LukemanLab - St. John's University Chemistry - Science





UPDATE MARCH 10: FNANO-X is cancelled in 2020 due to coronavirus travel restrictions. We hope to be back next year!

For information about the parent conference FNANO, go to their webpage

FNANO-X 2020: Sunday April 5, 1-5pm Cliff Lodge, Snowbird

Student and Early Career Nanoscience Workshop

If you are an advanced undergrad, graduate student, or postdoc coming to FNANO20 please consider coming to this session to network and practice your presentation skills!

If you are a PI who is bringing an advanced undergrad, student or postdoc to FNANO, consider sending them to this session!

We will meet on Sunday 5th April, from 1-5pm in the Maybird room in the lobby of the Cliff Lodge. This mini-conference will enable early-career scientists to come together in a highly-stimulating and non-intimidating environment to discuss their current research, receive feedback on their presentation skills and build informal networks with their peers.

Attendance will be limited, and prospective attendees will be required to submit an abstract of their proposed 15-minute research presentation - which should be aimed at scientists who are not deeply familiar with their work. Eligible topics are ones that cover the same scientific breadth as the parent conference (FNANO).

Note: people who give posters can ALSO talk in the miniconference!

If you are interested in applying please send a maximum 200-word abstract, with the email subject FNANO-X-20 to Phil Lukeman ( by March 16th along with talk title, participant name and affiliation. Applicants will be notified by March 19th.