Dillon Hall bearing nano Ontario logoWindsor will host the Nano Ontario Conference on November 6 and 7.

Conference on emerging technologies issues call for abstracts

Organizers of the fifth annual Nano Ontario Conference, planned for Windsor in early November and chaired by UWindsor physics professor Roman Maev, have issued a call for abstracts outlining poster or oral presentations by students and industry professionals.

The conference will explore the province’s capacity for developing nanotechnology, with an emphasis on commercial application and economic impact.

UWindsor chemistry professor Tricia B. Carmichael is one of the featured keynote speakers, along with:

  • Gregory W. Auner, professor of engineering and director of the smart sensors and integrated microsystems (SSIM) program at Wayne State University;
  • Lawrence T. Drzal, professor of engineering and director of the Composite Materials and Structure Center at Michigan State University;
  • David J. Lockwood, principal research officer for Measurement Science and Standards at the National Research Council Canada; and
  • Robert J. Nemacich, professor of physics at Arizona State University.

Abstracts are due by September 12. Find information on submissions as well as registration details on the conference website.

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