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NanoDay 2014

& Electron Microscopy Workshops

June 11-13, 2014

Kim Engineering Building, University of Maryland

 

Confirmed speakers:

Dawn Bonnell, Penn Engineering; Karin Rabe, Rutgers; Ichiro Takeuchi, UMD

 

nanocenter.umd.edu/nanoday

 

Registration and poster abstract submission will open soon!

 

Hosted by Prof. John Cumings of UMD’s Department of Materials Science and Prof. Gary Rubloff, Minta Martin Professor of Engineering and Director, Maryland NanoCenter

 

 

About NanoDay:

 

NanoDay 2014 will feature plenary talks by prominent scientists in nanoscience, a poster session for breaking research (with awards), and networking opportunities. The next two days will be set aside for Electron Microscopy Workshop days, with in-depth presentations by experienced microscopists.



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