International MicroNanoConference 8-9 December 2015, Amsterdam, call for abstracts

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Thanks to Henne van Heeren for sending in this call for abstracts!

International MicroNanoConference 8-9 December 2015, Amsterdam, call for abstracts

You are invited to send an abstract for the International MicroNanoConference 8-9 December 2015, Amsterdam.

As this conference has a track record for bringing industry and academics together, we welcome presentations from industry and academia.

The main topics of this industry and application oriented conference & exhibition, are:

microfluidics, nano-instrumentation, surface modification and nano-electronics.

These topics will be addressed in a number of dedicated sessions on lab-on-chip, organ-on-chip, flow chemistry, thin-film deposition, nanostructuring, nanocoating, surface characterization, surface treatment, nano-electronics design & production, opto-fluidics, microfluidics.

More details can be found in the call for abstracts (download here) or visit the website.

Best regards, on behalf of the programme committee

Henne van Heeren
enablingMNT -the Netherlands-
henne@enablingmmnt.com
0031 78 6300748

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