Call for abstracts


The Call for Abstracts for the New Tools and Approaches for Nanomaterial Safety Assessment: A joint conference organized by NANOSOLUTIONS, SUN, NanoMILE, GUIDEnano and eNanoMapper has been extended, and now closes on Friday, 21 October 2016.


Conference topics

Jointly organized by five major FP7 projects NANOSOLUTIONS, SUN, NanoMILE, GUIDEnano and eNanoMapper, the conference aims at presenting the main results achieved in the course of the projects fostering a discussion about their impact in the nanosafety field and possibilities for future research programmes. The conference welcomes consortium partners from the organizing projects, as well as representatives from other EU projects, industry, government, civil society and media. Accordingly, topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:


1. Hazard assessment along the life cycle of nano-enabled products

2. Exposure assessment along the life cycle of nano-enabled products

3. Risk assessment & management

4. Systems biology approaches in nanosafety

5. Categorization & grouping of nanomaterials

6. Nanosafety infrastructure

7. Safe by design


Abstract submission and important dates

- Abstracts are to be submitted through the conference online management system (Submissions)

- Authors should indicate the theme of sessions

- Abstract length: maximum 3000 characters (Arial 10)

- Authors should use the following template for the abstract submissions

- Call for Abtracts Open: July, 15 2016

- Abstract submission deadline: October, 21 2016

- Notification of accepted abstracts: November, 11 2016

- Workshop language: English.


The scientific committee will inform you after the within two weeks after the submission deadline if your abstract will be accepted as a presentation or for a poster