Exhibition and Competition at NANO.IL.2024 Conference
Following the success of the previous Nano in Arts competition in 2018 and 2021, we are proud to once again host an exhibition of works of art based on nanotechnology. The top three selected works will be awarded, as judged by a jury of experts in the arts and sciences.
Nano-Art features nano landscapes (natural structures at the molecular and atomic level of matter), nano sculptures (structures created by manipulating matter at the nanoscale by using chemical and physical processes) and nano devices that may combine also biological entities. These structures are visualized by using research tools such as electron scanning microscopes, optical microscopes, atomic force microscopes and many others. Their scientific images are captured and may be further processed by using creative techniques to convert them into art and showcased for large audiences.
The best selected artworks will receive awards.
Art exhibits will be selected for display at the NANO.IL.2024 Conference.
Submissions must be uploaded by December 15, 2023
Submission of pictures acknowledges your acceptance for the picture to be published in official conference publications and for use in upcoming NanoIL conference printings, if desired by the committee.
Presenting artist must be a registered participant. Registration details and payment must be received by January 15th, 2024 to ensure inclusion of the picture in conference publications and in order to be presented at the Nano Art show.
Pictures submitted via email will not be accepted.
In order for us to ensure receipt of the picture, please email: email@example.com upon uploading, in order to ensure files have been received.
Kindly be aware that by sending your Nano picture you allow the organizers to use it for other PR publications following the event.
Prizes will be awarded during the closing ceremony on February 29, 2024.
Winners must be present in order to collect their prize. If winners are not present during the ceremony their win will be forfeited and given to the next best chosen work.