Sustainable Nanomanufacturing - NNI Signature Initiative Symposium

Sustainable Nanomanufacturing - NNI Signature Initiative Symposium

Symposium Co-Chairs

Paul KladitisPaul Kladitis
Program Manager
National Reconnaissance Office
Michael MeadorMichael Meador
Nanotechnology Project Manager
NASA
James Alexander LiddleSustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the Future
James Alexander Liddle
Leader, Nanofabrication Research Group, National Institute of Standards and Technology
World NiehInternational Standards Development in Renewable Cellulose Nanomaterials
World Nieh
Forest Products National Program Lead, R&D Deputy Area, U.S. Forest Service

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Douglas J. GardnerChallenges and Opportunities in the Scale-up of Cellulose Nanofibril Production
Douglas J. Gardner
Professor, Forest Operations, Bioproducts & Bioenergy, University of Maine
Edward M. SilvermanPioneering Nanostructures into Applications by Optimizing Structure-Property-Processing Relationships
Edward M. Silverman
Manager, Advanced NanoMaterials Laboratory, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Tiffany WilliamsEffect of Electron Beam Irradiation on the Tensile Properties of Carbon Nanotube Sheets and Yarns
Tiffany Williams
Research Chemical Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center
James WatkinsRoll-to-Roll Fabrication of Nanostructured Materials and Devices
James Watkins
Director, Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Lance CriscuoloCommercialization Challenges for Nanotechnology: A small company perspective
Lance Criscuolo
President, Zyvex Technologies
Emilie J. SiochiTowards Structural Nanomaterials for Aerospace Applications
Emilie J. Siochi
Research Staff, NASA Langley Research Center
John DorrEnvironmentally Benign Nano-manufacturing
John Dorr
Vice President, Business Development, Nanocomp Technologies, Inc.

Symposium Sessions

Monday May 13

11:00NNI National Signature Initiative - Keynotes

Tuesday May 14

Sustainable Nanomanufacturing NNI Signature Initiative - Posters 1:30
3:30Nanocellulose Composites

Wednesday May 15

11:00Sustainable Nanomanufacturing I - NNI Signature Initiative
2:00Sustainable Nanomanufacturing II - NNI Signature Initiative

Symposium Program

Monday May 13

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11:00NNI National Signature Initiative - KeynotesBaltimore 1-2
Session chair: Lisa Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
-NNI Signature Initiative - Keynote OverviewA. Carim, Office of Science & Technology Policy, White House, US
-Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Collection and ConversionG. Maracas, NSF, US
-Sustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the FutureM. Meador, NASA, US
-Nanoelectronics for 2020 and BeyondC. Richter, NIST, US
-Nanotechnology Knowledge Infrastructure (NKI): Enabling National Leadership in Sustainable DesignD. Hess, NSF, US
-Nanotechnology for Sensors and Sensors for Nanotechnology: Improving and Protecting Health, Safety, and the EnvironmentD. Farrell, NIH, US

Tuesday May 14

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Sustainable Nanomanufacturing NNI Signature Initiative - Posters 1:30Expo Hall A
-Nanospray Combustion Processing Technology for Nanomaterials Fabrication
Y. Jiang, C. Durkin, D. Lyman, D. Rajamani, A.T. Hunt, nGimat Co., US
-Process intensification: an integrated nanoparticle formation scheme based on Flash NanoPrecipitation
R.K. Prud’homme, Princeton University, US
-Scalable Manufacturing of Nanopowders by Solution Combustion Processing
G. Venugopal, D. Dressler, D. Webster, S. Johnson, J. Stieha, T. Brandenburg, A. Hunt, nGimat LLC, US
-Production of Glass Nanofibers with tailored compositions by Laser Spinning
F. Quintero, J. Penide, R. Comesaña, F. Lusquiños, A. Riveiro, J. Pou, Universidad de Vigo, ES
-Ultrafast synthesis of nanomaterials using microwave
X. Zhang, Auburn University, US
-A hybrid method for mass production of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (SWCN)
C. Marin, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, US
-A Low Cost, Modular and Reconfigurable Manufacturing Cell for Construction of Heterogeneous Micro-Nano Systems
A.N. Das, S. Savoie, University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute (UTARI), US
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3:30Nanocellulose CompositesChesapeake E-F
Session chair: Tom Twardowski & World Nieh, U.S. Forest Service
3:30NanoFibrillar Cellulose (NFC) - an emerging material for large-scale applications (invited presentation)
T. Lindström, M. Ankerfors, C. Aulin, Innventia AB, SE (bio)
3:50Nanocellulose-based energy storage devices (invited presentation)
A. Mihranyan, Uppsala University, SE (bio)
4:10International Standards Development in Renewable Cellulose Nanomaterials (invited presentation)
W. Nieh, U.S. Forest Service, US (bio)
4:30Challenges and Opportunities in the Scale-up of Cellulose Nanofibril Production (invited presentation)
D.J. Gardner, University of Maine, US (bio)
4:50Bacterial Cellulose Nanocomposites Developed by in-situ Fermentation
M. Osorio, D. Restrepo, C. Castro, U. Montoya, R. Zuluaga, P. Gañán, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, CO

