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ISR Director Reza Ghodssi (ECE/ISR) and Maryland NanoCenter Director Gary Rubloff (MSE/ISR) will be two of the key speakers at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo, May 22?25 in Washington, D.C.

This is the largest global innovation conference in physical and life sciences. Its programs include the Nanotech 2016 Conference, the National Innovation Summit and the National SBIR/STTR Conference.

Ghodssi will give an invited presentation on May 25; his topic is ?Biofilm Detection, Monitoring and Inhibition using Micro-Nano-Biodevices and Systems."

Rubloff also will give an invited presentation on May 25; his topic is ?Nanoscale Synthesis: Enabling Structures, Devices, and Architectures for Electrical Energy Storage.?



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