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Nano Impact Workshop
Nano & Molecular Electronics
Carbon Nano Tubes
Nanoparticulates
Soft Nanotechnology
Polymer Nanotechnology
Medical Diagnostics & Treatment
Bio Materials & Tissues
Nanoscale Simulation Tools
Technology Commercialization
Atomistix 2006 Workshop

Conference Proceedings

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2006 NSTI Nano Industrial Impact Workshop
2006 NSTI Nano Industrial Impact Workshop
May 7, 2006, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Synopsis

The Nano Industrial Impact Workshop is a One-Day Intensive Program to educate participants in a range of nanotechnologies and impacted industries. All courses are presented by leading experts in their respective fields.

2006 Courses

0501: nano molecular electronics Nano and Molecular Electronics
Douglas Resnick, Molecular Imprints
Mark Reed, Yale University
0502: carbon nanotube - CNT Carbon Nano Tubes: Fundamentals and Applications
Meyya Meyyappan, NASA
Wolfgang S. Bacsa, Université Paul Sabatier
0503: nano particulates Nanoparticulates: Synthesis and Application
Sotiris E. Pratsinis
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich
0504: nanotechnology in soft materials Soft Nanotechnology and Self-Assembly: Industrial Applications
Fiona Case
Case Scientific
0505: polymer nanotechnology Polymer Nanotechnology: Synthesis and Novel Applications
Donald C. Sundberg
University of New Hampshire
0506: medical nanotechnology Nanotechnology for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment
Srinivas Iyer, Bioscience Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Mansoor Amiji, School of Pharmacy, Northeastern University, Boston
0507: nanotechnology bio materials tissues Biomaterials and Nanotechnology for Tissue Engineering
Thomas J. Webster
Purdue University
0508: nanoscale simulation tools Advanced Nanoscale Simulation Tools: Advanced Materials Design and Nanoelectronic Devices
Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University
0509: technology commercialization Technology Commercialization
Ashley J. Stevens, Boston University
Michael Pratt, Boston University

Atomistix 2006 Workshop - Atomic Scale Modeling

Nanotech Impact Workshop attendees will also be allowed to attend the Sunday evening Atomistix 2006 Workshop - Atomic Scale Modeling. Speakers include Amitesh Maiti, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Mark Ratner, Northwestern University, Kurt Stokbro and Anders Blom, Atomistix A/S, and Jean-Luc Bredas, Georgia Tech. Reserve your seat here.


Fee Schedule

Before May 1 After May 1
Nanotech Impact Workshop Course Fee $650 $690
 

Who Should Attend

These introductory - to intermediate - level courses are suitable for: Managers, Practicing Engineers, Industrial Scientists, on a decision-making level, Executives seeking strategic planning insight, Policy Makers with some technical background, and Academic Researchers developing a strong nano program.

Notes

  • Courses run Sunday May 7, 2006 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • You may only attend a single course — please select it during registration
  • Cancellations made by April 14, 2006 will be refunded less a $100.00 processing fee. Cancellations after April 14, 2006 are non-refundable.
  • You may transfer your registration to another person at no charge prior to May 1, 2006. After May 1 no changes may be made.
  • The running of all courses is dependent upon a minimum of 6 registrants.
  • NSTI is not responsible to any instructor cancellations and subsequent changes in the program, but will make every effort to provide alternate content in the event of a cancellation.
  • To register for a course, please follow the registration link.

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