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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”

Nanomedicine Meet 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Nanomedicine Meet 2020

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Nano biotechnology attributes an authorized field of appeal, from organ-on-chip technologies to Nano biosensors, from Nano diagnostics to advanced characterisation and imaging tools, from intelligent drug delivery to artificial bio constructs, and from functional nanostructured surfaces to smart materials and Nano fluidics. Among of those topics, Nano toxicology and possible harmful effect of nanomaterial’s in living organisms should be mentioned: the evaluation of the security of an innovative Nano device is, in fact, a process that ought to start since the very first steps of its concept and style. Specific attention is finally dedicated to the translational and regulatory point of Nano biomedical devices, envisioning their practical applications with the longer term practice.


  • Track 1-1Applications of Nanobiotechnology
  • Track 1-2Biomolecules
  • Track 1-3Plasmonic nanobiosensors
  • Track 1-4Biosensors
  • Track 1-5Nanozymes
  • Track 1-6Antifungal nanomaterials
  • Track 2-1 Bionanocomposites
  • Track 2-2polymer-nanoparticle
  • Track 2-3polynucleic acids
  • Track 2-4synthetic biodegradable polymers

A functional nanomaterial may be a compound that at minimum of  presents one dimension (length, height, width) within the nanometres scale and has been post-processed either chemically or physically to supply specific properties, like solubility, wettability, fluorescence, strength, ductility, which the raw material did not exhibit. The impetus of scientific community around the world lately has been on Nano Science and technology even as the researchers have envisioned great many applications for these materials earning them rightly the name “functional nanomaterials.” This domain of materials is special since they display extraordinary transitions in their properties in their range regime as compared to their bulk counterparts. The electrical, electronic, optical, thermal, mechanical, or magnetic properties of these classes of materials have opened great avenues for several important applications and redefined and improved the efficiencies of the devices generated out of them.


  • Track 3-1Catalysis
  • Track 3-2Environmental remediation
  • Track 3-3Electronic devices
  • Track 3-4Energy devices
  • Track 3-5Bio applications of functional nanomaterial
  • Track 3-6Bio applications of functional nanomaterial
  • Track 3-7Theoretical studies.

The theoretical curves and the pKa values the attenuated total reflection−infrared (ATR−IR) spectra within the 4800−700 cm-1 range of nine carboxylic acids and their sodium salts in aqueous solutions are obtained and analysed. Overall, 22 species are studied. Six IR titrations are made from five different acids:  acetic acid, malic acid, betaine, glycine, and N, N-((butyloxy) propyl) amino diacetic acid (BOPA). From the spectra of these titrations, the spectra of four sorts of water (acidic, basic, saline, and pure water) are subtracted, giving spectra with flat baselines with none any artificial adjustment. Factor analysis (FA) made from the water-subtracted spectra yield the spectra of the principal species, and their abundances. Titration curves obtained from these precisely fit in the literature. The remaining water bands that aren’t subtracted are assigned to water solute close-bound situations


  • Track 4-1Analytical chemistry,
  • Track 4-2Bio-organic and bio-inorganic chemistry,
  • Track 4-3Organic chemistry
  • Track 4-4Inorganic chemistry
  • Track 4-5Raman spectroscopy for nanomaterials

Nano medicine may be a branch of drugs that applies the knowledge and tools of nanotechnology to the anticipation and treatment of disease. Nano medicine comprises the usage of nanoscale things, like biocompatible nanoparticles and Nano robots, delivery, for diagnosis, sensing or actuation purposes during a living organism. Nano medicine is one among the emerging technologies and a neighbourhood of nanotechnology finding applications in healthcare. Nano medicine ranges from the medical applications of nanomaterial in additionally biological devices, to Nano electronics, biosensors, and even promising upcoming applications of molecular nanotechnology.



  • Track 5-1 Nano toxicology
  • Track 5-2 Diagnostic devices
  • Track 5-3Medical Imaging
  • Track 5-4Nano biotechnology
  • Track 5-5Nano sensors
  • Track 5-6Clinical nanomedicne

Nano robotics is that the technology of making machines or robots at or on the brink to the size of a nanometre. The word Nano robotics refers to the section of nanotechnology that involves engineering, designing, and building of Nano robots. These devices are often injected into the patient to perform diagnosis on a cellular level. Such analysis or treatment involves the Nano scale, molecular, or atomic level. The some of uses for Nano robots in drugs 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 6-1Swarm Robotics
  • Track 6-2Nano robotics Design and Control
  • Track 6-3Human-Robot Interaction
  • Track 6-4Industrial Robot Automation
  • Track 6-5Medical Robotics

Zinc oxide nanoparticles are utilized  in numerous applications, contain sunscreens, cosmetics, textiles, and electrical devices. Increased consumer and occupational exposure to potentially poses a risk for toxicity. While many studies have examined the toxicity of  little is understood  regarding the toxicological impact of inherent defects arising from batch-to-batch variations. It was hypothesized that the presence of varying chemical defects  will contribute to cellular toxicity in rat aortic endothelial cells (RAECs). Pristine and defected  (oxidized, reduced, and annealed) were prepared and assessed three major cellular outcomes; cytotoxicity/apoptosis, reactive oxygen species production and oxidative stress, and endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress


  • Track 7-1Functional Nanomaterials
  • Track 7-2Molecular Engineering
  • Track 7-3Nanofabrication
  • Track 7-4Scanning Probe Techniques

Advanced nanomaterials are originated useful in numerous applications. The study on advanced materials proposals clears pathways for his or her synthesis and utilization of their distinctive properties. Nanomaterial or nanostructured materials are characterised into Nano composites, nonporous material and Nano crystalline materials counting on the phases of matter. Nanoparticles manufactured from way of life are highly dynamic in nature. Nanoparticles are particles that exist on a nanometre scale. They can hold on to physical properties like uniformity, conductance or distinct optical properties that make them desired in materials science and biology. Nanoparticles may or might not display size-related properties that are seen in sufficient particles.


