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Nanotech 2005 Business & Investment
2005 NSTI Nanotech 2005 Conference & Trade Show
Business & Investment
May 8-12, 2005
Anaheim Marriott & Convention Center
Anaheim, California, U.S.A.
Join 170 Exhibiting Companies & 2500 Participants

Note: Pre-registration is now closed - You Can Register On-site

Nanotech 2005 Business and Investment Program

Confirmed Speakers

Steve JurvetsonNanotechnology and Transcending Moore's Law
Steve Jurvetson, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
(speaker biography)
Clayton TeagueNational Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO)
Clayton Teague, Director, NNCO (speaker biography)
Vida IlderemNanotechnology at Motorola Labs
Vida Ilderem, Motorola, US (speaker biography)
Jim MurdayJames S. Murday
NSET Executive Secretary, NNI, Office of Naval Research, US (speaker biography)
Mauro FerrariMauro Ferrari
Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute, Ohio State University
(speaker biography)
Paul AlivisatosNew Nanocrystal Assemblies for Use in Cancer Research
Paul Alivisatos, University of California Berkeley
(speaker biography)
Meyya MeyyappanCarbon Nanotube based Nanotechnology
Meyya Meyyappan, NASA Ames Research Center, US
Michael HelmusMedical Devices: What does Nanotechnology enable?
Michael Helmus, Boston Scientific Corporation
Patrick T. SpicerCubosome Formation Processes - Kinetic Effects and Consumer Product Implications
Patrick T. Spicer, Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, US
Robert ChauEmerging Nanoelectronic Devices and their Benchmarking Methodology
Robert Chau, Intel Corp., US (speaker biography)
Gregory S. BlackmanIntroduction to Polymer Nanocomposites
Gregory S. Blackman, DuPont, US
(speaker biography)
Mark ReedNano and Molecular Electronics
Mark Reed, Yale University, US
Waqar QureshiNanotechnology at ChevronTexaco
Waqar Qureshi, ChevronTexaco Technology Ventures, US
Keith R. LarsonEmerging Technologies and Corporate Investment
Keith R. Larson, Intel Capital, US
(speaker biography)
Richard M. RussellRichard M. Russell
Associate Director, OSTP, Executive Office of the President, US
(speaker biography)
Celia MerzbacherCelia Merzbacher
NRL Representative, OSTP, Executive Office of the President, US
(speaker biography)
Erkki RuoslahtiCell Adhesion & Extracellular Matrix Biology
Erkki Ruoslahti, The Burnham Institute, US
(speaker biography)
Phaedon AvourisElectronics and Optoelectronics with Single Carbon Nanotubes
Phaedon Avouris, IBM, US
John V. FrangioniNanoparticles in Cell Imaging, John V. Frangioni, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard University (read more)
Martin MichelApplication of Self-assembly Principles in Foods
Martin Michel, Nestlé Research Center, Lausanne, CH (speaker biography)
Gregory J. DowningGregory J. Downing
Director, Office of Technology and Industrial Relations, National Cancer Institute
(speaker biography)
Douglas ResnickNanoscale Electronic Processing
Douglas Resnick, Molecular Imprints, US
Mansoor AmijiNanotechnology for Medical Imaging and Therapy
Mansoor Amiji, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Northeastern University, US
A.M. BratkovkySpin manipulation in semiconductors and spintronic ultrafast nanodevices
A.M. Bratkovsky, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, US
James R. HeathApplications of Ultra-Dense Nanowire Circuitry
James R. Heath, California Institute of Technology, US
Kris PisterSmart Dust: Concept → Macro → Micro → Nano
Kris Pister, Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, Dust Networks, US

Business and Investment Sessions

8:00 Nano Industrial Impact Workshop (requires additional registration)
 

Monday May 9

8:30 Nanotech 2005 Keynotes
10:00 Exhibit Opening - Break Sponsored by Natural Nano
10:30 Nanotechnology Products and Business Development
12:00 Exhibit and Lunch
1:30 Corporate Nanotechnology
1:30 Nanoscale Characterization Tools
3:00 Nanotech Expo
4:00 Nanotechnology Products and Business Development
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 1 (Electronics)
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 2 (Biotech)
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 3 (Materials)
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 4 (Health Care and Biotech)
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 5 (Energy)
5:00 Expo Reception - Irish Beer hosted by Northern Ireland
6:00 Networking and Commercialization Reception (IP Showcases and Regional Initiatives)
 

