Learn more about nano manufacturing Wednesday, Sept. 30.
The conference will be held at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) on the South Campus of Gateway University Research Park on Gate City Boulevard.
JSNN’s 2015 conference will bear the theme “From Innovation To Commercialization.”
The keynote speaker will be Dr. Michael Meador, director of the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office.
The conference goal is to gather together founders, CEOs, senior executives, business leaders, economic developers, educators, government and nonprofit organization executives to share their vision for the future and the opportunities that Nano Manufacturing enables.
“This conference is a real opportunity for those interested in learning more about advanced manufacturing technologies and how the application of these new technologies can help grow the manufacturing sector in North Carolina and the US,” said Joe Magno, Executive Director at The North Carolina Center of Innovation Network (COIN).
Attendees at last year’s conference came from North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas and Georgia.Sixteen speakers from industry, academia, government, and small medium size businesses to global corporation presented their nano manufacturing applications and future opportunities.
Register or learn more at http://www.nanomanufacturingconference.org/home.php.