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nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum Conference July 14, 2005

May 24, 2005

Due to popular demand, the nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum is pleased to announce its 5th major event: a full day conference July 14, 2005, at the Palo Alto offices of Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP, 379 Lytton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 64301-1431.

Who: nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum (nEPF) - Member of the NanoSIG Family of Forums

What: 5th nanoElectronics & Photonics Forum Conference

When: Thursday, July 14, 2005 8:30pm-6:30pm

Where: Office of Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP, 379 Lytton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 64301-1431

Press Contact: Sandra Kay Helsel, Ph.D., SK Helsel & Associates 520-325-4636

Conference Organizer: Charles Ostman, 510-549-0129 or 510-684-1823

Sponsor: Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP 650-326-2400

The Event:
Nanotechnology is maturing past the realms of speculative research, and well into the arena of markets and applications. The potential promise of nanotechnology, however, is not just to enable new types of processes and products at lower cost, but also to improve the nature of how these products are made and applied, with the end result being less toxic, more sustainable, efficient, and "environmentally friendly" industrial and consumer practices. In the context of nano electronics and photonics related research, developments, and ventures, the intersection with emergent "cleantech" topics of interest include:

  1. "Just as Needed" / On Demand manufacturing practices
  2. Renewable / Alternative energy platforms
  3. Efficiency / Recapture of waste energy, materials
  4. Non / Less Toxic Alternatives to current materials and processes

Invited Speakers:

  • Nano and Giga Solutions - Anatoli Korkin
  • NREL - Walter Copan
  • NanoSolar - Jim Sheats
  • Solicore - Dave Corey
  • NanoStellar - Michael Pak / TBA
  • Motheye - Malcolm McLean
  • SC Power Systems - Paul Fox
  • NGEN Partners - Daniel Colbert
  • Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc - T.J. Wainerdi
  • Tiny Tech VC - Alexei Andreev
  • Galaxy Ventures - Bill Sautter
  • Strategies Unlimited - Tom Hausken

The audience:
The audience is a combination of VCs, industry analysts, senior 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

Cost to Attend:
Students: $25
Members: $50
Non-Members: $75
Day of Registration: $100 at the door

"Dedicated to commercial Nanotechnology- the next Industrial Revolution." The nanoSIG is a global networking organization committed to promoting the of nanotechnology by connecting commercialization of nanotechnology by connecting inventors with investors.

To register click here

For special conference lodging discount rate, call Melissa Landon at Creekside Inn 650-213-4218.

OR for more information, please contact:

Charles Ostman
NanoElectronics Forum, Conference Chair

Sandra Kay Helsel
NanoElectronics Forum, Media Contact

Sean Casey
650-604-2119 or
505 690 1295

Oindrila Ray

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