Tuesday May 10

8:00 Tuesday Keynotes - Nanotechnology for Cancer
8:30 Tuesday Keynotes - Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 1)
10:30 Soft Nanotechnology and Self Assembly 1: Applications
10:30 Nanotechnology in the Aerospace Industry
10:30 Industry Perspectives: Best Pratices, Standards and Commercialization of Nanotechnologies - SEMI Sponsored
12:00 Exhibit and Lunch
1:30 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 2)
1:30 Tools for MEMS and Nanotechnology
2:30 Exhibit and Break
4:00 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 3)
5:00 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 4)
4:00 Soft Nanotechnology and Self Assembly 3: Applications
3:30 European Nanotechnology Initatives
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 6 (Biotech)
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 7 (Instrumentation and Tools)
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 8 (Sensors)
6:15 Invest Australia - Business and Investment Reception
6:30 Poster Session - 1
 Education in Nanotechnology
 

Wednesday May 11

8:30 Wednesday Technical Keynotes
9:00 Wednesday Business Keynotes
10:00 Break
10:30 Medical Industry - Nanotech
10:30 Corporate Investing in Nanotechnology
11:00 Early Stage Venture Investing in Emerging Technologies
12:00 BioNano and Nanotech Wednesday Expo (Poster Set-Up)
1:30 Nanotechnology and Society - Sponsored by CBEN
2:00 Regulatory Programs for Nanotechnology
1:30 Intellectual Property in Nanotechnology
2:00 Increasing IP Value Through Creative Licensing and Corporate Structures
1:30 Nanotech Commercialization and Research Programs
3:00 BioNano and Nanotech Wednesday Expo
3:00 The University-Industry Interface: Creating Commercial Opportunities in the Boundary Layer
3:30 Nano Biotech Industry - Novel Development
3:30 IP and Legal Issues in Nanotech
4:00 Nanotechnology Companies and the Public Equity Markets
5:00 Evening Keynote and Awards
6:00 Poster Session - 2 and BioNano/Nanotech Wednesday Expo
8:30 Thursday Keynotes

Business and Investment Program

 
8:00 Nano Industrial Impact Workshop (requires additional registration)Orange County Ballroom
 
 

Monday May 9

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8:30 Nanotech 2005 KeynotesGrand Ballroom
 Session chair: Bart Romanowicz, NSTI
8:30 National Nanotechnology Policy
R. Russell, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
(speaker biography)
9:15 Nanotechnology at Motorola Labs
V. Ilderem, Motorola, US
(speaker biography)
 
10:00 Exhibit Opening - Break Sponsored by Natural NanoMarquis Ballroom
 
10:30 Nanotechnology Products and Business DevelopmentGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, NSTI, US
10:30 A Novel Battery Architecture Based on Superhydrophobic Nanostructured Materials
V.A. Lifton and S. Simon, mPhase Technologies, US
10:50 Nano- and Microfabricated Products from Self-Organized Anodic Alumina
D. Routkevitch, Synkera Technologies, US
11:10 Nanotechnology Platforms for Commercialization
A. Rae, NanoDynamics Inc., US
11:30 Nanomaterials to Nanotubes
M. Riedlinger, NaturalNano, US
 
12:00 Exhibit and Lunch
 
1:30 Corporate NanotechnologyGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Mangat Pawitter, Motorola, US
1:30 Commecialization of Nanotechnology in Nano Emissive Displays
D. McCraw, Motorola, US
1:50 Application-Driven Fine Particle Solutions
M. Oljaca, P. Atanassova, J.P. Shen, S. Haubrich, M. Hampden Smith and T. Kodas, Cabot Corporation, US
2:10 Value Creation in Partnerships
J. Cross, Nanophase Technologies Corporation, US
2:30 New Product Development for Nanomaterials Systems and Solutions
G. Varga and M. Kroell, Degussa AG, DE
2:50 Converting of Nanoparticles in Industrial Product Formulations: Unfolding the Innovation Potential
S. Schaer, G. Arnosti, S. Pilotek, F. Tabellion and H. Naef, Buhler AG, CH
3:10 Conductive Composites using Nanotechnology
F. Hajjar, M. Roberts and K. McIver, The Boeing Company, US
 
1:30 Nanoscale Characterization ToolsSalon J-K
 Session chair: John Tucker, Keithley, US
1:30 Applying Electrical Measurement Techniques for Nanoscale Devices using Semiconductor Characterization Systems
J. Niemann, Keithley, US
1:50 Leica
R. Niggemann, Leica, US
2:10 The NEW NanoMan II Atomic Force Microscope -- the Preeminent System for Nanolithography, Nanomanipulation and High- Resolution Imaging
M. Serry, Veeco, US
2:30 Simultaneous Topography and RECognition Mapping with PicoTREC™: A Powerful New Technology That Can Be Used To Map Nanometer-Scale Molecular Binding Sites On A Variety Of Surfaces
W.T. Johnson, G. Kada, C. Stroh, H. Gruber, H. Wang, F. Kienberger, A. Ebner, S. Lindsay and P. Hinterdorfer, Molecular Imaging, Corp., US
2:50 Less is More - Portable, Easy-to-Use Atomic Force Microscopes
R. Sum, Nanosurf AG, CH
 
