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2006 International Conference on

Clean & Controlled Environments

Clean & Controlled Environments 2006

May 7 - 11, 2006
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A

 

The industry leading event for cleanrooms, contamination management
and controlled environments for small particles.

Symposium Sessions

7:00 Registration
 

Monday May 8

10:00 Nanotech Expo Open - Poster Setup - Coffee Break
10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A1
10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B1
1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A2
1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B2
3:00 Visit Exhibit Hall - Coffee Break
3:00 Clean and Controlled Environments - Awards Ceremony
3:30 Challenges for Manufacturing SWCNTs and CNT Composites
4:45 Clean and Controlled Environments - A3
4:45 Clean and Controlled Environments - B3
6:00 Poster Session 1 and Nanotech Exhibit Reception hosted by Advance Nanotech, booth #903
 

Tuesday May 9

8:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A4
8:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B4
10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A5
10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B5
1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A6
1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B6
 

Wednesday May 10

 

Thursday May 11

 

Symposium Program

 

Sunday May 7

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7:00 RegistrationFoyer
 

Monday May 8

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10:00 Nanotech Expo Open - Poster Setup - Coffee BreakExpo Hall
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10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A1Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
10:30 Understanding Cleanroom Wall Systems: Myth and Reality
S.C. Beck, LeChase Construction Services, US
11:15 Matrix Development: A Prerequisite for a Successful Cleanroom Design
T. Loughran, AdvanceTEC, LLC, US
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10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B1Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
10:30 Contamination Control for Ultra-Pure Water for the Emerging Applications in Immersion Lithography
B. Parekh, Entegris, US
11:15 Cleaning and Contamination Control Issues for Nano-Scale Devices
B. Kanegsberg and E. Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions LLC, US
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1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A2Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
1:30 ESD Materials & ESD Test Methods For Cleanroom Considerations
R. Vermillion, RMV Technologies, US
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1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B2Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
1:30 Improved “Smart” Solutions for Mini-Environment Control
H.M. Abramowitz and J. Zahtz, AirCare Automation Inc., US
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3:00 Visit Exhibit Hall - Coffee BreakExpo Hall
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3:00 Clean and Controlled Environments - Awards CeremonyRoom 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
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3:30 Challenges for Manufacturing SWCNTs and CNT CompositesRoom 202
 Session chair: Clayton Teague, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
3:30 What are the prospects for developing CNT-composites that are far stronger and lighter than other materials? (invited)
S. Kumar, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
4:00 What are the challenges in functionalization and dispersion of CNT component materials for industrial applications? (invited)
M. Banash, Zyvex Corporation, US
4:30 Why is it difficult to harness the properties of SWCNTs for light and strong composites? (invited)
R. Hoch, Hyperion Catalysis, US
5:00 Discussion - Challenges for Manufacturing SWCNTs and CNT Composites
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4:45 Clean and Controlled Environments - A3Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
4:45 Effectively Leveraging Technology to Improve Environmental Monitoring of Aseptic Processing
M. Goetter, Moda Technology, US
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4:45 Clean and Controlled Environments - B3Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
4:45 Challenges of Sampling Airborne Particles within Small Enclosed Spaces
J. Gecsey, Hach Ultra Analytics, US
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6:00 Poster Session 1 and Nanotech Exhibit Reception hosted by Advance Nanotech, booth #903Expo Hall
 

