- NATO Advanced Research Workshop
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NATO SCIENCE FOR PEACE AND SECURITY PROGRAMME ADVANCED RESEARCH WORKSHOP
NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division, Bd. Leopold III, B-1110 Brussels, Belgium
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop
NATO ARW CRB.NUKR.ARW 984333
Nanodevices and Nanomaterials for Ecological Security
Sponsored by NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division
Yurmala-Riga-Latvia, June 20-23, 2011
Riga - Odessa 2011
NATO-country Director: Yuri Shunin, Professor, Dr.Sc.Habil.
Institute and Address: Department of Natural Sciences and Computer Technologies, Information Systems Management Institute, 91 Ludzas, LV-1003, Riga, Latvia.
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Partner-country Director: Arnold Kiv, Professor, Dr.Sc.Habil.
Institute and Address: Department of Physical and Mathematical Modelling, South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, 26 Staroportofrankovskaya, 26020 Odessa, Ukraine.
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Department of Natural Sciences and Computer Technologies, Information Systems Management Institute, Latvia
ISMA University President, Prof. Roman Dyackon
Department of Physical and Mathematical Modelling, South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, Ukraine
SUNPU Rector, Prof. Alexey Chebykin
|International Organizing Committee|
|(A) Yuri Shunin||Vice-Rector, Professor of Department of Natural Sciences and Computer Technologies, Information Systems Management Institute|
|(B) Arnold Kiv||Head of Department of Physical and Mathematical Modelling, South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University|
|(C) Gary Hunter||Senior Electronics Engineer, Sensor and Electronics Branch (NASA Glenn Research Center)|
|(D) Yakov Roizin||Tower-Jazz, Israel|
|(E) Calogero Pace||Professor of Electronics, University of Calabria|
|Local Organizing Committee|
|(A) Prof. Roman Dyackon||President of Information Systems Management Institute|
|(B) Prof. Victor Gopeyenko||Vice-Rector for Scientific Issues, Information Systems Management Institute|
|(C) Dr. Sintiya Bernava||Expert on the International Relations and Management, Latvian parliament group of interparliamentary relations|
|(D) Dr. Tamara Lobanova-Shunina||Editor of ARW Scientific Publications, Information Systems Management Institute|
|(E) MSc Natalie Burlutskaya||ARW secretary, Information Systems Management Institute|
The main part of the program is concerned with the application of nanomaterials for the creation of novel nanodevices and sensor systems that are necessary for prevention of technogenic catastrophes and terrorist attacks. Multifunctional applications of these nanodevices will be thoroughly considered in key lectures. The ARW participants will discuss the relevant scientific, technological and economic problems including fundamental problems of organic-inorganic hybrids improvements and their applications in the creation of novel nanodevices. The ARW participants will discuss innovative approaches not only in the search for new combinations of organic and inorganic compounds, but also in the advanced engineering of materials with bioelectronic design principles. The innovative approaches to the creation of biosensors for detecting pathogen microorganisms with radically lowered measurements time and detection limits will also be a subject of key lectures.
Lectures devoted to the problems of radiation modification of nanomaterials, on the one hand, and to the defence against the radiation danger, on the other hand, are included into the program.
General problems concerning further advancement of nanotechnologies will be considered. Unexpected obstacles in the creation of novel nanodevices that have been recently revealed will be a subject of intensive discussions among qualified experts from different countries. In particular, the problem concerns the nature of electronic noise in deeply scaled nanodevices. This problem is closely linked with the creation of the efficient lower-powered devices, including new sensor systems. A critical factor that puts on the further progress in nanotechnologies is the slowing speed of signal propagation within the chip. New approaches to the creation of nanomaterials that can ensure progress in the solution of chip interconnect problem will be presented by the leading laboratories.
Novel nanodevices based on a new direction of electronics – “track electronics” – will be considered from the point of view of the creation of principally new generation of electronic systems. All the aforementioned innovations will be considered in the light of the creation of novel nanodevices and electronic systems for special purposes of ecological security.
The working language of the Workshop is English.
The weather in Riga and in the vicinity is rather mild, moderate and sometimes excellent at this season of year with day temperatures of about 20-22 °C, but the rain may be also expected.
Publication of ProceedingsProceedings will be published in Springer Science and Business Media - NATO Science for Peace and Security Series – B: Physics and Biophysics. All papers must be presented to the Organizing Committee during the registration at the beginning of the Workshop. Instructions for preparation of papers will be sent to participants in the near future. All papers will be reviewed. One free copy of the publication will be distributed to each author-participant.
NATO does not take out any health or accident insurance. Such insurance is an individual responsibility.
|1.||Dr. Gary Hunter||NASA Glenn Research Center, USA|
|2.||Prof. Yuri Gogotsi||Drexel University, USA|
|3.||Prof. Giorgio Sberveglieri||University of Brescia, Italy|
|4.||Prof. Calogero Pace||Calabria University, Italy|
|5.||Dr. Stefano Bellucci||INFN - Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Rome, Italy|
|6.||Dr. Dietmar Fink||Berlin Helmholtz-Center für Materials and Energy, Germany|
|7.||Prof. Eiichi Kondoh||University of Yamanashi, Japan|
|8.||Prof. Vyacheslav Golovanov||South-Ukrainian National University, Ukraine|
|9.||Prof. Yakov Roizin||TowerJazz, Israel|
|10.||Prof. David Fuks||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel|
|11.||Dr. Mikhail Baklanov||IMEC-Interuniversity MicroElectronics Center, Belgium|
|12.||Prof. Joan Morante||University of Barcelona, Spain|
|13.||Dr. Amita Chandra||University of Delhi, India|
|14.||Prof. Robert Evarestov||Sankt-Petersburg State University, Russia|
|15.||Prof. Sergey Maksimenko||Institute of Nuclear Problems of Belarus University, Belarus|