  • Track 8-1Metal based nanoparticles
  • Track 8-2Nano fabrications
  • Track 8-3Food Technology
  • Track 8-4Nano photonics
  • Track 8-5Nano electronics

Nanotechnology has the potential to cause extreme changes within the agricultural industry. The progress of latest nanotech-based tools and equipment may help to extend efficiency and overcome challenges faced by the agricultural industry. Nanotechnology has many applications in altogether stages of production, processing, storing, of agricultural products. Nanotechnology is useful in consider to desalination, remediation, filtration, purification and water treatment. The advantages of nanotechnology for the food industry are expected to grow with time. This new, quickly increasing technology impacts every a part of food production to processing, packaging, transportation, time period and bioavailability of nutrients.


  • Track 9-1Nanofertlizer
  • Track 9-2Nano herbicide
  • Track 9-3Nano herbicide
  • Track 9-4Nano membranes
  • Track 9-5Nano adsorbents
  • Track 9-6Nano scale ingredients
  • Track 10-1Clinical trials
  • Track 10-2Combination treatment
  • Track 10-3Therapeutics
  • Track 10-4Theranostics
  • Track 11-1Pharmaceutical Formulations
  • Track 11-2Pharmaceutical Science
  • Track 11-3Pharmaceutical Nano tools
  • Track 11-4Pharmaceutical Nanosystems
  • Track 12-1Plasmonic Nanobiosensors
  • Track 12-2Nanobiosensor
  • Track 12-3Nanoplasmonics
  • Track 12-4Nanobiochemistry

Diagnostic devices are devices won’t to identify the character or explation for a particular phenomenon, usually associated with a medical condition. Examples of diagnostic devices are resonance imaging apparatuses, temperature sensors or pacemakers. Choose from a good range of high-quality medical diagnostics equipment for monitoring vital sign, pulse, blood heat, weight, and more. Products contain scales, stethoscopes, Doppler’s, and ultrasound, X-ray, and imaging equipment. In education, a diagnostic assay helps recognize a student's learning problems so teachers can provide instruction to remedy those problems. ... Students' performances on those tests let teachers know what cognitive skills or bodies of data students are having trouble with.


  • Track 13-1Blood transfusion
  • Track 13-2Diagnostic imaging
  • Track 13-3Health services
  • Track 13-4Patient safety
  • Track 14-1Nanoengineering
  • Track 14-2Superparamagnetic
  • Track 14-3Magnetodendrimers
  • Track 14-4Microbiologist

Therapeutic systems are to enhance steps by transporting medicine rendering to a therapeutically rational program which can may select expected actions from a selection of concentration-dependent actions. Nanosystems are inconsistent functional systems organize at the Nano scale and are comprised of characteristic physicochemical properties with huge visions within in the diagnostic applications and therapeutics, ranging from delivery loads to biosensors. Smart nanosystems have the possible to provide personalised therapeutic scheme and diagnostic.


  • Track 15-1Smart nanomaterial
  • Track 15-2Cancer nanotechnology
  • Track 15-3Cancer nanotechnology
  • Track 15-4Nano systems
  • Track 15-5Theoretical simulation

Artificial intelligence (AI) is also called machine intelligence. Artificial intelligence (AI) is that the reproduction of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These procedures include learning, problem solving, planning, reasoning and self-correction. Particular applications of AI include fine systems speech recognition and machine vision. Digitalization is that the term for the Digital Transformation of society and therefore the economy. It is the method of conversion of analogue information into texts, photographs, and voices, among others. The transformation is passed out over electronic devices like scanners or specialized computer chips. In which the knowledge is organized into binary data that computers can process.



  • Track 16-1Artificial Neural Network
  • Track 16-2Fuzzy Logic Systems
  • Track 16-3Deep Learning
  • Track 16-4Analogue-to-Digital Conversion
  • Track 16-5GSM Communication

The human characteristics of curiosity, wonder, and ingenuity matured as mankind. People round the world are harnessing their curiosity into inquiry and therefore process of scientific methodology. Recent years have witnessed an unprecedented growth in research within the area of nanoscience. There is growing optimism that nanotechnology concern to medicine and dentistry will bring significant advances within the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Growing interest within the future medical applications of nanotechnology is resulting in the emergence of a replacement field called nanomedicine

  • Track 17-1Info graphic
  • Track 17-2impact of nanomaterials.
  • Track 17-3Critical infrastructure
  • Track 17-4ultra-dense memory
  • Track 17-5Nano texturing