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October 27, 2014 - On the occasion of the TNT2014 International Conference, a Graphene Networking Event organized by FLAG-ERA will take place in Barcelona, the 27th of October.FLAG-ERA is a FP7 ERA-NET that gathers most regional and national funding organisations (NRFOs) in Europe with the goal of supporting the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship concept and more specifically, the FET Flagship initiatives Graphene and Human Brain Project (HBP).FLAG-ERA will launch a joint transnational call (JTC) enabling researchers from different countries to propose joint contributions to the Flagships. In order to encourage and facilitate the participation in the JTC, FLAG-ERA organises networking events for stakeholders from basic and applied research and innovation.The FLAG-ERA Graphene Networking Event intents to bring together stakeholders in the area of graphene, taking advantage of the presence of a considerable group of researchers, industry and the Graphene Flagship itself in the TNT conference.
October 28, 2014 - On the occasion of TNT2014, the 15th edition of the Trends in Nanotechnology International Conference (TNT 2014), a Graphene one-day Symposium will be organized in Barcelona (Spain) at Auditorium - ONCE Catalunya. This one-day event will be organized in collaboration with ICN2 (Spain) and will take place on October 28. The Graphene Day entails a plenary session during the morning and the afternoon session will be divided in track A (Graphene science driven) and track B (Graphene driven applications).
NNCO Webinar on Progress Review on the Coordinated Implementation of the NNI 2011 EHS Research Strategy
July 31, 2014 - The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO), on behalf of the Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology (NSET) Subcommittee of the Committee on Technology, National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), will hold a public webinar on Thursday, July 31, 2014. The purpose of this webinar is to provide a forum to answer questions related to the Federal Government\'s Progress Review on the Coordinated Implementation of the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) 2011 Environmental, Health, and Safety Research Strategy. Discussion during the webinar will focus on the research activities undertaken by NNI agencies to advance the current state of the science as highlighted in the progress review. Representative research activities as provided in the Progress Review will be discussed in the context of the 2011 NNI EHS Research Strategy\'s six core research areas: Nanomaterial Measurement Infrastructure, Human Exposure Assessment, Human Health, the Environment, Risk Assessment and Risk Management Methods, and Informatics and Modeling.
July 20, 2014 - In its relatively short lifetime, research in field of colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals has clarified and revealed new concepts and mechanisms in photophysics, electronic structure, magnetism, interfacial chemistry, redox chemistry, charge transport, crystal nucleation and growth, and self-assembly, and has introduced new approaches to energy harvesting and conversion, electronics, catalysis, chemical and biological sensing, and biological imaging. The quantum dot field is growing rapidly and in many different directions. We created this new GRC to celebrate, compile, and push forward research in this complex interdisciplinary field. The conference will bring together an outstanding and diverse group of scientists who are making exciting contributions in both fundamental and applied research within the field of colloidal nanocrystals. July 20-25, 2014 at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.
April 20, 2015 - Optics and Photonics for Sensing and Security The SPIE DSS Expo is a 450-company exhibition on optics, lasers, sensors, image processing, spectroscopy, infrared systems, thermal imaging, optoelectronic components, instrumentation, data analysis, and more. The East Coasts largest exhibition serves attendees of both SPIE DSS symposia and visitors from around the world looking for new products that improve capabilities at lower cost. Chemical and Biological SensingInfrared Sources, Detectors, and SystemsLasers and Other Light Sources, Laser Accessories, and Laser SystemsCameras and CCD ComponentsDisplaysElectronic Imaging and Fiber Optic Components, Equipment, and SystemsOptical Components, including Specialized Lenses and CoatingHigh Speed Imaging and SensingHigh-Precision Optics ManufacturingNanotechnology ApplicationsLaw Enforcement TechnologiesRobotics and Unmanned SystemsPLUS New Technology Demos and Displays
April 20, 2015 - The SPIE Defense + Security technical program focuses on sensors, imaging, and optical technologies for security, homeland defense, and military applications, with specific focus on applications in security, law enforcement, port/border security, and avionics/aerospace. Present your work at the most important scientific conferences for these critical technologies.
September 1, 2014 - International Graphene Innovation Conference (GRAPCHINA 2014) is dedicated to the enhancement of Graphene based technology, innovation and research. The conference is organized by China Innovation Alliance of the Graphene Industry (CGIA) in Ningbo (China) from 1st to 3rd September this year. CGIA is the first national alliance ever, comprising dozens of top research institutions including Tsinghua University, Institute of Metal Research (Chinese Academy of Sciences) and other enterprises from China. CGIA is designed to provide opportunity to knowledge sharing and networking for those engaged in research and development, and deployment from Graphene based industries with investors across the globe.
July 9, 2014 - Plan now to attend GSAM 2014 and explore issues (the good, the bad AND the ugly) common in taking manufacturing to the next levels of miniaturization, integration, ruggedization, and automation. A wide variety of industry sectors - electronics, food, heavy equipment, technology and textiles - confront similar challenges with new materials, tools and processes, while ensuring speed to market. GSAM 2014 features high level speakers who have confronted these challenges and are willing to share their stories.
FlexTech Alliance Workshop: Flexible Hybrid Electronics for Wearable Applications Challenges and Solutions
July 10, 2014 - Flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) draws equipment, materials, design and manufacturing processes from two industries: the semiconductor industry and the traditional printing industry. FlexTech Alliance explores this interesting technology merger in a one-day workshop at SEMICON West 2014. One of the fastest growing applications for Flexible Hybrid Electronics is wearable electronic devices for health and human performance monitoring. This workshop will include a review of some of these applications. The semiconductor industry has evolved not only exponentially in terms of capability, but also in the applications it pursues. A recent direction is referred to as More Than Moore. Activity in this space seeks to address needs for more capability for wearable/flexible/conformal systems (even implantable), large size/distributed systems, and low cost (even disposable) sensor and smart packaging systems. Recently, printed electronics has made great progress in materials and processing technologies for flexible, conformable and robust applications such as wearable biomedical sensors and imagers, displays, consumer packaging, and toxic and structural sensors. Almost simultaneously, various techniques are emerging for creating very thin silicon chips and packages as well as flexible PC boards that can be incorporated in flexible systems. Finding ways to cost effectively and reliably integrate conventional processors, MEMS sensors, and high speed RF communications with printed/flexible electronics systems opens the door to wider applications, including wearables. Where do printed/flexible electronics systems offer the best solutions? Where could integrating traditional silicon into a flexible electronics format make most sense for cost or performance? What are the industry-wide challenges and promising solutions for process integration, handling, packaging, and testing hybrid silicon and flexible approaches? Join with subject matter experts and end users to answer these and other pertinent questions.
October 3, 2014 - Plenary meeting of the ISO/TC 229 Nanotechnoligies unit, which works on standardization in the field of nanotechnologies. Meeting located in New Delhi (India).
June 15, 2014 - Join us in Washington D.C. as Nanotech 2014 and TechConnect World expand their communities to be the worlds largest multi-industry research-to-commercialization gathering. We are pleased to announce the inclusion of the National Innovation Summit & Showcase partnering with leading Federal Agency programs along with the Nation\'s top commercially viable innovations.