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2014 Foresight Technical Conference: Integration
February 7 – 9, 2014

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Palo Alto, California


For $100 discount, use code WANGNBF2014NANO when you register

Paolo Gargini, ITRS Chairman, former Intel VP of Technology Strategy

Conference Co-Chairs:
Robert P. Meagley, CEO/CTO, One Nanotechnologies
William A. Goddard III, Director, Materials and Process Simulation Center, Caltech

• Strategy, Analysis and Simulation
• Bionano Systems
• Commercially Implemented Nanotechnology
• Electronic and Optical Nanosystems
• Self-Organizing & Adaptive Systems

Over 20 speakers will present their research and vision within the realm of groundbreaking atomic- and molecular-scale science and engineering with application across a wide range of advanced technologies, including materials, electronics, energy conversion, biotechnology and more. Events will include presentation of the annual Foresight Institute Feynman Prize, one of the most prestigious awards in nanoscale science and technology.

Strategy, Analysis and Simulation

Banning Garrett, Sr. Scowcroft Fellow, Atlantic Council
Dan Herr, Semiconductor Research Corp
Steven Brown, Intel Corporate EHS
DJ Kleinbaum, Emerald Therapeutics
Meyya Meyyappan, Chief Scientist for Exploration Technology, NASA Ames Research Center

Bionano Systems

Ron Zuckermann, Director LBNL Molcular Foundry BioNano Division
Mark Akeson, Professor University of California Santa Cruz
Tejal A. Desai, Professor, University of California San Francisco
Francisco del Monte, Professor, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM-CSIC)

Commercially Implemented Nanotechnology

Stephen Roscoe, 3M Central Research
Boris Kobrin, Founder, Rolith

Electronic and Optical Nanosystems

Reza Arghavani, Managing Director LAM Research
H.S. Philip Wong, Professor, Stanford University
Dan McCormick, Founder, Advanced MEMS

Self-Organizing & Adaptive Systems

Robert P. Meagley, CEO/CTO, ONE Nanotechnologies
Cliff Henderson, Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ulrich Wiesner, Professor, Cornell University

Integration: The development and proliferation of nanotechnology through its applications in diverse fields are dependent upon the successful integration of nano-engineered devices and materials (“nanosystems”) into more complex micro- and macro-systems. Thus, this year the concept of Integration is highlighted, for the successful integration of nanosystems can impact the rate of development, application, and ultimately benefit.

Analysis, simulation, synthesis, and mass production are challenges for nanotechnology integration in such diverse applications as biotechnology, medicine, microelectronics, defense, energy conversion and storage, coatings, textiles, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and even food and food security

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