As the Organizing Committee of ACM NanoCom 2020, we would like to thank all the participants who made this conference a true success! We are very happy to see that ACM NanoCom preserves its momentum despite the extraordinary circumstances due to Covid-19 pandemic.
- Please don’t forget to check some of the conference photos available here.
- We are looking forward to meeting you ‘in person’ at ACM NanoCom 2021, which will be held in Catania, Italy in September 2021!
ACM NanoCom 2020 Virtual Conference kicks off on Wednesday, September 23!
The virtual conference will be held through the Zoom platform hosted by University of Maryland. The Zoom meeting to join is
Meeting ID: 919 1104 3881
Participants will receive an email with details and passcode to access the virtual conference.
Scope and Mission
Recent developments in nanotechnology have enabled the
manufacturing of low-power and low-cost nanoscale machines, i.e.,
nanomachines, with basic sensing, actuating and computing
capabilities. Due to their size and simple structure, nanomachines
individually have limited functionality. However, when they start to
communicate to each other and construct nanonetworks, they are
expected to collaboratively achieve more complex tasks and promise
new solutions for several applications in biomedical, industry and
military fields. Traditional computing and communications paradigms
are not applicable due to the challenges posed by the physical laws
governing this regime, and novel methods are required to realize nano
The main goals of the 7th ACM International Conference on
Nanoscale Computing and Communication (ACM NanoCom 2020), are to
increase the visibilty of this growing research area to the wider
computing and communication research communities as well as bring
together researchers from diverse disciplines that can foster and
develop new paradigms for nanoscale devices. Due to the highly
inter-disciplinary nature of this field of research, the conference
aims to attract researchers and academics from various areas of study
such as electrical and electronic engineering, computer science,
biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, bioengineering,
biotechnology, materials science, nanotechnology, who have an
interest in computing and communications at the nanoscale.