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Nanotech 2002, the nanotechnology conference and trade show
2002 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show
Nanotech 2002
April 22-25, 2002
San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino
San Juan , Puerto Rico, U.S.A.

Keynotes

The Vision and Action Plan of the National Nanotechnology Initiative
Mihail Roco, National Science Foundation
The Inverse Band Structure Approach: Given the desired electronic property, find the atomic configuration
Alex Zunger, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
The number of human genes and proteins
Daniel B. Davison, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Associate Director Bioinformatics
Complex Fluid Dynamics in BioMEMS Devices
Dorian Liepmann, University of California at Berkeley
What to do with Statistical Mechanics when the Figure of Merit Cannot be Calculated: Library Design for High-Throughput Materials Development
Michael W. Deem, University of California Los Angeles
Design and Engineering of Bio-Molecular Devices and Microsystems
Anantha Krishnan, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Modeling and Simulation for MEMS Design, Industrial Requirements
Reinhard Neul, Robert Bosch GmbH, DE

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    Technical Proceedings 
of the 2002 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Full Set 
(hardcopy)Nanotech 2002, Vol. 1-2
    • Technical Proceedings of the 2002 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show
    • 1,298 pages of nanotechnology, biotechnology and microsystems papers

    Conference Highlights

    Keynote Lectures

    Special Sessions

    • Molecular and Nanoelectronics
      Alex Demkov, Physical Sciences Research Labs, Motorola Inc., M.P. Anantram, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
    • Nanoscale Modeling of Front-End Processing in Silicon
      Wolfgang Windl, Motorola, USA
    • Mechanical Properties at the Nanoscale
      Murray Daw, Clemson University, USA
    • Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics Modeling of Soft Condensed Matter
      S.J. Paddison, Motorola, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
    • Computer Aided Drug Design
      Kurt Krause, University of Houston, USA
    • Extended-Scale Atomistic Simulation Methods
      Arthur F. Voter, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
    • Fundamentals in Microsystems
      Wenjing Ye, John Pelesko, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    • Simulation of Quantum Effects in Semiconductor Microstructures
      David Ferry, Arizona State University, USA
    • Interdisciplinary Design and Simulation Methods for Micro-and Biomedical Fluidic Applications
      Steffen Hardt, Inst. of Microtech., Mainz, Germany

    Tutorials, Short Courses & Workshops

    • Techniques for Extracting Low-Order Micromachined Device Models from Physical Simulation
      Jacob White, MIT, USA
    • Design of Experiments
      Selden Crary, Crary Group, USA
    • Verilog-A Hardware Description Language
      Ira Miller, Motorola, USA
    • 3 Day Workshop on Compact Modeling
      Xing Zhou, Nanyang Tech. Univ., Singapore
    • ANSYS Tutorial on MEMS
      ANSYS, Inc., USA
    • SUGAR: A MEMS Simulation Program
      David Dindel, UC Berkeley, USA

    Sponsored and Endorsed by:

    • DARPA
    • APS
    • SIAM
    • Sloan Foundation
    • IEEE-EDS
    • TIMA-CMP
    • EPFL
    • ISTEC
    • ACRS

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    Puerto Rico

    San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino
    San Juan, Puerto Rico, U.S.A.

    Located on the Condado Beach, 10 minutes from the airport with easy and organized access to Old and new San Juan, El Murro Fort, El Yunqua Rain Forest National Park, Camuy Caverns, Arecibo Observatory, Bacardi Rum Distillery, San Juan Business district, Shopping and Dining venues, Theater and Nightlife, Historical and Cultural landmarks.

    Nanotech 2002 Is Held In Association With

    2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience

    ICCN 2002

    Fifth International Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems

    MSM 2002
     
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