6th International Symposium on Nanotechnology,Occupational and Environmental Health

Call for Papers

Call for Papers for the 6th International Symposium on Nanotechnology, Occupational and Environmental Health (NanOEH).


Participants are requested to submit an abstract via the Symposium website.


Abstract may be submitted only via the Symposium website.


There are two types of presentaion; Oral and Poster sessions.
The presentation type of abstracts submitted will be determined by the members of Program Committee.


Call for Papers November 26, 2012
Call for Papers Due Date Deadline extended to April 12, 2013
March 29, 2013
Early Online Registration Open June 24, 2013
Early Online Registration Close August 20, 2013
Online Registration Open August 21, 2013
Online Registration Close October 10, 2013
Attendee List Online October 11, 2013


  • 1. Nanomaterial processing and characterization
  • 2. Health effects and toxicity (in vivo, in vitro) of manufactured nanomaterials
  • 3. ADME(Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion) and methodology for kinetic study of manufactured nanomaterials
  • 4. Environmental toxicity of manufactured nanomaterials
  • 5. Exposure assessment in the workplaces producing or handling manufactured nanomaterials.
  • 6. Risk assessment of manufactured nanomaterials
  • 7. Risk management of manufactured nanomaterials
  • 8. Outreach for occupational and environmental health in nanotechnology
  • 9. Epidemiology on the workers exposed to manufactured nanomaterials
  • 10. Worker protection: Identifying and training the nanomaterial workforce


  • ・To submit an abstract, please click the "ONLINE SUBMISSION" button at the head of this page.
  • ・Please input all information in English for abstract submission.
  • ・Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee, and the accepted abstract will be announced to the author by E-mail.
  • ・Any corrections to be made to your abstract will be your own responsibility.
  • ・If you find correction via the website to be difficult, please contact the secretariat with your abstract ID,which will be issued after the submission of your abstract, as well as the name of the presenting of author of your abstract.


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