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IEEE NAP-2021 International Conference “Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties” Update

Thursday, June 10th, 2021

Reminder: abstracts submission deadline (June 14th, 2021).

The 2021 IEEE International Conference NANOMATERIALS: APPLICATIONS & PROPERTIES (IEEE NAP-2021) to be held on Sept 5-11, 2021, at the beautiful Gagarinn Hotel! To start your submission today, visit our conference website or follow a direct link here: https://nap.sumdu.edu.ua/index.php/nap/nap2021. After 15+ months of the COVID-19 pandemic and telecommuting, we are finally turning the corner. It is time to experience a “real” scientific meeting and professional and social networking! Thus, we encourage all potential attendees to get vaccinated (if they have not already done it yet) and join us at the #IEEENAP Conference, co-sponsored by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council and Sumy State University, supported and endorsed by IEEE Magnetics Society, and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics IUPAP!

COVID-19 update:
In line with guidance from local and international public health authorities, the conference hotel is relaxing some on-site COVID-19 controls. Namely, fully vaccinated guests no longer need to wear a face-covering or socially distance (individuals is considered to be fully vaccinated two weeks after their final vaccine dose). Non-vaccinated guests are also welcome, but still expected to wear a face covering and maintain 2 meters (6 ft) of distance from other people. The hotel employees will continue wearing face-covering masks and implement additional anti-COVID measures. These include frequent sanitizing of high-touch areas, door handles, counters, tabletops, public area furniture, meeting room doors, restaurant, card swipes, room keys, exterior benches, trash bins, etc. The safety and well-being of our guests and attendees remain our top priority!

Conference Tracks & Topics:
The NAP-2021 Conference continues our tradition of bringing together materials science and engineering experts, emphasizing nanomaterials-related topics:

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Kickoff: TC-16 on Quantum, Neuromorphic and Unconventional Computing

Friday, May 21st, 2021

It is a pleasure to announce the first meeting of the newborn Technical Committee on Quantum, Neuromorphic and Unconventional computing of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council. This first edition, planned for June, 11th, 2021, will start at 2:00pm CEST, Rome time zone, (which will be 5:00am PDT, 8:00am EDT, 9:00pm JST) and will be virtual with a very exiting program with speakers from around the world either from academia and industry.

The list of the speakers is the following:

Kosuke Tatsumura, Corporate Research and Development Center, Toshiba Corporation, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan “Autonomously-synchronizable multi-chip architecture for Ising machines based on simulated bifurcation”

Satoshi Sunada, Kanazawa, Japan
“Physical deep learning based on dynamical systems”

Hyunsoo Yang, National University of Singapore
“Spin based Neuromorphic and Unconventional Computing”

Guilherme P. Temporão, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
“Quantum networks”

Rudy Wojtecki, Principal Research Staff Member and Manager of the Novel Devices and Electronic Materials at IBM Almaden Research Center, USA “Fabricating the Future of Computing — From Silicon to Superconductors”

Jean Anne Incorvia, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
“Designing Magnetic Synapses and Neurons with Application-Specific Functions”

 

Giovanni Finocchio
Chair of the TC16 Quantum, Neuromorphic and Unconventional computing members, IEEE Nanotechnology Council
giovanni.finocchio@unime.it


Date: June, 11th, 2021

Time: 2:00pm CEST (Rome time zone) (5:00am PDT, 8:00am EDT, 9:00pm JST)

To register for the event, which is free, and to receive the Zoom meeting  connection, please fill out this form:

    NTC TC16 Kickoff Meeting Registration (free)

    You will receive the meeting invitation in email

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    Call for Proposals for 2024 Conferences – IEEE-NANO and IEEE NMDC

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

    The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is calling for proposals for a future sites for IEEE-NANO 2024 and IEEE NMDC 2024

