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September 10th, 2004

NanoElectronics & Photonics Forum Conference Event

Abstract:
Due to popular demand, the nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum is pleased to announce its 4th major event.

Research companies, startup companies, joint ventures, and others actively engaged in the development of nanotechnology enabled electronic and photonic devices, integrated platforms, fabrication processes and techniques, and related domains of development are invited to participate in our upcoming full-day NanoSIG NanoElectronics & photonics Forum event, Oct 26, 2004.

Story:

NanoElectronics & Photonics Forum Conference Event

Cutting edge developments - the latest materials, fabrication processes, biologically inspired self organizing / self assembling systems Companies, collaborations, research, IP development

Full day conference Oct 26, 2004, at the offices of:
Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP
390 Lytton Avenue - Palo Alto, CA
650.326.2400

Due to popular demand, the nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum is pleased to announce its 4th major event

The Event:

Research companies, startup companies, joint ventures, and others actively engaged in the development of nanotechnology enabled electronic and photonic devices, integrated platforms, fabrication processes and techniques, and related domains of development are invited to participate in our upcoming full-day NanoSIG NanoElectronics & photonics Forum event, Oct 26, 2004.

The Audience:

The audience will comprise of VCs, industry analysts, C-level executives, along with scientists, representatives from academia and national laboratories, media, and others interested in the opportunities and evolution of business development of nanotechnology enabled electronics and photonics applications.

The nanoElectronics & Photonics Forum, as an active Forum of the NanoSIG, is focused on technology developments and commercialization of business opportunities in:

  • Nanostructured materials with Novel Photonic and/or Electronic Properties;
  • Nanoprinting, Imprinting, "Soft" Lithography, & Molecular Deposition;
  • Molecular Switches, Gates and Sensors;
  • Nanowires and Interconnect Systems;
  • Nanobiological and Self-Assembling Materials, Techniques and Processes;
  • Memory and Switch Arrays, Fabrics and Reconfigurable Architectures;
  • Electro-Optical Materials and Nanostructures;
  • Bandgap, Nonlinear and Other Photonic Systems;
  • Quantum Devices and Spintronics
Connecting Inventors with Investors
Dedicated to Commercial Nanotechnology - the Next Industrial Revolution


Confirmed Speakers - Companies, Technology Development: At the Intersection of Biology, Self Organizing Systems, and Nanotechnology
  • Cambrios - Dr. Michael Knapp Bio-assembled electronics / integrated devices
  • Integrated Nano-Technologies - Dr. Mark Nance DNA enabled electronic bio-sensors
  • U of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign - Prof Ralph Nuzzo Self assembling nano-electronics
  • Knowmtech - Alex Nugent Nanotechnology-based neural networks / integrated devices
  • Nanomateria - Prof Samuel Stupp, Northwestern U Self assembling bio-material systems
  • Sandia Lab - Dr. John Shelnutt Photosynthesis as a biofoundry platform for nanostructured materials
  • University of Toronto / MIT - Prof. Edward (Ted) H. Sargent Quantum dots utilized in low cost infrared CCD array
  • OFI Devices - Phillip Langton Next generation nanotech enabled "smartdust" distributed sensors, "spray on" computers
Confirmed Speakers - IP, Business Development, Investment:
  • Office of the President, University of California - Dillon Auyoung, Principal Analyst, Industry-University Cooperative Research Program
  • Townsend, Townsend, & Crew, LLP - to be announced
  • Draper Fisher Jurvetson - Alexei Andreev
  • DotEdu Ventures - Asha Jadeja
Additional Invited Speakers / Topics:
  • Miasole - Dave Pearce organic semiconductor solar voltaics
  • TMC Tailored Materials Corporation - mass production of carbon nanotubes / fullerene materials
  • Vulvox Nano/Biotechnology corporation integrated circuitry made from DNA molecules
  • Singapore EDB - Nanotechnology in emergent industries and development opportunities
  • Canadian Nanotechnology - presentations from the latest developments in nano-photonics
For special conference discount lodging in Palo Alto, please contact Melissa Landon, Sales Manager - Creekside Inn, at 650-213-4218

Contact:

Charles Ostman
costman@nanosig.org
510-549-0129 or 510-326-7974

Oindrila Ray
oray@nanosig.org
650-813-9624 or 650-380-1854

Sandra Kay Helsel
skhelsel@experiencepr.com
520-325-4636 or 520-390-8184

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