Wednesday May 15

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11:00Sustainable Nanomanufacturing I - NNI Signature InitiativeChesapeake D-F
Session chair: Paul Kladitis, National Reconnaissance Office, US
11:00Sustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the Future (invited presentation)
J. Alexander Liddle, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
11:25“The 2013 NCMS-NSF Nanotechnology Industry Commercialization Readiness Study Project”
M. Mehta, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), US
11:45Functional Devices via Additive Driven Self-Assembly and Nanoimprint Lithography: Towards Solution-Based R2R Fabrication (invited presentation)
J.J. Watkins, University of Masssachusetts, US
12:10Scalable Nanopatterning using Roll-based Jet and Flash Imprint Lithography
S. Ahn, M. Ganapathisubramanian, M. Miller, J. Yang, J. Choi, M. Menezes, F. Xu, P. Hellebrekers, D. LaBrake, D.J. Resnick, S.V. Sreenivasan, Molecular Imprints Inc., US
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2:00Sustainable Nanomanufacturing II - NNI Signature InitiativeChesapeake D-F
Session chair: Alex Liddle, NIST, US
2:00Environmentally Benign Nano-manufacturing (invited presentation)
J. Dorr, Nanocomp Technologies, Inc., US (bio)
2:25Effect of Electron Beam Irradiation on the Tensile Properties of Carbon Nanotube Sheets and Yarns (invited presentation)
T.S. Williams, S.G. Miller, J.S. Baker, L.S. McCorkle, M.A. Meador, NASA Glenn Research Center, US (bio)
3:15Commercialization Challenges for Nanotechnology: A small company perspective (invited presentation)
L. Criscuolo, Zyvex Technologies, US (bio)
3:40Pioneering Nanostructures into Applications by Optimizing Structure-Property-Processing Relationships (invited presentation)
E.M. Silverman, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, US (bio)
4:05Rapid Deposition of Graphene Layers in MxRAM Devices
B. Boerger, S. Garcia, VersufleX Technologies LLC, US
4:25Novel Nanostructured Coatings onto Particles by Atomic Layer Deposition, Their Method of Manufacture, and Feasibility of Scale and Economics
J. Spencer, A. Weimer, ALD NanoSolutions, US

Special Symposium

This special symposium is focused on the goal of the National Nanotechnology Initiative Sustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the Future NSI : To establish manufacturing technologies for economical and sustainable integration of nanoscale building blocks into complex, large scale systems.

This initiative includes activities from the following collaborating agencies: Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Intelligence Community, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institutes of Health, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Science Foundation, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and Department of Agriculture.

This symposium will highlight challenges and opportunities related to Sustainable Nanomanufacturing and progress towards addressing them. In addition to oral presentations, a special poster session will be held where participating federal agencies will discuss Nanomanfacturing related programs, resources and facilities.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Measurement technologies for high throughput nanomanufacturing
  • Scalable nanomanufacturing techniques
  • Bottom-up and top-down processes
  • Nanomanfacturing carbon-based nanomaterials for structural, electronic, and energy applications
  • Nanomanfacturing optical metamaterials
  • Nanomanfacturing cellulosic nanomaterials
  • Nanoparticle release during life cycle of consumer products & nanocomposites
  • Roll-to-roll manufacturing of nanoscale materials and devices
  • Nanomanfacturing for nanostructured coatings
  • Novel approaches to shorten development and deployment times for new nanomaterials including accelerated testing, multiscale modeling, standardized test methods
  • From Atoms to Dollars: Challenges and Pathways in Growing a Novel-Nanotechnology-Based Company/Business
  • Manufacturing Challenges Associated with Obtaining Health and Safety Certifications for Nanotech-Based Products
  • Navigating Protection of Intellectual Property when consulting with mature industry to glean lessons learned from their experience

Technical Abstract Submission

Please first review the information for authors as well as the abstract preparation guidelines.

 

Journal Submissions

Microelectronics Journal

Microelectronics Journal

Published since 1969, Microelectronics Journal is an international forum for the dissemination of research into, and applications of, microelectronics. Papers published in Microelectronics Journal have undergone peer review to ensure originality, relevance and timeliness. The journal thus provides a worldwide, regular and comprehensive update on microelectronics.

For consideration into the Microelectronics Journal please select the “Submit to Microelectronics Journal” button during the on-line submission procedure.

Sensors & Transducers

On-line Journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’

Selected proceedings papers in the Electronics and Microsystems Track (MEMS & NEMS, Sensors & Systems, Micro & Nano Fluidics symposia, and MSM conference) will be reviewed and invited into a Special Issue of the on-line journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’.

For consideration into this Special Issue of the on-line journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’, please select the “Submit to Sensors & Transducers” button during the on-line submission procedure.

 

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