    A. Call for proposals for a future sites for IEEE-NANO 2024

    Initial Proposal Deadline: 30 June 2021

    The IEEE Nanotechnology Conference (IEEE-NANO) is the flagship IEEE Nanotechnology conference. The conference scope covers a wide range in nanoscience and technology. In particular, it covers nanofabrication, nanomanufacturing, nanomaerials, nanobiomedicine, nanoenergy, nanoplasmonics, nanoelectronics, nanosensors and nanoactuators, characterization and modelling of nano structures and devices. NANO 2021 will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but NANO 2022 in Balearic Islands, Spain and NANO 2023 in Jeju Island, Korea. Recent conferences were in Macau (2019), Cork (2018), Pittsburgh (2017), Sendai (2016), Rome (2015), and Toronto (2014). NANO 2020 was held virtually due to the pandemic. NANO typically runs between mid- to late-July. We are now seeking proposals for IEEE-NANO 2024 which is expected to run in IEEE Region 8 (Europe, Africa and Middle East).

    For conference history, visit https://ieeenano.org/ieee-nano-conferences/.

    Initial Proposal deadline: 30 June 2021

    Early indication of an intention to submit a proposal is strongly recommended. Candidates for NANO 2024 will be expected to present a 5-10 minute “Proposal in Preparation” based on the initial proposal at the online NTC Excom and Adcom meetings in July 2021.

     

    PROPOSAL FORMAT:

    Initial proposals should be prepared in Power Point presentation format. NTC Conference Proposal Guidelines and a PPT template are available upon request. Proposals should cover:

    • Venue: City (or nearby city for rural locations); visitor access (e.g., daily flights,) with typical travel costs; hotel costs (including wi-fi, breakfast, etc.); tourist information
    • Facilities: Hotel or campus venue if known (with verification of availability for formal proposals); lecture theater and meal capacities
    • Personnel: General Chair(s), Program Chair(s), Treasurer, other volunteer personnel (e.g., program/advisory committees), if known, and any administrative staff or management company
    • Budget information:
      • For informal proposals: Target registration rates, estimated number of attendees, estimated income (registration, tutorials, exhibition, grants/donations, etc.), estimated expenses (meals/receptions/breaks, administrative costs, etc.), other features of interest.
      • For formal proposals: As above, but with more detail covering all budgeted income and expenses in the required IEEE NetSuite spreadsheet format. Note that the (Income-Expense)/Expense ratio must be at least 20%, in accordance with IEEE policy.

    Formal proposals must be e-mailed prior to the appropriate deadline to: NTC Vice-President for Conferences Jin-Woo Kim, (jwkim@uark.edu) with copies to Ed Perkins, NTC Secretary (e.perkins@ieee.org).

    Contact Jin-Woo Kim, (jwkim@uark.edu) with any questions.

     


    B. Call for proposals for a future site for IEEE-NMDC 2024

    Initial Proposal Deadline: 30 June 2021

    The IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (IEEE-NMDC) aims to develop critical assessment of existing work and future directions in nanotechnology research from every sector in the nanotechnology research field, with a special focus on materials and devices. NMDC 2021 will be held in Vancouver, Canada, NMDC 2022 in Nanjing, China and NMDC 2023 in Paestum, Italy. Past locations of the NMDC have been in Asia (Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore), USA (California, Michigan, Hawaii, Alaska, Portland), and Europe (Sicily, France, Stockholm). NMDC typically runs between mid-September and mid-October, with the later dates preferred since IEEE NANO runs in late July.

    We are now seeking proposals for IEEE-NMDC 2024 which is expected to run in IEEE Region 1-7 (North America) or 9 (South & Central America).

    For conference history, visit https://ieeenano.org/nmdc.

    Initial Proposal deadline:
    30 June 2021

    Early indication of an intention to submit a proposal is strongly recommended. Candidates for NMDC 2024 will be expected to present a 5-10 minute “Proposal in Preparation” based on the initial proposal at the online NTC Excom and Adcom meetings in July 2021.

