Nanoscale Science & Engineering Forum (NSEF)

Developing and applying nanotechnologies.

NSEF provides a forum for communication and networking among engineers and scientists who share interests in research and technology development at the atomic, molecular or macromolecular levels. This also includes chemical, biological, and materials processes and products. This division coordinates and sponsors relevant programming, including crosscutting and special-initiative technical sessions and conferences. 

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“Frontiers of Nanotechnology” Book Update by Dr Tom Mensah

Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu on
All 12 Chapters submitted by authors will be published in the First Book Series of the Frontiers of Nanotechnology (Manufacturing Processes and Products). The Final Editors are shown on the Book Cover. Further Submissions will be added to the next Book Series. Editors: Dr. Thomas Mensah, Editor in...

AIChE NSEF Newsletter - Spring 2016

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Message from the Chair As we approach spring, I encourage you to begin planning for the Annual Meeting. The NSEF sponsors over 20 sessions covering topics ranging from synthesis to applications in energy and biology. Additionally, I want to call your attention to our award opportunities...

Nominations for Forum & Young Investigator Awards open now till 5/1/16

Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu on
April 15th, 2016 Dear Colleague, Each year, AIChE's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) acknowledges the contributions of engineers and scientists to the field of nanoscience and engineering with two awards, the Forum Award and the Young Investigator Award. The Forum Award recognizes...

2014 NSEF Award Winners

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NSEF is honored to present Lynden A. Archer with the 2014 NSEF Forum Award for pioneering and sustained research on nanoparticle-polymer hybrid materials and their applications in electrochemical energy storage technologies and Ali Khademhosseini with the 2014 NSEF Young Investigator Award for...

Recent Events

2015 NSEF Plenary Session: Chemical Engineering Principles for Nanotechnology

Both 2015 NSFE Award winners will present their researches.
Monday, November 9, 2015, 8:30am CST
Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu
The “ NSEF Plenary Session: Chemical Engineering Principles for Nanotechnology” will be held on Monday, November 9 , 2015, at 8:30AM ( ). 8:30 AM - NSEF Young Investigator Award Presentation Jordan Green - Nanostructured Materials and...Read more

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