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Nano Science and Technology Institute 1999 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference & Trade Show
Nanotech 99
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Nanotech 99 Conference Technical Program

Monday Tuesday Wednesday
8:00 Registration
8:15 Welcome and Introductory Remarks
8:30 Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures
9:15 Break
9:30 Special Session: Computational Extraction of Compact Model Parameters for ULSI and MEMS
Special Session: Front-End
Computational Initiatives in Biotechnology
10:00 Break Break
10:20 Computational Materials
Special Session: System-Level Modeling and Simulations of MEMS
Applications: Pressure, Actuation, Navigation
Semiconductor Device Modeling 1
12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:20 Back-End: Metallization-1
Special Session: Computational Methods for Microfluidics
Characterization, Parameter Extraction, Calibration
Equivalent Circuits, Behavioral and Multilevel Simulation
Special Session: Quantum Devices
Computational Initiatives in Biotechnology
Applications: Microfluidics - 2
Numerics, Algorithims - 1
14:40 Break Break
15:00 Back-End: Metallization-2
Special Session: Computational Methods for Microfluidics
Semiconductor Device Modeling
Applications: Microfluidics - 3
Numerics, Algorithims - 2
15:40 Break
Poster Session A
16:20
16:40 Break
Poster Session B
 
   
19:00 Banquet Dinner

Session Room Color Key:

    Salon I
    Salon II
    Salon III
    Salon IV
    Salons II & III
    Atlantic View I & II
    Condado Foyer
    Grand Ballroom

Vendor and publisher exhibition:

   Exhibitors booths are located in Salon IV

Sunday April 18

17:00 - 18:00 Registration

Keynote Lectures

  • Fast Algorithms For 3-D Simulation
    Jacob White, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Living in an Expanding TCAD Space
    Len Borucki, Motorola, USA
  • Virtual Component Qualification
    Michael G. Pecht, P. Sandborn, and P. McCluskey, University of Maryland, USA
  • The Art of Modeling Coupled-Field Effects in Microdevices and Microsystems
    Gerhard Wachutka, Technical University of Münich, Germany
  • State of the Art and Trends in Power Integration
    Jean-Louis Sanchez, LAAS/CNRS, France

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