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Hands-on NanoBio Fluidic Mems Workshop
Posted on May 12, 2006
Georgia Institute of Technology will explore the cutting-edge of nanotechnology in its Hands-On NanoBio Fluidic MEMS Workshop on June 26-29 in Atlanta.
Learn how small small really is. Gain hands-on biosensor fabrication experience. Build the needed foundation to design, fabricate, test, and implement next-generation biosensors.
The workshop features Georgia Tech experts and industry professionals including:
- Gary W. Hunter is the technical lead for the Chemical Species Gas Sensors Team and lead for Intelligent System Hardware in the Sensors and Electronics Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center.
- Zhong Lin Wang, Georgia Tech's Regents' Professor in the School of Material Science and Engineering and director of the Center for Nanostructure Characterization and Fabrication, is interested in the synthesis and properties of nanowire and nanotube materials; synthesis and characterization of photonic crystals; self-assembly of magnetic nanocrystals; and semiconductor quantum dots and wires.
The workshop is designed for scientists, mechanical and electrical engineers, technical managers, professors, post-doctorate researchers, and graduate and senior students.
Course fees include:
- Professionals: Hands-on labs: $1,995; lecture only: $1,250
- Students: Hands-on labs: $950; lecture only: $350
To learn more about the workshop, visit www.dlpe.gatech.edu/nanobio or contact Jennifer Wooley, assistant director of client marketing, at 404-385-7460 or email@example.com.
To learn more about nanotechnology, contact course administrators:
- Peter Hesketh, professor and director of the MEMS Group in the School of Mechanical Engineering, at 404-385-1358 or Peter.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ravi Doraiswami, manager of Georgia Tech's mechanical engineering clean room, at 404-385-4160 or email@example.com
Why Georgia Tech?
Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the Southeast's leading providers for professional education as well as one of the nation's premiere research universities. Ranked ninth among public universities by U.S. News & World Report, Tech's graduate programs are ranked No. 4. Georgia's Tech goal is to shape futures through innovation and hands-on training - the futures of our students, our community, our nation and the world.
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