Welcome to the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)
35th Anniversary Celebration
& Annual Meeting
Held Thursday, July 19, 2012
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
This special event was an opportunity to learn about the latest nano-research and research trends as the experts see them. The 2012 CNF Annual Meeting celebrated our thirty-five years of partnership with the National Science Foundation, and was used to form a vision for the next decade of service to the research community.
:: Cornell Chronicle Article ::
Annual Meeting Proceedings
THE SPEAKERS BELOW ARE NOW LINKED TO THEIR VIDEO!
Don Tennant & Dan Ralph
Dr. William Brinkman
Director of the Office of Science,
US Department of Energy
Prof. Neil Gershenfeld
"Computation and Fabrication"
Director, The Center for Bits and Atoms, MIT
Prof. Roger Howe
"Vacuum Nanosystems for Energy Conversion"
NNIN Director, Stanford University
Dr. Jordan A. Katine
"Nanoscale Magnetic Devices in Technological Applications"
Prof. Michal Lipson
"Manipulating Light on Chip"
Electrical & Computer Engineering, Cornell University
Prof. Celeste Nelson
"Teeny Tiny Tissues: Using Fabrication to
Understand and Manipulate Organ Development"
Chemical & Biological Engineering, Princeton University
[abstract/bio] [no video taken]
Prof. John Rogers
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
[unable to attend!]
Prof. Christopher Ober
"The Challenge of Nano: Making patterns
on the size scale of macromolecules"
Cornell Center for Materials Research, Cornell University
THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY PHOTOGRAPHS
The link below should take you to a Shutterfly website where you will find 121 CNF annual meeting photographs. Please note! "SW" in the name of the photograph stands for our staff member, Sam Wright; "UP" stands for Robert Barker, University Photography. Please properly credit the appropriate photographer if you use any of these photos for any reason. Thank you!
Shutterfly / CNF 35th Photo Site
THE CNF 35TH ANNIVERSARY AWARD WINNERS
Erica Eunjung Jung; Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
CNF 35th Anniversary Poster Award Winners:
Yuerui Lu; Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University
Obafemi Otelaja; Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University
Sarah Reinholt; Biological and Environmental Engineering Cornell University
M. Elizabeth Welch; Materials Science & Engineering, Cornell University
CNF 35th Anniversary Nellie Yeh-Poh Lin Whetten Memorial Award Winner:
Samantha Roberts; Physics, Cornell University