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Nanotech 2004 Conference Technical Program


National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
Clayton Teague, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office Director
Nanotechnology at Intel
David Tennenhouse, VP Corporate Technology Group, Intel
Nanotechnology and the Future of Electronics
Larry Bock, Executive Chairman and Member of the Board of Directors, Nanosys, Inc.
NANOWIRES: Creating Nanosystems and the Nanotechnology Revolution
Charles Lieber, Mark Hyman, Jur. Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University, Founder Nanosys, Inc.
Novel one dimensional Nanostructures
Meyya Meyyappan, Director, Center for Nanotechnology, NASA
Membrane Proteins: Nanomachines with Optimized Structure and Function
Andreas Engel, University of Basel, CH
Large-Scale Integration of Nanosystems
Michael Roukes, Caltech
Nanotech: A Technology and Business Perspective from the Venture Capital World
Warren Packard, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Semiconductor Industry and Nanotechnology
Juri Matisoo, Vice-President, Technology, Semiconductor Industry Association
Nanotechnology and Drug Design
Kurt Krause, University of Houston
Nanotherapeutics - the Future of Medicine
Tejal Desai, Director, Laboratory of Therapeutic Microtechnology, Boston University
The Network for Computational Nanotechnology: Research, Education, and Infrastructure
Mark Lundstrom, Director, NSF Network for Computational Nanotechnology, Purdue
Semiconductor R&D in the 300mm/ Nanogeometry Generation
Andreas Wild, Executive Director, Motorola Crolles Research Center
MesoDyn and AFM: Design, Imaging and Simulation Block Copolymers
Hans Fraaije, Universiteit Leiden, NL

Conference Technical Program

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Authors

Sunday March 7

 Conference Registration
2:00 Carbon Nanotubes Tutorial
4:00 ANSYS Multiphysics in Microsystems (Free Software Workshop & Demo)
4:00 Nano Optics Fundamentals Tutorial
6:00 Welcome Keynote
7:00 Welcome Reception

Monday March 8

7:00 Conference Registration
8:20 NSTI-Nanotech 2004 Opening
8:30 Keynotes
10:00 Break
10:30 Keynotes
12:00 Lunch - on own
1:30 Micro and Nano Structuring and Assembly
1:30 Nano Photonics
1:30 Nanotechnology in Health Sciences
1:30 Atomic and Mesoscale Modeling of Nanoscale Phenomena - 1
1:30 Corporate Nanotech R&D - 1
3:10 Break
3:30 Nano Imaging
3:30 Atomic and Mesoscale Modeling of Nanoscale Phenomena - 2
3:30 Nanotech Initatives: Panel - M+W Zander Sponsored Session
3:30 Corporate Nanotech R&D - 2
4:30 Tutorial: Using Nanotechnology to Design Better Soft and Hard Tissue Implants
4:30 Atomistix: Transiesta Demo (free)
5:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 1
5:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 2
5:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 3, Sponsored by Mintz-Levin
6:00 Smalltech Networking Reception
7:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 4
7:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 5
7:00 Nanotech Early Stage Industry Review - 6

Tuesday March 9

 Tuesday Opening
8:00 Technical Keynotes
8:40 Business and Investment Opening
8:50 Business Keynote
9:30 Break - NSTI-Nanotech Trade Show Open, Grand Ballroom
10:00 Nano Composites
10:00 Nano Optoelectronics
10:00 Bio Nano Arrays
10:00 Smart MEMS and Sensor Systems
10:00 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 1)
10:00 Public Sector Funding: Panel
11:00 Commercialization of Nascent Technologies - Technology Transfer Models: Panel
 Lunch - on own
1:30 Nano Devices and Systems
1:30 Nano Scale Electronics and Quantum Devices -1
1:30 Bio Nano Analysis
1:30 MEMS Modeling
1:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 2)
1:30 Product Development and Commercialization: Panel
3:30 Visit Nanotech Trade Show
3:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 3)
4:00 Break - Nanotech Exhibit
4:30 Modeling Randomness and Diffusion Effects
4:30 Nano Scale Electronics and Quantum Devices -2
4:30 Membrane and Cell Mimetic Systems
6:00 Poster Session A (6:00 - 7:30)
 Bio Nano Analysis
 Bio Nano Computational Methods and Applications
 Micro Fluidics and Nanoscale Transport
 MEMS Design and Application
 MEMS Modeling
 Smart MEMS and Sensor Systems
 Micro and Nano Structuring and Assembly
 Advanced Semiconductors
 Nano Composites
 Nano Devices and Systems
 Nano Scale Device Modeling
 Carbon Nano Structures - Theory and Synthesis
 Surfaces and Films
 Atomic and Mesoscale Modelling of Nanoscale Phenomena
 Characterization and Parameter Extraction
 Computational Methods and Numerics
 Commercial Tools, Processes and Materials
 Research, Education and Economic Initiatives