3:00 Nanotech ExpoMarquis Ballroom
 
4:00 Nanotechnology Products and Business DevelopmentSalon J-K
 Session chair: Doug Resnick, Molecular Imprints, US
4:00 Transparency in Nano Product Commercialization
P. McCormick, Advanced Nanotechnology, AU
4:20 Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors and Sensors Based on Nanotube Networks
J.-C. Gabriel, Nanomix Inc., US
4:40 NILCom® – Commercialization of Nanoimprint Lithography
H. Luesebrink, T. Glinsner, Ch. Moormann, M. Bender and A. Fuchs, EV Group, AT
5:00 Biologically-Directed Synthesis and Self-Assembly of NanoElectronics
H. Pakbaz, Cambrios Technologies Corporation, US
5:20 Nanomanufacturing as Applied to Large Area CNT TVs
Z. Yaniv, Applied Nanotech, Inc., US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 1 (Electronics)Salon D
 Session chair: Michael Bain, Sponsored and Chaired by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
5:00 B.J. Weinbaum, NanoOpto Corporation, US
5:15 P.T. O'Connor, Nanometrix, Inc., CA
5:30 M. Bisges, arccure technologies GmbH, DE
5:45 J. Musetti, Nanopower Technologies, Inc., US
6:00 P.W. Schofield, Optimer Photonics, Inc., US
6:15 D. Hyman, XCom Wireless, Inc., US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 2 (Biotech)Salon C
 Session chair: Doug Jamison, Harris and Harris Group, US
5:00 T. Mitrelias, Cambridge Biomagnetics, UK
5:15 L Tamarkin, CytImmune Sciences, Inc., US
5:30 A. Matis, Nano S Biotechnologie, AT
5:45 C. Seeney, NanoBioMagnetics, Inc, US
6:00 Y. Mozharenko, Russian Biotechnologies, RU
6:15 D.C. Lane, ViaLogy Corp, US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 3 (Materials)Salon B
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Echelon Ventures, US
5:00 N. Kane, Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc., US
5:15 J. Chinn, Applied MicroStructures, Inc., US
5:30 N.M. Lawandy, Solaris Nanosciences, US
5:45 S. Nitodas, Nanothinx, GR
6:00 M. Buffa, Nano Steel, US
 
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 4 (Health Care and Biotech)Salon D
 Session chair: Alfonso Cervantes, Sponsored and Chaired by Trilogy Capital Partners, US
7:00 P. Burkhard, Alpha-O Peptides, AG, CH
7:15 R. Pucciariello, ENSbio, US
7:30 G.C. King, AptaSense, AU
7:45 J.B. Waggoner, Inovatia Laboratories, LLC, US
8:00 C.P. Singh, Nano Interface Technology, Inc., US
 
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 5 (Energy)Salon C
 Session chair: Fred Lam, Sponsored and Chaired by ChevronTexaco Technology Ventures, US
7:00 N. Akers, Akermin, US
7:15 B. Lucero, Blu-Si, US
7:30 C.V. Guglielmo, W.T. Beaty, Collossus Nanotech, US
 
5:00 Expo Reception - Irish Beer hosted by Northern IrelandMarquis Ballroom
 
6:00 Networking and Commercialization Reception (IP Showcases and Regional Initiatives)Grand Ballroom E
6:00 Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, US
6:00 Boston University Office of Technology Transfer, US
6:00 UC - Irvine, US
6:00 NASA Ames Research Center, US
6:00 Arizona Nanotec Cluster, US
6:00 University of California, Office of Technology Transfer, US
6:00 Stanford Nanofabrication Facility, US
6:00 Italian Trade Commission, IT
6:00 National Institute for Nanotechnology, CA
6:00 Germany, DE
6:00 Australia, AU
6:00 Northern Ireland, IR
6:00 Taiwan, TW
6:00 Switzerland, CH
6:00 Wilmer Cultler Pickering Hale and Dorr, US
6:00 Dorsey and Whitney, US
6:00 nanoSPRINT, FR
6:00 National Science Foundation, US
6:00 National Cancer Institute, US
6:00 Harvard University, US
6:00 National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
 
 

Tuesday May 10

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8:00 Tuesday Keynotes - Nanotechnology for CancerGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Sri Sridhar and Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern, US
8:00 Addressing Challenges in Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy in the 12st Century
T. Kipps, University of California, San Diego, US
(speaker biography)
8:40 New Nanocrystal Assemblies for us in Cancer Research
P. Alivisatos, University of California, Berkeley, US
(speaker biography)
9:20 Cell Adhesion & Extracellular Matrix Biology
E. Ruoslahti, Burnham Institute, US
(speaker biography)
 
