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Congratulations to the prize winners from AST 2019!

AST 2019 the 3rd Internationa Symposium on Anodizing Science and Technology took place in June 2019 at Hyogo, Japan. The event was successful with 130 participants and 91 valuable presentations given.

We are delighted to announce the winners of the poster prize awards!

Laras Fadillah (Hokkaido University, Japan) was awarded the Nanoscale poster prize for a poster entitled “Growth of Anodic Nanotubular Films on Sputter-Deposited Fe-W Alloy” coauthored by Damian Kowalski, Chunyu Zhu, Yoshitaka Aoki, and Hiroki Habazaki.

 

Mikimasa Matsumoto (Kogakuin University, Japan) was ar=warded the Nanoscale Advances poster prize for a poster entitled “Efficiency of Anodic Alumina Formation in Sulfuric Acid with Ethanol Addition” coauthored by Hideki Hashimoto and Hidetaka Asoh

 

More poster prize winners and photographs of the meeting can be found on the conference webpage: http://ars.sfj.or.jp/ast2019/

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Congratulations to the prize winners from NT19

NT19 the 20th International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes and Low-Dimensional Materials took place at the end of July in Würzburg, Germany. The conference was a great success with 420 attendees from 31 countries, lively poster sessions and many, many stimulating interactions between young and more experienced researchers.

Congratulations to the winners of the poster prize awards!

Dr. Lyuleeva, Alina (Rice University, Houston) was awarded the Nanoscale Horizons best poster prize for her work entitled “Mechanism of Global Alignment of Carbon Nanotubes during Vacuum Filtration”.

Inoue, Taiki (University of Tokyo, Tokyo) was awarded a Nanoscale poster prize for his work entitled “Growth process of individual single-walled carbon nanotubes analyzed by isotope labelling”

Dr. Freddi, Sonia (Univeristà Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia) was awarded a Nanoscale Advances poster prize for her work entitled “A highly selective array of sensors based on NPs-decorated CNT for medical applications”

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Nanoscale activities at ChinaNANO 2019

China International Nanoscience and Technology Conference (ChinaNANO 2019) will be held at the Beijing International Convention Center on August 17-19 this year.

The Royal Society of Chemistry not only has a booth at the conference, but will also host a Nanoscale symposium, the Nanoscale 10th Anniversary Birthday Cake Celebration Ceremony, and attendees will have the opportunity to meet our Managing Editor Michaela Mühlberg.



Nanoscale Symposium

The Nanoscale series of journals published by the Royal Society of Chemistry in collaboration with the NCNST will organize the ” RSC Nanoscale Journals Symposium ” at ChinaNANO 2019. With talks from distinguished board members of Nanoscale HorizonsNanoscale, and Nanoscale Advances this symposium will showcase high quality and exciting work across the broad scope of nanoscience and nanotechnology. In addition, the winner of the 2018 Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Paper award will deliver a talk about their exceptional research. Dr. Michaela Mühlberg, Managing Editor of the Nanoscale series of journals, will give a “how to publish” talk which will be especially interesting for early-career researchers.

Information

All details, including the program, can be found on the event webpage here.

  • Time:
    August 17th 14:00-16:45
    August 18th 9:00-11:30
  • Meeting Room:
    Ballroom A, 2nd Floor, Beijing Wuzhou Hotel (next to the main venue of the conference).

Speakers

Chen Chunying, NCNST China.

Wojciech Chrzanowski, University of Sydney Australia.

Dirk Guldi, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg Germany.

Dong Ha Kim, Korea Ewha Womans University South Korea.

Li Quan, Chinese University of Hong Kong China.

Michaela Muehlberg, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK.

Paolo Samori University of Strasbourg, France.

Sun Lingdong, Beijing University China.

Nanoscale 10th Anniversary Cake Cutting Ceremony and Top Author Presentation

Nanoscale was launched in 2009 and is now the largest high-impact journal in nanoscience and technology.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Nanoscale’s launch, and to celebrate the Royal Society of Chemistry will be hosting a “Cake Cutting” celebration at ChinaNANO 2019. Nanoscale founding Editor-in-chief Bai Chunli, Editor-in-chief Dirk Guldi, and deputy CEO of the Royal Society of Chemistry Helen Pain will attend the event. You are very welcome to participate and share Nanoscale‘s cake (first come first served!).
In addition, Bai Chunli and Helen Pain will also present certificates to some of our most highly cited and most prolific authors who have supported Nanoscale over the last ten years.

Information

  • Time:
    August 17th 13:20-13:50
  • Venue:
    Booth of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Booth 227-228 on the second floor of the main venue , which can be seen from the main staircase).