     

    PROPOSAL FORMAT:

    Initial proposals should be prepared in Power Point presentation format. An NTC Conference Proposal Guidelines and a PPT template are available upon request. Proposals should cover:

    • Venue: City (or nearby city for rural locations); visitor access (e.g., daily flights,) with typical travel costs; hotel costs (including wi-fi, breakfast, etc.); tourist information
    • Facilities: Hotel or campus venue if known (with verification of availability for formal proposals); lecture theater and meal capacities
    • Personnel: General Chair(s), Program Chair(s), Treasurer, other volunteer personnel (e.g., program/advisory committees), if known, and any administrative staff or management company
    • Budget information:
      • For informal proposals: Target registration rates, estimated number of attendees, estimated income (registration, tutorials, exhibition, grants/donations, etc.), estimated expenses (meals/receptions/breaks, administrative costs, etc.), other features of interest.
      • For formal proposals: As above, but with more detail covering all budgeted income and expenses in the required IEEE NetSuite spreadsheet format. Note that the (Income-Expense)/Expense ratio must be at least 20%, in accordance with IEEE policy.

    Formal proposals must be e-mailed prior to the appropriate deadline to: NTC Vice-President for Conferences Jin-Woo Kim, (jwkim@uark.edu) with copies to Ed Perkins, NTC Secretary (e.perkins@ieee.org).

    Contact Jin-Woo Kim, (jwkim@uark.edu) with any questions.

     

    New Chapters and Regional Coordinators

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

    The IEEE NTC is expanding worldwide through the addition of new chapters. The Council has begun a three-year initiative to increase significantly the number of NTC Chapters worldwide. The NTC is pleased to announce the formations of these new Section and Student chapters. If you are located in the area, the local contact is listed. The complete list of NTC chapters and contacts is on the website:

    New Section Chapters

    • Nanjing Section and Zhejiang Subsection Joint Section – NTC Hangzhou Chapter

    Formed on 2/11/2021. Chapter contact is Yuda Zhao yudazhao@zju.edu.cn

    • Bombay Section NTC Chapter

    Formed on 3/8/2021. Chapter contact is Subhananda Chakrabarti subhanandachakrabarti@gmail.com

    • Kolkata Section and Patna Subsection and Patna Subsection Joint Section Chapter

    Formed on 4/15/2021. Chapter contact: Saurabh Pandey saurabh@iitp.ac.in

    • United Kingdom and Ireland Section Chapter

    Formed on 3/30/2021. Chapter contact: Mohsen Rahmani mohsenrahmani.82@gmail.com

    New Student Chapters

    • Indian Institute of Technology-Indore – Student Branch Chapter, Bombay Section.

    Formed on 4/14/2021. Chapter contact: Shaibal Mukherjee shaibal@iiti.ac.in

    • IEEE Indian Institute of Technology – Jodhpur . Student Branch Chapter, IEEE Dehli Section,

    Formed on 4/15/2021. Chapter contact: Anurag Dwivedi dwivedi.5@iitj.ac.in

     

    If you are interested in starting an NTC Chapter, contact the Chapters Chair, Lan Fu . She can help you with the petition process and chapter startup activities. Support is also available to train new chapter officers on the use of IEEE resources such as vTools to facilitate activities.

    More areas in the world are becoming involved in nanotechnology-related science, engineering and study and interested organizers are welcomed to file petitions to form chapters here. Or contact one of the Regional coordinators below.

    Regional Activities & Chapters Committee Chair
    Lan Fu, Australian National University

    Regional Chapter Coordinators:

     

     

    Call for 2021 Nominations IEEE Nanotechnology Council

    Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

    The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is seeking nominations for the following elected positions:

    (1) Election: VP for Educational Activities (2022-2023)

    (2) Election: VP for Publications (2022-2023) [incumbent is eligible]

    (3) Election: VP for Technical Activities (2022-2023)

    Unless otherwise noted, all positions are two-year terms and start Jan. 1, 2022.

    Nominations should include a statement from the candidate and a bio in IEEE format.

    The deadline for nominations is May 24, 2021.

    A position description and nomination form are in the  NTC Nomination Package, which can be downloaded here.

    Duties for the positions are described in the Constitution and the Bylaws.