8:30 Tuesday Keynotes - Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 1)Grand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Nantero and Lou Lome, Vialogy, Inc., US
8:30 The National Nanotechnology Initiative from a Policy Perspective: Where are we and where are we going?
C. Merzbacher, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
(speaker biography)
9:15 National, DOD, Navy - Nanotechnology Program Perspectives
J. Murday, Office of Naval Research, US
(speaker biography)
 
10:30 Soft Nanotechnology and Self Assembly 1: ApplicationsSalon 4
 Session chair: Fiona Case, Case Scientific, US
10:30 Soft Glasses and Gels - From Colloid Physics to Food Technology
P. Schurtenberger, University of Fribourg, CH
(speaker biography)
11:00 Application of Self-assembly Principles in Foods
M. Michel, P-A. Aichinger, E. Kolodziejczyk, L. Sagalowicz, E. Hughes, H.J. Watzke and M.E. Leser, Nestlé Research Center, CH
(speaker biography)
11:30 Food Goes Nano -Novel Nano Sized Liquid Vehicles and Technology for Solubilization of Nutraceuticals in Foods
N. Garti, Nutralease and Hebrew University, IL
 
10:30 Nanotechnology in the Aerospace IndustrySalon 1-2
 Session chair: Lynn Foster, Greenberg Traurig, US
- C.H. Volk, Northrop Grumman, US
- T. Hylton, SAIC, US
- A. Quintero, The Aerospace Corporation, US
- D. Hyman, XCom Wireless, Inc., US
 
10:30 Industry Perspectives: Best Pratices, Standards and Commercialization of Nanotechnologies - SEMI SponsoredSalon G-H
 Session chair: Ed Rashba, IEEE and Dan Gamota, Motorola
- J. Von Ehr, Zyvex, US
- D. Bishop, Lucent, US
- J. Tucker, Keithley Instruments, US
- T. Francis, SEMI, US
 
12:00 Exhibit and Lunch
 
1:30 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 2)Salon 1-2
 Session chair: Lou Lome, Vialogy, Inc., US
1:30 Funding of Nano-electronics Companies in the SBIR Program at the National Science Foundation
T.J. Rudd, National Science Foundation - Small Business Innovation Research Program, US
2:00 NNI Activities at the Department of Energy
K. Bennett, Department of Energy, US
2:30 TBA
K. Gardner, U.S. Department of Commerce, US
 
1:30 Tools for MEMS and NanotechnologySalon G-H
 Session chair: Joe Brown, Suss and Johannes Fröhling, Jenoptik
- Hot Embossing for realizing Bio-MEMS and MOEMS applications
J. Fröhling, Jenoptik Mikrotechnik GmbH, DE
- Nanotechnology Tool OverviewJ. Brown, Suss, US
- J. Evans, DARPA, US
- S. Jakeway, Micralyne, CA
- L.L. Sheet, SEMI, US
- D. Liepmann, UC Berkeley BSAC, US
- J. Dumas, SUSS Microtech, US
 
2:30 Exhibit and BreakMarquis Ballroom
 
4:00 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 3)Salon 1-2
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Nantero and Louis Lome, IDA, US
4:00 Nanotechnology in the NIST Advanced Technology Program
D.A. Bansleben, NIST, US
4:30 National Cancer Institute Nanotechnology Initiative
G. Downing, NCI, US
 
5:00 Government Nanotechnology Forum (Session 4)Salon 1-2
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Nantero, US
- J. Murday, Office of Naval Research, US
- C. Merzbacher, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
- T.J. Rudd, National Science Foundation - Small Business Innovation Research Program, US
- K. Bennett, Department of Energy, US
- J. Thompson, Commerce Department, US
- D.A. Bansleben, NIST, US
- G. Downing, National Cancer Institute, US
- C. Teague, NNCO, US
 
4:00 Soft Nanotechnology and Self Assembly 3: ApplicationsSalon 4
 Session chair: Fiona Case, Case Scientific, US
4:00 Cubosome Formation Processes - Kinetic Effects and Consumer Product Implications
P. Spicer, Procter & Gamble, US
(speaker biography)
4:30 Nanostructured Fluids - Summary
F. Case, Case Scientific, US
 
