IEEE NAP'22 Conference
The prime focus of our Conference is on nanoscale materials with emphasis on interdisciplinary research exploring and exploiting unique physical and chemical proprieties of these materials for practical applications.
We invite you to present your most exciting nanomaterials-related research at the #IEEENAP Conference!
The 2022 IEEE 12th International Conference “Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties” will be held on Sept. 11-16, 2022, in a hybrid format, with a “physical” meeting in Kraków, Poland. We are happy to have a beautiful and modern 4- star GALAXY hotel as our conference venue!
The Conference is organized through a partnership between the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, Silesian University of Technology, and Sumy State University, with endorsements and support from the International Union for Pure & Applied Physics and the IEEE Magnetics Society.
The prime focus of the IEEE NAP-2022 is on nanoscale materials with emphasis on interdisciplinary research exploring and exploiting their unique physical and chemical proprieties for practical applications. Although nanoscience and nanotechnology are still in their infancy, this rapidly evolving field of research is quickly transforming almost all aspects of our everyday life. From the low power electronics and supercomputers to advanced drugs and personalized medicine, from new industrial applications and renewable energy to advanced transportation and clean air technologies, nanoscience is the foundation of many transformational discoveries in the decades to come.
Our goal is to bring together a broad international community of scientists, engineers, and educators who are already involved in defining a future where the understanding and controlling matter at the nanoscale will ultimately lead to revolutionary technological and industrial advances. Our attendees are leading international experts from industry and academia – chemists, physicists, materials scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs. Thus, it is not surprising that the NAP conferences traditionally attract many local and international Ph.D. students and early career professionals. Similar to the past NAP Conferences, the conference proceeding manuscripts (4+ printed pages) will be peer-reviewed by independent reviewers and evaluated by the Organizing Committee. The papers of good technical quality containing exciting and novel (unpublished) results on one or more topics of the Conference will be recommended for publication in the IEEE Digital Xplorer Library, indexed by the Scopus (IEEE will make the final decision).
The #IEEENAP Organizing Committee is looking forward to meeting you in Krakow!
IEEE NAP-2022 Organizing Committee
|Przybylski, Marek||Academic Centre for Materials & Nanotechnology, AGH Univ. of Science and Technology (Poland), Honorary Chair|
|Novosad, Valentine||Argonne National Laboratory (USA), General Chair|
|Simka, Wojciech||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), General Co-Chair & Local Organizing Committee Chair|
|Pogrebnjak, Alexander||Sumy State University (Ukraine), General Co-Chair|
|Pogorielov, Maksym||University of Latvia (Latvia), Sumy State University (Ukraine), Technical Program Chair|
|Sowa, Maciej||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Technical Program Co-Chair|
|Janas, Dawid||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Technical Program Co-Chair|
|Prokopenko, Oleksandr||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine), Technical Program Co-Chair|
|Lyutyy, Taras||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Publication Chair|
|Michalska, Joanna||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Publication Co-Chair|
|Shabelnyk, Yurii||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Secretary|
|Maciej, Artur||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Finance & Exhibits Chair|
|Drozdenko, Oleksii||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Finance Co-Chair|
|Tkach, Olena||Sumy State University (Ukraine), WiSE Chair|
|Marchenko, Anna||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Awards & Grants Co-Chair|
|Dvornichenko, Alina||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Awards & Grants Co-Chair|
|Kazek-Kęsik, Alicja||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Awards & Grants Co-Chair|
|Olesiński, Aleksander||Sumy State University (Ukraine), IT & Technical Support Chair|
|Smyrnova, Kateryna||Sumy State University (Ukraine), Student & YP Activities Co-Chair|
|Wala, Marta||Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Student & YP Activities Co-Chair|
|Bruno Lodi, Matteo||University of Cagliari (Italy), Student & YP Activities Co-Chair|
International Scientific Advisory Board
|Novosad, Valentine||Argonne National Laboratory (USA), Chair|
|Sulka, Grzegorz||Jagiellonian University (Poland), Co-Chair|
|Anders, André||Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering (Germany)|
|Baron-Wiechec, Aleksandra||Guangdon Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (China)|
|Chubykalo-Fesenko, Oksana||CSIC – Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (Spain)|
|Dantelle, Geraldine||Institut NEEL (France)|
|Ditaranto, Nicoletta||University of Bari Aldo Moro (Italy)|
|Erb, Denise||Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, HZDR (Germany)|
|Erdemir, Ali||Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)|
|Gogotsi, Yury||Drexel University (USA)|
|Ichiyanagi, Yuko||Yokohama National University (Japan)|
|Ivashchenko, Volodymyr||Institute for Problems of Materials Science NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)|
|Kolezhuk, Oleksiy||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)|
|Komanicky, Vladimir||Pavol Jozef Safarik University (Slovakia)|
|Lupan, Oleg||Technical University of Moldova (Moldova)|
