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GN09: Greener Nanomaterials Design and Production

SNNI's 4th annual conference focused on cutting edge research in greener nanomaterials design and production and brought together academics, industrialists and policymakers to discuss approaches to developing economically viable, environmentally benign methods to advance nanotechnology.

This year's 2-day program integrated presentations from national experts with regional representatives including a keynote presentations by Dr. Hilary Godwin from the UCLA California Nanosystems Institute, Dr. Don Tomalia, The National Dendrimer and Nanotechnology Center, Central Michigan University and Dr. Peter Mirau, AFRL. A poster session was held on Monday evening and included a tour of the new ONAMI Lorrey Lokey Laboratories at the University of Oregon.

Click on name for their presentations.

Monday's Program
7:30 AM Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 AM Welcome and opening remarks
8:45 AM Hilary Godwin-UCLA, "Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology"
9:45 AM Jim Hutchison-UO, "The Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing Initiative - advancing applications and reducing implications of nanotechnology"
10:30 AM Break
11:00 AM Robert Tanguay-OSU, "Optimizing in vivo Assessment of Nano/Bio Interactions to Guide Safer Nanomaterial Design"
11:45 AM Jim Hutchison- "Challenges for in situe Characterization of Nanomaterials - an Introduction of NIST activities"
12:00 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Galya Orr-PNNL, "Role of Particle Surface Charge in Cellular Interactions and Internalization Pathways"
2:00 PM Stacey Harper-OSU, "Updating the NBI Knowledgebase to Provide Design Rules for Safer Nanotechnology"
2:30 PM Break
3:00 PM Andrew Berglund-UO, "Using RNA to synthesize Gold Nanorods and OTher Nanoparticles"
3:30 PM Heather Evans-National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
3:50 PM Discussion/networking
5:00 PM Poster Reception at Lorey Lokey Laboratories on University of Oregon Campus

 

Tuesday's program
7:30 AM Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 AM Opening Remarks
8:45 AM Donald Tomalia-Central Michigan University, "the National Dendrimer & Nanotechnology Center, "The Evolution of Green Chemistry Strategies in the Commercial Production of Dendrimers"
9:45 AM Break
10:15 AM Doug Keszler-OSU, "New Approaches to Aqueous Processing for Electronics"
11:00 AM Peter Mirau-AFRL, "NMR at the Nanocomposite Interface"
12:00 PM Lunch
1:15 PM David Johnson-UO, "New Nanostructured Solids with Unprecedented Properties-Optimizing Thermal and Electronic-Properties of Misfit Layered Compounds"
2:00 PM Greg Rorrer-OSU, "Biological Fabrication of Nanopatterned Titanium Dioxide for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells"
2:30 PM Break
3:00 PM Mark Lonergan-UO, "Ligand effects on the stability, toxicity and photoconductivity of PbS Nanoparticles"
3:30 PM Daniel Palo-PNNL, "Microchannel Based Nanomaterial Production Technologies"
4:15 PM Discussion and closing remarks

 

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