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Commercializing nanotechnolgy driven materials and devices is gaining the spot light. How this gets done in a timely and cost effective way involves existing manufacturers. Manufacturers looking to upgrade their products or finding new ones and contract manufacturers wanting too stay competitive need to be paying attention.
October 14th, 2008
The Business after the Science
The Business after the Science
With the emphasis in nanotechnology shifting to commercialization it is important for all the stake-holders to come together. These include the tech transfer offices, innovators, manufacturers and marketing companies as well as end-users such as the military. This makes the "Nanomanufacturing & Dual-Use Commercialization Conference" a timely and valuable event for you to attend.
The major objective of the conference is to make the connection between existing manufacturers and the innovators of nano-enabled materials and devices. By leveraging existing capabilities these innovations can get to market faster and with less investment. Find out how to improve your products or add to your existing product line. Just as important are contract manufacturers looking to expand their business in nanotech-enabled devices and materials.
Existing manufacturers are a vital part of the growing infrastructure in the nanotechnology revolution. This conference shows you how the vital dots are getting connected and how you become a part of it all.
Valuable Insight - Outstanding Speakers
Ted Glum is the Director of a unique and very successful DoD facility specializing in Microelectronics and next generation systems. See his facility here: http://www.dmea.osd.mil/
Get your Intellectual Property questions answered by one of the top IP firms in the country. John Caldwell, David Anthony, Chris Arena and Jeffery Rosedale - Presented by Woodcock Washburn
Are we all talking the same language when it comes to classifying or specifying nanomaterials and processes? A valuable presentation from ANSI on where the current standards are and what to expect.
An exploration of how the regional efforts around the country can work together to establish a collaborative network focused on commercialization and economic development. A Panel Discussion led by Dr. Alan Brown
Dr. J. Scott Deiter is Chairman of the Federal Laboratory Consortium and a recognized expert in Tech Transfer methods and benefits to industry. Dr. Deiter is also Director of Technology Transfer and ORTA Representative for the Indian Head Division (IHDIV) Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), which gives his presentation extra weight for our topic.
Protect yourself and your company with timely information on export regulations including ITAR from Doreen Edleman. Presented by Baker Donelson
Hear from the Army's number one user of advanced technology - ARDEC. What is their strategy and what are their needs?
Get your Message to a Focused Group
Use the POSTER GALLERY to advance your business exposure and find others to partner with. Making the right business contacts is stressed in this conference. Receptions and meals are served in the gallery to emphasis its importance and allow ample time for exposure of all included.
Join us by registering today for this exciting conference.
The Nanomanufacturing & Dual-Use Commercialization Conference
or call 478-289-2346
The conference is being held at the beautiful Riverfront Marriot in Savannah, Georgia, November 3-5, 2008. Limited, event discounted rooms are still available at the hotel and include per-diem rates for government attendees. The discounts extend 3 days before and after to give you an opportunity to explore this wonderful historic city and surrounding area.
Some of the organizations attending include Lockheed Martin, Nantero, Altair Nanotechnologies, Phoenix Solutions, ARDEC, DMEA (Defense Microelectronics Activity), ATK, LGS Innovations, Insitutec and many more. Existing manufacturers not yet involved in nanotechnology are highly encouraged to attend.
Contact Tracy Becker at 478-289-2346 for more information or see our web site http://NationalNano.info