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Event Date: September 4 & 5, 2002
Event Name: Nanotech Venture Fair
Event Sponsor: Infocast
Event location: La Jolla, CA
Event Venue: San Diego Marriott La Jolla
For details, visit: http://www.nanotechventurefair.com
Conference Details (from event organizer):
Infocast is partnering with leading venture capital organizations to bring
together the Nanotech Venture Fair. This event is designed to bring
together nanotechnology companies together with investors who are interested
in investing in this sector. This event will feature approximately 45
nanotechnology companies in areas including life sciences, electronics,
photonics, materials and more.

Contact Details: Nannette Mooney
Infocast
22134 Sherman Way
Canoga Park, CA 91303
Danville, CA 94526-4022
PH: (818) 444-4445, ext. 11
FAX:(818) 444-4440

Event Date: September 11 - 13, 2002
Event Name: The Albany Symposium on Global Nanotechnology
Event Sponsor(s): Albany Nanotech
Center for Economic Growth
Matrix Intermedia
Reed Electronics Group
Event location: Lake George, New York
For details, visit: http://www.AlbanySymposium.org
Conference Details (from event organizer):
The Albany Symposium on Global Nanotechnology, Lake George, New York, September 11-13, 2002, will strive to make sense of worldwide semiconductor and nanotechnology business directions to develop a global business view of the maturing semiconductor sector and the hot new field of nanotechnology.

Contact Details: LaMar Hill
Albany NanoTech
251 Fuller Road
CESTM B110
Albany, NY 12203
Phone: 518 437-8686
FAX: 518 437-8687
LHill@uamail.albany.edu


Event Date: April 22-25, 2002
Event Name: 2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience
Event Sponsor: Applied Computational Research Society
Event location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Event Venue: San Juan, Puerto Rico
For details, visit: http://www.cr.org/ICCN2002
Conference Details (from event organizer):
An Interdisciplinary Integrative Forum on Nanotechnology Computational Efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Materials fields.

Contact Details:
ICCN 2002
696 San Ramon Valley Blvd.
Suite 423
Danville, CA 94526-4022
PH: (925) 743-9466
FAX:(509) 696-6416

Email: wenning@cr.org


Event Date: October 11 - 12, 2001
Event Name: PHOTONIC NANOSTRUCTURES - Advancing Materials to Control Light
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event location:San Diego, CA USA
Event Venue: Wyndham Emerald Plaza
For details, visit: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/events/4051229.htm
Conference Details (from event organizer):
This conference bridges the gap between physics, chemistry and engineering in an effort to explore the impact of these PBG materials on the production of products that depend on lightwave technology. In addition, advances in commercialization and critical breakthroughs in photonic nanocomposite materials and silicon-based photonic structures will be addressed.

Contact Details:
The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
18 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
P: 617-232-7400
F: 617-232-9171
Email: custserv@knowledgefoundation.com


Event Date: October 28 – November 1, 2001
Event Name: IBC’s 8th Annual International Microtechnology Conference: Chips to Hits® 2001
Event Sponsor: IBC USA Conferences, Inc.
Event location: San Diego, CA
Event Venue: Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
For details, visit:
Conference Details:
Chips to Hits®, produced and organized by IBC USA Conferences, is the most respected independent event dedicated to Microtechnology for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. This event focuses on providing
comprehensive information on basic science, new technologies and their applications and case studies. Six years of phenomenal growth have made this event The World’s Microtechnology Meeting Place. This event provides an exceptional educational and commercial forum for academicians and industry scientists whose work deals with, or is affected by, microtechnology. For more information, go to http://www.chipstohits.com/?source=chip95.

Contact information:
Jim Prudhomme
Lifesciences Marketing Division
IBC USA Conferences, Inc.
1 Research Drive, Suite 400A
Westborough, MA 01581
Tel: (508) 616-5550 X205
Fax: (508) 616-5522
E-mail: jprudhomme@ibcusa.com


Event Date(s): November 9-11, 2001
Event Name: The Ninth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology
Event Sponsor: The Foresight Institute
Event Location: Westin Hotel in Santa Clara, Silicon Valley, California
Event Information: This is Foresight's annual conference. It will cover topics relevant to molecular control. An introductory tutorial on Foundations of Nanotechnology will be held on November 8. More information is available from http://www.foresight.org/Conferences/MNT9/index.html.