    Eligibility: Candidates are nominated from current AdCom members or from those past members who have served as Member Society-appointed or ex-officio AdCom members within the previous five years. Review the AdCom roster here.

    NOTE: Nominations may be made only by AdCom members (see website AdCom page).

    Note: An individual may not serve concurrently as both a Council officer and a Council Member Society representative.

    Please email the nominations to Tommy Tzeng NTC Nominations Committee Chair at tzengyo@gmail.com by midnight (HK Time) 24-May-2021.

    The election will be held at the virtual NTC AdCom expected on or about July 28, 2021.

    NTC Young Professionals Update

    Monday, April 5th, 2021

    Since its establishment one year ago, the NTC Young Professionals (NTC YP) Committee expanded from one person to five highly motivated and active individuals. The committee members support their respective IEEE Regions: R7 (Canada), R8 (Europe, Middle East, Africa), R9 (Central and South Americas), R10 (Asia).

    Four Regional NTC YP LinkedIn pages have been established and are timely updated. The regional coordinators established cooperation with the regional NTC conference organizers in order to support and ensure presence of young professionals. The following conferences have committed to work with the NTC YP team: NMDC21, NAP21.

    Up to date, NTC YP have organized five nanotechnology webinars that gathered more than 300 participants. Another three webinars are scheduled. In March, during the first NTC YP Committee meeting, the plans and strategy for the activities and expansion have been discussed and are currently implemented. In addition to online presence, webinars, and conferences, the committee focuses on expansion to the USA IEEE Regions (1-6) and cooperation with NTC Chapters and YP Affinity Groups worldwide.

    NTC YP LinkedIn Groups

    Region 7: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieee-ntc-yp-canada/
    Region 8: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieee-ntc-young-professionals-r8
    Region 9: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieee-ntc-yp-r9
    Region 10: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieee-ntc-yp-r10-ap/

     

    Call for Participation: IEEE NTC Standards Committee

    Monday, April 5th, 2021

    Join the IEEE NTC Standards Committee and Make Your Mark

    Whether you are new to the nanotechnology field, or are a professional considering a change and want to find out more about nanotechnology, we invite you to join the IEEE Standards Association IEEE NTC Standards Committee in making a meaningful impact on your industry and organization.

    The scope of the Nanotechnology Council Standards Committee (NTC/SC) is to provide a focal point for cooperative activities, both internally and externally, including the promotion, consolidation, and coordination of nanotechnology activities among IEEE entities in the theory, design, and development of nanotechnology and its scientific, engineering and industrial applications.

    Our goal is to have the IEEE NTC Standards Committee provide a platform for our members to push for innovation in nanotechnology globally, access industry-driven guidance to governance bodies, and eventually shape a more unified culture of nanoscale production for years to come.

    • Join IEEE-NANO, the annual IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, to be held virtually from 28-31 July 2021. The conference will cover key topics in nanoscience and nanotechnology, including:
        • Developing new nanomaterials or controlling matter at the nanometer-length scale
        • Studying the fundamental physical, chemical, or biological properties of nanomaterials and nanostructures
        • Manipulating and optimizing nanomaterials and nanostructures to create new nanosensors, nanoactuators, and nanoelectronic/nanophotonic devices
    • Become a member: As a member, you will have the unique opportunity to help develop standards, collaborate with various IEEE entities on nanotechnology activities, and network and grow your career.
        • If you are interested in participating in the committee, please contact me as the Nanotechnology Council Standards Committee Chair at tyler.l.jaynes@ieee.org, or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Vanessa Lalitte, at v.lalitte@ieee.org.

    This is an exciting time to be involved in the development of nanotechnology standards, and the IEEE NTC Standards Committee welcomes you to join and grow with our community of innovators.

     

    IEEE NAP-2021 International Conference: First Call for Papers/Abstracts

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

    IEEE NAP Conference:
    The IEEE International Conference on “Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties” (NAP-2021) will be held as a “physical” meeting on Sept. 5-11, 2021 in hotel GAGARINN, Odesa, Ukraine. For last four years NAP conference was co-organized by Sumy State University and the IEEE Nanotechnology Council. The #NAP2021 is endorsed and supported by the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics, and the IEEE Magnetics Society. This is an annual conference, and 200+ international attendees are expected.

