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Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility
2017 Annual Meeting & 40th Anniversary Celebration

Thursday, September 14, 2017
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York


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Thursday, September 14, 2017

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Invited Speaker Presentations & Kavli Panel Discussion (G10 Biotech Building)
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Poster Session & Corporate Soiree (Duffield Hall Atrium)

Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility
2017 Annual Meeting & 40th Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, September 14, 2017


Schedule as of August 29th....


Morning Session

8:00-8:45 a.m. Registration & Hot Breakfast Buffet (Foyer, Biotechnology Building)

Welcoming Remarks (G10 Biotechnology Building)
Session Chair, Christopher Ober

8:45-8:55a, Christopher Ober, Lester B. Knight Director, Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF), Cornell University
“Welcome! CNF’s 40th Anniversary and its new life as part of NNCI"

8:55-9:15a, Robert Buhrman, John Edson Sweet Professor of Engineering, Cornell University
“CNF, from the Beginning!”

Plenary Speaker (G10 Biotechnology Building)

9:15-10:00a, Professor George Malliaras, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
"Interfacing with the Brain using Organic Electronics"

10:00-10:15, Break

Session Chair, Elizabeth Rhoades

10:15-10:40, Michael Guillorn, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights
"Technology Development for the AI Era: Opportunities for Nanotechnology"

10:40-11:05, Nicholas Abbott, Chemical & Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Molecular Self-Assembly in Topological Defects of Liquid Crystals"

11:05-11:30, Elsa Reichmanis, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
"From Silicon to Plastic: A Path to Robust Stretchable Devices"
11:30-1:00, Lunch (Statler Ballroom)

Afternoon Session

1:00-1:15, Lance Collins
, Dean of Engineering, Cornell University

"Welcome to the Afternoon Session -- and Congratulations to CNF!"

Session Chair, Amrita Banerjee

1:15-1:40, Paul McEuen, Physics Department, Cornell University
"Origami with 2D Materials"

1:40-2:05, Robert Allen, IBM Research - Almaden
"The Importance of a NanoFabrication Facility in Materials Innovation for Advanced Electronics"

2:05-2:30, Richard Vaia, Air Force Research Laboratory's Materials and Manufacturing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
"Flex-Hybrid Electronics: Revolutions from Health Monitoring to Aerospace"
2:30-2:55, Break

Session Chair, Michael Skvarla
2:55-3:20, Narayan Sundararajan, New Technology Group, Intel, Grameen Intel Social Business
"IoT - For Sports, Entertainment and Social Impact"

3:20-3:45, Jie Shan, Associate Professor of Physics, The Pennsylvania State University

3:45-4:10, Richard Howard, Winlab, Rutgers University
"IOT Everywhere--Sounds Great, but What Are the Hidden Challenge
4:10-4:15, Break for panel set up

4:15-5:00, Kavli Panel Discussion

Session Chair, Donald Tennant

Presenters: George Malliaras, Else Reichmanis, Richard Howard, Richard Vaia, Michael Guillorn

5:00-5:30p, Break for poster session set up

5:30-7:30, Poster Session & Corporate Soiree (Duffield Hall Atrium)

CNF User Poster Awards, the Corning Best Poster Award, and the Nellie Yeh-Poh Lin Whetten Memorial Award will be given out at 7:00 p.m. 

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