Past Meetings and Events

Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) Workshop on the Interplay of Experiment, Theory, and Computation

The Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) is a new, multi-stakeholder effort to develop an infrastructure to accelerate advanced materials discovery and deployment in the United States. The goal of this workshop is to identify critical areas of materials science and engineering research that stand to benefit from the MGI, with emphasis on state-of-the-art computational approaches.

Converging Knowledge and Technologies for Societal Benefit

WTEC workshop based on a study focusing on converging processes in knowledge creation and innovation cycle considering the main science and engineering platforms, from foundational tools to human scale, Earth scale and governance level. The study has been conducted with expert input from a wide variety of disciplines, technologies and areas of relevance in the United States and abroad.

NSF NSE Grantees Meeting

Annual meeting of the National Science Foundation's Nanoscale Science and Engineering grantees.

2012 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

Annual meeting of the Materials Research Society.

National Research Council: Environmental, Health, and Safety Aspects of Engineered Nanomaterials Mtg. 7

This workshop will examine what research progress has ensued since release of the NRC report, and what other efforts are underway to address the scientific uncertainties and research infrastructure needs for a robust research approach to environmental, health, and safety issues related to ENMs.

Dept of Energy: Joint NSRC Workshop on Nanoparticle Science

A workshop focusing on synthesis, assembly and characterization of nanoparticles at the Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Lab. The purpose of this workshop is to coordinate research and users science efforts at five DOE NSRC centers, identify grand challenges and unique strength that NSRC centers have.

First Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization Conference

The conference program will address the critical aspects of sustainable nanotechnology such as life cycle assessment, green synthesis, green energy, industrial partnership, environmental and biological fate, and the overall sustainability of engineered nanomaterials.

EU-US Bridging NanoEHS Research Efforts - A Joint Workshop 2012

The purpose of this second Joint Workshop between the European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.) is to further promote and deepen the EU-U.S. collaboration on nanosafety research. The aim is also to develop the Communities of Research (CoR) collaboration and to bring them to a new level of activity.

Nano Connect: Promoting Collaboration

A Chicago-area regional event: NANO Connect provides a forum to promote collaboration among educators, industry partners, post-secondary institutions, and government in support of the Illinois Research STEM Pathway and statewide economic development.

DOE Molecular Foundry and NECM 2012 Annual Users Meeting

The Molecular Foundry (TMF) and the National Center for Electron Microscopy (NCEM), both DOE-funded Nanoscale Research Centers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are pleased to announce their joint 2012 User Meeting on October 4 & 5, 2012. The User Executive Committees will receive and review abstracts from the User community for talks during the event.