The 8th edition of the International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing will be held in May 2011, in Dublin, Ireland.
Conference Chair: Prof. Martin Hegner (Trinity College Dublin).
The Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing focuses on new developments, investigations, applications of cantilever-based sensors, cantilever systems engineering and other nanomechanical sensing techniques (QCM, Nanowires and Graphene).
It aims at bringing together companies and academia to present their latest results in a lively and personal atmosphere.
This workshop is a follow up of workshops held in:
- Madrid (2004)
- Knoxville (2005)
- Copenhagen (2006)
- Montréal (2007)
- Mainz (2008)
- Jeju (2009)
- Banff (2010)
Special issue Nanomechanical Sensing
Since the meeting grew considerably during the last seven years we decided to launch proceedings and are very pleased that the open source 'Journal of Sensors' is publishing the proceedings as special issue 'Nanomechanical Sensing'.
There is not a certain template that the authors should use to submit their manuscripts for the issue. In case of acceptance, the production department applies the journal style on the accepted manuscripts during the publication process.
- Manuscript Due: June 15, 2011
- First Round of Reviews: September 15, 2011
- Publication Date: December 15, 2011
Feedback from the attendees
- It is just to tell you that we enjoyed a lot in Dublin.
- I really enjoyed the venue and also the programme and would like to congratulate you on great organisation, as I think it was a great success.
- Thank you very much for the invitation to present our work in NMC2011 and congratulation of the perfect organization of this very interresting workshop!
- It was a great pleasure to meet you personally, from both scientific and human point of view.
Confirmed invited speakers
- Rüdiger Berger, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
- Stéphane Evoy, University of Alberta
- Eric Finot, Institut Carnot de Bourgogne
- Peter Grütter, McGill University
- Sangmin Jeon, Pohang University of Science & Technology
- Scott Manalis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Javier Tamayo, Institute of Microelectronics
- Maria Tenje, Denmark Technical University-Nanotech
- Thomas Thundat, University of Alberta