 

Meet the Editor

During the coffee break on the afternoon of August 18th, Dr. Michaela Mühlberg (Managing Editor of Nanoscale Horizons , Nanoscale , and Nanoscale Advances ) will come to the RSC booth (Booth 227-228 on the second floor of the conference center, which can be seen from the main staircase). Everyone is welcome to pop over and ask her anything related to the publication of journals and papers.

Come to the RSC Booth

The booth of the Royal Society of Chemistry at the conference is located at booth 227-228 on the second floor of the main conference venue. The design atmosphere is striking and facing the main staircase, you will not miss it. Participants who visit our booth have the opportunity to receive a beautiful gift (a limited number, first come first served). In addition, we have tables, chairs and snacks. You are welcome to take a break and chat with us.

 

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Congratulations to the prize winners at POEM 2019 and SPb-POEM 2019

Two Photonic and OptoEletronics Materials conferences took place ealier this year: POEM 2019 and SPb-POEM 2019.

Both conference were a great success, attracting more than 200 delegates (POEM2019) and more than 500 delegates (SPb-POEM2019) from academia and industry.  The Royal Society of Chemistry was delighted to support a number of  poster prizes at the events from across the Materials and Nano journal portfolio.

Congratulations to the prize winners!

 

 

Huda Alzahrani, University of Salford UK, was awarded the Nanoscale Advances prize for her work on the chirality and optical response of 2D nanostructure chiral metamaterials

Laila Almanqur, University of Manchester UK, was awarded the Journal of Materials Chemistry C prize for her work on the synthesis of iron sulfide thin films and powders from new precursors.

Juan Sebastian Totero Gongora, University of Sussex UK, was awarded the Nanoscale prize for his work on two-colour terahertz emission from quasi-2D semiconductor interfaces.

Alexandra Toropova, ITMO University, was awarded the Journal of Materials Chemistry C prize for her work on a Shellac hologram.

Tatiana Kormilina was awarded the Nanoscale Advances prize for her work on near-IR emitting PbS nanosheets and their lifecycle.

Tatyana Choban was awarded the Nanoscale prize for her work on Ф-OTDR based on tunable Yb-Er: phosphate glass laser.

 

 

 

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Charge & Substrate Transport in 3D Electrocatalytic Materials, ACS Fall Meeting

ACS Fall 2019 National Meeting & Exposition

RSC Adavances along with RSC journals Chemical ScienceEnergy & Environmental ScienceSustainable Energy & Fuelsand Nanoscale Advances are pleased to be sponsoring the Charge & Substrate Transport in 3D Electrocatalytic Materialssymposium at the ACS Fall 2019 National Meeting and Exposition in San Diego this August. It will be held at 8:30 am on Tuesday 27th in the Marina Ballroom Salon G at Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina.

 

 

Organized by Anthony Hall, Charles McCrory and V. Sara Thoi as part of the Division of Inorganic Chemistry, this symposia will be presided by Charles McCrory (University of Michigan) and feature presentations from Shelley D Minteer (University of Utah), Daniel Esposito (Columbia University), Yogesh Surendranath (MIT), Joseph Thomas Hupp (Northwestern University), Casey R Wade (Ohio State University), Amanda J Morris (Virginia Tech) as well as Charles McCrory.

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Update on the nanoscale journal family, 2019

Here’s a quick update on the nanoscale journal family to let you know how we are doing and what to look out for later in 2019.

Following our first (partial) impact factor last year, we are pleased to announce that our first full impact factor is 9.095*!

Other news from 2019:

 

We are celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year!

Look out for our celebrations at ChinaNANO 2019. In the meantime, why not have a read of these collections highlighting the most highly cited articles published in Nanoscale since we launched in 2009, as well as recent articles by some of our most prolific authors.

Other news from 2019:

  • Our latest impact factor is 6.970*.
  • Chunying Chen, Dong Ha Kim, and Umesh Waghmare were appointed as Associate Editors.
  • We’ve been publishing guest edited online themed collections:
    • Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals, guest edited by Lakshminarayana Polavarapu, Qiao Zhang, and Roman Krahne.
    • Nanocarbons, guest edited by Nianjun Yang, Dai-Wen Pang, and Yasuaki Einaga.
    • Still to come…10th Anniversary Special Issue in October 2019, guest edited by Chunli Bai, Markus Niederberger, Francesco Stellacci, and Dirk Guldi.

 

We’ve published our first issues and we are delighted to see such a great response from the community. Thank you for supporting the Royal Society of Chemistry’s first journal to be Gold Open Access from launch!

