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

Nanotech Program Highlights:

  • 600+ Nano & Bio Presentations
  • 50+ Nanotech Venture Companies
  • 16 Industrial Focused Tutorials
  • 200+ Investment/IP/Funding Talks

Nanotech 2005 Conference Program — May 8 - 12

Nanotech 2005 Conference Program

ï Physical Sciences, Electronics, Materials, Microsystems, Food, Energy
ï Life Sciences, Medicine, Personal Care, Biotech, Health Care
ï Business, Investment, Government Programs and Nanotech Ventures

Nano Industrial Impact Workshop — Sunday May 8

Nanotechnology Impact Workshop

One-Day Intensive Program to educate participants in the current state of the art in a range of nanotechnologies and impacted industries. All courses are presented by leading experts in their respective fields.

Nanotech and Bio Nano Expo — May 9 - May 11

Nanotech Expo

Full Nanotech Trade Show with over 150 exhibiting companies May 9-10! One-Day BioNano/Nanotech exhibit and poster session on May 11th. View participating companies and floor plans.

Nanotech Ventures Emerging Company Review — May 9 - 11

NSTI Nanotechnology Ventures

Join the Nanotech Ventures community in participating in the world's largest nanotechnology venture forum. 50 Early Stage Companies Presenting in most every high-tech industrial sector.

National Cancer Institute Symposium — Tuesday May 10

National Cancer Institutes Nanotechnology Symposium

NSTI is proud to collaborate with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and Northeastern University in presenting a Special Symposium on Nanotechnology for Cancer Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment.

Conference Program by Industry

medical Health Sciences
Cancer Treatment
Drug Delivery
Clinical Diagnostics
Medical Imaging
Medical Applications
materials Materials
Nano Particles
CNTs, Carbon Structures
CNT Devices
Self Assembly
transport Transportation
Fuel Cells
Advanced Materials
energy Energy
Fuel Cells & Batteries
Oil Extraction
enviro Environmental
Protection & Remediation
Sensor Networks
Health Systems
Bio and Chem Sensors
telecom Telecommunications
Nanoscale Devices
Active Devices
RF Devices
display Displays & Optics
Nano Photonics
polymers Polymers
Surfaces & Interfaces
Additives & Particulates
Soft Materials
biotech Nano Biotechnology
Bio Molecular Analysis
Bio Sensors, Arrays
Cell Handling
cosmetics Surface Science
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Functionalized Surfaces
pcare Personal Care
Nanostructured Fluids
Condensed Matter
Colloids & Vesicles
Soft Nanotech
good Food
Food Industry Nanotech
Nanostructured Colloids
Surfaces and Flims
semicon Electronics
Devices, Processes
Nano Photonics
Spins, Quantum
computation Computational
Atomic Simulation
Mesoscale Modeling
Numerics (ICCN)
Comp Biology
design Design & Modeling
Microsystems (MSM)
Compact Modeling (WCM)
Computer Aided Design
coatings Coatings
Thin Films, Electronics
Paints & Smart Coatings
Self Cleaning & Healing
Bio Nano Materials

Confirmed Speakers

Clayton TeagueNational Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO)
Clayton Teague, Director, NNCO (speaker biography)
Steve JurvetsonNanotechnology and Transcending Moore's Law
Steve Jurvetson, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
(speaker biography)
Vida IlderemNanotechnology at Motorola Labs
Vida Ilderem, Motorola, US (speaker biography)
Jim MurdayNational, DOD, Navy - Nanotechnology Program Perspectives
James 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)
Chih-Ming HoBio-Nano-Informatics Fusion
Chih-Ming Ho, University of California, Los Angeles
(speaker biography)
Thomas J. KippsAddressing Challenges in Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy in the 12st Century
Thomas J. Kipps, University of California, San Diego
(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
Peter E. BarkerSemiconductor Nanocrystal Probes for Human Chromosomes Peter E. Barker, NIST, Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center (speaker biography)
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, US (speaker biography)
Robert ChauEmerging Nanoelectronic Devices and their Benchmarking Methodology
Robert Chau, Intel Corporation, 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 (speaker biography)
Deborah EstrinSystems of Microsystems: wireless sensor networks
Deborah Estrin, University of California at Los Angeles, US
Lutz MaedlerFunctional Nanoparticulate Synthesis and Applications
Lutz Mädler, University of California, Los Angeles
Tim LodgeNanostructured Fluids, Soft Materials, and Self-Assembly Tim Lodge, University of Minnesota, US (speaker biography)
Lars SamuelsonSemiconductor Nanowires for Future Nanoelectronics
Lars Samuelson, Lund University, SE
Wolfgang WindlNanoscale Simulation Tools
Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
Fiona CaseNanotechnology in Soft Materials
Fiona Case, Case Scientific, US
Wolfgang BacsaNanoscale Photonics: Optics beyond the diffraction limit
Wolfgang Bacsa, UMR-CNRS, FR
Steven T. WereleyFundamentals and Applications of Micro, Bio and Nano Fluidics
Steven T. Wereley, Purdue University, US
Christopher HieroldFrom Micro- to Nanosystems: mechanical sensors go nano
Christopher Hierold, ETH Zürich, CH
 Paschalis AlexandridisSelf-Assembly and Directed Assembly of Amphiphilic Block Copolymers,Paschalis Alexandridis, State University of New York at Buffalo, US (speaker biography)
Toshihiro KawakatsuSimulation of Nanostructured Fluids, Soft Materials, and Self-Assembly
Toshihiro Kawakatsu, Tohoku University, JP
Ian MarshallWINS: protocols design and implementation
Ian Marshall, University of Kent, UK
Michael KraftHigher-order Sigma-Delta Modulator Interfaces for MEMS
Michael Kraft, Southampton University, UK
Richard M. RussellNational Nanotechnology Policy
Richard M. Russell, Associate Director, OSTP, Executive Office of the President, US
(speaker biography)
Keith R. LarsonEmerging Technologies and Corporate Investment
Keith R. Larson, Intel Capital, US
(speaker biography)
Celia MerzbacherThe National Nanotechnology Initiative from a Policy Perspective: Where are we and where are we going?
Celia 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
(speaker biography)
John V. FrangioniNanoparticles in Cell Imaging, John V. Frangioni, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard University (read more)
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
Timothy D. SandsTimothy D. Sands
Basil S. Turner Professor of Engineering, Purdue University, US (speaker biography)
Charles T. BlackApplication of Polymer Self Assembly to Semiconductor Microelectronics
Charles T. Black, IBM, York Town, US (speaker biography)
Chih-Tang SahA History of MOS Transistor Compact Modeling
Chih-Tang Sah, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, US (speaker biography)
Vladimir TorchilinVladimir Torchilin
Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, US
Srinivas IyerNanoscale Bio Analysis
Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
Hayat OnyukselNanotechnology in Drug Delivery, Hayat Onyuksel, O. Koo, A. Krishnadas, V. Sethi and I. Rubinstein, University of Illinois at Chicago, US
Thomas J. WebsterBio-Nano Materials
Thomas J. Webster, Purdue University, US
Neil White"Intelligent sensors: systems or components?"
Neil White, Southampton University, UK
Peter SchurtenbergerSoft Glasses and Gels - From Colloid Physics to Food Technology
Peter Schurtenberger, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Fribourg, CH
(speaker biography)
Nissim GartiFood Goes Nano -Novel Nano Sized Liquid Vehicles and Technology for Solubilization of Nutraceuticals in Foods
Nissim Garti, Nutralease and the Hebrew University, IL
Amitesh MaitiRecent Applications of Mesoscale Modeling to Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery, Amitesh Maiti, Accelrys, San Diego, US (speaker biography)
Paul HavingaData centric wireless sensor networks
Paul Havinga, University of Twente, NL
Ashwin A. SeshiaIntegrated Resonant Microstructures for Sensor and Timing Applications
Ashwin A. Seshia, Cambridge University, UK
Davies William De Lima MonteiroY-nano X-micro technologies: nanometric optical control
Davies William De Lima Monteiro, Federal University of Minas Gerais, BR
Robert M. NewmanNode design for pervasive sensor networks: a top down view
Robert M. Newman , Coventry University, UK
Benedetto VignaConsumer and Automotive Embodiments of Smart Sensors
Benedetto Vigna, ST Microelectronics, IT

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