3rd NanoSafety Forum for Young Scientists, Malta, 2018



Event Date: 10-11 September 2018

Event Venue: Mediterranean Conference Centre



Dear Colleagues, 

The EU NanoSafety Cluster and the Horizon 2020 ACEnano project are proud to announce the 3rd NanoSafety Forum for Young Scientists. The event is a follow-up of the first two meetings, which took place in Syracuse, Sicily and Visby, Sweden, and will take place in Valletta, Malta, on 10th an 11th September 2018.

The event is an open forum for young (students, post docs and others) and senior scientists working in EU-funded, national and industrial nanosafety projects. The Forum will also offer everyone the opportunity to network, promote cross-project collaboration, exchange scientific knowledge and learn from each other.

The Forum will consist of both oral and poster presentations, which will allow Young Scientists showcase their work and express fresh ideas. At the same time, keynote talks by Assistant Professor Susana Loureiro (University of Aveiro) and Dr Mark Miller (The University of Edinburgh) will also take place, on matters of high scientific interest for the wider NanoSafety community.

The deadline for abstract submission is 20th of May 2018, and the interested Young Researchers will be notified via email on the acceptance of their abstract by 20th June 2018.

Further information regarding the Forum's agenda, the abstracts and the keynote speakers can be found here.

Information on the registration process can be found here.

For information about getting to Valletta, the event venue and accommodation please click here.

An optional DLS course, organised by ACEnano and Malvern is also available between 11-13 September 2018. For further information and  expression of interest please contact Sophie Briffa (BriffaSM@bham.ac.uk)

We are looking forward welcoming you to Malta. 

Thank you, 

The Organising Committee

For abstract submission inquiries please contact Anastasios (Tassos) Papadiamantis (A.Papadiamantis@bham.ac.uk).

For registration inquiries please contact Thomas (Tom) Carney (T.Carney@bham.ac.uk).

For any other inquiries please contact Sophie Briffa (BriffaSM@bham.ac.uk).

Abstract submission deadline: 20th May 2018
Early bird registration deadline: 15th July 2018


Contact: BriffaSM@bham.ac.uk

You can download the event's brochure here.

You can download the final Forum agenda and abstract booklet here.

Vote for your preferred oral and poster presentation here.

You can download the DLS's workshop brochure here.