The Nanotechnology Research Group of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Nigeria, in collaboration with the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), is organising the 6th International Conference on Nanotechnology at the NASRDA Headquarters, Lugbe, Abuja. The conference with the theme ‘Nanotechnology for Socio-economic Development of Africa’ will hold on 22-25 November 2022.
After paying the necessary registration fees, applicants may register for the conference here. Registrants will receive an acknowledgement e-mail after the organisers have confirmed the success of the registration fee payment. Early bird registration will end by 15 September 2022, while the late registration will end by 15 October 15 2022.
The conference will also feature an abstract presentation. As a result, interested persons can send an abstract of a maximum of 250 words here. The abstract may only detail the overview/aim of the work, methodology, results and conclusion. Furthermore, applicants are to submit the abstract along with the evidence of payment of the abstract processing fee. The abstract processing fee costs NGN 2,000 (USD 5). Consequently, the abstract committee will only process the abstracts with accompanying evidence of the processing fee. The deadline for abstract submission is October 15 2022.
- Participants at the workshop would learn various techniques in Nanotechnology research;
- The Conference would expose participants to current trends in nanotechnology research; where and how to infuse nanotechnology in their research activities;
- Networking with prominent researchers in the area of nanotechnology for collaboration;
- Postgraduate and early career scholars would receive tutoring on access to grants and fellowships; and
- Publication of some important papers presented at the conference.
You can get more information regarding the conference, including the relevant payment information here.
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