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IEEE San Francisco Bay Area Nanotechnology Council Announces a Half-Day Symposium

Nanotech: Imagine the Possibilities!

First Annual Symposium Showcasing University Graduate Research.

See the frontier in Nanotechnology and help shape it.

Tuesday November 15, 2005, 12 Noon, Sunnyvale, CA

Novel features of this Symposium include:

  • Pre-publication briefs of university graduate research topics in nanotechnology.
  • Challenge to the attendees to contribute imagined potential applications and opportunities that may transcend the present scope of the presented work.
  • Ample opportunity for networking with the graduates and other attendees.

Graduate research topics to be presented include:

  • Nanoscale optical devices on DNA scaffolds
  • Nanotube nanofluidic transistors and circuits
  • Anti-cancer drug delivery using viruses
  • Ferromagnetic nanowires and high density storage
  • Nanowire-based photonics and sensing
  • Fabrication of nano-devices through biological catalysts
  • Carbon nanofibers in IC interconnect vias

Where: National Semiconductor, 955 Kifer Road, Building 31 Santa Clara, CA

Registration: Please register in advance, space is limited.

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