Plenty of Beauty at the Bottom Image Contest

The RTNN and NNCI are supporting an image contest this month in honor of National Nanotechnology Day. Do you have an image that you think could win most stunning, most unique, or most trompe-l’oeil? If so, learn more and submit your image at the Image Contest Website. The deadline for image submission has been extended until September 25, 2019.

2019 KY Nano+AM Symposium

July 31, 2019 @ 8:00 am August 1, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

The 2019 KY Nano+AM Symposium is an annual event dedicated to bring together researchers/users in the advanced manufacturing fields of additive manufacturing and micro/nanotechnology to discuss new findings, share results, showcase capabilities, generate ideas, debate the future, and network with one another. The 2019 Nano/AM Symposium is open to all scientists, engineers, and students from a variety of disciplines including microtechnology, nanotechnology, 3D printing, additive manufacturing, healthcare, energy, advanced materials, MEMS, biotechnology, commercial products, defense, and nano-education. The goal of the symposium is to strengthen the collaboration between industry and academia in the above targeted areas.  Participants will hear exciting presentations about the latest nano/AM technologies, learn about existing state-of-the-art core facilities available to the public, and discuss ways that industry can access a wide variety of academic resources, including their most valuable resource – creative, hard-working students.  The 3-day symposium agenda will consist of a workshop day on AM and Nanotechnology, followed by a 2 day conference with parallel sessions for both industry and academia, several joint keynote presentations, poster presentations, sponsorship opportunities, food and refreshments, core facility tours, and a valuable evening networking reception.

Abstracts must be submitted by May 31, 2019

For more information and to register, please visit the event website.

KY Multi-scale Manufacturing and Nano Integration Node

http://www.kymultiscale.net/

Herman and Heddy Kurz Pavilion, University of Louisville, Belknap Campus

Louisville, Kentucky 40208 United States + Google Map

Webinar: Technology Pathways Toward Commercializing Nanotechnology

This webinar will focus on quality control in the manufacturing process and builds on the National Nanotechnology Initiative’s Technology Pathways workshop held in November 2017. Webinar panelists will engage in a dialogue about the importance of and issues surrounding quality control in the production of nanomaterials. NNCO Director, Dr. Lisa Friedersdorf, will moderate the discussion.

Panelists will open the webinar with a brief overview of their experiences, successes, and challenges in ensuring the quality of manufactured nanomaterials. These remarks will be followed by a Q&A period. Questions for the panelists can be submitted to webinar@nnco.nano.gov from now through the end of the webinar at 11:30 AM on September 19, 2018.

Panelists:

  • Katherine Barton (Director of Production and Laboratory Operations, Nano-C, Westwood, MA)
  • Doug Singer (Executive Vice President of Manufacturing, Cerion Advanced Materials, Rochester, NY)

This webinar is free and open to the public with registration on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is now open and will be capped at 500. Register here.

To learn more about the event, please visit the event website.

Kentucky Nano/AM Symposium

August 1 August 2

The purpose of 2018 KY Nano/AM Symposium is to bring together researchers/users in the advanced manufacturing fields of additive manufacturing and micro/nanotechnology to discuss new findings, share results, discuss applications, debate the future, and network with one another. The 2018 Nano/AM Symposium is open to all scientists, engineers, and students from a variety of disciplines including microtechnology, nanotechnology, 3D printing, additive manufacturing, healthcare, energy, advanced materials, MEMS, biotechnology, commercial products, defense, and nano-education. The goal of the symposium is to strengthen the collaboration between industry and academia in the above targeted areas. Participants will hear exciting presentations about the latest nano/AM technologies, learn about existing state-of-the-art core facilities available to the public, and discuss ways that industry can access a wide variety of academic resources, including their most valuable resource – creative, hard-working students. The 2-day symposium agenda will consist of parallel sessions for both industry and academia, several joint keynote presentations, poster presentations, sponsorship opportunities, food and refreshments, core facility tours, and a valuable evening networking reception. Abstracts must be submitted by July 1, 2018. Please visit the Call for Abstracts website to learn more. Symposium topics and sessions include the following:
  • Micro/nanotechnological advances and applications
  • Additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies and applications
  • MEMS and sensors
  • Microfluidics
  • 2D materials and devices
  • Energy
  • Healthcare
  • Semiconductors and electronics
  • What is the co-creation innovation model?
  • University co-op and internship programs
  • University capstone design projects
  • Addressing intellectual property with academia
  • Successful collaboration examples between industry and academia
  • Accessing university core facilities
  • What is the NSF NNCI and how can it help you?
  • Successful regional start-up examples in the nano/AM space
  • City and state initiatives to leverage related to nano/AM
  • Innovative educational and outreach programs
  • What does the future hold in the nano/AM space?
Register here. Registration fees:
  • $125 – Regular (before July 15)
  • $100 – Student (before July 15)
  • $175 – Late (after July 15)
For more information, please visit the symposium website.

Details

Start:
August 1, 2018
End:
August 2, 2018
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$100 – $125
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Speed Art Museum

2035 South Third Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40208
+ Google Map
502.634.2700
http://www.speedmuseum.org

COIN’s Focus on Nanotechnology

Come and meet the Triangle’s Growing Nanotech Companies!

This special panel event will feature speakers from some of the Region’s most promising Nanotech companies and afford attendees an opportunity to also hear from the Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network.

Attendees will learn more about the companies and the broad applications and impact of Nanotechnology across many fields as well as available resources in our Region. A great opportunity to learn and network!