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Nanotechnology Day at Concordia University (Aerospace Focus)
Posted on May 12, 2006
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance, in collaboration with Concordia University, Office of Vice-Provost, Research, is pleased to announce the following:
Nanotechnology Day at Concordia University
Thursday, May 25, 2006
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
1515 St. Catherine West
(10:10am – 11:45am)
Presentation #1: (10:10 – 10:50) - 40 min.
Title: How Nanotechnology will Change the Aerospace Industry
Presentation #2: (10:55 – 11:25) - 30 min.
Title: Nanotechnology for aerospace applications, what is being done in Quebec
Presentation #3: (11:30 – 11:45) – 15 min.
Title: Micro and Nanotechnologies at DRDC
(11:50 – 12:35)
Panel Discussion: (45 minutes)
How Canada can Use Nanotech and MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) to Improve the Competitiveness of its Aerospace Industry
(12:40 – 1:30)
Light Lunch and Poster Session (displaying student activities in nanotech and MEMS)
For further information, please contact:
Cinzia Miscio, M.A.
Assistant, Vice-Provost, Research/
Adjointe, Vice-recteur à la recherche
Concordia University/Université Concordia, GM910-8
1455 de Maisonneuve Ouest, Mtl. (QC) H3G 1M8
Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext 5874
Fax: (514) 848-7399
About The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance:
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is involved in developing major nanotechnology initiatives throughout the world. With an extensive network of nanotechnology leaders in business, science, finance and politics, the CNBA offers leadership and know-how for establishing commercial-oriented nanotechnology programs. With its headquarters in Canada, CNBA is committed to establishing nanotechnology activity in Canada and promoting Canadian capabilities worldwide.
For more information, please visit www.nanobusiness.caContact:
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