Call for Abstracts

Invited abstracts for talks and presentations to discuss in the congress

The International Conference on Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology, known as ICNano, is a significant event within the Advanced Materials Congress. It invites individuals from around the world, including students, researchers, scientific communities, business professionals, policymakers, and civil society, to connect with their peers and professionals. 

ICNano plays a vital role in addressing the challenges of climate change by providing a platform for experts to showcase their research, celebrate accomplishments, and explore advancements in climate-efficient nanotechnology. The focus on climate efficiency highlights the importance of sustainable solutions that minimize the environmental impact of nanomaterials and nanotechnology applications. Through presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, attendees gain valuable insights into recent developments in these areas and their contributions to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

International Conference on Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology 

The ICNano aims to facilitate in-depth discussions and collaborations among participants to broaden and enhance the knowledge of Advanced Nanomaterials research and inspire innovation and responsiveness to technological needs. The conference provides a platform for young researchers and students from cross-disciplinary areas to come together under a single umbrella. Attendees, including researchers, engineers, students, professionals, and business leaders, can present their research results, breakthrough innovations, discoveries, path-breaking ideas, experiences, products, and even launch new products on a global platform.

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

The International Conference on Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology will run with Hybrid participation Setups (Onsite (Physical), Online LIVE, and On-Demand) using integrated conference technology that generates opportunity among delegates to extend their presence with respect to the exchange of research, networking, discussion, and publication more accessible than ever before.

  • Follow the instructions given in the Abstract Template.
  • Create an account in the Delegate Portal for abstract submission.
  • Submit the abstract in an MS Word File through your account. Abstracts submitted by post, fax, or email will not be considered.
  • The submitting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission. Please note that the presenting author should submit the abstract at the conference.
  • Submission of an abstract automatically implies acknowledgment of the submitting author that the work described was conducted in accordance with current ethical standards and regulations of research policy.
  • Abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee before acceptance. Abstracts that raise ethical concerns, do not meet scientific standards, or include work that is insufficiently relevant will be rejected. Notification regarding abstract acceptance will be sent to the submitting author by email.

Reasons to Submit Abstract

  • Opportunity to interact with an outstanding line-up of international speakers including government representatives and leading researchers from industry and academia.
  • Gain a global perspective: the congress is attended by scientists, experts, technocrats, and researchers from both developed and developing nations.
  • Spread knowledge about your subject area worldwide: Share your experiences in research, teaching, and good practices.
  • All the accepted abstracts will be published in the Abstracts Book of International Conference on Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology after peer-review with ISBN and DOI. 
  • Publish full article of your presentation in the special issue of Advanced Materials Letters (subject to peer-review)
  • Submitted abstracts with biography will be considered for IAAM awards and IAAM medal lectures.