Event Date: November 15 - 16, 2001
Event Name: APPLICATION OF SUPERCONDUCTORS in Electronics, Communications and Computing
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event location: Boston, MA USA
Event Venue: Seaport Hotel and Conference Center
For details, visit: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/events/6191028.htm
Conference Details (from event organizer):
This program will address what is needed for superconductivity to become a commercially viable electronic technology. In addition, our speakers will present the distinctions between government-based and commercial application strategies and the proper timing to market for "Commercial-Of-The-Shelf" superconducting electronic products.

Contact Details:
The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
18 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
P: 617-232-7400
F: 617-232-9171
Email: custserv@knowledgefoundation.com


Event Date: November 29 - 30, 2001
Event Name: 2nd International Conference COTS MEMS 2001 -
Advances in Application of Integrated Commercial Off-The-Shelf MicroElectroMechanical Systems
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event location: Quincy, MA USA
Event Venue: Boston Marriott Quincy
For details, visit: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/events/7271106.htm
Conference Details (from event organizer):
In it's 2nd year, this international conference is designed to address the challenges faced by MEMS developers transitioning their technologies to the marketplace. Hear the latest from distinguished industry and government leaders covering such MEMS areas as telecom/optical MEMS, networking and packaging, RF MEMS, MEMS foundry, Si and MEMS, microfluidic devices, molecular nanotechnology and photonic MEMS. Conference presentations will highlight the issues of reliability, standardization, metrology, testing and quality assurance.

Contact Details:
The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
18 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
P: 617-232-7400
F: 617-232-9171
Email: custserv@knowledgefoundation.com

Event Date: December 3 - 4, 2001
Event Name: 3rd Annual CONTROLLED POLYMER SYNTHESIS - New Approaches in Applications and Processes
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event location: Cambridge, MA USA
Event Venue: Royal Sonesta Hotel
For details, visit: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/events/6211432.htm
Conference Details (from event organizer):
This conference will examine the advantages and limitations of a variety of polymerization applications and processes, such as living radical polymerization, radical polymerization, coatings and nanopolymers.

Contact Details:
The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
18 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
P: 617-232-7400
F: 617-232-9171
Email: custserv@knowledgefoundation.com
Event Date: January 23 - 25, 2002
Event Name: COMBI 2002 - Combinatorial Approaches for New Materials Discovery
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event location: San Diego, CA USA
Event Venue: Four Points Sheraton Hotel
For details, visit: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/events/8161326.htm
Conference Details (from event organizer):
In it's 4th outstanding year, COMBI 2002 meets the demands of industry, government and academia by addressing numerous technology transfer issues which are essential to transition technologies to the marketplace.

Contact Details:
The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
18 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
P: 617-232-7400
F: 617-232-9171
Email: custserv@knowledgefoundation.com


Event Date: August 30-31, 2001
Event Name: A workshop on nanotechnology and early detection of cancer
Event Sponsor: The National Cancer Institute and the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Event location: The National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Workshop Chairs: Dr. Leroy Hood, President and Director, Institute For Systems Biology, Seattle, WA
Dr. George Whitesides, Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Workshop Information: This workshop is an effort to explore the tools of Nanotechnology that could be applied for the early detection of cancer. The workshop hopes to bring together individuals involved in technology development and in cancer research to help understand and identify potential nanotechnology applications that can be translated and applied towards cancer detection.
For details, contact: Pothur Srinivas, National Cancer Institute, USA
Phone: (301) 594 1044
Fax: (301) 402 8990
srinivap@mail.nih.gov

Event Date(s): September 3-7, 2001
Event Name: Trends in Nanotechnology 2001
Event Sponsor:
Event Location: Segovia, Spain
Event URL: http://www.cmp-cientifica.com/TNT2001
Event Information: This conference is for presentation and discussion of research and related emerging areas of nanoscale science and technology and will be focussed on the design, fabrication, and characterisation of functional objects having dimensions at the nanometer length scale. The conference flyer is available in word format at http://www.cmp-cientifica.com/cientifica/frameworks/generic/public_users/tnt2k1/files/announcement.doc . Topics will include nanotubes, nanomagnetism, devices and machines, nanofabrication tools and techniques, and more. Companies will be able to present their new product technology and/or analytical instruments to the participants.

