Postponed until Summer 2023
Greenville, SC, USA
About the Meeting:
Magnetic particles have a multitude of applications by providing a unique handle to manipulate and sense. Magnetic particles are an enabling technology for a wide variety of biomedical, chemical, electrical, and functional materials research. Advances in these areas benefit especially well from cross-fertilization of ideas between chemistry, biology, medicine, physics, and engineering. It is our goal to create a technical and social environment in which participants from diverse disciplines can discuss trends in research and form collaborations. This international event will bring scientists, engineers, medical professionals, and program managers together to discuss this rapidly growing and highly interdisciplinary field. This iteration of the meeting will focus on three distinct areas: (i) biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles, (ii) development and metrology of new materials, and (iii) integration of magnetic particles to create new phenomena.
Univ. de Santiago de Compostela
Baylor College of Medicine
Univ. Life Sciences & Natural Resources, Vienna
The abstract submission will be updated when the meeting dates are finalized.
Abstracts should be 1 page in length. Please be sure to include all authors and affiliations. The presenting author’s name should be underlined in the abstract. A graphic is strongly encouraged as well. For an example abstract please click here.
Lodging will be announced closer to the meeting time.
The meeting will be held at Clemson ONE, 1 S. Main St, Greenville, SC.
Getting to Greenville:
The easiest way to get to the meeting is arriving at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)
One can take a 20 minute taxi/Uber/Lyft downtown
Registration rates will be announced
closer to the meeting time.