Contributed talks selected, preliminary program announced
The results of the voting of contributed talks by our International Advisory Board have been tallied. The Board had an extremely difficult job of selecting only 28 contributed talks amongst 157 excellent submissions, and in the plenary session model that is the backbone of the NT Conference series there simply is not enough space to accept all deserving contributions as talks.
The preliminary schedule to NT13 can be found on the Program page.
The organizers want to again emphasize that the NT13 Conference poster presentations have an equal scientific importance as the oral presentations, and will be highlighted in Poster+ summary presentations before each long and convivial poster session.
Abstract submission closed, registration until June 20
Abstract submission to NT13 has closed and the program has been announced. Registration will be open until June 20. The remarkably affordable NT13 registration is priced as follows:
NOTE: the NT13 Organizing Committee has decided to support up to 5 students by offering free registration based on financial grounds and scientific merit. Please send your free form applications stating the need for the support, along with your abstract, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on registration can be found on the Registration page, on deadlines on the Important Dates page, and on the Conference hotel options on the Accommodation page (please note that the cheapest option is only 35 €/night in a shared room!)
As per the NT tradition, six thematically linked Satellite Symposia will be held after the main conference in Tallinn, Estonia. The themes of the satellites are:
The remarkable affordable registration fees of the NT13 Conference - without compromising on the quality of the meeting - have been enabled by generous support from our sponsors and supporting foundations.
Welcome to NT13!
The NT conferences have long been the most important international meetings for nanotube research. The fourteenth installment will take place in June 2013 on the campus area of Aalto University in Espoo, Finland. NT13 will uphold the NT tradition of presenting the latest results in the science and applications of nanotubes and related materials in plenary sessions. Emphasis will be given to convivial poster sessions and student participation. NT13 will also make the conference as accessible as possible worldwide by offering very attractive pricing, particularly for students.
Please see the Organization page for more information.
We hope to see you all in Finland in 2013!