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Nano Science and Technology Institute 1998 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference & Trade Show
Nanotech 98
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Nanotech 98 Conference Technical Program

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Program at a Glance

Monday Tuesday Wednesday
8:15 Conference Opening
8:30 Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures
10:00 Break Break Break
10:20 Bulk and Topography Processing 1
Characterization, Parameter Extraction, Calibration 1
Keynote Lectures Applications: Microfluidics 2
Characterization, Parameter Extraction, Calibration 2
12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:20 Applications: Microfluidics 1
Modeling 1
Applications: Optics, Electromagnetics 2
Modeling 2
Applications: Semiconductors 1
Discretization, Numerics, Computational Efficiency 2
15:00 Break Break Break
Poster Sessions A
15:20 Themal Modeling 1
Equivalent Circuits, Behavioral and Multilevel Simulation 1
15:30 Applications: Pressure, Actuation, Navigation
Discretization, Numerics, Computational Efficiency 1
16:30 Break
Poster Sessions B
17:00 Vendor and Publisher Exhibition ends
18:00 Cocktail reception
19:00 Banquet

Session room color key

Orange Salon 4 Dark Blue Salon 5
Yellow Salon 6 Red Salons 4-5

Sunday 4/5

14:00 - 18:00 Vendor and Publisher Exhibition starts in Salon 6
17:00 - 18:00 Registration

Keynote Lectures

  • An Approach to Macro-Modeling of MEMS Devices
    Stephen D. Senturia, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Challenges in Process Modeling for MEMS
    Robert W. Dutton, Stanford University, USA
  • CMOS MEMS and their Simulation
    Henry Baltes, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Zürich
  • Micromanipulation and Robotic Technology
    Toshio Fukuda, University of Nagoya, Japan
  • Simulation and Modeling of Optoelectronics Devices, Circuits & Systems
    Karl Wyatt, Motorola, USA
  • A Multi-disciplinary Design Flow for Designing Embedded System on Silicon
    Ivo Bolsens, IMEC, Belgium
  • Breaking the Curse of Dimensionality: Efficient Techniques for Microsystem Modeling and Simulation
    Selden B. Crary, University of Michigan, USA, Danish Technical University, Lyngby, Denmark
  • Visual Programming Environment for Modeling and Simulation
    Ramiro Jordan, University of New Mexico, USA
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