|Morris, James E.||Portland State University (USA)|
|Nakamura, Tetsuya||Tohoku University (Japan)|
|Pogrebnjak, Alexander||Sumy State University (Ukraine)|
|Przybylski, Marek||AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland)|
|Protsenko Serhiy||Sumy State University (Ukraine)|
|Rajh, Tijana||Arizona State University (USA)|
|Rivas, Montserrat||University of Oviedo (Spain)|
|Simka, Wojciech||Silesian University of Technology (Poland)|
|Sizov, Fedir||V.E. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)|
|Sulaieva, Oksana||Medical Laboratory CSD (Ukraine)|
|Tatarchuk, Tetiana||Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (Ukraine)|
|Tovstolytkin, Oleksandr||Institute of Magnetism NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)|
|Viter, Roman||University of Latvia (Latvia)|
|Zukowski, Pawel||Lublin University of Technology (Poland)|
IEEE NAP-2022 Speakers
IEEE NAP'22 Important Dates
|Invited speakers nominations deadline||December 01, 2021|
|Abstract submission site opens||February 20, 2022|
|Abstracts submission deadline||May 16, 2022|
|Papers submission deadline||June 10, 2022|
|Grant application deadline||June 10, 2022|
|Acceptance notification||July 20, 2022|
|Early registration fees deadline||July 15, 2022|
|“Nanoscience as Art” Contest deadline||July 31, 2022|
|Conference Program available||August 15, 2022|
|On-site Registration & IEEE NAP-2022 Welcome Reception||September 11, 2022|
|Conference Technical Sessions||September 11-16, 2022|
|Conference Closing & Award Ceremonies||September 16, 2022|
IEEE NAP'22 Fees
REGISTRATION FEES FOR ONSITE & REMOTE PARTICIPANTS (*)
Early bird fees
Late registration fees
|Regular attendees||300EUR / 360USD / 1400PLN||400EUR / 480USD / 1860PLN||500EUR / 600USD / 2330PLN|
|Undergraduate & Ph.D. Students||150EUR / 180USD / 700PLN||200EUR / 240USD / 930PLN||250EUR / 300USD / 1160PLN|
(*) Invited Speakers, IEEE Members and Remote participants: 20% discount; The discounts are NOT stackable.
Accompanying person: 100EUR / 120USD / 450PLN (per person)
Registration fees are waived for IEEE Life Members and their spouses or partners attending the Conference.
Conference Venue: Galaxy**** Hotel, ul. Gęsia 22a, 31-535 Kraków, Poland
Located over the Vistula River, in Kraków’s Podgórze district, the luxurious Galaxy Hotel offers a choice of accommodation options, an on-site restaurant and two bars, a spa and wellness center, secure parking, and superb conference facilities. The rooms at the Galaxy come with tea and coffee facilities and a large work desk. All rooms are air-conditioned and modernly furnished, with LCD TV with satellite channels. The price of all rooms includes access to the hot tub, saunas, swimming pool, and fitness center. Guests have access to a computer with a printer and an internet connection in the lobby. Galaxy Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the Kazimierz Jewish District, full of atmospheric pubs and cafés. The walk to the Main Market Square takes only 25 minutes, while the Wawel Castle is a 20-minute walk from the hotel. The on-site restaurant overlooks the Vistula River and serves international cuisine from 4 pm until 10 pm. More information here.
Kraków, also spelled Cracow, city and capital of Małopolskie województwo (province), southern Poland, lying on both sides of the upper Vistula River. One of the largest cities in Poland (~1.4 million inhabitants if you include the surrounding communities), it is known primarily for its grand historic architecture and cultural leadership; UNESCO designated its old town area a World Heritage site in 1978. Its marketplace, Rynek Główny (Main Square), has existed since the 13th century, and a modern landscaped area is laid out on the site of past fortifications.
Kraków – due to its demographic, economic, social and scientific-cultural strength – ranks second in Poland among cities. It has unique values that are the basis of its economic development and an increase in the quality of life. It has high-quality human capital at its disposal. It is a city people consciously choose as a place to live, work, study, spend free time in a variety of ways. Sustainable development and the ability to meet specific challenges with the skillful use of own resources are the main priorities.
The academic center, with its 650 year old University, is permanently connected with the city and builds an unrepeated resource of knowledge in a unique way. It is the key to competitiveness and innovation not only of Kraków, but also of the entire region. The intensively developing economy based on knowledge is a completely new process in the economic life of the City, which makes it part of the modern economies of the world.
The overriding goal for Kraków is not only to be a modern city but also to be proud of its historical heritage. It aspires to be an open, rich, friendly and safe metropolis, vibrant with culture. Smart management and strengthening the sphere of modern services and the research and development sector are the foundations for the development of Kraków – a city where innovation and effective cooperation between science and business are the focus.
Kraków is composed of so many unique attractions that trying to pick its cherries in an unbiased way can make you experience real vertigo. Steeped in history, the enchanting city of Krakow has had each formative era affecting it and each genius residing within its city walls left their mark on its current shape you can now admire. Visit Krakow and discover the most representative hallmarks of the city – its museums, art galleries and buildings of historical value that are inherent part of Polish and European heritage.
10 best things to do in Kraków:
1. Main Square
2. St. Mary’s Basilica
3. Cloth Hall (Sukiennice)
4. Wawel Hill
5. Juliusz Słowacki Theatre
7. Polish Aviation Museum
8. Krakus Mound
9. Planty Park
IEEE NAP'22 Scientific Program