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Program in Pictures
Nanoscale Science Research DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers Workshop: Enabling the Nanoscience Revolution
Renaissance Hotel
Washington, D.C.
February 26-28, 2003
              

The Workshop Program in Pictures

The DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers (NSRC) Workshop attracted more than 400 scientists and engineers from 90 universities, 40 industries, 16 government labs, and 38 states. The program included presentations from political and government leaders, technical sessions featuring top scientists and engineers in nanoscale science and technology, and the first national users meeting for the NSRCs.
 
 
Reception (Wednesday evening)

Nobel laureate Walter Kohn (right) from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Gabor Somorjai from the University of California, Berkeley

Sam Bader (left) from Argonne National Laboratory and Jeffrey Kortright from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

 


Yvonne Akpalu (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Andreas Acrivos (City College of CUNY) and Liz Flynn (Brookhaven Science Associates) at one of the buffet tables

 

Opening session (Thursday morning)

Pat Dehmer, Director of the DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences, welcoming the participants to the workshop

Keynote speaker Congresswoman Judy Biggert (Illinois) addressing the workshop on nanoscience and national competitiveness

 


Ray Orbach, Director of the DOE Office of Science, discussing nanoscience in the Office of Science

John Marburger, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, speaking on nanoscience and the national research agenda

 

Science session (Thursday morning)

George Whitesides (Harvard University) describing the nature of nanoscience

Nobel laureate Richard Smalley (Rice University) speaking about nanotechnology, nanotubes, and energy

 


Gabor Somorjai (University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) lecturing on catalysis and nanoscience

Paul Alivisatos (University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) presenting an integrated view of the Nanoscale Science Research Centers

 

Lunch (Thursday)

Jim Roberto (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Pat Dehmer (Department of Energy), Representative Zach Wamp, and Bill Madia (Director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Representative Zach Wamp (Tennessee) addressing the luncheon

 

 

Industry session (Thursday afternoon)

From left to right, Thomas Theis (IBM) described nanoscience and the future of information technology, Scott Donnelly (General Electric) spoke on nanotechnology from materials science to industrial applications, and Larry Bock (Nanosys, Inc.) presented a venture capitalist's view of nanoscience and nanotechnology.

 

 

Agency session (Thursday afternoon)

The agency session included five invited speakers describing research priorities and opportunities in nanoscale science and technology. From left to right, Clifford Lau (Department of Defense), Jeffrey Schloss (National Institutes of Health), Thomas Weber (National Science Foundation), and Harry Patridge (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Not shown: Pat Dehmer (Department of Energy).

 

Student poster session and reception (Thursday afternoon)

 

Senator Pete Domenici from New Mexico (above and right) addressed the attendees prior to the reception on Thursday evening
Shown with their posters are undergraduate students Lori Collins (left) from York College of the CUNY and Wei Fan from Northwestern University

 

First national NSRC users meeting (Friday morning)

 

From left to right, Beverly Hartline (Argonne National Laboratory), Mark Alper (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Doug Lowdnes (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Bob Hwang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and Terry Michalske (Sandia National Laboratories) conduct the first national NSRC users meeting
Daryush Ila (Alabama A&M University) participates in the users meeting discussion

 

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