3:30 European Nanotechnology InitativesSalon G-H
 Session chair: Helge Hardacker, Lösung h2
- Nanotech Initiatives: Turbos for Business?H. Hardacker, Lösung h2, DE
- The Austrian NANO Initiative: Small Country with Strong Expertise
M. Haas and E. Glenck, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT
- The German NANO Initiative: Networking of Competence CentersG. Bachmann, ZT-Consulting, DE
- The Swiss NANO Initiative: After Inventing the STM …K. Knop, CSEM, CH
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 6 (Biotech)Salon B
 Session chair: Rick Trecartin, Sponsored and Chaired by Dorsey and Whitney
5:00 D.E. Ackley, Nanotrope, Inc., US
5:15 D. Hill, Midatech Limited, UK
5:30 C.V. Herst, NanoTechLogic Corporation, US
5:45 M. Weiner, Biophan Technologies, Inc., US
6:00 P. Hastwell, Raustech Pty.Ltd., AU
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 7 (Instrumentation and Tools)Salon C
 Session chair: Bill Prendergast, Sponsored and Chaired by Brinks Hofer Gilson and Lione
5:00 I.A. White, Focal Point Microsystems, US
5:15 B. Allman, Iatia Ltd, AU
5:30 N. Freedman, ionscope limited, UK
5:45 M. Watts, Molecular Imprints, US
6:00 T. Magnussen, Atomistix A/S, DK
6:15 S. Africk, Prodyne Corp., US
6:30 M.T. Michalewicz, Quantum Precision Instruments, Pty Ltd, AU
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 8 (Sensors)Salon D
 Session chair: Darrell Brookstein, The Nanotech Company, US
5:00 J. Stroh, Applied Standard, Inc., US
5:15 N. Scharadin, BioNano Systems, Inc., US
5:30 C. Kjaer, Cantion A/S, DK
5:45 S. Kaye, CENTICE Corporation, US
6:00 J. Bindler, MET Tech, US
6:15 P. Banda, SENSIA, ES
 
6:15 Invest Australia - Business and Investment ReceptionVeranda
 Session chair: Australian Wine Tasting, 6-8pm
 
6:30 Poster Session - 1Grand Ballroom E-F
 
Education in Nanotechnology
- Virtual Probe Microscope
M. Heying, J. Oliver, S. Sundararajan, P. Shrotryia, Q. Zou and A. Sannier, Iowa State University, US
- NanoSPRINT: Intelligent Innovation Tools
F. Ciontu, NanoSPRINT, FR
 
 

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8:30 Wednesday Technical KeynotesGrand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Nick Quirke, Imperial College, UK
8:30 Overview of Nanostructured Fluids, Soft Materials, and Self Assembly
T. Lodge, University of Minnesota, US
(speaker biography)
9:15 Nanotechnology at ChevronTexaco
W. Qureshi, ChevronTexaco, US
(speaker biography)
 
9:00 Wednesday Business KeynotesGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI, US
9:00 Emerging Technologies and Corporate Investment
K. Larson, Intel Capital, US
(speaker biography)
9:30 Nanotechnology and Transcending Moore's Law
S. Jurvetson, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
(speaker biography)
 
10:00 BreakBallroom Foyer
 
10:30 Medical Industry - NanotechGrand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, NSTI, US
10:30 Medical Devices: What does Nanotechnology enable?
M. Helmus, Boston Scientific, US
11:00 Bionanotechnology at General Electric
A. Klukarni, General Electric, US
11:30 Nanobiotechnology in Drug Development and Diagnostics: When and How?
M. Analoui, Pfizer, US
 
10:30 Corporate Investing in NanotechnologyGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Kitu Bindra, Burns and Doane
10:30 Motorola Ventures: Investment Approach on Nanotechnology
R. Schroeder, Motorola Ventures, US
 
11:00 Early Stage Venture Investing in Emerging TechnologiesGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Kitu Bindra, Burns and Doane
- M. Orczyk, Intel Capital, US
(speaker biography)
- J. Miller, Arrowhead Research, US
- M. Jolly, Garage Ventures, US
- F. Sohail, CMEA Ventures, US
(speaker biography)
- A. Andreev, Harris and Harris, US
 
12:00 BioNano and Nanotech Wednesday Expo (Poster Set-Up)Marquis Ballroom South-Center
 
1:30 Nanotechnology and Society - Sponsored by CBENSalon C-D
 Session chair: Don Reed, Ecos Corporation
- Nanotechnology and the Environmental: Will Emerging Environmental Regulatory Programs Stifle the Promise?
M.C. Kalpin and M.A. Hoffer, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, US
- See-through Science
J. Stilgoe, Demos, UK
 
2:00 Regulatory Programs for NanotechnologySalon C-D
 Session chair: Kristen Kulinowski, Rice University, CBEN & ICON
- M. Woebkenberg, NIOSH, US
- M.C. Kalpin and M.A. Hoffer, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, US
- H. Shindo, NEDO, JP
 
1:30 Intellectual Property in NanotechnologySalon A-B
 Session chair: Chad Wieland, Burns and Doane, US
1:30 Protecting Intellectual Property in a First to Invent Country: Are You Prepared for Nanotech Interferences
T. Walters, Burns and Doane, US
 
