INASCON goes digital – time to register!

Logotype of INASCON, the annual international nanoscience student conference.

The annual international nanoscience student conference INASCON is coming up. This year, it is held in Lund 11–13 August, broadcasted online, open for anyone interested in nanoscience: students, academics or businesses.

INASCON is an annual, student-organized conference on nanoscience and technology, hosted in different countries since 2007 and originally to be hosted this year in Lund, Sweden. However, due to global circumstances, the conference will be hosted entirely online – and by going digital, for the first time in INASCON’s history: completely free of charge for all to register and participate.

The conference aims to showcase the amazing possibilities that nanoscience creates for the world, from nanobiomedicine to nanoelectronics, nanomaterials and more. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the new technologies of the future being developed at the frontier of science is happily encouraged to participate.

Guest speakers consisting of prominent researchers in the various fields of nanoscience, including a Nobel Prize laureate, will host presentations in their respective fields. Aside from academic presentations, INASCON will offer a multitude of other fun and fascinating activities, such as virtual tours of Lund Nano Lab and presentation of the next-generation particle accelerator and synchrotron radiation facility MAX IV, an entrepreneurship workshop with nanotech startups hosted by VentureLab, social activities and academic poster session by doctorate researchers from worldwide universities.

If you are a doctorate student or researcher, you can sign up to our poster session or oral presentations before July 10th to present your work to other conference participants.

For registration, schedule, and more info, visit www.inascon.org