The Symposium will be held on Thursday, April 10, 2008 at the Scottsdale Community College Performing Arts Center, 9000 E Chaparral Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85256. This will be an all day event with participation from local, national and international organizations. The theme for this year's event is "Small is Big: Global Perspectives on Nanotechnology". Local, National and International speakers to participate. We will also be awarding scholarships to middle school, high school and college students for furthering pursuits in nanotechnology.
Additionally on Friday, April 11 all participants are invited to a luncheon for the French Delegation Minalogic from Grenoble, France from 11 am- 1pm at the Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe, AZ, 85281.
Key Note Speaker: Brad Buswell, Deputy Under Secretary for Science and Technology, Department of Homeland Security
Dr. Stefan Zollner, Freescale Semiconductor, USA
Dr. Lerwen Liu, Zyvex, Singapore
Dr. Alain C. Diebold, Albany Nanotech, USA
Dr. Steve Goodnick, Arizona State University, USA
Dr. Narbeh Derhacobian, Adesto Technologies, USA
Dr. Papu Maniar, Motorola, USA
Nicolas Leterrier, Minalogic, Grenoble,France
Dr. Hao Yan, Arizona State University, USA
Dr. James Kolodzey, University of Delaware, USA
Dr. Debbie Stokes, FEI, Netherlands
Dr. Normand Voyer, Director, Laval University, Canada
Dr. Steffi Friedrichs, UK Nanotechnology Industries Association, UK
Dr. Max Lu, University of Queensland, Australia
Dr. Tom Picraux, CINT Los Alamos Labs, USA
Dr. Peter Mascher, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
Panel Discussion: SBIR Funding Opportunities.
Moderator Brett Johnson Snell & Wilmer, Phoenix, AZ
John Waszczak, Raytheon, Tucson, AZ
Dr. John Lombardi, Ventana Research, Tucson, AZ
Dr. Matt Kim, QuantTera, Phoenix, AZ
Grant Anderson, Paragon Spaced Development Corp., Tucson, AZ
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The registration includes all the symposium materials, breakfast, lunch and evening reception.