2:00 Increasing IP Value Through Creative Licensing and Corporate StructuresSalon A-B
 Session chair: Chad Wieland, Burns and Doane, US
- M. Swiatek, Dorsey and Whitney, US
- M.R. Scozzafava, Wilmer Cultler Hale and Dorr, US
- A. Mueller, KPMG, US
 
1:30 Nanotech Commercialization and Research ProgramsGold Key
 Session chair: Jim Clements, NanoSciences, Inc., US
1:30 Early Adoption: A Strategic Commercialization Toolkit
J.T. Clements, V.L. Clements and J. Zybko, NanoSciences, Inc., US
1:50 Through the Nano-Needle’s Eye: Models, Examples, and a Template for the Successful Transition from R&D to Commercialization
M. O'Halloran, IDC, US
2:10 Nanotechnology Innovation and the Patent Thicket: Which IP Policies Promote Growth?
T. Sabety, Sabety +associates, PLLC, US
2:30 Applications of Nanotechnology Research
E. Mobley, Inspec Inc., US
 
3:00 BioNano and Nanotech Wednesday ExpoMarquis Ballroom South-Center
 
3:00 The University-Industry Interface: Creating Commercial Opportunities in the Boundary LayerSalon A-B
 Session chair: Michael Pratt, Boston University, US
- S. Venkatesh, BAE, NASA Ames Research Center, US
- M. Analoui, Pfizer, US
- S. Nijhawan, Applied Materials, US
- G. Matijasevic, UC Irvine, INRF, US
 
3:30 Nano Biotech Industry - Novel DevelopmentGrand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Rafal Romanowicz, NSTI, CH
3:30 Markets for Self Assembled Bio-Membranes through Nanotechnology
B. Cornell, Ambri Ltd, AU
3:50 Functionalization Strategy for A New Carbon-Based Nanomaterial (Diamond Molecules) for Bio-Pharmaceutical Applications
F.W. Lam, R.M.K. Carlson, J.E.P. Dahl and S.G. Liu, MolecularDiamond Technologies, US
4:10 Commercializing University Research
C. Toumazou, Imperial College and Advanced Nanotech, UK
 
3:30 IP and Legal Issues in NanotechGold Key
 Session chair: Jim Clements, NanoSciences, Inc., US
3:30 Nanotechnology Patents: What Can Be Learned?
M.D. Specht and D.J. Featherstone, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C., US
3:50 A New Approach to Licensing Nanotechnology from Universities to Start-Up or Emerging Companies in Exchange for Stock
J. Stewart, Arnall Golden Gregory, US
4:10 2004 Nanotube Patents
D.J. Featherstone and M.D. Specht, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C., US
4:30 Nanotechnology Landscaping in Medical Diagnostics
F. Castro and F. Salinas, McAndrews, Held & Malloy, Ltd., US
 
4:00 Nanotechnology Companies and the Public Equity MarketsSalon A-B
 Session chair: Scott Mize, Foresight Institute, US
- T. Mino, Lumera, US
- C. Hickman, Headwaters Technology Innovation Group, US
- M. Weiner, Biophan Technologies, Inc., US
- A. Wahl, IG Partners, Inc., US
 
5:00 Evening Keynote and AwardsGrand Ballroom E-F
 Session chair: Nano Science and Technology Institute, US
5:00 NNCO Program Overview
C. Teague, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
(speaker biography)
 
6:00 Poster Session - 2 and BioNano/Nanotech Wednesday ExpoMarquis Ballroom South-Center
 
8:30 Thursday KeynotesGrand Ballroom E-F
 Session chair: David Ferry, Arizona State University, US
8:30 Electronics and Optoelectronics with Single Carbon Nanotubes
P. Avouris, IBM, US
(speaker biography)
9:15 Towards Integrated Nanosystems: Bio-Nano-Informatics Fusion
C-H. Ho, UCLA, US
(speaker biography)

Nanotech Ventures — Early Stage Presenting Companies

Biotech

  • Biophan Technologies, Inc.
  • Cambridge Biomagnetics, UK
  • CytImmune Sciences, Inc.
  • Midatech Limited, UK
  • Nano S Biotechnologie, AT
  • NanoBioMagnetics, Inc.
  • NanoTechLogic Corporation
  • Nanotrope, Inc.
  • Raustech Pty.Ltd., AU
  • Russian Biotechnologies, RU
  • ViaLogy Corporation

Electronics

  • arccure technologies GmbH, DE
  • Nanometrix, Inc., CA
  • NanoOpto Corporation
  • Nanopower Technologies, Inc.
  • Optimer Photonics, Inc.
  • XCom Wireless, Inc.

