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2nd International Conference on Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Presenting Excellence of Nanotechnology to Transform the World”
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Cell therapy is therapy in which cellular material is injected, inserted or implanted into a patient. Transplantation of therapeutic cell populations can improve perfusion, improve heart function and eventually improve quality of life for patients suffering with ischemic heart disease. Regenerative medicine is the branch of medicine that develops the process of regenerating or replaces damaged or diseased cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function. This includes the generation and use of therapeutic stem cells, tissue engineering and the production of artificial organs. Examples include cell therapies.
- Track 1-1Tissue engineering
- Track 1-2Stem Cell
- Track 1-3Biomaterials
- Track 1-4Immunomodulation therapy
Nanomedicine is a branch of medicine that applies the information and tools of nanotechnology to the anticipation and treatment of disease. Nanomedicine comprises the usage of nanoscale things, such as biocompatible nanoparticles and Nano robots, delivery, for diagnosis, sensing or actuation purposes in a living organism. Nanomedicine is one of the emerging technologies and a part of nanotechnology finding applications in healthcare. Nano medicine ranges from the medical applications of nanomaterials in addition biological devices, to nanoelectronics, biosensors, and even promising upcoming applications of molecular nanotechnology.
- Track 2-1Nanotoxicology
- Track 2-2Diagnostic devices
- Track 2-3Medical Imaging
- Track 2-4Nanobiotechnology
- Track 2-5Nano sensors
Artificial intelligence (AI) is also called machine intelligence. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the reproduction of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning, problem solving, planning, reasoning and self-correction. Specific applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition and machine vision. Digitalization is the term for the Digital Transformation of society and the economy. It is the process of conversion of analog information into texts, photographs, and voices, among others. The transformation is passed out over electronic devices such as scanners or specialized computer chips. In which the information is organized into binary data that computers can process.
- Track 3-1Artificial Neural Network
- Track 3-2Fuzzy Logic Systems
- Track 3-3Deep Learning
- Track 3-4Analog-to-Digital Conversion
- Track 3-5GSM Communication
Nano robotics is the technology of creating machines or robots at or close to the scale of a nanometre. The term Nano robotics refers to the section of nanotechnology that involves engineering, designing, and building of Nano robots. These devices can be injected into the patient to perform diagnosis on a cellular level. Such analysis or treatment includes the nanoscale, molecular, or atomic level. The several uses for Nano robots in medicine include quick analysis or treatment and targeted drug delivery for cancer therapeutics, Nano sized biomedical tool for surgery, pharmacokinetics, disease monitoring and for other purposes.
- Track 4-1Swarm Robotics
- Track 4-2Nano robotics Design and Control
- Track 4-3Human-Robot Interaction
- Track 4-4Industrial Robot Automation
- Track 4-5Medical Robotics
Nanomaterials are materials that are manufactured and used at a very small scale. The market of advanced drug delivery systems is expanding rapidly because many new drugs require novel and innovative drug delivery techniques. The development of such drug delivery systems is capable of reducing the cost and so on. Being beneficial from the rapid progress of nanomaterials during last years, many advanced drug delivery systems have been made possible. Nanomaterials, including quantum dots, magnetic nanoparticles, organic nanoparticles, metal nanomaterials, and Nano bubbles, can be used in drug delivery systems to realize many desirable characteristics.
- Track 5-1Nanotubes
- Track 5-2Bioavailability
- Track 5-3Liposomes
Advanced nanomaterials are originated useful in numerous applications. The study on advanced materials proposals clears pathways for their synthesis and utilization of their distinctive properties. Nanomaterial or nanostructured materials are characterised into Nanocomposites, nonporous material and Nano crystalline materials depending on the phases of matter. Nanoparticles manufactured from living systems are highly dynamic in nature. Nanoparticles are particles that exist on a nanometre scale. They can hold physical properties such as uniformity, conductance or distinct optical properties that make them desired in materials science and biology. Nanoparticles may or may not display size-related properties that are seen in sufficient particles.
- Track 6-1Metal based nanoparticles
- Track 6-2Nanofabrications
- Track 6-3Food Technology
- Track 6-4Nano photonics
- Track 6-5Nanoelectronics
Nanotechnology involves understanding matter at the Nano scale. The term nanotechnology that covers many areas of science, research and technology. The future of nanotechnology has been a subject of many scientific and non-scientific speculations. Nanotechnology is a developing science which is estimated to have quick and strong future developments. According to scientists, nanotechnology is forecast to have four distinct generations of advancement. We are currently be subjected to the first, or maybe second generation of nanomaterials.
- Track 7-1Nanoscience
- Track 7-2Nano dentistry
- Track 7-3Molecular Nano system
- Track 7-4Advanced Nano materials
- Track 7-5Molecular Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology has the potential to bring about extreme changes in the agricultural industry. The progress of new nanotech-based tools and equipment may help to increase efficiency and overcome challenges faced by the agricultural industry. Nanotechnology has many applications in all stages of production, processing, storing, of agricultural products. Nanotechnology is useful in regards to desalination, remediation, filtration, purification and water treatment. The benefits of nanotechnology for the food industry are expected to grow with time. This new, quickly increasing technology impacts every part of food production to processing, packaging, transportation, shelf life and bioavailability of nutrients.
