Discovery. He is author of 2 international patents and is a member of American Association for Cancer Research and is in the Managing Board of the Italian Association for Cell Cultures AICC.

Hai-Feng Frank JI
Department of Chemistry
Drexel University


Prof. Hai-Feng (Frank) Ji is currently working as a professor of Department of Chemistry, Drexel university. His research interests focus on MEMS devices, polymers, nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications, drug discovery, nanopillars and phosphene for energy applications, and surface chemistry. He is currently a co-author of 170 peer-viewed journal articles and book chapters. He has an H-index of more than 30.

Dr Osman Adiguzel
research assistant,
Department of Physics,
Ankara University,


Dr. Adiguzel graduated from the Department of Physics, Ankara University, Turkey in 1974 and received Ph.D.- degree from Dicle University, Diyarbakir-Turkey. He has studied at Surrey University, Guildford, UK, as a post-doctoral research scientist in 1986-1987, and studied on shape memory alloys. He worked as a research assistant, 1975-80, at Dicle University and shifted to Firat University, Elazig, Turkey in 1980. He became a professor in 1996, and he has already been working as a professor. He published over 60 papers in international and national journals; He joined over 100 conferences and symposia at the international and national level as a participant, invited speaker, or keynote speaker with contributions of oral or poster. He served as the program chair or conference chair/co-chair in some of these activities. In particular, he joined in the last six years (2014 - 2018) over 60 conferences as Keynote Speaker and Conference Co-Chair organized by different companies. He supervised 5 Ph.D.- theses and 3 M.Sc- theses. Dr. Adiguzel served his directorate of the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Firat University, in 1999-2004. He received a certificate awarded to him and his experimental group in recognition of the significant contribution of 2 patterns to the Powder Diffraction File Release 2000. The ICDD (International Centre for Diffraction Data) also appreciates the cooperation of his group and interest in the Powder Diffraction File.

Mirela Olympia Fagarasan Palmer
University of Southern California

Norma-Aurea Rangel-Vazquez Professor

Abbas Amini

Alejandro De la Parra Solomon

Dr Sergey V Suchkov
Professor in Immunology and Medicine

Itumeleng Zosela
Generation Scientist Programme by Novartis Pharma
University of Basel,

Edward PC Lai
Director of the O-C Collaborative Program in Chemical and Environmental Toxicology
Carleton University

Dr Tokeer Ahmad
Department of Chemistry
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi 110025, India

Associate Professor
Joining and Welding Research Institute concurrent post Center for Advanced Structural and Functional Materials Design

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