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While nanomaterials have been a part of our everyday life for quite some time, the past two decades have witnessed a fast growth of the nanotechnology sector. There is currently an estimated 1300 consumer products on the market. However, concerns about the effects of nano-enabled products on our environment have surfaced more recently and the influence of these products on environmental processes is still only partially elucidated.

This conference was the 8th edition of a successful annual conference series, following the excellent recent meetings in Clemson 2010, London 2011 and Banff 2012.

Congratulations to our winners of the student awards.

StaceyLouie 

Thalmann

 

1st place: Stacey Louie; Carnegie Melon Unversity, Pittsburgh PA, USA

2nd place: Basilius Thalmann; EAWAG Zurich, Switzerland

 

We'd like to thank all the speakers, session chairs and poster presenters for great presentations and stimulating discussions. You made this meeting a success.

Our thanks go also to the sponsors for their support and the scientific committee for evaluating ca. 200 abstracts.

We hope you enjoyed your time in Aix-en-Provence.

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