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|2nd International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology|
|6-11 February 2005|
|Queenstown, New Zealand|
AMN-2, Second International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, will be held at the Millennium Hotel in Queenstown, New Zealand from 6-11 February 2005. The purpose of the conference is to promote international collaborations in the broad areas of advanced materials and nanotechnology, with a particular emphasis on new and emerging technologies. Technical symposia will include biomolecular assembly, conducting polymers, functional materials, nanoengineered materials and devices, nanolithography, nanoscale optics, nanotube growth and device concepts, novel semiconductor materials, physics of clusters and cluster-based devices, and properties of superconducting materials.
Over 30 invited speakers have agreed to participate, including Nobel laureates Alan MacDiarmid and Klaus von Klitzing.
AMN-1, held in Wellington, New Zealand from 9-14 February 2003, attracted over 300 people, representing 17 countries from around the world.
AMN-2 will be held the week following the AIP Congress 2005 in Canberra, Australia.