writing to invite you to participate in the upcoming
Congress of Nanotechnology 2005, which will be held
on October 31-November 4, 2005 in San Francisco.
The conference is being
organized by a non-profit association, the International Association of
Nanotechnology with a mission to foster research and business
collaboration in nanotechnology worldwide.
ICNT 2005 features more than 150
speakers and 50 plus poster presenters from 38 countries covering a
broad spectrum of Nanotechnology:
KEY NOTE SPEAKERS
PARTIAL LIST OF INVITED
Director of Nanotechnology Program, MOTOROLA, Inc. Temple, AZ, USA. (keynote)
Prof. Chih-Minh Ho,
Director of the Institute for Cell Mimetic Space Exploration, UCLA,
"Using Nano Modalities Towards the Control of Bio-Systems" (keynote)
Keith R. Larson
Managing Director, Strategic Investments, INTEL CAPITAL
CORPORATION, Hillsboro, OR, 97124 USA
Dr. Minoo N. Dastoor
Senior Advisor to the Associate
Office of Aerospace Technology, NASA, Washington DC, USA
"NASA and Nanotechnology"
Dr. T. Vo-Dinh
Director, Center for Advanced
Biomedical Photonics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, USA
"Nanobiosensors and Nanoprobes: Frontiers and Potential in
Prof. Fabio Pichierri, 21st century Center of Excellence,
Tohoku University, Sendai, JAPAN
"From giant molecules to nanoparticles: on chemistrys contribution
Dr. Kenji Hirose
Laboratories, NEC Corporation
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN
"Contact effects on transport properties of single molecules between
metallic electrodes: ab initio calculation study"
Dr. Thomas Sawitowski
BYK-Chemie GmbH, Abelstrasse 45, 46483 Wesel, GERMANY
"The use of Nanoadditives in plastic and coating composites"
Dr. Dietmar Vogel
Fraunhofer Institute for
Reliability and Microintegration, Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25, Berlin, GERMANY
"Nanoreliability for mechanically loaded devices."
Head, Laboratory of
Biomaterials University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, ITALY
"Nanosafety in nanotechnologies"
Mr. David Vivancos
President, NANOESPACIO, S.L.
Roadmap of Nanotechnologies for
Prof. László Guczi
Chemical Research Center,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Isotopes, Budapest, HUNGARY
"Nano structured Interfaces between Gold Nanoparticles and Oxide and
its Role in Selective CO oxidation"
Prof. Georgi I.
Center for Modern Medicine, Quantum Therapy and
"Nano-engineering approach in a
lesion zone in a neural tissue trauma"
Prof. E.R. Kutelia
Georgian Technical University,
Republic Center for Structure Researches (RCSR)
77, Kostava Street, Tbilisi, GEORGIA
"Obtaining of the Nano-Structured Ultrathin Membrane for the
Purification of Liquid Gallium from Impurities up to 8N"
Prof. Gordon C. C. Yang
Institute of Environmental
Engineering, National Sun
Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung 80424,
"Degradation of Nitrate in the Aqueous Solution by Nanoscale Iron
Prepared by Three Different Processes: Performance Evaluation and
Dr. James Highfield
Institute of Chemical &
Engineering Sciences, Applied Catalysis Technologies,
Jurong Island, SINGAPORE
"Carbon Nanofibre Growth from Low Temperature Methane Decomposition
over Skeletal Transition Metal Catalysts"
Prof. Deb Bennett-Woods,
Regis University, Rueckert-Hartman
School for Health Professions, Department of Health Care Ethics, Denver,
"A Practical Framework for the
Pragmatic Integration of Ethical and Social Considerations into Funding
Proposals for Emerging Technologies"
Mr. John C. Monica, Jr
Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, Ohio , USA
"Preparing For Future Health Litigation: The Application of Product
Liability Law To Nanotechnology"
Mr. Richard Helfrich
Capital LLC, Pleasanton,
CA 94566 USA
"Opportunities and Challenges for Nanotechnology Start-ups"
(Additional keynote speakers and
invited lecturers will be posted online at a later date)
Plus a distinguished group of
150 speakers from 38 countries.
For further information, please
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1. Presenting the ROAD MAP for Nanotechnology Industry
2. Focusing on
the converging of Nano-Bio-Info technologies
the state-of-the-art scientific and technological
4. Highlight commercial applications:
groups and forum on developing Nomenclature and
6. Working groups and forum on Nano Toxicology
7. Working groups on Education and Training
8. Investment Forum for Emerging Nanotech Companies
Forum on Ethics, Social, Environmental and Health Safety
10. Open Public Forum and Debate on Nano Economy