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Monday 26 July 2021, 11:00
To Thursday 29 July 2021


INASCON (International NAnoscience Student CONference) is an annual conference organized by students, for students. The conference includes invited talks from prominent researchers across a range of nanoscience-related disciplines. Attendees are asked to give talks and participate in poster sessions.
INASCON is a unique opportunity to bring together young scientists which are fascinated with the world of nanoscience from around the world, have them exchange ideas and make social connections in an early stage of their career.




We will have two workshop parts at INASCON 2021.

1. Bioinformatics workshop in collaboration with CECAM. We encourage students from different backgrounds to get a first hands-on experience in data sequencing. They will be taught in using a data sequencing program and get some first data analysis on real life data sets.

2. Current challenges in the field of nanotechnology.
Each student is encouraged to come up with a creative idea that will be presented at the closing ceremony.



As Israel is known as the “Start-up” nation, at INASCON 2021 students will have the opportunity to visit an israeli start-up in the field of nanotechnology, encouraging cooperation between the industry and the academia.



Chase Broedersz Professor, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

Noam Shomron Professor, Tel Aviv University.

Amelie Heuer Jungemann Postdoc, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

Yuval Ebenstein Professor, Tel Aviv University.

Ben Maoz Professor, Tel Aviv University.

Lior Arazi Professor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

Haim Suchowski Professor, Tel Aviv University.

Nissim Peretz , Tel Aviv University.

Omar Saleh Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara.



Tamara Ehm (TAU, Israel)

Ori Mayer (TAU, Israel)

Yazeed Zoabi (TAU, Israel)

Yosi Azan (TAU Israel)

Artem Danilevsky (TAU, Israel)

Gay Shapira (TAU, Israel)



Location The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History Klausner St 12, Tel Aviv University, Israel
For more information and registration:

Located in Lausanne, Switzerland, CECAM is a well established (since 1969) European organization devoted to the promotion of fundamental research on advanced computational methods and to their application to important problems in frontier areas of science and technology. CECAM's fields of interest include computational chemistry, materials science, physics, and biology.