Nanoscientists converging on Beijing in 2019

The fourth international conference on Nanoenergy and Nanosystems (NENS) is to be held in Beijing, China from 15-17 June next year.

The Nanoenergy and Nanosystems (NENS) 2019 will be held in Beijing International Convention Centre, Beijing, China.

The conference attracts high profile scholars worldwide, attending plenary and invited talks with an average of more than 700 attendees.

It will provide scientists with a platform for exchanging scientific information, building relationships, and collaboration on the following topics:

  • Nanogenerators and energy harvesting

  • Self-powered sensors and systems

  • Piezotronics and piezo-phototronics

  • Energy storage and self-charging power systems

  • Solar cells and hybridized energy cells

  • Photocatalysis and water splitting

  • Nano energy applications in MEMS, E-skin and AI

The conference began in 2014, and has been organised every two years by the Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems, Chinese Academy of Sciences (BINN, CAS).



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