For further details, contact:
Antonio Correia
CMP Científica
Apdo. Correos 20
28230 Las Rozas (Madrid)
Spain


Event Date(s): June 3-6, 2001
Event Name: Biological Applications of Nanotechnology
Event Sponsor: American Chemical Society
Event Location: The Claremont Resort, Berkeley, CA
Event Information: This is an event in ACS' ProSpectives series for bringing together professionals working in newly emerging interdisciplinary science fields. Attendance is limited to the first 200 registrants. For more information, see www.acs.org/acsprospectives, or call 1.800.227.5558, or 202.872.6286. The event information will be available from the ACS web site starting on October 13, 2000.

Conference Chair: A. Paul Alivisatos, Chancellor's Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science, University of CA, Berkeley. Editor, NanoLetters (an ACS publication debuting in January, 2001)

Session Titles and Chairs:
New Tools for Analysis - Mechanical and Electrical; Paul McEuen
New Tools for Analyis -- Optical; Shimon Weiss
Organic Nanostructures - Donald Tomalia
Nanoparticles and Biology - Marcel Bruchez
Chemistry on a Chip - Richard Mathies


Event Date(s): June 4-5, 2001
Event Name: Nanocomposites 2001: The Path to Commercialization
Event Sponsor: Principia Partners
Event Location: Baltimore, MD
Event Information: This conference will focus on nanocomposite plastics, including materials, processes, and applications. More information is available from the conference web site at http://www.principiaconsulting.com/conference_Nano2001.html.
Event Date(s): June 21-22, 2001
Event Name: Nanostructured Materials: Application and Commercialization
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation, Inc.
Event Location: Chicago, IL
Event Information: This conference will focus on nanostructure materials
"by design"-application and commercialization studies, programmable
nanostructures production and application, carbon nanotubes and carbon
based nanostructures, nanofabrication technologies, standardization and
instrumentation in nanotechnology and more. See www.knowledgefoundation.com for more
information.
Event Date(s): June 25-27, 2001
Event Name: The First World Congress: "NANOCOMPOSITES 2001: Delivering New Value to Plastics"
Event Sponsor:
Event Location: Renaissance Chicago Hotel, Chicago, IL.
Event URL: www.executive-conference.com
Event Information: This conference is designed to bring together leaders from industry, academia, and national laboratories to present the state-of-the-art and discuss emerging trends in the business, science, and technology of polymeric nanocomposites. For more information, contact: ECM, PO Box 700272, Plymouth MI 48170; phone: 734-737-0507; Fax: 734-737-0508; e-mail: ecm@executive-conference.com


Event Date(s): July 16-17, 2001
Event Name: IBC’s NanoBiotechnology Conference
Event Sponsor: IBC USA Conferences, Inc.
Event Location: Paradise Point Resort, San Diego, CA, USA
Event URL: http://www.LifeSciencesInfo.com/nano/?source=2651-47
Event Information: IBC USA Conferences is very proud to have started this very important
conference with the help of key academicians and scientists from industry. We aim to examine important opportunities presented by NanoBiotechnology for biotechs and pharmaceutical applications including discovery through development. Come learn from the experts in this emerging field of science how to incorporate the transforming innovations and applications we are seeing today into your existing and upcoming projects.
Contact information:
Jim Prudhomme
Lifesciences Marketing Division
IBC USA Conferences, Inc.
1 Research Drive, Suite 400A
Westborough, MA 01581
Tel: (508) 616-5550 X205
Fax: (508) 616-5522
E-mail: jprudhomme@ibcusa.com

Event Date(s): November 3-5, 2000
Event Name: The Eighth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology
Event Sponsor: The Foresight Institute
Event Location: Hyatt Hotel, One Bethesda Metro, Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Event Information: This is Foresight's annual conference. It will cover topics relevant to molecular control. An introductory tutorial on Foundations of Nanotechnology will be held on November 2. More information is available from http://www.foresight.org/Conferences/MNT8/index.html.


