The 2010 Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Workshop

Venue: Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 04, 2010
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This intensive one-day single track workshop consists of a keynote lecture,
15 talks, a nanotechnology strategy session, plus lab tours. The workshop covers the
synthesis, functionalization, characterization, modeling, post processing, and
application of carbon nanostructured materials and devices. The goal of the workshop
is to benchmark where we are now and to discuss where we should be headed to make
breakthroughs in engineering materials and devices based on nanotechnology. The
electronic, thermal, and mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes and spun thread
are of particular interest. The workshop will provide opportunities to establish
cooperative research and to intersect different ideas in order to break down barriers in
nanotechnology. There will also be a talk on nanotechnology education. The
registration fee for the workshop is nano (no fee). A light breakfast and snacks are
provided. There is a fee for parking ($9.50). Lunch is available at several restaurants and
dining halls at the workshop location (cost is $7-$12). A workshop proceedings CD
containing powerpoint presentations and photographs from the workshop will be
provided to all participants. Confidential information should not be presented at the
workshop. No taping or recording of the presentations is permitted. Registration is by
email to Luree Blythe (blythela@UCMAIL.UC.EDU).