ARC Nanotechnology Network

Postgraduate Symposium July-2005

The Australian Research Council Nanotechnology Network (ARCNN) held it’s first Postgraduate Symposium on Nanotechnology at the University of Western Australia, following the International Workshop on Nanotechnology, from 17 – 20 July 2005. Professor David Joy from the University of Knoxville, USA, was an invited speaker and gave a talk titled “Want a Career in Nanoscience?”.

Symposium Details:

The symposium was held across one and a half days (Thursday 21 and the morning of Friday 22 July). A total of 22 postgraduate research students from around Australia presented talks and there were 60 attendees.

Postgraduate Symposium program

The aim of the symposium was to provide a forum where postgraduate students working on nanotechnology research could present their work, meet other students and researchers, and interact with other research groups in Australia.

The Symposium was a great success and planning is now underway for a combined postgraduate student and early career researcher symposium to be held later in 2005.

Event Photos:

Symposium Audience
Symposium Attendees
Prof David Joy and Dr Adam Micolich

Symposium Registration:

Now closed.

Important Dates

  • ARCNN Postgraduate Symposium – 21 - 22 July 2005

Symposium Chair

Dr Adam Micolich, University of New South Wales

Symposium Secretariat

ARCNN Postgraduate Symposium (C/- Helen McMartin)

International Workshop on Nanotechnology webpage: