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Conference Overview

The Molecular Foundry is a nanoscience research facility that provides visiting researchers ("users") with access to cutting-edge expertise and instrumentation in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment. The annual User Meeting conference focuses on frontier research topics of interest to that community of users, providing a forum to disseminate results and exchange ideas, and bringing together leading researchers, junior scientists, postdocs, and students.

In addition to on-site users and Molecular Foundry scientists, meeting participants include researchers from universities, national labs, and companies across the USA and internationally. Approximately 300 participants are expected.

Synopsis

Dates
August 15-16, 2018
Registration Fees
$195   Standard
$100   Student/Postdoc
Location
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Berkeley, California, USA

Confirmed Speakers

Keynote Speakers:
Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Chemistry, Stanford University.
David Awschalom, Liew Family Professor in Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago.

Symposium Speakers (confirmed):
Harry Atwater, Caltech
Judy Cha, Yale University
Maria Chan, Argonne National Laboratory
William Chueh, Stanford University
Daniele Filippetto, Berkeley Lab
Takeshi Fukuma, Kanazawa University
Guillermo Garcia, Heliotrope Technologies, Inc.
Daniel Gianola, University of California, Santa Barbara
Aeron Hammack, EpiBiome, Inc.
Jingsong Huang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Na Ji, UC Berkeley
David Kuo, Seagate
Alessandra Lanzara, Berkeley Lab
Feng Lin, Virginia Tech
Suljo Linic, University of Michigan
Rajesh Naik, Air Force Research Laboratory
Yuan Ping, University of California, Santa Cruz
Markus Raschke, University of Colorado
Sujoy Roy, Berkeley Lab
Steve Rozeveld, Dow Chemicals
Holger Schmidt, University of California, Santa Cruz
Carolin Sutter-Fella, Berkeley Lab
Mitra Taheri, Drexel University
Jinhui Tao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Yang Yu, MIT
Beth Zotter, Cyclotron Road, Berkeley Lab

Highlights

  • Plenary session on Day 1, with keynote talks from prominent members of the nanoscience community and invited talks from Foundry users.
  • Poster session on Day 1, with drinks and appetizers.
  • Breakout symposia on Day 2, highlighting hot areas in nanoscience. Symposia consist of invited talks and panel discussions. more...
  • Networking with Foundry staff and users, to learn about the latest capabilities the Foundry has to offer.


Organized by the Molecular Foundry User Executive Committee and User Program Office.

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Meeting contact:
Dmitry Soustin
dsoustin@lbl.gov
510-486-7687