Energy

  • Akermin
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  • Collossus Nanotech
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Health Care

  • 3DM Inc.
  • Alpha-O Peptides, CH
  • AptaSense, AU
 
  • Inovatia Lab.
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Instrumentation

  • Digital Matrix Corp
  • Focal Point Microsystems
  • Iatia Ltd, AU
  • ionscope limited, UK
  • Molecular Imprints
  • Prodyne Corporation
  • Quantum Precision Instruments, AU

Materials

  • Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc.
  • Applied MicroStructures
  • Atomistix A/S, DK
  • Ceimig Ltd, UK
  • ENSbio
  • Nanothinx, GR
  • Solaris Nanosciences

Sensors

  • Applied Standard
  • BioNano Systems
  • Cantion A/S, DK
  • CENTICE Corporation
  • MET Tech
  • SENSIA, ES

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Corporate
energy Energy
Optoelectronics
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Oil Extraction
Catalysis
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Protection & Remediation
Sensor Networks
Health Systems
Bio and Chem Sensors
telecom Telecommunications
MEMS, NEMS
Nanoscale Devices
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display Displays & Optics
Organics
MOEMS & MEMS
Optoelectronics
Nano Photonics
polymers Polymers
Surfaces & Interfaces
Additives & Particulates
Soft Materials
Composites
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Bio Molecular Analysis
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Tissues
Bio Sensors, Arrays
Cell Handling
cosmetics Surface Science
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Coatings
pcare Personal Care
Nanostructured Fluids
Condensed Matter
Colloids & Vesicles
Soft Nanotech
good Food
Food Industry Nanotech
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Surfaces and Flims
Sensors
semicon Electronics
Devices, Processes
Nano Photonics
Spins, Quantum
Nanowires
computation Computational
Atomic Simulation
Mesoscale Modeling
Numerics (ICCN)
Comp Biology
design Design & Modeling
Microsystems (MSM)
Compact Modeling (WCM)
Computer Aided Design
Microfluidics
coatings Coatings
Thin Films, Electronics
Paints & Smart Coatings
Self Cleaning & Healing
Bio Nano Materials

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DARPA, Anantha Krishnan, US
Ciphergen Biosystems, Inc., Andreas Hieke, US
Freescale Semiconductor, Andreas Wild, FR
Daimler-Chrysler, Armin Sulzmann, Germany
Nantero, Brent Segal, US
NSTI, Chris Menzel, USA
Bristol Myers Squibb, Daniel Davison, USA
Nanotech Company, Darrel Brookstein, US
3i, David Aslin, US
Harris and Harris Group, Doug Jamison, US
Molecular Imprints, Doug Resnick, US
Eastman Kodak Company, Edward P. Furlani, USA
Mohr Davidow Ventures, Erik Straser, US
CMEA Ventures, Faysal Sohail, US
Chevron Texaco Technology Ventures, Fred Lam, US
Accelrys, Gerhard Goldbeck-Wood, UK
University of California Irvine, Goran Matijasevic, US
DuPont, Gregory Blackman, US
Lösung h2, Helge Hardacker, Germany
Cabot Corp., Jake Reeder, US
Novartis, Jeff Lockwood, USA
Draper Laboratory, Jeffrey Borenstein, USA
Keithley, John Tucker, US
Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, Kitu Bindra, US
General Electric, Loucas Tsakalakos, US
Greenberg Traurig, Lynn Foster, US
Intel Capital, Maciek Orczyk, US
Nestle, Martin Michel, CH
IBM, Matthew Denesuk, US
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, Michael Bain, US
Boston Scientific, Michael Helmus, US
Boston University, OTT, Michael Pratt, US
Pfizer Inc., Mostafa Analoui, USA
Cargil Investements, Paul Bieganski, US
Motorola, Pawitter Mangat, US
Honeywell, Peter Cousseau, US
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, Peter Dichiara, US
NSTI, Rafal Romanowicz, US
Motorola Investments, Reese Schroeder, US
Dorsey and Whitney, Rick Trecatin, US
Bose Corporation, Stephen F. Bart, USA
Goodrich Corp., Thomas Wiegele, USA
DuPont Ventures, Tom Govindan, US
Echelon Ventures, Woody Woodworth, US

