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Third International Conference on Nano-Networks (Nano-Net 2008)

September 14-16, 2008, Radisson Hotel Boston (200 Stuart Street Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

"Nano-Net '08: 3rd International Conference on Nano-Networks” is held in-cooperation with the Association for Computing Machinery (AMC) Special Interest Groups ARCH, MICRO, and DA as well as Springer.


It is also endorsed by the American Physical Society (APS).

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See the updated version of the Nano-Net 2008 Conference Program including the Workshop and Tutorial Programs (version 2.8). Look forward to seeing you on September 14-16!

Nano-Net Blog Discussion Experiment

The Nano-Net 2008 Conference and the Nano Self-Organization Workshop are interactive events with some of the top researchers in the field in attendance. We will use this blog to extend discussions on the topic beyond the conference. We are looking for relevant questions for discussions during the conference and the workshop. Conference attendees can use the free Wi-Fi in the conference facility to post questions, but we welcome questions from members who are unable to participate locally. We also hope that this discussion will continue after the conference ends. Please see http://sanjaygoel.wordpress.com/nanosensors/ to participate!


The Nano-Net conference positions itself at the intersection of two worlds, namely, emerging nano-technologies on one-side, and network/communication theory on the other side. The standing question that this conference will address is: What are the new communication paradigms that derive from the transition from micro- to nano-scale devices?

The related degrees of freedom and constraints associated with these new technologies will change our notions about efficient network and system design. Nano-Net provides a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion of new techniques in modeling, design, simulation, and fabrication of network and communication systems at the nano-scale.

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Sponsors: Create-Net, ICST, EU (IST-FET), ENIAC

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Extended Submission Deadline (Regular/Invited Papers):
June 15, 2008
Acceptance Notification (Regular/Invited Papers):
July 16, 2008
Submission Deadline (2-page Short & Workshop Papers):
July 15, 2008
Acceptance Notification (2-page Short Papers):
July 21, 2008
Camera-Ready Versions (All Papers): August 8, 2008
Nano-Net Conference: September 14-16, 2008


Workshop on Nanosensors: Self-Organization and Swarm Robotics chaired by Dr. Sanjay Goel, UAlbany and Dr. Stephen F. Bush, GE Global Research. See Workshops section for call for papers and invited speakers...


Using Advanced Micro/Nano-electronic Technology to Establish Neuromorphic Systems Panel is being chaired by Dr. Wei Wang, UAlbany. See Panels section for abstract and panel members...


Properties and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes and Other 1D Nanostructures is being offered by Dr. Wei Lu, University of Michigan. See Tutorials section for abstract and outline of the course...


See Keynote Speakers section for abstracts and biographies...

Tatsuya Suda Tatsuya Suda
School of Information and Computer Science
University of California, Irvine
Molecular Communication: A New Paradigm for Communication Among Biological Nanomachines

Sylvain Martel Sylvain Martel
Computer Engineering & Software Engineering
École Polytechnique Montréal
Towards Intelligent Bacterial Nanorobots Capable of Communicating with the Macro-World

Neil Gershelfeld Neil Gershenfeld
Center for Atoms and Bits
Programming Bits and Atoms