23 - 25 October 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Jožef Stefan Institute


SLONANO2007, 10-12 October 2007

Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia




Registration and abstract submission

Deadlines for abstract submission and registration are:

  • Abstract submission: Friday 7 September 2007

  • Registration: Friday 28 September 2007

Download the Abstract Template here, the Registration Form here, and the First Announcement here.

  All the abstracts and registration forms should be sent via e-mail to SLONANO2007@ijs.si

  You can download all the SLONANO2007 abstracts in .doc format. compressed as .rar or .zip (approx. 30 MB)

Dates and places

The SLONANO2007 conference will be held at the Jozef Stefan Institute, Jamova 39, Ljubljana, Slovenia, with the talks being presented in the Large Lecture Theatre on the first floor of the main building. The conference will run from 9.00am on Wednesday 10 October to 3pm on Friday 12 October 2007. Lunch will be provided at the Jozef Stefan Institute's cafeteria on all three days of the conference. Information about accommodation will be available in the Second Announcement.



The organisers are happy to receive contributions on any aspects of nanotechnology, from fundamental studies through to applications. Abstracts will be accepted for inclusion in the programme on the basis of their interest for other attendees. For SLONANO2007 there will be three special sessions on Nanostructural Analyses and Imaging, Theoretical Aspects, and Nanotechnology and the Pharmaceutical Industry. There will also be poster sessions organised during the breaks.
The SLONANO2007 programme here


The SLONANO conferences

SLONANO conferences have been organised since 2002, and so SLONANO2007 represents the sixth in the series. Since 2006 the conference has been co-organised by the Jozef Stefan Institute, the University of Nova Gorica and University of Trieste, but the basic idea of the conference remains the same: To foster the rapid exchange of results, ideas and know-how in the field of nanotechnology. In particular, young scientists are strongly encouraged to present their work.

Organising Committee

Paul McGuiness, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Ramsak, University of Ljubljana and Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Dragan Mihailovic, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia