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6th Edition of World Nanotechnology Conference

April 24-25, 2023

April 24 -26, 2023 | Orlando, USA
World Nano 2023

Sumit Kumar Gupta

Sumit Kumar Gupta, Speaker at Nanomaterials Conferences
St.Wilfired PG College Jaipur, India
Title : A review of selected nanotechnology topics and their potential military applications


Nanotechnology is being considered for a range of military applications to include sensors, surveillance, detection, and communications. We expect that nanotechnology development for military applications will culminate in the creation of a new class of weaponry – nano-enhanced weapons. The aerospace & defense industries include Conventional and non-conventional weaponry research, satellite, rocket, drone and guided missile development, and non-lethal systems such as communications and battlefield medical devices. It has been envisioned that in the future, weapons could be produced which can fire small missiles, sensors, and machines that can find water in any environment. These weapons could all be linked via a mobile command-and-control interface. Autonomous nanomachines are also envisioned which could be injected into a target, much the same as current medical nanomachinery in development, albeit with a military application.

Space exploration faces several challenges: stringent fuel constraints for sending payloads into orbit, the longevity of missions further out than Earth orbit, and the need for new materials that can cope with the hostile environment of space. Nanomaterials and components can help reduce payload weight, size, and power consumption, constructing materials that protect against radiation and the cold of space. A current project in development for exploration beyond our solar system is Breakthrough Starshot, which aims to send probes utilizing nanotechnological advances into deep space.

Nano-satellites: Nanotechnology would provide umpteen numbers of possibilities in the outer space. For starters, use of nanotechnology for markedly smaller satellites together with smaller launch vehicles. Thus, making these satellites cost-effective. Moreover, these nano-satellies could be used in swarms for radar, communication and intelligence. These satellites could also facilitate dedicated high resolution images of enemy territory.


Dr. Sumit Kumar Gupta  Associate Professor & Head of Department , Department of Physics St.Wilfired P.G College Jaipur, India, With over 17 years of teaching, research, and administrative experience, He has published 40  research papers and participated in 75 international and national Seminars and delivered lectures in 16 international and national conferences .He has been appointed International Editorial Board Members In 65 UGC Approved, Thomson Reuter Indexed, Referred International Journal & Invited International Advisory Committee Member & Keynote Speaker from over 200 countries. He has supervised 3 students to completed Ph.D. under his supervision & evaluated more PhD. Thesis from various abroad university as Cairo University, Egypt. He has-been 22th patent registered and published in Intellectual Property India, Office of the Controller General of Patents, Design and Trade Marks, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

Academic/ Research Honors:

  • Awarded Best Dean of Year 2018,
  • Awarded Best Researcher Award 2019,
  • Awarded Life Time Achievement Award 2019,
  • Awarded Best Senior Scientist Awarded 2019.