7 – 11 April 2015
Shangri-La Hotel, Xi’an, China

Thank you for your participation at IEEE-NEMS2015, which is completed successfully. We recall the happy moments during the conference, please click HERE to enjoy the photos.

See you again at IEEE-NEMS 2016.


IEEE-NEMS 2015 Special Issue for Micro & Nano Letters

Authors are invited to revise their IEEE-NEMS 2015 papers and submit them to Micro & Nano Letters for consideration for publication in the journal.  Your manuscript should be based on the IEEE-NEMS 2015 paper but must build significantly on it, with at least 30% of the submitted results representing new research. Additional text, figures and references are obligatory, and no passages of text or figures should be identical to your conference paper as this could breach IEEE copyright. A nearly exact duplicate of the conference paper will be rejected.

  • Submission deadline: May 11th 2015
  • Notification of first decision: July 13th 2015
  • Final notification of acceptance: August 31st 2015
  • Publication: October 2015 (accepted individual papers will be published online ahead of the issue when ready)

More detailed information about Micro & Nano Letters is available at

Your paper should be submitted to the special issue via the Micro & Nano Letters online submission site ( stating, when prompted, that the paper is for the IEEE-NEMS 2015 special issue.

Submission details, such as how to format your manuscript, can be found in the Micro & Nano Letters author guide:

If you have any further questions, please contact guest editor Prof. Gwo-Bin Vincent Lee at


General Conference Information

The IEEE-NEMS is a key conference series sponsored by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council focusing on advanced research areas related to MEMS, nanotechnology, and molecular technology. Prior conferences were held in Hawaii (USA, 2014), Suzhou (China, 2013), Kyoto (Japan, 2012), Kaohsiung (Taiwan, 2011), Xiamen (China, 2010), Shenzhen (China, 2009), Hainan Island (China, 2008), Bangkok (Thailand, 2007), and Zhuhai (China, 2006). The conference typically has ~350 attendees with participants from more than 20 countries and regions world-wide.