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Beijing, which was founded 3000 years ago, is the capital of China. It is the political, economic, academic, and cultural center of the country. Tradition and modern civilization are well integrated in this beautiful city.
The long history of Beijing endows the city with a rich cultural heritage. The Great Wall, one of the world's great wonders and one of the very few man-made structures that can be seen from space, extends several thousand miles, and passes relatively near to Beijing. The poetic and picturesque Summer Palace represents the highest architectural level of royal garden. The Forbidden City includes the most splendid group of imperial palaces in the world. The temple of heaven is the place of worship for emperors of various dynasties of China as well as a splendid representation of ancient Chinese architectural art. These four sites have been selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as representing the world cultural heritage. Hutong (Chinese alleys) and compound courtyards (old Beijing residential quarters) are found throughout Beijing. These streets and buildings have witnessed the ups and downs of the city and the people in past centuries and are symbolic of the life of Beijing people.
Changes have been taking place day-by-day in Beijing since China's reform and opening to the outside world. As summarized in a popular saying, Beijing is growing taller with more and more skyscrapers while growing younger with the improving living standards and more diversified life style.
This is Beijing, old and young, full of attractions. It is our sincere wish that you will make the best of your time here and we believe you will bring home more than what you expect.
For more information about Beijing, Please visit http://www.beijingpage.com.

1 Payment Methods

A. Online Pay: online payment can be made by credit card (Visa, MasterCard), but there will be around 4% service charges calculated on the total amount paid.

B. Bank electronic transfers should be made to:


Center for International Scientific Exchanges, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Name of Bank

Head Office, Bank of China, Beijing, China

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VAT Number

Bank Address

No. 1 Fuxingmennei Avenue, Beijing, China 100818

1)Please make sure to indicate "Registration Fee for ChinaNANO 2017" and your full name on the Message to the Beneficiary of your bank transfer, and please send us a copy of the receipt of the bank transfer.
2) In order to avoid any delay or confusion in money transfer, please upload a copy of your remittance invoice or receipt to the online registration system.
3) All bank charges will be borne by the participant.

1 Refund Policy and Cancellation Charge

A written notification of cancellation from attendees must be received and confirmed by the conference secretariat before a refund can be issued. An administrative charge and all bank charges will be deducted from the amount according to the date the cancellation letter is received:

Cancellation received by the Secretariat Registration Fee
Before June 30, 2017 Not charged
Between June 30, 2015 and July 31, 2017 US$50 charged
After July 31, 2017 No refund

Please note that, all refunds will be made after the conference, and all bank service charges will be deducted from the refunded amount.

Working Language

English is the official language of the conference

Important Dates

Deadline for abstract
June 30, 2017
Deadline for pre-registration
July 31, 2017
Deadline for full paper
Auguest 15, 2017
On-site registration
Aug.28-31, 2017

Contact Persons in China

1 Scientific Correspondence for Invited Speakers

Ms. Lilusi Ma(马丽露丝)
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
Beijing 100190, China
Tel: +86-10-82545911
Fax: +86-10-62656765
E-mail: malils@nanoctr.cn

1 Scientific Correspondence for Attendees

Ms. Ying Cao(曹颖)E-mail:chinanano2017@nanoctr.cn
Ms. Lirui Xie(解利蕊) Tel: +86-10-82545661
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
Beijing 100190, China

1 Registration and Accommodation Correspondence

Ms. Chunhong Yan(颜春红)
Center for International Scientific Exchanges, CAS
52 Sanlihe Rd., Beijing 100864, China
Tel: +86-10-68597772
Fax: +86-10-68597748
Email: chyan@cashq.ac.cn

1 Visas

Ms. Ying Cao(曹颖)  E-mail:chinanano2017@nanoctr.cn
Ms. Lirui Xie(解利蕊) Tel: +86-10-82545661
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
Beijing 100190, China

1 Exhibition Correspondence

Ms. Hongbiao Hou(侯宏标)
Mr. Qixiang Wang (王其祥)
Tel: +86-10-82545534 Fax: +86-10-62656765
Email: chinanano2017exh@nanoctr.cn
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
No. 11, Beiyitiao, Zhongguancun, Haidian District
100190 Beijing China


In general, visitors to China must have a valid passport and, in most cases, an appropriate Chinese visa. A Tourist Visa (L Visa) will suffice for you to attend the Conference, and you do not need to show the invitation letter when you apply for Tourist Visa. You'd better check with your local Chinese Embassy or Consulate General for your visa application details at your earliest convenience.

If it is required that a Business Visa (F Visa) is a must, you probably need a letter of invitation or a Visa Notifications Form issued from the Conference organizing institute.
To require the filled Visa Notification Form, please send the following information to the Secretariat at E-mail:caoy@nanoctr.cn.

>>>a photocopy or scanned copy of your passport
>>>From which country you will apply the visa:
>>>Mailing Address (if you need us to send the original letter):
>>>Accompanying person’ name (if any):
>>>Accompanying person’s passport number (if any):

The issued letters will be sent by email or fax. Individuals requiring original documents are requested to specify their needs and allow for longer delivery time.

All requests for invitation letters and Visa Notification Forms should be made before August 4, 2017.

International Transportation

The organizing committee is not responsible for arranging air-transportation for the registrants between their own countries and Beijing. Registrants must make their own arrangements for air transportation. Beijing Airport is an international airport. There are many airlines directly to main cities of Asia, North America, Europe and Australia. Flights to other cities can be connected in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, etc. For appropriate flights information correspond to the country you are from, please contact your nearest travel agency.

Weather in Beijing

Beijing lies in the continental monsoon region in the warm temperature zone and its climate represents as hot and rainy in summer and cold and dry in winter. The four seasons in Beijing are distinct.It is dry, windy and sandy in spring and hot and rainy in summer. August and September are the end of summer and the beginning of autumn in Beijing. This is the best season of the year when the sky is blue and clear; the air is crisp, mild and humid.

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Local Transportation

The organizing committee is not responsible for arranging scheduled local public transportation for the registrants between Beijing Airport and Beijing International Convention Center(BICC) or hotel. All the registrants should make their own local transportation in the city. Travel by taxi is the most convenient and fastest option for the journey. Beijing is not only famous for charming natural scenery but also for large numbers of taxis and the cheapest taxis cost: RMB2.30 per km with base price RMB14.00! Please prepare some changes in advance for taxi fee or city bus cost in the staying in Beijing. There is Exchanging Office at the airport.
It takes about 50 minutes by taxi from the airport to Beijing International Convention Center(BICC) or hotels, the taxi fare is about RMB 150 (approx. US$25), tollgate fee is RMB10. Whenever you arrive at the airport, there are always many taxis waiting at the airport to pick up passengers. We suggest you wait for taxi at the airport designated taxi station (Exit No. 7). Please ask for a receipt with the taxi registration number in case you require special assistance when you arrive at the hotel. If someone approaches you in the airport lobby and offers to take you to the hotel, don’t take his or her car.

Currency and Exchange

In China, only RMB is used. However, exchange centers can be found at airports, most hotels and large shopping centers. Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) could help you change RMB from your credit card. Visa, Master, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, and other credit cards are accepted in most malls and hotels. But it might be difficult to draw cash with credit cards. When exchanging money, please keep your receipt by which you can change the remaining RMB back to foreign currency when leaving China.
Bank of China and most hotels can cash traveler' s checks issued by any foreign bank or financial institution. Participants will need to show their passport and pay 0.75% commission fee. Traveler' s checks signed over to a third party cannot be cashed in China, but can be presented for collection through the Bank of China.