Session 10. Nanocharacterization


Characterization is the basis of the nanoscience and nanotechnology, which aim at developing state-of-the-art techniques for characterization of various nanostructures ranging from surface topologies, individual nanoparticles to bulk nanomaterials, to enable and promote applications of nanotechnology in research, development and industry. This session covers characterization of all types of nanostructures including inorganic, organic and carbonaceous.
Topics include but not limited to:

Single molecule physics and chemistry; surface science; high-resolution structural characterization; high resolution chemical and biological recognition; nanoscale electrical characterization; nanoscale optical characterization; nanoscale mechanical characterization; sub-surface nanoscale imaging and characterization; modeling and simulation for nanocharacterization.