Take part in our anniversary!
10th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials
September 6 to 10, 2015
Department of Environmental Geosciences
This year we want to celebrate with you the 10th anniversary of this highly successful conference series which started in 2006 in London organized by Richard Handy. After London, Birmingham, Vienna, Clemson, Banff, Aix-en-Provence, and Columbia the conference will again be held in Vienna, Austria.
The Department of Environmental Geosciences at the University of Vienna is organizing this event which will be held from September 6th –10th, 2015 at the University of Vienna, Austria. As one of the globally leading conferences on environmental nanoscience and nanoecotoxicology, the 10th ICEENN will bring together researchers, regulators and industry to discuss the recent advances in the investigations of risks of current and future applications in the key sector of nanotechnology, along with procedures of risk management to maintain the economic and social benefits of the sector.
Sessions deal with key research areas including but not limited to
A Analysis of nanomaterials B Release and transformations including its effects on aging, behavior and fate C Toxicology and ecotoxicology D Natural colloids and related processes E Social, ethical and regulatory aspects F Innovation and applications of nanotechnology to environmental issues
The conference will be preceded by a 2-day workshop (5. and 6. September) dealing with FFF and sp-ICPMS nanoparticle analysis in complex media, including a one-day hands-on training in our laboratories on some of our Field-Flow Fractionation - ICPMS units and our single-particle ICP-MS systems including triple quad ICPMS.
The Venue is the University of Vienna’s 9th district campus, located closely to the city center with all the opportunities offered by this vibrant city. World class museums, operas and theaters as well as shopping areas, restaurants, clubs and bars are at your fingertips or only a short tram ride away.
Richard Handy, Frank von der Kammer, Jamie Lead, Eva Valsami-Jones, Greg Goss, Stephen Klaine, Thilo Hofmann
|Conference Series Organizers|
Frank von der Kammer (University of Vienna), Richard Handy (University of Plymouth), Jamie Lead (University of South Carolina), Eva Valsami-Jones (University of Birmingham), Greg Goss (University of Alberta), Stephen Klaine (Clemson University).
|Local Organising Committee|
Thorsten Hüffer, Antonia Praetorius, Stephan Wagner, Andrea Bichler, Robert Brünjes, Sabine Kranzl, Thilo Hofmann - University of Vienna, Department of Environmental Geosciences