    First Call for Abstracts/Papers:
    We are pleased to announce the commencement of the submission of abstracts for Oral and Poster presentations at the IEEE NAP-2021 Conference. The Call for Papers is now available. The abstract submission deadline is May 17, 2021. Register on our website and submit yours today!

    Covered Topics:
    The NAP-2021 Conference continues our tradition of bringing together materials science and engineering experts, emphasizing nanomaterials-related topics:
    – Nanomaterials Synthesis & Self-assembly
    – Thin Films & Coatings
    – Nanoscale Imaging & Characterization
    – Nanophotonics
    – Transport Properties in Nanoscale Systems
    – Nanomagnetism & Magnetic Materials
    – Superconductivity in Nanoscale Systems
    – Nanodevices & Sensors
    – Nanomaterials for Energy & Environment
    – Biomedical Applications
    – Theory, Modeling & Interdisciplinary Topics

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    Presidential Appointments in 2021

    Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

    At is November 6th meeting, the Nanotechnology Council ratified the following Presidential appointments. Please join us in welcoming them to our 2021 roster!

    Standards Committee Chair
    Tyler L. Jaynes
    Albany Medical College

     

    Tyler Jaynes is a consultant, specializing in medical and bioethics. He has degrees from Utah Valley University, and working on Masters from Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College. His research interests are in bioethics, medical ethics, and technology ethics; international jurisprudence in medical & technologic regulation and nanotechnology application & development. He is a member of IEEE and Chair, IEEE Nanotechnology Council Standards Committee (NTCSC) and Secretary, IEEE P2863™ – Recommended Practice for Organizational Governance of Artificial Intelligence – Standard Development Group

    Industrial Advisory Committee Chair
    Valentine Novosad
    Argonne National Laboratory

    Valentine Novosad is a Senior Scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory. He completed his Ph.D. studies on magneto-optics at the Institute for Low Temperature Physics & Engineering (Ukraine), and Laboratoire de Magnétisme Louis Néel (France) in 1998. During 1998–2001 he was a postdoctoral researcher at Tohoku University (Japan) where he studied geometric confinement effects in nanomagnets. He joined Argonne’s Materials Science Division in 2001.

    Novosad’s current research is focused on the fundamental and applied studies of magnetic and superconducting thin films and patterned heterostructures.  He co-authored four US patents, 230+ research papers (h-index: 41). Fellow of American Physical Society and co-recipient of the University of Chicago’s Award & Medal for Distinguished Performance at Argonne National Laboratory.  Currently, Novosad,  IEEE Senior Member, serves as the IEEE Chicago Section Chair, the IEEE Nanotechnology Council and IEEE Magnetics Society AdCom member.

    Regional Activities & Chapters Committee
    Lan Fu
    Australian National University

    Lan Fu received her PhD degree from the Australia National University (ANU) in 2001 and is currently a Full Professor at the Research School of Physics, ANU. Prof. Lan Fu was the recipient of the IEEE Photonic Society Graduate Student Fellowship (2000), Australian Research Council (ARC) Postdoctoral Fellowship (2002), ARF/QEII Fellowship (2005) and Future Fellowship (2012). Professor Fu is a senior member of IEEE, IEEE/Photonics and Electron Devices Societies and was the past chair of the Photonics Society, Electron Devices Society and Nanotechnology Council Chapters of the IEEE ACT section. She is also the current member of the Australian Academy of Science National Committee on Materials Science and Engineering, Secretary of the Executive Committee of Australian Materials Research Society (AMRS), and Australian Research Council College of Experts. Lan Fu’s main research interests include design, fabrication and integration of optoelectronic devices (LEDs, lasers, photodetectors and solar cells) based on low-dimensional III-V compound semiconductor structures including quantum wells, self-assembled quantum dots and nanowires grown by metal-organic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD).

