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ISNEPP
Workshop 2007

29 Oct - 1 Nov 2007
Ishigaki Island, Ishigaki, Japan
 
Past Symposia Archive
ISNEPP 2006
18-21 June 2006
Hong Kong, P.R.China
ISNEPP 2005
12-14 January 2005
Bangkok, Thailand
 
Held at 

 Bahia Mar Beach Resort & Yachting Center
 801 Seabreeze Boulevard
 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

 

Welcome to the International Symposium on Nanotechnology in Environmental Protection and Pollution.
The objective of the ISNEPP series of symposia is to advance the emerging field of Nanotechnology in the areas of environmental protection and remediation, public health, energy resources and production, and standards and regulation.


International Symposium on Nanotechnology in Environmental Protection and Pollution

ISNEPP 2007

11-13 December 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
  Detection and Remediation  

Monitoring and Sensing
Remediation
Treatment and Decontamination


  Toxicity and Exposure Assessment  

Occupational and Environment
Health and Safety

  Energy and Sustainable Future  

Energy Generation
Energy Storage
Responsible Materials

Sector Focus

Food and Agriculture
Health and Medicine


Development of Standards

Exposure Control and Best Practices
Protection of Public/Worker/Military
Personnel Health and Safety


Life Cycle

Materials Pathways

The ISNEPP audience comprises researchers from
academia and R&D organizations as well as government policy makers and representatives from industry and industry bodies.


Submission of abstracts is now open.

Supported by:

 

 


Statistics of accepted abstracts:
Please send late abstracts to abstracts[at]apnf.org.

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ISNEPP 2007 Program Coordination:

Prof. Max Lu Director, ARC Centre for Functional Materials University of Queensland Australia
Prof. Sri Bandopadhyay University of New South Wales Kensington Australia
Dr. Jurgen Schulte Executive Director Asia Pacific Nanotechnology Forum Australia
Prof. David Weite University of New South Wales Centre of Water and Wastewater Technology Australia
Prof. Vassil Lovchinov Institute of Solid State Physics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Bulgaria
Dr. Konstantin Petrov Bulgarian Academy of Sciences   Bulgaria
Prof. Safa Kasap Professor & Canada Research Chair University of Saskatchewan Canada
Prof. F. Besenbacher Director Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) Denmark
Dr. Noriko Oki OECD Division ENV/EHS Nanotechnology France
Dr. Marie-Isabelle Baraton SPCTS - UMR CNRS 6638 Limoges France
Dr. Amanda Rogers TSE Systems GmbH   Germany
Dr. Wolfgang G. Kreyling National Research Center for Environment and Health Institute for Inhalation Biology Germany
Prof. N.R. Bandyopadhyay Director, School of Materials Science and Engineering Bengal Engineering and Science University India
Prof. Khalil. Arshak Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering University of Limerick Ireland
Dr. Shinichi Kamel Nanotechnology Research Team Mitsubishi Research Institute Japan
Dr. Todd Tilma   Asian Technology Information Program Japan
Dr. Takahiro Kobayashi Enviromental Health Sciences Division National Institute for Environmental Studies Japan
Dr. T Myojo Institute of Industrial Ecological Sciences University of Occupational and Environmental Health Japan
Dr. Z Luo Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Engineering University of Yamanashi Japan
Dr. K. Katayama-Hirayama Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Engineering University of Yamanashi Japan
Prof. Chunying Chen National Center for Nanoscience and Technology Laboratory for Biological Effects of Nanomaterials and Nanosafety P.R. China
Prof. Wenfeng Shangguan Research Center for Combustion and Environmental Technology Shanghai Jiao Tong University P.R. China
Dr. Haifang Wang Peking University Chemistry and Molecular Engineering P.R. China
Prof. Daofang Zhang University of Shanghai for Science and Technology   P.R. China
Prof. Xiaojing Huang University of Shanghai for Science and Technology   P.R. China
Prof. Dr. Ion N. Mihailescu Director
National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics
  Romania
Prof. Liya Yu Division of Environmental Science and Engineering National University of Singapore Singapore
Prof. Jungil Lee Korean Institute for Science and Technology (KIST)   South Korea
Prof. Kurt Geckeler Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology South Korea
Prof Ju-Young Kim Department of Advanced Materials Engineering Kangwon National University South Korea
Prof Man Bock Gu Korea University   South Korea
Prof Byoung-In Sang Korean Institute for Science and Technology (KIST)   South Korea
Dr. Arben Merkoçi Group Leader, Nanobioelectronics & Biosensors Group Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Spain
Prof. Harald F. Krug Materials-Biology Interactions EMPA / ETH Switzerland
Prof. Peter Wick Materials-Biology Interactions EMPA / ETH Switzerland
Dr. Christoph Meili The Innovation Society   Switzerland
Dr. Noppawan Tanpipat NANOTEC National Nanotechnology Center (NSTDA) Thailand
Dr. Joydeep Dutta AIT Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology   Thailand
Dr. Paul J.A. Borm Centre of Expertise in Life Sciences (CEL)   The Netherlands
Prof.Dr. J. Schoonman Faculty of Applied Sciences DelftChemTech The Netherlands
Dr Arzum Erdem Gursan Faculty of Pharmacy   Turkey
Dr. Peter Hatto Director Ion Bond Ltd and Chair ISO/TC 229 UK
Dr. Steffi Friedrichs Director Nanotechnology Business Association UK
Dr. Pagona Papakonstantinou Northern Ireland Bioengineering Research Centre   UK
Dr. Jamie Lead University of Birmingham   UK
Prof. Vicky Stone Schoof of Life Science, Toxicology Napier University UK
Prof Ashok Vaseashta Director
Nanomaterials Processing and Characterization Laboratories
Marshall University USA
Dr. Richard Pleus Director Intertox USA
Prof. Andres D. Campiglia Department of Chemistry University of Central Florida USA
Dr Ni-Bin Chang   University of Central Florida USA
Dr Lei Zhai   University of Central Florida USA
Prof. Günter Oberdörster University of Rochester Molecular Toxicology & Environmental Medicine USA
Prof. Andre Nel Clinical Immunology and Allergy UCLA Medical Center USA
Prof. Rao Y. Surampalli Engineer Director U.S. Environmental Protection Agency USA
Prof. Wonbong Choi Director of Nanomaterials & Device Laboratory Florida International University USA
Prof. Florencio Hernandez Department of Chemistry University of CentralFlorida USA
Dr. David M. Balshaw Program Administrator, Center for Risk and Integrated Sciences  National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences USA
Dr. Jacoby Scher Quest Consulting Incorporated   USA



 
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