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Nanotechnology Product Application Discussion
October 03, 2005
The University of Scranton’s Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program will sponsor a lecture on nanotechnology products and applications by Thomas Cellucci, Ph.D., a nanotechnology authority and president of a Zyvex Corporation, a nanotechnology company located in Richmond, Texas. The lecture will be presented free of charge to area business and manufacturing professionals and the general public on Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 8 p.m. in the Lynett Auditorium of Hyland Hall.
Dr. Cellucci has authored or co-authored more than 100 articles on nanotechnology, environmental disturbance control, laser physics, photonics and related topics. A frequent speaker at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, the Sloan School of Business at MIT and the Harvard School of Business, Dr. Cellucci will present “Nanotechnology Without the Hype.” The presentation will include discussion and demonstrations of applications for leading technology products used in research and development and industrial manufacturing settings.
Dr. Cellucci earned his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from Rutgers University and a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University.
Zyvex Corporation is a supplier of nanotechnology tools, products and services that focus on providing for adaptable, affordable and molecularly precise manufacturing. Zyvex’s products include NanoWorks for nanomanipulation systems, systems for probing transistors at the contact level integrated systems and NanoSolve Materials that enhance thermal, electrical or mechanical properties for applications ranging from sporting goods to high tech aerospace materials. These products will be demonstrated at the lecture.
For additional information call, Rev. Ronald McKinney, S.J., director of the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program, at 570-941-7432.
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