Nanolane will be present as exhibitor and speaker at the next International Conference on Organized Molecular Films at Quebec City, Canada (July 18-21, 2010)
LB13 is an international conference which originally focussed on Langmuir- Blodgett films and their applications. With the ongoing evolution and expansion of interfacial chemistry and physics into other research and technological fields, the scope of the LB conferences now includes interdisciplinary topics related to organized molecular films and nanostructures in general.
The LB conferences started in 1983 and since then have been hosted by many different countries. The meetings provide a forum for the exchange of concepts and ideas between scientists from Asia, Europe and North America. In hosting the conference at Université Laval in Quebec City in 2010, we hope to attract a large number of students and researchers to participate in a broad discussion of the fundamental and applied aspects of organized molecular films.
LB13 will focus on supramolecular assemblies, molecular devices, and biological interfaces including cell-surface interactions. The related nano-science aspects and nano-technologies will be also extensively discussed. The conference will be of interest to chemists, physicists, biologists, material scientists, polymer scientists, chemical engineers and researchers in related fields.