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What is What in the Nanoworld
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The Conference is being organized as an international forum of specialists in science, technology, and application of nanostructures. The scope is:

- physics of nanostructures
- chemistry of nanostructures
- nanotechnology
- nanostructure based devices

Special Session "Frontiers of Two-dimensional Crystals"

Special Session "Nanoelectromagnetics".

The Scientific Program of the Conference will be composed of invited review talks, oral presentations and poster session. The Conference language is English.















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