INASCON 2016

INASCON started in 2007 in Denmark, and from the beginning, the objective has been to gather students from all over Europe to offer a unique opportunity to network and promote the careers of young scientists.

In 2016, INASCON will be hosted in Baarlo and Enschede, The Netherlands. The conference will take place from August 2nd to August 5th 2016 and will offer a variety of scientific activities to give students in the field of nanoscience an opportunity to network and collaborate with international students and scientists, increase scientific awareness, and enhance presentational skills.

The conference program includes talks by attending students and leading international scientists, a poster session, a workshop, and of course social activities to get to know the other attendants.

This website will continuously be updated with all news and information regarding INASCON 2016. If you have any questions, requests or ideas concerning INASCON 2016, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@inascon.eu or on our Facebook group. In any case, stay tuned for future updates!

We are looking forward to seeing you in Enschede, The Netherlands for the 10th edition of INASCON!

– The INASCON 2016 Organising Committee

Latest news

Seventh speaker announced: Prof. Sir Fraser Stoddart

Today, we confirm with great honour our seventh speaker of INASCON 2016. Prof. dr. Sir Fraser Stoddart, director of the Center for the Chemistry of Integrated Systems at Northwestern University and professor of Chemistry at Northwestern University, will give his talk on Thursday the 4th of August 2016.

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Sixth speaker announced: Prof. Tony Cass

We are happy to confirm our sixth speaker. On Friday morning, the well-known chemical biologist prof. dr. Tony Cass from Imperial College London will give his lecture.

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Fifth speaker announced: Prof. Klaus Müllen

With great pleasure we present you our fifth speaker for the 2016 edition of INASCON. Emeritus prof. dr. Klaus Müllen, former director of the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research will give a talk on Thursday the 4th of August 2016.

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