Micro-Nanotechnology for Madagascar 2017
The Colloquium will address a rather broad scope of topics in Nanotechnology (Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, Modeling and Simulation) applied to Plants, Health, Drugs delivery, Energy, Mining etc...
a) Nanotechnology : From theories to the Applications (in life ssciences and medicine, Energy and Environent, safety, etc)
b) Nanomaterials fabrication, characterization and Tools
Tentative programme and timetable will be announced in due time, as soon as finalized
a) Sensitize Malagasy researcher to basic knowledge on micro and nanotechnology,
b) Sensitize Decision-Makers on the potential of Nanotechnology to deal with socio-economical development of the country (Energy, Agriculture, Health, Environment and water resources, etc.),
c) Exchange of information and sharing of experiences concerning nanotechnology applications,
d) Setting-up of a scientific collaborative network (NanoMADA), and arouse the interest of international partners for the development of scientific and technical collaborations with scientific and research institutions in Madagascar,
e) To identify potential areas that will bring for national and international collaboration.
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE :
Authors are invited to fill the Registration Form, and submit along with your abstract, not exceeding 500 words, to the conference organizers (email@example.com), before the deadline. Abstract must be submitted according to the template (Docx).
These abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and Authors will be notified whether or not their abstracts have been accepted, either as oral presentation or as Poster ( Guidelines click here).
All accepted abstracts will be compiled in a book of abstracts that will be distributed to each participant.
Selected articles will be presented during oral sessions while a poster exhibition will be arranged for all accepted posters. Posters will be displayed throughout the colloquium in a specific area.
Authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit full papers, at least 02 weeks before the colloquium (31-th October 2017).