University of Maryland College Park

Maryland NanoCenter



Friday, May 11, 2007

Overhead view of Maryland Campus

Thank You!!

NanoDay 2007 was a big success! The day started off with excellent morning talks giving insight to the broad range of science inolved in nano between our own Maryland NanoCenter, NIST's newly opened Center for Nanoscale Science and Techonology (CNST), and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy's Center for Nanomedicine and Cellular Delivery.

We would like to thank all our volunteers for helping us make this event succesful. We also want to thank the AVS Mid-Atlantic Chapter for co-sponsorship and presence at NanoDay. Also, we want to thank all the poster presenters who came through with an astounding 120 posters and making the afternoon eventful. Lastly, we would like to thank all the visitors who made NanoDay worthwhile.


This year's speaker line up will talk on the topics of developing nanoscale science to enhance portable power sources, new techniques for drug delivery, building complex structures at the nanoscale, as well as the latest developments in modeling and sensing to enchance control.


You will have the opportunity to tour 6 state of the art labs that each play imortant roles in research and development of nanotechnology. Also, we will have student research posters displayed throughout the Jeong H. Kim Engineering building showcasing the latest research happening here at the University of Maryland.


  • FabLab - Lithography, deposition, etching, planarization, and other operations for micro- and nano-fabrication
  • Functional Macromolecular Lab (FML) - Polymer mechanical, thermal, dielectric and conductive characterization
  • KeckLab - Combinatorial nanosynthesis and multiscale characterization
  • NispLab - Microscopy and characterization
  • Orthopaedic Mechanobiology - Bioengineering focused on spine and musculoskeletal tissues

Poster Submission

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A. James Clark School of Engineering  |  Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences  |  College of Chemical & Life Sciences

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