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NanoScientific Symposium on Global Collaboration (NSGC)

The Nano Revolution has pioneered the greatest scientific advances since the beginning of mankind. In the midst of the pandemic, global collaboration on virtual platforms have created the most extensive opportunity for Global Collaboration on Nanoscale advances.

NanoScientific Symposium on  Global Collaboration (NSGC) will highlight the research and new applications in engineering, live sciences, medical devices, sustainability, future cities, space exploration, AI, robotics, automation and more achieved by uniting scientific minds globally.  

Abstract Submission Opens May 1st

Global NanoScale Achievement poster and presentations will highlight the next generations researchers working together on nanotechnologies of the future. Submit your abstract today.  Cash prizes will be awarded. 



NanoScientific Symposium Global Collaboration U.S. will be held at The Singh Center for NanoTechnology

The Singh Center located on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia is open to all institutions – academic and industrial, epitomizes Penn’s philosophy of pursuing knowledge beyond traditional boundaries.  The Singh Center is a next-generation nanotechnology center that merges traditional approaches to nanoscale development with unique state-of-the-art equipment, materials and ideas.

With a focus on innovation, the Singh Center is a hub for scientists and researchers that integrates state-of-the-art nanofabrication and nanocharacterization equipment to define new frontiers in nanotechnology.

Mark Allen”The Singh Center is a hub for the intellectural side of nanotechnology; new ideas, created through fostered collaboration, are emerging and will continune to emerge because Penn has invested in this nanotechnology nexus on campus,”  Mark Allen, The Scientific Director at The Singh Center.

NanoScientific Symposiums Global Collaboration 2021

The NanoScientific Symposium 2021 Worldwide events will foster global collaboration with the infusion of nanotechnology research into a program that advance science to new levels. Together the global events will consist of presentations from experts from over 20 countries exploring ideas and fostering new approaches to nanoscience innovations.

Posters and oral presentation add to the excitement as an opportunity for new researchers to showcase their state-of-the art technical presentations.

Abstracts are being accepted now for The NanoScientific Symposium held at The Singh Nanotechnology Center.

Submit your abstract today, limited spots available.


 NSGC Registration



Estephany “Park Systems’ NanoScientific Symposium is an invaluable forum that brings together top researchers, students, and industry experts to present their latest work in the realm of nanotechnology and scanning probe analysis. It has proven for me, to be a highly stimulating forum for information exchange, collaboration, networking, and innovation.” Phil Kazuba, Senior Member of Technical Staff-Globalfoundries (retired) and host of NanoScientific Symposium 2021

Estephany "NanoScientific Symposium is a wonderful venue to present research within an interactive setting. We are thrilled to be a sponsor again this year to help promote shared knowledge amongst the global community of nanoscale researchers." Marine Le Bouar, CEO Nanotechnology World Association & sponsor NanoScientific Symposium

Rigoberto Dr. Rigoberto Advincula, Governor’s Chair of Advanced and Nanostructured Materials at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee  “NanoScientific Symoisum has evolved into a popular event platform for students and researchers who want to showcase their nanotechnology research and get published in the NanoScientifc Magazine.”

Lane Baker Dr. Lane Baker, Awards Committee Chair, NanoScientific “If you are a researcher, NanoScientific Symposium undeniably is one of the best ways to highlight your work within the nanotechnology community and also be eligible for a number of awards. I highly encourage you to submit your abstracts for this high profile networking opportunity.”

Estephany Estephany Santiago, winner in 2020 of Most Promising Future Application Poster,  “The NanoScientific Symposium is a great symposium, the best online experience that I have had, very well organized with a great interactive website, presentations and posters. I recommend everyone to join the upcoming symposium.”