NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantee Conference


The NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering (NSE) Grantee Conference will be held on December 6-8, 2010 at the Westin Arlington Gateway Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.  This three-day conference will review the tremendous progress that has been made in NSE in recent years, discuss research and education trends, and debate important issues related to nanotechnology development.  It will explore visions for the future in terms of scientific and engineering advances, manufacturing capability, technological innovation, public participation, and societal implications.  Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers and other NSF-sponsored nanotechnology research programs will participate as well as members from industry and policy-making bodies and government agencies.

The Conference is a combination of keynotes, panels, posters and program information sessions, grouped in three days, successively focused on:  nanoscale scientific and engineering Challenges;  development of nanotechnology tools and relevance areas; and translational research and societal dimensions.

Organizing committee is composed of  Jim Yardley (Columbia University); Mark Tuominen (U. Mass.), Dawn Bonnell (U. Penn.), Ahmed Busnaia (Northeastern U.) and Mike Roco (NSF)

We will provide detailed Information on this conference by email in August.  This information will be posted on www.nseresearch.org and www.nsf.gov/nano at that time.  The proceedings of previous NSE conferences are available on those websites

If you plan to attend, please inform Stefan Little, (slittle@nsf.gov), 703-292-8301, and we will place you on the mailing list for the conference.

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