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IEEE Nanotechnology Newsletter, Jan-Feb 2015 Issue.


Jan-Feb 2015

  NTC Presidents Message January 2015

Dear Colleagues:Welcome to our inaugural issue of our e-Newsletter!

This is another of the messages I send from time to time to the NTC (IEEE Nanotechnology Council) email list of 14,000+ people interested in Nanotechnology. The Chapter of the Year Award for 2014 went to the San Francisco and Bay Area chapter. This chapter is very active and provides an excellent example of what chapters can do, from running monthly meetings to yearly symposia. Check them out at

We have elected Prof. Yonhua (Tommy) Tzeng, of the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, to the post of VP for Publications. He has also been named Editor in Chief (EiC) for our web presence. His first task as EiC is to revamp the NTC web site and set up a process for keeping it updated.

We are planning to increase our involvement in education and hope to offer a one-week summer school on nanotechnology, designed primarily for graduate students, postdocs and recent graduates. We expect to receive proposals between now and the summer of 2015 and select one of them at the next AdCom meeting for a summer 2016 offering. The AdCom at its last meeting approved funding of about $40,000 to help defray expenses of the school. A more formal request for proposals will follow soon, but we would appreciate brief letters of intent to get us started. The school should have a theme (for example, graphene devices) and the final proposals should indicate venue, speakers and budgets.

As always, I welcome your comments and suggestions.

Ari Requicha
University of Southern California
President, IEEE Nanotechnology Council

This IEEE Nanotechnology Newsletter highlights publications, conferences, technical activities, news, messages, and announcements which might interest the readers. Highlighted in this issue include:

Welcome to IEEE NMDC 2015 in Anchorage, Alaska on 13-16 September, 2015

Highlights of Early Access Papers in TNANO

Preview of IEEE Nanotechnology Conference 2015

IEEE NANO 2015 2nd call for papers Deadline March 15, 2015

Highlights of IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine December 2014 Issue

Highlights of the January 2015 Issue of TNANO

3M NANO 2015, 5-9 Oct, Changchun, China, Call for Papers

NANOfIM 2015, 1st Workshop on Nanotechnology in Instrumentation and Measurement CALL FOR PAPERS

TNANO Special Section on Defect and Fault Tolerance CALL FOR PAPERS

Click HERE to read full content online or click titles above for individual subjects.

It is hoped that by the web-based NTC Newsletter, nanotechnology related R&D, commercialization and education can be effectively promoted for the benefits of humanity.

Yonhua (Tommy) Tzeng
University Chair Professor
Electrical Engineering
National Cheng Kung University
Tainan City, Taiwan
IEEE Fellow, Web/Newsletter EiC, VP for Publications
IEEE Nanotechnology Council

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