21st International Conference on Radiation Effects in Insulators
Annealing of swift heavy ion tracks in amorphous silicon dioxide
REI in 2023 will be the 21st international conference dedicated to research relating to radiation effects in insulators and non-metallic materials. Since the first REI conference in Arco, Italy, in 1981, REI has been the international forum held every two years to present and discuss the latest achievements in the field of insulating materials modification through different kinds of radiation source (ions, electrons, neutrons...). The REI conference is one of the most prominent and long running conference series in the field of radiation effects in materials.
67th Biophysical Society Annual Meeting
Ultra-thin, high-lifetime silicon nitride nanopore membranes for biosensing
The Biophysical Society annual meetings are the largest annual gathering of biophysicists around the world. The meetings include symposia, workshops, 15 subgroup programs, over 500 platform speakers selected from submitted abstracts, the Biophysical Society Lecture, more than 4,000 packed poster presentations, as well as educational exhibits, exhibitor presentations, and career development sessions.
Conference on Inorganic Membranes
Fabrication of highly tunable silicon dioxide and silicon oxynitride nanopore membranes
Since 1989, ICIM is organized every other year devoting exclusively to the science and technology of inorganic membranes and has become one of the major conferences in the inorganic membranes field.
29th international conference on atomic collisions in solids & 11th international symposium on swift heavy ions in matter
Exploring ion tracks and nanopores using small-angle X-ray scattering
The conference series SHIM brings together the scientists performing the research with high-energy heavy ions in various fields, including radiation effects in solids, atomic physics, plasma physics, radiation biology and medicine, and nanotechnology. The series started in Caen (France) in 1989. SHIM focuses on basic as well as applied research, including both theoretical and experimental aspects.
ANSTO User Meeting 2021
Shape of track-etched nanopores characterized by small-angle X-ray scattering
The ANSTO User Committee provides instrument users the opportunity to showcase their recent research accomplishments. It is also an opportunity for prospective users to hear about the unique capabilities of ANSTO’s scientific infrastructure, which comprises a suite of neutron beam instruments in Sydney and synchrotron beamline in Melbourne.
8th MSA Early Career Researcher Online Membrane Symposium
Fabrication, Characterisation and Application of solid-state nanopore membrane
MSA ECR 2021 is organised by Membrane Society of Australasia (MSA) and ARC Research Hub for Energy-Efficient Separation (ARC-EESep). The MSA ECR Symposium is Australia’s most renowned symposium for membrane scientists and engineers in the early stages of their careers. The MSA ECR Symposium has a strong track-record of success and typically brings together young delegates from Australasia and from the rest of the world in a unique, exciting event. The symposium aims to provide a vibrant platform for young researchers to present and share research ideas and network with peers.
S4SAS Conference 2021
Small angle X-ray scattering of nanopores in polycarbonate membranes
The S4SAS Conference series aims to reach out to both well established and early career scientists alike, providing a forum for technological advancement, as well as showcasing the current state-of-the-art in data analysis for all users of Small Angle Scattering.
OHIOH Symposium: Past, Present, and Beyond
Our health in our hands symposium
The ANU Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH) strategic initiative aims to transform healthcare by developing new personalised health technologies and solutions in collaboration with patients, clinicians and health care providers. The 2020 OHIOH symposium presented the progress of current projects, an outlook on future research, and patient & healthcare provider insight.
Australian Synchrotron User Meeting 2020
Investigation of etched ion-tracks in SiO2 membranes
The Australian Synchrotron User Committee provides instrument users the opportunity to showcase their recent research accomplishments. It is also an opportunity for prospective users to hear about the unique capabilities of ANSTO’s scientific infrastructure, which comprises a suite of neutron beam instruments in Sydney and synchrotron beamline in Melbourne.
International conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology (ICONN-2020)
Fabrication of solid-state nano-pore graphene composite membranes
ICONN is the largest biennial Australian conference series in the field of nanoscience. Since the inaugural conference was held in Brisbane in 2006, ICONN has seen success in cities all around Australia, including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra and Wollongong.
In 2020 ICONN returns to Brisbane and will feature a diverse array of multidisciplinary talks designed to connect worldleading scientists, students, engineers, industry participants and entrepreneurs working in the field of nanoscale science and technology to discuss new and exciting advances in the field.
20th International Conference on Radiation Effects in Insulators (REI-20)
Fabrication of solid-state nano-pore membranes
REI-20 will be dedicated to fundamental and applied research related to radiation effects in insulators and non-metallic materials. Since the inaugural 1981 REI conference in Arco, Italy, the REI conference series, held every two years, has been the prominent international forum to present and exchange information on the latest advances and achievements in the fields of radiation effects and ion beam modification in insulating materials.