    TryNano Editor-in-Chief
    James Spicer
    The John Hopkins University

    James Spicer is a professor of Materials Science and Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the chair of Materials Science and Engineering Program in the Engineering for Professionals Program and is a member of the Principal Professional Staff at The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. His research focuses on laser-material interactions for advanced processing and materials characterization including ultrafast studies of nanoscale thermal and acoustic transport, polymer matrix nanocomposite processing and characterization, optical and ultrasonic characterization of additively manufactured materials, development of opto-thermal barrier coatings for space probes and characterization of high-energy laser materials. He is a member of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society and the IEEE Sensors Council. He is also a member of ASME, OSA, MRS and APS.

     

    IEEE NTC YP India Activities

    Monday, January 25th, 2021

    Contributed by Santhosh Sivasubramani

    As the representative of the IEEE NTC YP India, It’s my privilege to share the summary of the First edition of the IEEE NTC YP India webinar series. Two webinars have been conducted each in November 2020 and December 2020 hosting the eminent speakers in the broad domain of nanotechnology. There was active reception, registration and participation to this first step in India on behalf of Nanotechnology Council. The webinar details and the photographs are shared below.

    The First webinar was organized on November 21, 2020 10:00 am in India. It hosted Prof. Brajesh Kumar Kaushik, Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee 10 m and Dr. Mudrika Khandelwal, Associate professor, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad 10:30 am. Prof. Brajesh Kumar Kaushik, Regional Chapters Coordinator R10 India, the inaugural speaker of the webinar 1 has briefly discussed about the Nanotechnology Council and its details as part of his presentation.

    Prof. Brajesh has briefly introduced the guests on Spintronics-Perspectives and Challenges “Conventional CMOS technology has reached to the brink of its scaling limits and poses significant challenges for the development of next generation high-speed ultra-low power costeffective memory and processing devices. These spintronics based novel computing approaches find applications in image processing and provides efficient solution to the complex computing problems. ”

    Dr. Mudrika has briefly spoke about “Cellulose – the most common biopolymer – is commonly produced by various organisms such as plants, trees, algae, and bacteria. Bacterial cellulose in
    particular is attractive owing to its purity, crystallinity, and being composed of a threedimensional network of cellulose nanofibres. However, the most important aspect is the possibility to tune cellulose properties during and post synthesis. We have successfully produced carbon nanofibrous anode by pyrolysis of bacterial cellulose for Lithium-ion batteries and modulated its properties to improve capacity, stability, and rate capability.”

    The second webinar was organized on December 19, 2020 10:30 am in India. It hosted, Professor. Kamakoti Veezhinathan for his wonderful session on “Journey of indigenous SHAKTI Microprocessor”. 10.30 am and Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma for his wonderful session on “Candle Soot Nanocarbon for Energy Storage Applications”. 11 am. Prof. Kamakoti has briefly introduced the guests with the Open-source processor development initiative by the RISE group at IIT-Madras. The aim is to build an ecosystem of production grade processors, SoC’s and peripheral IP’s. Software Development Kits and IDE’s readily available to build applications on SHAKTI. Various drivers and sensor applications proven on SHAKTI based development boards.

    Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma delivered a interested lecture on Candle soot. Carbon from candle soot is not only the most facile way to produce nanocarbon but is being explored for a large number of engineering applications including as an electrode for electric vehicles. He discussed briefly some of the latest results from the CARBON Lab, IIT Hyderabad in the talk. Candle soot. Carbon from candle soot is not only the most facile way to produce nanocarbon but is being explored for a large number of engineering applications including as an electrode for electric vehicles. I shall discuss briefly some of the latest results from our CARBON Lab in the talk.

    This ends the summary of the activities from IEEE NTC YP India, we believe we will grow and expand our horizons to have many more fruitful opportunities and wide outreach on behalf of Nanotechnology Council.

    We welcome all the IEEE Members of R10, India who are young professionals and members of Nanotechnology Council to kindly follow the page for further updates on webinars, technical
    activities and networking opportunities.

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