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Nanoscale Science and Engineering Conference

May 09, 2005

UNC-Charlotte's first annual Nanotechnology Conference, October 24-25, 2005.

Experts from various disciplines will come together to discuss the latest research, trends, and applications in nanotechnology.

The conference will focus on:

  • National Initiatives in Nanotechnology
  • Novel Materials and Theory
  • Nanotechnology in Medicine
  • Metrology and Instrumentation for Nanoscale Science

Invited Speakers:

  • James Murday (Naval Research Labs)
  • Jeffery Schloss (NIH)
  • Douglas Lowndes (Oak Ridge National Laboratories)
  • Fraser Stoddart (UCLA)
  • Thomas Mallouk (Penn State)
  • Richard Siegel (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute )
  • Seth Marder (Georgia Institute of Technology),
  • Robert Schull (NIST)
  • Ray Tsu (UNC-Charlotte)
  • Rudy Juliano (UNC-Chapel Hill)
  • Scott McNeil (National Cancer Institute)
  • Nigel Walker (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIEHS)
  • Bob Hocken (UNC-Charlotte)
  • Mark Shattenburg (MIT)

Location:
Barnhardt Student Activity Center (SAC) - Salons
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28223

For more information and registration online, click here.

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Contact:
Ken Gonsalves
kegonsal@email.uncc.edu
704-687-3501

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