Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
ICCN 2006
May 7-11, 2006 Boston, MA
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

An Interdisciplinary Integrative Forum on Nanotechnology Computational Efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Materials fields.

Abstract Due: November 19, 2005
Announcement and Call for Participation

The largest gathering in the field worldwide, ICCN is the premier technical forum for presenting the latest research and development in computational methods, tools and applications in the biology, chemistry, physics and materials fields.

The Nanotech 2006 Meeting, ICCN and MSM & Conferences will be held at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Centrally located in Boston's popular Back Bay, this location is just steps from some of the city's most popular attractions. The convention center is connected to the conference headquarters Boston Sheraton Hotel, the Prudential Center and the upscale Copley Place Mall, offering more than 200 shops and restaurants, and is also just one block from famed Newbury Street, known for its designer boutiques.

The conference will start Sunday late afternoon with registration and reception, and adjourn Thursday afternoon. Technical sessions run Monday through Thursday. Exhibits are open Monday through Tuesday.

The conference Technical Proceedings, consisting of articles submitted by authors of both oral and poster presentations will, be distributed to participants at registration.

In addition to the Technical Program, an exciting series of Social Events are being prepared to allow attendees ample opportunity to interact socially and enjoy the sights and sounds of Boston.


With the continued miniaturization and blending of technologies, advanced computational techniques in the nano and micro regimes are paramount in the advancement of all high technology regardless of its traditional domain. The ICCN provides a forum for the interdisciplinary blending of computational efforts in biology, chemistry, physics and materials, founded on inherently similar atomistic-modeling approaches but applied towards traditionally distinct disciplines.

Topics and Application Areas top Computational Biology Computational Chemistry Computational Materials More: http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2006/ICCN2006/
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