MicroNano Breakthrough Conference 2009

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MicroNano Breakthrough Conference 2009

Oregon Nanoscience and
Microtechnologies Institute
and Washington Technology Center
In these turbulent economic times, one thing remains unchanged: innovation driven productivity advances are the only basis for prosperous, high-wage regional economies, and commercialized scientific research is the best and most durable source of innovation advantage. More than ever before, the Pacific Northwest region needs to gather to advance 'science, commercialization and networking for the micro- and nano-tech innovation economy.
Who should attend:
If you are involved in the transformation from discovery and development to commercialization of products this conference is for you.

  • Scientists
  • Engineers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Venture Capitalists
  • R&D Managers
  • Administrators
  • Product Development Managers
  • Government Officials
  • Policy Makers
  • Non-Government Organization Officials
  • Students
  • Technology transfer specialists
  • Strategic Planners
  • Business Development Managers
  • Product Development Professionals
  • Investors
  • Investment Analysts
  • Proposal Writers
  • Legislators
  • Academicians
  • Legislative Assistants & Analysts
  • Intellectual Property Managers

Presentations on:

  • Advanced MEMS devices and applications
  • Sensors and systems, e.g. for motion control
  • Nanoelectronics and biolectronics
  • Nanoscale patterning and fabrication processes
  • Printed and solution-processed devices and systems
  • Nanomaterial design, synthesis and scale-up
  • Nanomaterials for clean-tech applications
  • Nano-bio technologies
  • Micro-energy and chemical systems
  • Nanoscale imaging and chemical analysis
  • Nanomedicine and cancer therapies
  • Nano-optics and optoelectronic technologies

Full Day Seminar & Shorts Courses - Monday, Sept 21, 2009:
Full Conference Registration includes the Solar Materials Symposium OR one of the Short Courses.

Solar Materials Symposium: 8am - 5pm
Nanotechnology 101: 1pm - 5pm
Nanotechnology Commercialization: 1pm - 5pm
Pacific Northwest Micro-Nanoscale Engineering Workshop: 
1pm - 5pm

http://oregonstate.edu/conferences/MNBC/index.html