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Cornell NanoScale Facility

:: 2018 Annual Meeting ::

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

 

The CNF Annual Meeting is a special day-long event and an excellent opportunity for our colleagues to learn of the exciting research carried out by CNF users over the past year. The day will start with a plenary speaker and presentations from over a dozen experienced CNF users. We'll follow up the presentations with a Poster Session & Corporate Soiree. During this time, researchers will present posters of their work at the CNF, while our sponsoring companies will have display space in order to meet users, review resumes and talk about their job options and internships.


We look forward to welcoming you to the CNF!

 

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2018 CNF Annual Meeting Plenary Speaker

We are very pleased to announce our plenary speaker, Professor Cyrus Mody (C.C.M.): Chair in the History of Science, Technology, and Innovation; History Department / MUSTS Research Cluster; History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; Maastricht University

Prof. Mody is the author of "The Long Arm of Moore's Law; Microelectronics and American Science" (MIT Press), which covers the pivotal role and early struggles of CNF (then NRRFSS).


2018 CNF Annual Meeting Presentations

CNF PIs:

Susan Daniel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Cornell University
Tentative Talk Title: Bio-nanomanufacturing of Protein Therapeutics Using Biomembrane Microfluidics

 

CNF USERS:

Jen-Yu Huang
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University
Tentative Talk Title: 3D Printing of Hierarchical Porous Architectures

Aseema Mohanty
Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
Tentative Talk Title: A Nanophotonics Platform for Deep Brain Neural Stimulation

 Maxim Shcherbakov

Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University
Tentative Talk Title: Tunable Metasurfaces for Spatiotemporal Control of Light: Fundamentals and Applications

 

 

Information to Travelers
http://www.cnf.cornell.edu/cnf5_infotraveller.html

 

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Sponsor Plus!
Sponsoring the Student Awards!

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Sponsoring the Student Awards &
the Corning Incorporated
Best Paper!

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Sponsoring the Student Awards!

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If your company
would like to sponsor
our annual meeting, please contact Don Tennant,
CNF Director of Operations

Corporate Sponsor Page

 


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