Join us for our 11th Annual Half Day Fall Symposium on Biomimetic Nanotechnology
Tuesday Nov 17, 2015
Registration opens: 12:00 PM
Conference: 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Texas Instruments (TI) Auditorium E-1
2900 Semiconductor Drive
Santa Clara, CA
Everywhere in nature, nanoscale features enable macro-scale phenomena.
• How is it that geckos can cling to smooth vertical surfaces and never lose their grip?
• What makes butterfly wings iridescent?
• How do chameleons change their hue?
• What keeps lily pads dry in a rainstorm?
The answer is specialized nanostructures!
Come on Nov. 17 and learn about fascinating examples of biomimicry on the nanoscale.
The symposium will also provide a forum for networking and the exchange of information among local academics, students, scientists, engineers, early stage venture capitalists and entrepreneurs who share an interest in nanotechnology and its biomimetic applications.
Nanostructured Interfaces for Therapeutic Delivery–Tejal Desai, UC San Francisco
Lessons from Brain Connectivity for Next Gen 3D NanoICs–Jan Rabaey, UC Berkeley
Nanopore Sequencing of DNA Comes of Age–Hugh Olsen and Miten Jain, UC Santa Cruz
A Chameleon-Inspired Stretchable Electronic Skin–Ho-Hsiu Chou, Stanford University
There will also be a student poster session displaying student research in nanotechnology.
Fees (online registration):
IEEE Members: $25
Non-IEEE Members: $35
Unemployed/Between Jobs: $20
Students (with ID): $15
Save $5 with early registration — by November 10th
Add $10 for Registration at the door
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