The BOND 21 conferences plan to explore in great depth, the implication of the concept in the management of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. The topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Solid preparation & characterization
  • Thin films: micro- & nano-scale
  • Dielectrics
  • Semiconductor nanodevices & optoelectronics
  • Theory; Simulation and Modeling
  • DNA chips & lab-on chip
  • Transducer
  • Education of nanoscience
  • Education and technology management
  • Materials & Metallurgy Engineering
  • Polymers and Composites
  • Compounds & Alloys
  • Sensors
  • Magnetic, optic, electronic materials
  • Nanostructure materials
  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Geothermal, bio & ocean energy
  • Hydropower, Hydrogen and fuel cells
  • Energy storage
  • Green Technology
  • Nanotechnology Management
  • Nanotechnology Acceptance, Adoption, & Transfer
  • Nano-Ethics & Society
  • Nano-Risk Management
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Human Capital Development
  • Technopreneurship
  • Environmental Safety
  • Etc.

The above is not intended to be all-inclusive. However, competitive and working papers in related areas will be welcomed for refereeing. All competitive papers accepted for the conference will be reviewed by a panel of experts and successful authors will present their papers at the BOND 21: ICNE, ICNR, and ICGNM conferences.

The selected papers will be fast-tracked to a special book to be published by Renewable Energy (Impact Factor=2.978 in 2011) (Elsevier publisher), Solar Energy (Impact Factor=2.475 in 2011) (Elsevier publisher), International Journal of Nanoelectronics and Materials (IJNeaM) indexed by Scopus, and Journal of Information and Communication Technology (JICT) indexed by Scopus.

Presentation can be either oral or poster. The allocated time for each oral presentation will be 15 minutes. Poster session will be carried out through data show presentation, so please provide us the power point file only.