UNC-Charlotte Nanotechnology Conference

Join us for UNC-Charlotte's first annual Nanotechnology Conference on October 24-25, 2005.

Experts from various disciplines will come together to discuss the latest research, trends, and applications in nanotechnology.

The conference will focus on:

  • National Initiatives in Nanotechnology
  • Novel Materials and Theory
  • Nanotechnology in Medicine
  • Metrology and Instrumentation for Nanoscale Science

Invited Speakers: James Murday (Naval Research Labs), Jeffery Schloss (NIH), Douglas Lowndes (Oak Ridge National Laboratories), Fraser Stoddart (UCLA), Thomas Mallouk (Penn State), Richard Siegel (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ), Seth Marder (Georgia Institute of Technology), Robert Schull (NIST), Ray Tsu (UNC-Charlotte), Rudy Juliano (UNC-Chapel Hill), Scott McNeil (National Cancer Institute), Nigel Walker (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIEHS), Bob Hocken (UNC-Charlotte), Mark Shattenburg (MIT), Jennifer West (Rice U)

Registration: UNCC Faculty, students and staff $0 (Registration required)
Students(other institutions) : $20

Faculty(other institutions) : $40

Industry & govt : $60

Information and registration online at:

http://www.chem.uncc.edu/nanotechcon/home.htm

The conference will be held on UNC-Charlotte campus in the Barnhardt Student Activity Center (SAC) - Salons. Nearby visitor parking is available at Cone Deck 2. Directions are available online.

Contact: Prof. Ken Gonsalves [email protected] (tel: 704-687-3501)

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