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Important Dates

Submission Deadline:
February 4, 2022

Decisions:
March 1, 2022

Registration Deadline:
April 6
, 2022

 

Virtual Meeting - real-time streamed talks and posters

19th Annual Conference on
FOUNDATIONS OF NANOSCIENCE:
SELF-ASSEMBLED ARCHITECTURES AND DEVICES (FNANO22)

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Monday, April 11 – Thursday, April 14, 2022

Real-Time Virtual Meeting

FNANO22 WEBPAGE:  http://fnano2022.iopconfs.org

FNANO22 Abstract Submission:

http://fnano2022.iopconfs.org/submission

Our REAL-TIME VIRTUAL FNANO22:

We will run a real-time virtual streamed FNANO 2022 to allow us to continue to share our research.

FNANO Conference OVERVIEW:  

This is a yearly conference on the foundations of nanoscience, maintaining the highest scientific standards and providing many opportunities for discussion and informal exchange of information and questions.  Key topics include experimental and theoretical studies of self-assembled architectures and devices, at scales ranging from nano-scale to meso-scale. Self-assembly is a central but not exclusive theme: the conference covers a broad range of research into synthetic and natural nanoscale structures, devices and systems.

FNANO spans many traditional disciplines including chemistry, biochemistry, physics, computer science, mathematics, and engineering. Information on the prior years’ Conferences on Foundations of Nanoscience can be viewed at the archive web site(FNANO04, FNANO05, FNANO06, FNANO07, FNANO08, FNANO09, FNANO10FNANO11, FNANO12, FNANO13, FNANO14, FNANO15, FNANO16, FNANO17, FNANO18, FNANO19, FNANO20, and FNANO21).  The 19th Conference on Foundations of Nanoscience (FNANO22) will have a mixture of invited talks by distinguished scientists as well as contributed talks and posters and opportunities for discussions to enhance attendee interaction with the goal of creating vibrant intellectual community in the areas of nanoscience and self-assembly. (See Policy against Harassment of FNANO and sponsor ISNSCE.)

ANNUAL PRIZE AWARDS: The ISNSCE Nanoscience Prize recognizes life-long achievements by a researcher working in any area of nanoscience. It is awarded each year to recognize and encourage outstanding research in all areas of nanoscience. The Robert Dirks Molecular Programming Prize recognizes exceptional early-career achievement by a researcher working in any area of molecular programming, whether theory, experiment, computation, or a combination thereof. The winners of these prizes will be awarded during an evening session of the upcoming FNANO22 conference and be invited to give prize lectures at FNANO22.

CONFERENCE FORMAT: A combination of:

  • invited and contributed talks, and
  • posters and open discussion periods.

Sponsored by: ISNSCE. Now submitting applications for jointly support by:

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NSF, ARMY Research Office, ONR, AFSOR, IOP, Oxford U. Physics, and Guild BioSciences 

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION:

General coChairs: John H. ReifDescription: email  Description: Webpage, Dept of Computer Science, Duke University, Durham, NC, and  Lulu QianDescription: email  Description: Webpage, Division of Biology and Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadina, CA. (Also, assistance from Andrew Phillips, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.)
Program Chair: Andrew TurberfieldDescription: email  Description: Webpage, Dept of Physics, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

  

Track

Chair

Affiliation

Session in Honor of Nadrian Seeman (departed Nov 16, 2021):

DNA Nanostructures: Semantomorphic Science

Hao Yan Description: email   Description: Webpage
hao.yan@asu.edu

ASU Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 

DNA Nanosytems: Programmed Function

Friedrich Simmel Description: email   Description: Webpage
simmel@tum.de

Dept of Physics, Technical University Munich, Germany

Integrated Chemical Systems

Jeremiah Gassensmith Description: email   Description: Webpage   
gassensmith@utdallas.edu

Dept of Chemistry, University of Texas, Dallas

Principles and Theory of Self-Assembly

Rebecca Schulman Description: email Description: Webpage
rschulm3@jhu.edu

Chemical  Biomolecular Engineering, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD

Computational Tools for Self-Assembly

William Shih Description: email   Description: Webpage
William_Shih@dfci.harvard.edu

Depts of Biological Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Nucleic Acid Nanostructures in Vivo

Yamuna Krishnan  Description: email   Description: Webpage
yamuna@uchicago.edu

Dept. Chemistry, Univ. of Chicago

Chemical Tools for DNA Nanotechnology

Andrew Ellington Description: email   Description: Webpage
ellingtonlab@gmail.com

Chemistry and Biochemistry Dept, Univ of Texas at Austin

Biomedical Nanotechnology

Nicole Steinmetz Description: email   Description: Webpage
nsteinmetz@eng.ucsd.edu

Dept. Nanoengineering, UC San Diego, San Diego, CA

Nanophotonics & Superresolution

Ralf Jungmann Description: email   Description: Webpage
jungmann@biochem.mpg.de

Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany

Molecular Machinery

Andrew Turberfield Description: email  Description: Webpage
a.turberfield@physics.ox.ac.uk

Dept of Physics, Oxford Univ, Oxford, UK

Foundations of Nanoscience: Self-Assembled Architectures and Devices
Copyright 2022
John Reif and Lulu Qian, Conference co-Chairs
Andrew Turberfield, Program Chair