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    414 Bruker AXS
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    504 Burns, Doane, Swecker & Mathis, L.L.P.
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    716 Centice
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    516 ChemImage
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    811 Edmonton Economic Development Corporation
    707 EV Group
    105 Evans Analytical Group
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    Excite Media Group
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    714 Flow Science Inc.
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    20 Harvard University
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    W512 HTA Photomask
    18 IBF – International Business Forum
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    215 Infinitesima, Ltd.
    507 Inspec
    806 Institute of Medical Technologies and Health Management - Joanneum Research
    907 Integrated Engineering Software
    807 Intelligent Enclosures
    W414 Intelligent Enclosures
    216 Interferomet Ltd
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    711 Italian Trade Commission
    W413 Italian Trade Commission
    207 Japan Pavilion
    511 Jenoptik Mikrotechnik GmbH
    702 Jensen Tools
    103 JEOL
    407 Keithley Instruments
    908 Kinetic Systems, Inc.
    416 Leica Microsystems
    901 LEISTER Technologies, LLC
    W901 LEISTER Technologies, LLC
    317 Mad City Labs
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    603 Malvern Instruments, Inc.
    W409 Mantis Deposition
    109 Micromeritics
    W412 Microtrac, Inc.
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    710 Minus K Technology, Inc.
    701 Molecular Imaging
    410 Molecular Imprints
    415 mPHASE Technologies, Inc.
    207 nano tech Japan
    W510 nano tech Japan
    806 Nano-S Biotechnoloy
    706 NanoDynamics, Inc.
    705 NanoGram Corporation
    107 NanoInk, Inc.
    W108 NanoInk, Inc.
    315 NanoMarkets LLC
    217 Nanometrix, Inc.
    509 Nanomotion, Inc.
    514 Nanophase Technologies
    409 Nanoscience Instruments
    212 NANOSENSORS
    11 NanoSPRINT
    606 Nanostellar, Inc.
    212 Nanosurf AG
    201 Nanotec NI
    207 Nanotechnology Researchers Network Center of Japan, National Institute for Materials Science
    709 nanoTITAN
    506 NanoVantage, Inc.
    212 NanoWorld AG
    17 National Cancer Institute
    W902 National Cancer Institute
    812 National Institute for Nanotechnology
    712 National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network — Georgia Technode
    National Science Foundation
    512 Naval Research Laboratory
    W103 Nion Technology Corporation
    713 NIST Advanced Technology Program
    613 Norsam Technologies, Inc.
    201 Northern Ireland Nanotechnology
    W407 Ocean Optics
    308 Olympus Corporation
    W513 Olympus Corporation
    412 Olympus Industrial America
    W415 Pacific Nanotechnology
    309 Particle Sizing Systems, Inc.
    608 PhoeniX / Intellisense
    515 Photonics Spectra
    W105 PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P.
    510 piezosystem jena
    W411 piezosystem jena
    805 PolyInsight, LLC
    903 Precision Process Equipment, Inc.
    513 Quesant Instrument Corporation
    104 Raith USA, Inc.
    616 RGC Jenkins
    503 SAMCO International, Inc.
    615 Scientific Systems
    402 Seki Technotron
    15 semi
    406 Sigma-Aldrich
    207 SII NanoTechnology Inc.
    715 Silex Microsystems AB
    902 Smart Imaging Technologies Co.
    207 SoftMEMS
    801 Sokang Nano Technology
    905 SPECS Scientific Instruments, Inc.
    Springer
    803B Strem Chemicals, Inc.
    607 Surface Imaging Systems
    703 SUSS MicroTec
    212 Swiss Business Hub USA
    614 Synkera Technologies
    GK1 Taiwan Business Alliance Forum
    W511 Telic Company
    612 Tethis
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    704 Transfer Devices, Inc.
    404 TSL
    502 U.S. Army Corrosion Office
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    316 UCI Office of Technology Alliances & Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility
    102 Veeco Instruments
    413 Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
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    W509 Yield Engineering Systems, Inc.
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    • Ambri Ltd
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    • Aphios Corporation
    • Applied Materials, Inc.
    • Applied Nanotech, Inc.
    • BioForce Nanosciences, Inc.
    • Biophan Technologies, Inc.
    • Biozentrum
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    • Buhler AG
    • Burns Doane
    • Cabot Corporation
    • Cadence Design Systems
    • Cambrios Technologies Corporation
    • CapiliX BV
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    • Duke Scientific Corporation
    • DuPont
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    • Eastman Kodak Company
    • Echelon Ventures
    • EV Group
    • FEI Company
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    • Freescale Semiconductor
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    • Greenberg Traurig
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    • Malvern Instruments, Inc.
    • MD Anderson Cancer Center
    • Mesophotonics Ltd.
    • Mohr, Davidow Ventures
    • Molecular Imaging, Inc.
    • Molecular Imprints
    • MolecularDiamond Technologies
    • Motorola
    • Motorola Ventures
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    • Nano Interface Technology, Inc.
    • NanoBioMagnetics, Inc.
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    • Nanomix Inc
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    • Nanoplex Technologies
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    • NTT
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    • Philips Research Laboratories
    • Platypus Technologies
    • PolyInsight, LLC
    • Procter & Gamble
    • Quantum Sphere
    • Quid Technologies, Inc.
    • Samsung
    • SENSIA
    • Siliconlinx
    • Silvaco Japan
    • Solaris Nanosciences Corporation
    • SolidWorks Corporation
    • SRI International
    • ST Microelectronics
    • Sumitomo Electric
    • SurModics, Inc.
    • Suss
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    • Synopsys, Inc.
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