Micro & Nano 2018
InternationalConference

An interactive forum
for scientists and engineers
working in the challenging field of
Micro - Nanoelectronics, Nanotechnologies and MEMs

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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The “Micro & Nano 2018 Conference” aims at gathering together in an interactive forum all scientists and engineers working in the challenging field of Micro - Nanoelectronics, Nanotechnologies and MEMs and to stimulate discussions in last achievements and new developments in this rapidly evolving field.

One of the key objectives of the Conference is to promote collaboration and partnership between different academia, research and industry players in the field. The Conference combines an extensive scientific programme including oral and poster sessions and social events.

Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Microelectronic Engineering, after peer review. Extended abstracts of all accepted papers will be published by a well-recognized publisher, due to be announced soon.

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Dates

The Micro & Nano 2018 Conference, will be held from Monday the 5th to Wednesday the 7th of November 2018. For more details on the registration, paper submission etc please visit our deadlines page.

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Deadlines

Abstract submission deadline: will remain open for late submissions
Acceptance notification: 10 September 2018
Registration: is open
Early registration deadline: expired

Hall 3 of Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA)

Conference

This is the seventh of a series of Conferences on Micro - Nanoelectronics, Nanotechnologies and MEMs held in Greece every three years and organized by the "Micro&Nano" Scientific Society.

Having a drink at the Conference Gala

Social events

Many supporting social events will be organized to enrich the Conference, including a gala dinner, visits at the city and the Archaeological Site of Vergina (Royal tombs).

View of Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA)

Venue

The Conference will be held at Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA), located in the campus of the Aristotle University, in the heart of Thessaloniki.

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City

Thessaloniki is the capital city of Macedonia - North Greece. The history of the city goes back to the Ancient Greeks, celebrating more than 2300 years of vibrant history. 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Proceedings in Elsevier
Microelectronic Engineering

 

More information
on the PROCEEDINGS page.

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Poster Presentation
guidelines

 

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page to learn more.

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Payment by credit card
is now possible

 

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REGISTRATION page.

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THE ORGANIZERS

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The conference will be co-organized by
the Schools of Physics, Informatics and Electrical & Computer Engineering
of the Arististotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Microelectrronic Engineering Journal by Elsevier

Proceedings appearing in a special issue of microelectronic Engineering (Elsevier)

Please let us know if you wish to submit an article for a special issue of Microelectronic Engineering by Elsevier and notify us by e-mail. 
The articles will go through a peer review proccess as required by the Journal. We strongly encourage you ALL to submit.

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ABOUT THESSALONIKI

HISTORY

 

The city was founded around 315 BC by King Cassander of Macedonia and is named after Thessaloniki, the sister of Alexander the great and daughter of Philip II (king of Macedonia). It played important role during the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and (still in) Modern era - thus the diverse architectural constructions embellishing the town.

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GEOGRAPHY

 

Thessaloniki is the capital city of Macedonia - North Greece. The history of the city goes back to the Ancient Greeks, celebrating more than 2300 years of vibrant history.

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Sea side sunset at Thessaloniki (photo by Paschou Constantin)