Event Date(s): June 22-23, 2000
Event Name: The Knowledge Foundation’s 2nd Annual Conference on BioMEMS 2000 Manufacturing & Commercialization Issues for Micro & Nano Medical Devices
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation
Event Location: Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco, CA USA
Event Information: This BioMEMS conference will cover the application of MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) in the biomedical field. More information can be found at the conference's web site at http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/biomems2000.html.

Event Date(s): June 25-26, 2000
Event Name: BECON Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Symposium
Event Sponsor: The National Institutes of Health Bioengineering Consortium (BECON)
Event Location: Bethesda, Maryland USA
Event Information: The BECON symposium is designed to foster scientific interchange among the nanoscience, nanotechnology, and biomedical research communities. The symposium will include plenary talks, poster sessions, and panels. Panels will provide opportunities for communication to develop and identify future applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology relative to biology and medicine. For more information, please see their website at http://www.masimax.com/becon/index.html.

Event Date(s): August 3-4, 2000
Event Name: COTS MEMS Advances in Applying Integrated Commercial Off-The-Shelf MicroElectroMechanical Systems
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation
Event Location: The Claremont Resort & Spa • Berkeley, CA, USA
Event Information: The COTS MEMS conference will cover recent advances and facilitate discussion of commercial of the shelf (COTS) MEMS. More information can be found at the conference's web site at http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/cotsmems.html.

Event Date(s): September 14 & 15, 2000
Event Name: Molecular Motors:New Data & Research in Applications for Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
Event Sponsor: The Knowledge Foundation
Event Location: Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA USA
Event Information: The Molecular Motors conference will examine molecular motor mechanisms and discuss integration of biological motors with micro and nanofabricated structures. More information can be found at the conference's web site at http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/molecular2000.html.
Event Date(s): April 6-7, 2000
Event Name: Commercialization of Nanostructured Materials
Event Location: Miami, FL USA
Event Information: This conference will cover the current status of nanostructured materials and their current status in industry. More information is available from the conference website at http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/nanostructured.html.
Event Date(s): April 10-11, 2000
Event Name: Carbon Nanotubes: Advances in Cutting Edge Applications & Scalable Production
Event Location: Miami, FL USA
Event Information: This conference will cover recent advances in carbon nanotubes. More information is available from the conference website at http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/nanotubes2000.html.

Event Date(s): January 24-25, 2000
Event Name: COMBI 2000: Combinatorial Approaches for New Materials
Event Location: San Diego, CA USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/combi2000.html

Event Date(s): January 23-28, 2000
Event Name: NanoSpace 2000 Advancing the Human Frontier
Event Location: Houston, TX USA
Event Information: This conference will cover integrated nano/microtechnology for space applications. For additional information please visit the site http://www.nanospace.systems.org/ns_2000/Default.htm.
Event Date(s): November 21-24, 1999
Event Name: Euroconference "Nanoscience for Nanotechnology"
Event Location: Antwerpen, Belgium
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://hhipe.uia.ac.be/tvs/Confrncs/nano99.html

Event Date(s): October 28-29, 1999
Event Name: Utilization of Electroactive Polymers: Advanced Technologies for the Commercial Development of Novel Applications
Event Location: Coronado, CA, USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/electro.html

Event Date(s): October 15-17, 1999
Event Name: The Seventh Foresight Conference on Nanotechnology
Event Location: Santa Clara, CA, USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.foresight.org/Conferences/MNT7/index.html.
Event Date(s): October 14-15, 1999
Event Name: Mesoscale Modeling: Latest Advances for Materials & Structured Fluids
Event Location: Boston, MA USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/meso.html

Event Date(s): September 16-17, 1999
Event Name: Commercialization of Controlled Polymer Synthesis
Event Location: San Francisco, CA USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/polymers.html

Event Date(s): April 26-27, 1999
Event Information: Access Conferences International is holding a conference in London on nanotechnology during on the Commercial and Industrial Applications for Micro
Engineering & Nanotechnology. The conference will be in London, England. I think the topics
look quite interesting. More information is available from their website as a link in their
conference diary or by emailing look@access-conf.com.



Event Date(s): April 22-23, 1999
Event Name: Commercialization Advances in Large-Scale Production of Carbon Nanotubes
Event Location: Washington, DC. USA
Event Information: For additional information please visit the site http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/carbon.html.


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