The symposium will emphasize the latest breakthroughs in the hybrid materials field and will highlight the most exciting frontiers of this research area. It will cover all aspects, from the materials synthesis and characterization to applications and devices.
The symposium is open to researchers, academics and industrials from the areas of chemistry, physics, biology and engineering. The participation of members from other potential key areas, such as aeronautics, space, solar, building, information storage, environmental pollution, transportation, health, and nutrition, is strongly encouraged.
The scientific programme will include a number of invited talks presented by international experts, contributed talks and a large poster session.
In accordance with the practice adopted in the last symposium of this series, the various authors of orals and posters will be invited to submit papers to a special issue of Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology.
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