Special Session 1


Convergence between artificial intelligence and nanotechnology has the potential to shape the future of myriad technological developments. During the last decade, there has been increasing use of artificial intelligence tools in nanotechnology research. Some of the notable examples are hybrid technologies that use biological entities and nanotechnological devices, bioengineering, biofuel production, smart agriculture, Internet of thing devices, and neuroscience, just to name a few, and in a large variety of related disciplines. With the increasing population, competing demand for biofuel production and deteriorating soil quality have challenged the food quality and quantity. The convergence of nanotechnology and artificial intelligence offers bold new sustainable solutions that enable the design of nanoscale agrochemicals. Furthermore, the integration of AI and nanomedicine has the potential to optimize material properties according to predicted interactions with the microbiome, immune system, cell membranes, and targeted drugs, all affecting therapeutic efficacy. The session on artificial intelligence and nanotechnology will present bold new ideas covering the following, and not limited to, topics listed below.

  • Design of application-specific nanomaterials and composites
  • Classification of material properties at the nanoscale
  • Theoretical approaches and simulations in nanoscience
  • Design of nanodevices
  • Study of biological nanosystems
  • Nanomaterials for precision medicine and therapeutic
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Water sustainability.



Prof. Ashok Vaseashta
International Clean Water Institute, 
Transylvania University of Brasov,

‘Strategic Integration of Electrospinning and Additive Processing for Harvesting Energy in IoTs’
Abstract (PDF)



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