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Interdisciplinary Symposium on Advanced Nano/Biosystems: Design, Fabrication, and Characterization  edit    delete

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Description: Nano/bio systems have emerged as highly interdisciplinary research areas in the last few decades, spanning physics, chemistry, biology, mechanics, and material science. Synergizing material design, device fabrication, and system characterization from the nanoscale is of fundamental interest. The Interdisciplinary Symposium on Advanced Nano/Biosystems: Design, Fabrication, and Characterization aims to provide a stimulating discussing forum for recent advances in material design, fabrication and characterization techniques, including experiments, theories, computations, and modeling. Specifically, the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Advanced mechanical testing and material analysis techniques
Multiscale modeling and simulation
Evaluation and characterization of materials and structures at extreme conditions (e.g., shock/blast wave impact, high and low temperature)
Mechanics of functional/smart/energy/bio-materials
Self-healing materials and systems
Design and fabrication of multifunctional nano/biomaterial system
Bio-inspired design and fabrication of actuator/sensor/gate/switch
Self-assembly of bio/nanomolecules and particles

The Symposium will include two days of oral presentations (Sep. 25-26) and one day (Sep. 27) of hands-on simulation tutorials and laboratory demonstrations, featuring work at the Beckman Institute and the College of Engineering’s Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory.
When: Monday 08 July, 2013 7:00 am CDT - Friday 27 September, 2013 4:00 pm CDT
  1. characterization
  2. design
  3. fabrication
  4. nanobio applications
  5. NanoBio Node
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