3rd International Conference on Nanostructures SElf-Assembly

NanoSEA 2010 

Congress Center, Cassis, French Riviera,  28 June - 2 July 2010


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Call for abstracts

Dead line for submission : January 15th, 2010 NO LATE ABSTRACT ACCEPTED

Note: Submissions will be accepted only via e-mail at : contact.nanosea2010@im2np.fr

Refer to Guidelines for Submitting an Abstract

Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent by March 15th, 2010

Manuscript submission

Conference Proceedings will be published in :

Journal of Nanosciences and Nanotechnology

www.aspbs.com/jnn

2007 Impact Factor and Ranking:

Impact Factor: 1.987

Ranking: JNN is ranked number 13th among 61 journals in Condensed Matter Physics, ranked 25th among 94 journals in Applied Physics, ranked 36th among 189 journals in Materials Science, and ranked 36th among 127 journals in Chemistry multidisciplinary. 

All articles should follow the "JNN Policy" of publishing peer-reviewed 100% ORIGINAL and unpublished research articles only. All manuscripts MUST be reviewed by 2-3 referees to ensure the high quality of research articles published in JNN. Only manuscripts peer-reviewed by 2-3 referees and recommended for publication by referees will be published. 

All authors must strictly follow JNN manuscript preparation and reference style as available on www.aspbs.com/jnn

Each manuscript should have an Email Address of the corresponding author and the Date of Submission and Date of Acceptance on the FIRST page of the manuscript. In addition to a general abstract (150-300 words), each accepted article should also contain a Graphical Abstract of 8-10 lines with a colored figure/artwork for the Table of Contents. The authors must ensure the high quality of English language and uniformity in manuscript preparation and reference style.



Chairpersons : Isabelle Berbezier (Im2np, CNRS, Marseille, France) and Maurizio De Crescenzi, (University Roma II Tor Vergata, Italy)