Tuesday May 9

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8:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A4Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
8:30 Why Choose a Design/Build Contractor?
D. Kirkpatrick, Western Environmental, US
9:15 The Green Clean Laboratory
R.K. Schneider, Clemson University, US
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8:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B4Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
8:30 Critical Cleaning Using CO2 Snow
R. Sherman, Applied Surface Technologies, US
9:15 Chemical Filtration Strategies for the Control of Airborne Molecular Contamination
B. Stanley, Purafil, US
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10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A5Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
10:30 Using CFD Modeling to Minimize Contaminant Migration in Controlled Environments
K. Kibbee, CH2MHILL, US
11:15 Building a Clean Lab for Research
S.L. Yellin and D. Acker, CH2M HILL Lockwood Greene, US
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10:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B5Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
10:30 Surface Cleaning, Particle Adhesion, in Nanotechnology
A. Busnaina, Northeastern University, US
11:15 Monitoring and Controlling Microorganisms in the Manufacture of Medical Products
G.A. Mosley, Biotest Laboratories, Inc., US
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1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - A6Room 204
 Session chair: Paul Nesdore, Controlled Environments, US
1:30 Uses of Gloveboxes in Containment Applications
C. Fink, CTL Corporation, US
2:15 Selecting the RIGHT Sterilizing Agent for the Sterilization/Decontamination of Clean Rooms
M. Czarneski, ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc, US
3:00 What’s inside your IPA Bottle?
L. Soltis, ITW-Texwipe, US
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1:30 Clean and Controlled Environments - B6Room 205
 Session chair: Patrice Galvin, Controlled Environments, US
1:30 Designing and Implementing an Effective Cleaning and Disinfection Program
J. Polarine, STERIS Corporation, US
2:15 Gravimetric Analysis of the Non-volatile Residue from an Evaporated Droplet, Using the Quartz Crystal Microbalance/Heat Conduction Calorimeter
A.L. Smith, Masscal, US
3:00 Health and Safety Aspects of Nanotechnology: How to Account for Potential Risks in Small Companies’ R&D
S. Friederichs, The Technology Partnership plc, UK
 

About Clean & Controlled Environments

The massive push for nanotechnology research and production facilities has resulted in an immediate need for state-of-the-art clean and controlled solutions. Clean & Controlled Environments 2006, co-sponsored by NSTI and Controlled Environments  Magazine™,  is a two-day conference covering all aspects of contamination controlled environments and cleanrooms.  It is designed to address the specific needs of industry professionals who are looking for the newest and most effective information on contamination control trends, technologies, products, and services. Both a design/build track and a clean technologies track are offered.

Conference Advisory Board

  • Adam Giandomenico
    President, Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions
  • Scott Mackler
    Principal Consultant, Cleanroom Consulting, LLC
  • Conor Murray
    Ardmac, Ltd. and Chairman - Irish Cleanroom Society
  • Raymond K. Schneider, P.E.
    Consultant and Faculty Member, Department of Construction Science and Management, Clemson University
  • Dr. Howard Siegerman
    Director of Technology, ITW Texwipe
  • Art Vellutato, Jr.
    Vice President of Technical Operations, Veltek Associates, Inc.
  • Steve Yellin
    Managing Director, Lockwood Greene

Topics and Application Areas

  • Air handling/sampling
  • Airborne molecular contamination (AMC)
  • Apparel, gloves
  • Aseptic processing
  • Barrier/isolation systems
  • Benches, hoods, glove boxes, cabinets
  • Bioburden
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
  • Clean packaging
  • Cleanroom services
  • Clean space economics
  • Cleaning/disinfection supplies
  • Cleanroom design/build
  • Cleanroom equipment
  • Cleanroom renovation/retrofitting
  • Cleanroom software
  • Cleanroom supplies
  • Cleanroon security
  • Construction materials
  • Containment/abatement
  • Cost management for construction and renovation
  • Critical cleaning
  • Energy efficiency
  • Environmental monitoring and validation
  • ESD/EMI
  • Facility equipment
  • Facility monitoring
  • Fan filter units (FFU)
  • Filling systems, packaging tools
  • Filtration
  • Flooring
  • Fluid handling systems and materials
  • Green cleanroom
  • Hazardous materials
  • Human contamination
  • Industry standards
  • Interior finishes
  • Microbial contamination monitoring/identification
  • Minienvironments
  • Monitoring/detection instrumentation
  • Nanoscale contamination control technology
  • New contamination control industry trends/technology
  • Particle measuring/counting
  • Pure chemicals/gases
  • Pure water
  • Regulatory issues
  • Surface cleaning
  • Temperature/humidity control
  • Test procedures
  • Ultrasonic/megasonic cleaning
  • Validation and certification
  • Vibration control
  • Wafer cleaning

Mirror Site

www.cleanroom.com

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