- Track 8-1Nanofertlizer
- Track 8-2Nano herbicide
- Track 8-3Nano membranes
- Track 8-4Nano adsorbents
- Track 8-5Nanoscale ingredients
The use of nanomedicine for diagnostic and therapeutic applications has increased exponentially. Many different systems and approaches are in medical fields for the diagnostics and treatments, including controlled drug delivery, biomarkers, molecular imaging, and biosensing. Nanomedicine uses nanomaterials to the development of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of specific medical application. Nanomedicine includes the use of submicrometer-sized tools for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases, for better kind of the complex underlying pathophysiology of diseases, and for improving the quality of life.
- Track 9-1Nano Drug Delivery
- Track 9-2Nano devices
- Track 9-3Anti-bacterial treatment
Nano is the buzzword of the day. Nano technology is a collective term for a wide-ranging pallet of applications. Nanotechnology is facilitating to increase many technology and industry sectors like information technology, medicine, transportation, energy, food safety, and among many others. The benefits of nanotechnology are dependent on a substance of information that the structures can be modified at the level of Nano scale to obtain specific properties. Even though the growth and application of nanotechnology is primarily still in the research stage, some engineered nanomaterials are created and used in commercial applications today.
- Track 10-1Green nanotechnology
- Track 10-2Nano art
- Track 10-3Manufacturing and Construction
- Track 10-4Textiles
- Track 10-5Aerospace and Vehicle Manufacturers
The basic building block of Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) is Nanotechnology. Various nanotechnologies integrated into an IoNT system can be used for very specific applications. The interconnection of Nano sensors and Nano devices with Internet has headed to growth of next generation standard founded on IoT called “Internet of Nano Things” (IoNT). It offers a medium to connect various Nano devices with the help of high-speed networks. Using this technology, Nano devices can be deployed along with other advanced technologies such as cloud computing, big data, and machine learning. Researchers are presently working in progress of Nano machines comprising IoNT for live placement in varied areas in near future.
- Track 11-1Nanosensors
- Track 11-2Nano Machines
- Track 11-3Nano Communication
- Track 11-4Internet of Things (IoT)
Nanotechnology is the study of extremely small things and understanding and control of matter with at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometers. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. Nanotechnology has the ability to design, manipulate, and manufacture materials at the nanoscale. These materials are called nanomaterials. Nanomaterial is defined as the "material with any external dimension in the nanoscale or having internal structure or surface structure in the nanoscale" with the length range approximately from 1 nm to 100 nm. Nanomaterials include both Nano-objects, which are discrete pieces of material, and nanostructured materials. This provides opportunities for the development of innovative products that provide advances in technologies and medicine.
- Track 12-1Nanomaterials
- Track 12-2Nanobiotechnology
- Track 12-3Nano electronics
- Track 12-4Nanoparticles
- Track 12-5Nano composites
- Track 12-6Nano fibers
- Track 12-7Quantum dots
Therapeutic systems are to optimize action by transporting drug rendering to a therapeutically rational program that would select expected actions from a range of concentration-dependent actions. Nanosystems are different functional systems planned at the nanoscale and are comprised of characteristic physicochemical properties with huge visions in the diagnostic applications and therapeutics, ranging from delivery loads to biosensors. Smart nanosystems have the possible to produce personalised therapeutic scheme and diagnostic.
- Track 13-1Smart nanomaterials
- Track 13-2Cancer nanotechnology
- Track 13-3Nanosystems
A biosensor is a device that combines a complex biological recognition component and a physical transducer to detect analytes of interest. Biosensors are devices used to detect the existence or concentration of a biological study, such as a biomolecules, a biological structure or a microorganism. Nanomaterial-based biosensors have advanced exceptional key topics in the field of diagnostics. The combination of nanomaterials and biological sensing elements to identify chemical or biological molecules takes instigated in the expansion of new Nano biosensors. Nano biosensors offer a number of important advantages over conventional biological events, and could have a significant impact on humankind. The several nanomaterial-based biosensors that use different biological recognition elements for biomedical applications.
- Track 14-1Carbon nanotubes
- Track 14-2Electrochemical Biosensor
- Track 14-3Pathogenic virus
A nanostructure is a structure of transitional size among microscopic and molecular structures. Nano spheres, cylindrical nanotubes, and Nano surfaces are common nanostructures. Theranostics is a new field of medicine which syndicates precise targeted therapy based on specific targeted diagnostic tests. The design of Nanostructures for Theranostics Applications concentrations on the Theranostics applications of nanostructures. In specific, multifunctional nanoparticles for diagnostics and treatment of different diseases.
- Track 15-1Cancer nanotechnology
- Track 15-2Nanofibers
- Track 15-3Nanotubes
- Track 15-4Nano particles
- Track 15-5Diagnostics
Nanotechnology is the science of the nanoscale. Medical imaging is the technique and process of creating visual representations of areas inside the human body to diagnose medical problems and monitor treatment, as well as visual representation of the function of some organs or tissues. There are several types of medical imaging, and more methods for imaging are being invented as technology advances. Nanotechnology is presently being useful to advanced methods of medical imaging. The development of imaging at the nanoscale has the ability to improve the field of medicine by providing new detailed images of cellular processes. Current methods of medical imaging are being used as contrast agents for tracking injected nanoparticles in the body.
- Track 16-1Molecular imaging
- Track 16-2Drug Delivery
- Track 16-3Nuclear medicine
- Track 16-4Tomography
- Track 16-5Radiography