Join the International Association of Nanotechnology and the Clean Tech Institute on Thursday, September 18, for our weekly Nano Lunch as we take a closer look at SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES (SEMs) and their practical applications within the field of nanotechnology.
Guest speaker Jim Rynne, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing for Novelx, will discuss how SEMs are typically used for imaging and characterizing nanoscale objects and materials, as well as the non-destructive imaging of energy sensitive samples, biomaterials and thin films. He will also outline how new SEM technology can speed research and product development cycles by decreasing the time from experimentation to characterization.
Mr. Rynne has an ME in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, a BE in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College and an MBA in International Business fropm Saint Mary’s College. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a product management and market development executive in the technology industry.
IANANO will also present a brief overview of its clean tech/nanotech training programs and resources. Cost is $10/non-members; free to members. The Nano Lunch will take place from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., and will be held at IANANO headquarters, 1290 Parkmoor Ave., San Jose, CA 95126. A light lunch will be served and networking will take place before and after the presentations.
Register now at http://nanotechcongress.com/registration-nanolunch.htm. For more information or to register by phone, call (408) 280-6222.
Added by kenheiman on September 12, 2008