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2014 Poster Topics

Below is a list of the poster topics that will be represented at this year's NanoDay. Posters will be available as PDFs after the conference.

  • Nanoparticles - Synthesis, Characterization, and Functionalization
  • Inorganic Nanomaterials and Applications
  • Nanomanufacturing & Hierarchial Nanoassembly
  • Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
  • Nanoelectronics
  • Polymer & Organic Nanomaterials, Composites, and Applications
  • Nano-bio: Science & Technology
  • Scientific Insights at the Nanoscale
  • Other

Poster Submitters

Space for posters is limited, so submit your title and summary now.

A small scientific sorting committee will check for correct classification and scientific suitability. Presenters will be notified when their paper is accepted.

Submit your poster information here

Poster Guidelines

SIZE AND TYPE: Recommended poster size (but not limited to) is the standard 30 X 40. Please make sure your poster is pre-mounted on a poster board as we will only provide a free-standing poster tripod. Binder clips and pins will be available if needed.

SESSION TIME: Poster setup is scheduled during registration (8-9 am), and can be taken down at the end of the day (5:30 pm). Poster awards will be announced in the Rotunda of the Kim Building at 5:00 pm.

DEADLINE: If you decide to send an electronic printable copy of the poster to be printed AND mounted at UMD, please make sure you do so no later than Friday, June 6th.

TO PRINT: Please contact the Engineering Copy Center, A 32" x 40" poster costs $50.00 (+$20 mounting)

PRIZES: This year we will be awarding three posters $100 to the top posters in the following categories:

Entrepreneurship - Posters will be judged on their suitability for developing into an entrepreneurial idea or securing industry investment.
Judge: Eric Schurr, MTECH

Newsworthiness - Posters will be judged on their likelihood of being covered in a press release or news article, including uniqueness, public appeal, novel application or significant discovery.
Judge: Phil Schewe, author of The Grid and Maverick Genius

Readiness for Public Funding - Posters will be judged on their suitability to be the basis of a federal grant.
Judge: Beth Brittan-Powell, Office of Research

When and Where to Deliver Your Posters (Coming soon!)

Poster Layout (Coming soon!)


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