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Click here on the session and speaker names below to watch the sessions from ACMM23 & ICONN 2014. All sessions that have been made available are listed.

Opening Ceremony

Professor Dr Wolfgang Baumeister

Professor Lorenzo Pavesi

Dr Rhonda Stroud

Professor Jeremy Baumberg

Dr Nigel Browning

Elisa De Ranieri

IEEE Full Paper Submission

Click here for more information regarding full paper submission for IEEE.

Invitation to Attend

         
                                                               
 
                    

The Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, together with the Australian Nanotechnology Network, are pleased to present the 23rd Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM23) and the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2014), to be jointly held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia, from February 2-6 2014.

Including dynamic invited speakers, an extensive scientific program, workshops, exciting joint social events and a major exhibition component, these conferences are not to be missed.

The organising committee looks forward to welcoming delegates to Adelaide to experience the conference and all that this vibrant city has to offer.

Tanya Monro, Chair, ICONN Organising Committee and Angus Netting, Chair, ACMM Organising Committee


Conference Co-Chairs
Angus Netting, The University of Adelaide, Chair ACMM
Tanya Monro, The University of Adelaide, Chair ICONN

Committee
Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, The University of Adelaide 
Chris Gibson, Flinders University
Agatha Labrinidis, The University of Adelaide
Sara Leggatt, The University of Adelaide
Linda Matto, The University of Adelaide
Liz Micallef, Australian National University
John Terlet, The University of Adelaide 

Key Dates

Call for Abstracts Open: 1st August 2013

Notification to Authors: 5 December 2013

Early-bird registration deadline: 12th December 2013

About ICONN 2014

Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology have the capacity to revolutionise our lives in many ways. Examples include injecting patients with machines that can provide early warning of and treatment for disease, super-strong and light materials for space exploration and approaches to restoring environmental systems on a molecular level. ICONN 2014 will bring together researchers, industry, students and early career scientists to discuss the latest discoveries in nanomaterials, nanophotonics, nanobiotechnology, nanoelectronics, as well as to explore nanoethics, nanosafety and industry applications. ICONN 2014 will feature outstanding international plenary speakers and will hold a number of short courses in a number of areas related to nanoscience and nanotechnology.

About ACMM 23

The Australian Conference for Microscopy and Microanalysis (formerly ACEM) has met biennially since 1968. Now some 45 years along, with unimaginable advances in the capability of instrumentation since the first conference, ACMM continues to be an exciting and critical meeting for those involved in all forms of microscopy and microanalysis.

ACMM has evolved to become a tremendous opportunity for researchers, practitioners and industrial scientists representing a diverse multi disciplinary range of sciences to meet and discuss the cutting edge topics of microscopy and the research in which they are utilized. In the past 15 years an ever increasing number of delegates from all over the world attend ACMM. In addition to the International leaders in microscopy invited to ACMM we welcome many overseas visitors who choose to attend ACMM and unite with Australia’s scientific community in what is the largest meeting of its type in the southern hemisphere.

The 2014 Conference in Adelaide will showcase the latest developments in the instrumentation, specimen preparation and integration of microscopy and microanalysis ofdifferent areas of physical and biological sciences. Increasing interest is now found in methods for correlative techniques in microscopy to bring together valuable information from a series of differing forms of microscopy.