IEEE Nanotechnology Council
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Women in Nanotechnology

IEEE Nanotechnology Council – Women in Nanotechnology Committee

Women in Nanotechnology (WIN) welcomes all members within the nanotechnology community who represent or support women engineers and scientists in both academia and industry. WIN is about celebrating technical accomplishments of women within the various sub-disciplines of nanotechnology and providing mentorship, networking and collaboration opportunities for the younger generation of aspiring women.


  • Elevating the NTC WIN Committee Membership and value of WIN committee
  • Enhance the knowledge base by developing programs and activities by supporting TryNano and NTC TC activities.
  • Recognize women achievers by  outstanding achievements awards in IEEE Fields of Interest through IEEE NTC WIN Awards nominations
  • Organize sessions, workshops and forums at annual NTC conferences to enhance networking and to promote membership in WIN.
  • Promote member grade advancement for women to the grades of Senior Member and Fellow.
  • Flagship events involving regional coordinators

Mission & Objectives aligned with IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE)

  • WIE Mission: To facilitate the recruitment and retention of women in nanotechnology disciplines globally.
  • WIE Vision: This committee focuses on promoting women engineers and inspiring young girls around the world to follow their academic interests in a nanotechnology career.
  • WIE Pledge: Women in Nanotechnology Pledges with IEEE WIE to support diversity equity and inclusion,  which is beyond gender to ethnicity/age/etc. Supporting to break the bias.

2022-23 Chair: Kanika Singh, Ph.D, SM IEEE

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WIN Recent News & Activities

IEEE NTC WIN – Virtual Round Table, DEI Prospects and Challenges

To be successful, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies require the ongoing support of the entire organization, as well as continued application of improvement. Join the IEEE Nanotechnology Council Women in Nanotechnology (WIN) for this important Virtual round table discussion on DEI prospects and challenges.

IEEE Diversity Statement:

IEEE’s mission to foster technological innovation and excellence to benefit humanity requires the talents and perspectives of people with different personal, cultural, and disciplinary backgrounds. IEEE is committed to advancing diversity in the technical profession, and to promoting an inclusive and equitable culture that welcomes, engages, and rewards all who contribute to the field, without regard to race, religion, gender, disability, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. For further information visit the IEEE diversity website.

DATE: 20 April 2022

Register here


Kanika Singh, IEEE NTC Women in Nanotechnology Chair


  • Fabrizio Lombardi, IEEE NTC President
  • Kanika Singh, IEEE NTC Women in Nanotechnology Chair
  • Jenifer Castillo R., IEEE WIE (Women in Engineering) Chair
  • Dalma Novak, IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) Chair


Topic Speaker Time slot
Welcome & Introduction Nanotechnology Council, IEEE NTC WIN Fabrizio Lombardi 10 mins
IEEE NTC WIN Vision and Mission and WIE pledge Kanika Singh 10 mins
WIE Efforts and challenges towards DEI Jenifer Castillo R. 20 mins
DEI Challenges and prospects with Societies/Council Business cases Dalma Novak 20 mins
Open discussion ALL Panelists 20 mins

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