Other news from 2019:

  • We’ve collated the Most Popular Articles published in the journal so far in an online article collection.
  • The journal has been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and has also been accepted for inclusion in Scopus and the Emerging Sources Index in Web of Science, Clarivate Analytics.

 

Come and meet us

Members of the Editorial Team will be attending the following conferences in the coming months. Get in touch if you want to arrange a meeting, or just come over and say hello! You can also keep up to date on where the Editorial Team and our Associate Editors will be by following us on Twitter.

Get in touch if you have any feedback on the nanoscale journal family: we would love to hear from you so email us at nanoscale-rsc@rsc.org.

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Congratulations to the winners at the 10th International Nanomed Conference

#oznanomed the 10th International Nanomedicine Conference took place from 24 – 26 June 2019 in Sydney, Australia.

 

Congratulations to all the student prize winners!

 

Congratulations to Zerong Ma from the Children’s Cancer Institute, Australia, who was awarded an oral presentation prize sponsored by Journal of Materials Chemistry B.

Congratulations to Yi Ju from the University of Melbourne, Australia, who was awarded an oral presentation prize sponsored by Nanoscale Advances.

Congratulations to Pramod Jagtap from the Indian Institute of Technology, India, who was awarded an oral presentation prize sponsored by Nanoscale Horizons.

Zerong Ma, Children’s Cancer Institute, Australia, received her award from Professor Chunying Chen, NCNST and Nanoscale Advances Associate Editor.

Yi Ju, University of Melbourne, Australia, receives his award from Professor Chunying Chen, NCNST and Nanoscale Advances Associate Editor.

Pramod Jagtap, Indian Institute of Technology, India, recieves his award from Professor Cyrille Boyer, Co-director of the Australian Centre for Nanoscience.

 

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Congratulations to the Poster Prize winners at ISPM 2019!

From 26 – 29 May 2019 the International Scanning Probe Microscopy Conference was held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium and the nanoscale journal family was delighted to sponsor student poster prizes at the event – congratulations to the winners!

Dr Andreas Karner (Univ. of Applied Sciences, Linz) won the Nanoscale Horizons prize

Emilie Gachon (King’s College, London) won the Nanoscale prize

Dr Melanie Köhler (UClouvain, Belgium) won the Nanoscale Advances prize

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Nanoscale and Nanoscale Advances Collections

Nanoscale and Nanoscale Advances publish high quality research across nanoscience and nanotechnology. To help you find the research that’s important to you, we’ve brought together all of our most recent and ongoing online article collections. We hope you enjoy reading them!

Ongoing Collections

Nanoscale

   

Nanoscale Advances

Themed Collections

  

Other Collections

Check out the online article collections for our sister journal Nanoscale Horizons on this blog page.

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Centre for Plastic Electronics Annual Symposium 2019

The Centre for Plastic Electronics is hosting its prestigious annual symposium on 10 and 11 June 2019, which Nanoscale is proud to support. It will take place at Imperial College London and has already attracted several high-profile speakers to discuss their latest advances in the science and technology of organic conducting materials and of organic/flexible electronics and photonics. The program includes a day of short talks and poster presentations by students and early career scientists giving them a platform to highlight their recent work.

More information and details of how to register is available on the website: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/centres/plasticelectronics/eventssummary/event_20-2-2019-14-14-7.

Abstracts submissions for poster presentations are open until the 31 May.  

The organisers are also delighted to host Prof Erwin Reisner of the University of Cambridge who will be giving his RSC Corday-Morgan Prize talk for his work on the development of solar-driven catalysis with molecularly engineered semiconductors and semi-artificial photosynthesis.

The symposium will cover all areas related to organic/plastic electronics and photonics, including chemistry, physics, materials science and device engineering. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Christine Luscombe, University of Washington
  • Andy Cooper, University of Liverpool
  • Iain McCulloch, KAUST and Imperial College London
  • Erwin Reisner, University of Cambridge
  • Kwanghee Lee, GIST, South Korea
  • Henry Yan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Ji-Seon Kim, Imperial College London
  • Artem Bakulin, Imperial College London
  • Maria Ibáñez, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
  • Rachel Evans, University of Cambridge
  • Oliver Dumele, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
  • Hyejeong Seong, Imperial College London
  • Rowena Brugge, Imperial College London
  • Ludmilla Steier, Imperial College London
  • Jess Wade, Imperial College London
  • Alex Clark, Imperial College London

With more speakers being confirmed in the coming weeks, this will be an event not to miss!

If you cannot attend the Symposium, you can follow the hashtag #CPESymp19 on Twitter.

Attendees at the 2018 edition of the event. Credit Dr Jess Wade.

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