ナノテスティングシンポジウム

Annual Nano Testing Symposium

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Instructions for special and technical session authors

Abstracts are welcome from all those involved in all areas of nano testing. Original papers co-authored by a user and a supplier and/or academia that demonstrate innovative, practical solutions for advancing nano testing are highly encouraged. Authors must provide an extended abstract of no more than one page of text (A4 size paper, max. of 1000 words, MS Word or pdf) with an additional page including supporting data and figures. The abstract should provide an overview of: the problem; current practice in industry and its limitations; and proposed solution, as well as provide a brief summary of results. Include title, author(s), company affiliation(s), contact information, five key words and at least one AREA as listed in the technical scope. Abstracts are due 26 July 2019. Please note that abstracts and papers must be written in English or in Japanese.

All abstracts will be peer reviewed by the NANOTS committee according to the following criteria:

  • Originality of work
  • Specific results achieved and described
  • Potential impact and interest to attendees

Notification of acceptance, including additional author instructions, will be sent via e-mail by 13 September 2019. A final, company-approved manuscript and copyright form must be sent electronically by 18 October 2019 in order to be published in the NANOTS 2019 proceedings.

 
 

Instructions for exhibitiors and commercial session authors

The Symposium will feature the latest in service providers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers. A large exhibit floor will give the opportunity to key-vendors to represent the core business area in these fields. Furthermore, a commercial session will give the opportunity to introduce new products with short presentation. Applicants for equipment exhibition and a commercial session must be an associate member of the Institute of NANO Testing. Applicants for a commercial session provide an abstract of no more than one page of text (A4 size paper, max. of 1000 words, MS Word or pdf). The abstract should provide an overview of new product. Include title, author(s), company affiliation(s), contact information, several key words and at least one AREA as listed on this call for papers. Abstracts for a commercial session (short presentation) are due 26 July 2019.