Wednesday March 10

8:00 Wednesday Opening
8:00 Technical Keynotes
8:00 Business Keynote
8:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 4)
9:30 Visit Nanotech Trade Show
10:00 Nano Particles and Molecules
10:00 Nanoscale Device Modeling
10:00 Bio Nano Computational Design
10:00 Surfaces and Films
10:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 5)
10:00 Public Equity Presentations and Panel
10:20 Public Equity: New Technologies and the Investement Community: Panel
11:10 European Nanotechnology Initiatives: Panel
12:00 Lunch - on own
1:30 Carbon Nano Structures - Theory and Synthesis
1:30 Computational Methods and Numerics
1:30 Bio Nano Systems and Chemistry
1:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling (WCM - 6)
1:30 Private Equity in Emerging Technologies: Talks and Panel
2:20 Private Equity: Angel, Venture and Private Equity Investing in Emerging Technologies: Panel
3:30 Commercial Tools, Processes and Materials
3:30 Importance of Intellectual Property in Nanotechnology Commercialization
4:20 International Legal Issues in Nanotechnology
4:30 Carbon Nanotube Based Devices
4:30 ANSYS CFX: Microfluidic applications in the Biomedical and Chemistry industries. (Free Software Workshop & Demo)
4:30 Ion Channels as Nano Devices
3:50 Workshop on Compact Modeling Poster Briefing
6:00 Poster Session B (6:00 - 8:00)
 Bio Nano Systems and Chemistry
 Bio Nano Analysis
 Bio Micro Systems
 Bio Sensors
 Micro Fluidics and Nanoscale Transport
 MEMS Design and Application
 MEMS Modeling
 System Level Modeling
 Compact Modeling
 Computational Methods and Numerics
 Wafer and MEMS Processing
 Carbon Nano Structures - Theory and Synthesis
 Nano Composites
 Surfaces and Films
 Nano Particles and Molecules
 Nano Photonics
 Nano Scale Device Modeling
 Nanoscale Electronics and Quantum Devices
 Commercial Tools, Processes and Materials

Thursday March 11

8:00 Thursday Opening
8:00 Technical Keynotes
9:20 Break
9:40 Modeling Fundamental Phenamena in MEMS
9:40 Accelyrs Special Session on Nanotechnology Tools: Metrology and Modeling
9:40 Bio Molecular Motors
8:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling Poster Briefing
10:00 Japan and Asia Nanotech Initiatives: Panel
11:00 MEMS Commercialization
12:00 Lunch - on own
1:30 MEMS Design and Applications
1:30 Tutorial: Nano-Bio-Micro Fluidics
1:30 Bio Sensors
1:30 Research and Educational Initiatives
1:30 WCM Tutorials
3:30 Standardizing Routes to Commercialization of Nanotechnology: Materials, Tools, Manufacturing Platforms
3:40 Tutorial: Introduction to Industrial Microtechnology
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Authors

Tutorials, Demos and Overview Presentations

SmallTech Networking Event

Monday night will be the kickoff for the first Nanotech Network Night. Networking tables are available for Technology Sources, Service Providers, Funding Sources and Commercialization Resources. Follow the SmallTech Networking Event link to find out how to participate.

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