D-DAY

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July 1(Wed.) ~ 3(Fri.) , 2020

, Korea

NANO KOREA 2019

“Nanomaterials, the building block of future” 12 technical sessions, 114 invited speakers, 1082 Oral & Poster Presentations from 21 countries

NANO KOREA 2018

“The key driver for the 4th Industrial Revolution” 8 technical sessions, 102 invited speakers, 985 Oral & Poster Presentations from 23 countries

NANO KOREA 2017

“Nanotechnology, the Great Beginning” 8 technical sessions, 126 invited speakers, 984 Oral & Poster Presentations from 14 countries

NANO KOREA 2016

“Nanotechnology, the Great Beginning” 8 technical sessions, 87 invited speakers, 1,043 Oral & Poster Presentations from 20 countries

NANO KOREA 2015

“Nanotechnology, the Engine of Creative Economy” 8 technical sessions, 121 invited speakers, 970 Oral & Poster Presentations from 15 countries

NANO KOREA 2014

“Nanotechnology, the Engine of Creative Economy” 9 technical sessions, 130 invited speakers, 800 Oral & Poster Presentations from 25 countries

NANO KOREA 2013

“Nanotechnology, Pioneer for the Next Generation Industries” 9 technical sessions, 85 invited speakers from 12 countries

NANO KOREA 2012

“Nanotechnology, the Frontiers of Innovation in Science & Industry” 9 technical sessions and 10th Anniversary session, 88 invited speakers from 10 countries

NANO KOREA 2011

“Nanotechnology, Bridge to Global Happiness” 8 technical sessions, 53 invited speakers from 11 countries Keynote Speaker: Prof. Konstantin Novoselov (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010)

NANO KOREA 2010

“Nanotechnology for the Green World” 14 technical sessions, 75 invited speakers from 13 countriesKeynote speakers: Prof. Robert Grubbs (The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2005) Prof. Peter Grünberg (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007) * Hosted the World Authority IEEE NANO Conference in Korea

NANO KOREA 2009

“Orienteering for Nano Convergence” 6 technical sessions, 47 invited speakers from 6 countries Keynote speaker: Prof. Zhores I. Alferov (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2000)

NANO KOREA 2008

“Nanotechnology for the Sustainable World” 7 technical sessions, 48 invited speakers from 6 countries

NANO KOREA 2007

“Nanotechnology, Invitation to the Future” 7 technical sessions, 42 invited speakers from 5 countries

NANO KOREA 2006

“The key driver for the 4th Industrial Revolution” 8 technical sessions, 102 invited speakers, 985 Oral & Poster Presentations from 23 countries

NANO KOREA 2005

“NT Challenge, Science & Technology for next Era” 9 technical sessions, 54 invited speakers from 8 countries

NANO KOREA 2004

“NT Challenge, Now & Tomorrow” 9 technical sessions, 58 invited speakers from 5 countriesKeynote speaker: Sir Harold Kroto (The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1996)

NANO KOREA 2003

“Future Initiative, First Invitation” 2 Tracks, 42 invited speakers from 3 countries