Nano Science and Technology Institute

Nanotech 2008 & Clean Technology 2008 Early Bird Registration Ends April 21

Nanotech 2008 and Clean Technology 2008 events. Nanotech 2008 and Clean Technology 2008 are taking place in Boston, Massachusetts' Hynes Convention Center on June 1 - 5, 2008.

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) today announced the deadline for earl bird registration is April 21st for the co-located Nanotech 2008 and Clean Technology 2008 events. Nanotech 2008 and Clean Technology 2008 are taking place in Boston, Massachusetts' Hynes Convention Center on June 1 - 5, 2008. These are the premier industry events on nanotechnology and clean technology in the world.

In addition to the showcases over 300 companies and organizations exhibiting at the events, the conference programs includes over 1,000 technology and business presentations in every area of nanotechnology and some 300 in clean technology. Additional sessions include government program reviews, an early stage company showcase and expanded vertical industry coverage.

The full nanotechnology program can be found at http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2008 and at http://www.csievents.org/Cleantech2008/ for Clean Technology 2008. The following is a partial list of invited and confirmed speakers:

  • Ray O. Johnson
    Chief Technology Officer
    Lockheed Martin Corporation
     
  • Andrew Zaske
    General Electric - Water
     
  • Bruce M. Pratt
    Genzyme Corporation
     
  • Wilber James
    RockPort Capital Partners
     
  • Mark Mielke
    BASF Future Business GmbH
     
  • Shyam Venkatesh
    Omron Silicon Valley
     
  • Sally C. Gutierrez
    EPA
     
  • Tony Maull, Jr.
    Ernst & Young
     
  • Anna Moore
    Harvard Medical School
     
  • Jake M. Reder
    Cabot Corporation
     
  • Ian A. Bowles
    Commonwealth of Massachusetts
     
  • Daniel E. Rardon
    PPG Industries
     
  • Scott R. Manalis
    MIT
     
  • David Douglas
    Vice President, Eco Responsibility
    Sun Microsystems
     
  • Fiona Case
    NSTI
     
  • Sam Bhattacharyya
    Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
     
  • David Wright
    Vanderbilt University
     
  • Srinivas Iyer
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
     
 
  • Andres E. Carvallo
    Austin Energy
     
  • Duncan Macleod
    Shell Hydrogen
     
  • Doborah Morrisset
    Chrysler
     
  • David Vieau
    A123
     
  • Lewis Norman
    Halliburton
     
  • Sharon L. Nunes
    IBM
     
  • Daniel L. Laird
    Sandia National Laboratories
     
  • Joseph Strakey
    CTO DOE National
    Energy Tech Lab
     
  • David A. Weitz
    Harvard University
     
  • Sotiris E. Pratsinis
    Swiss Federal Inst. of Tech.
     
  • Patti Glaza
    CTSI
     
  • Fang Changxin
    Toyota & Think Energy
     
  • Jack A. Roth
    University of Texas Cancer Center
     
  • Bahram Farahmand
    The Boeing Company
     
  • Jerry Hallmark
    Motorola
     
  • Vinayak P. Dravid
    Northwestern University
     
  • Michael Pratt
    Boston University
     
  • Joshua Dickinson
    WateReuse Foundation
     
  • Alois Popp
    Unilever
     
 
  • Paul Dickerson
    US DOE
     
  • Reid Leonard
    Merck
     
  • Tinh Nguyen
    NIST
     
  • Naoki “Nick” Sugimoto
    Honda Motor Corporation
     
  • Chad A. Mirkin
    Northwestern University
     
  • Sarah Audet
    Medtronic
     
  • Angela Belcher
    MIT
     
  • Jens Rieger
    BASF
     
  • Cyndi Tucker
    ConocoPhillips
     
  • Valery A. Petrenko
    Auburn University
     
  • Vladimir Torchilin
    Northeastern University
     
  • Mark N. Milton
    Tempo Pharmaceuticals
     
  • Piotr Grodzinski
    National Cancer Institute
     
  • Anna Stradner
    Nestle-University of Fribourg
     
  • Wilson Poon
    The University of Edinburgh
     
  • Dean Ilievski
    Alcoa
     
  • L.B. Kane
    WholeFoods Market
     
  • Roy M. Palk
    New Horizons Consulting
     
  • John S. Chapman
    DuPont Central Research
     
  • Christopher J. Noren
    New England Biolabs
     

The Nanotech conference provides a multi-industry perspective on corporate R&D as well as the commercialization and product development of micro and nanotechnologies. Clean Technology 2008 is a multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability addressing advancements in traditional technologies, emerging technologies and clean business practices. The Clean Technology ecosystem enables a growing set of knowledge-based technologies, products or services designed to improve operational performance, productivity or efficiency while reducing costs, inputs, energy consumption, waste or pollution.

The conferences will be held June 1-5 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Attendees and exhibitors can obtain more information at http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2008 or http://www.csievents.org/Cleantech2008/

About NSTI:

The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI; www.nsti.org) is chartered with the advancement and integration of nano and other advanced technologies through education, collaboration and research services. NSTI accomplishes this mission through its offerings of continuing education programs, conventions, scientific and business publishing and custom research services. NSTI produces the annual Nanotech conference and trade show. Nanotech 2008, celebrating its 11th year, is expected to attract over 3,500 industrial, academic, business and governmental attendees from around the world. It is the largest gathering of the nanotechnology industry in the U.S. The event is a unique gathering of the scientific and business community working on the development and commercialization of nano and small-scale technology. NSTI was founded in 1997 as a result of the merger between various scientific societies, and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with offices in California and Switzerland.


 
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