T HANK Y OU TO THE O RGANIZING C OMMITTEE Conference Chair Reza Ghodssi University of Maryland, USA Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs David Arnold University of Florida, USA Carol Livermore Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Local Organizing Committee Christopher Cadou University of Maryland, USA Reza Ghodssi University of Maryland, USA Matthew McCarthy Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Mike Waits U.S. Army Research Laboratory, USA Best Student Award Chair Jae Wan KwonUniversity of Missouri, USA
T HANK Y OU TO THE I NTERNATIONAL S TEERING C OMMITTEE Mark Allen Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Young-Ho Cho Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KOREA Alan Epstein Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Masayoshi Esashi Tohoku University, JAPAN Reza Ghodssi University of Maryland, USA Christopher HeblingFraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, GERMANY Roger Howe Stanford University, USA Nobuhide Kasagi University of Tokyo, JAPAN Hiroki Kuwano Tohoku University, JAPAN Jeff Lang Massachusetts Institute of Technology, GERMANY Holger Loewe Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH, GERMANY Ryutaro Maeda National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology, JAPAN Albert Pisano University of California, Berkeley, USA Susumu Sugiyama Ritsumeikan University, JAPAN Shuji TanakaTohoku University, JAPAN Miwako Waga Global Emerging Technology Institute (GETI), JAPAN Peter Woias University Freiburg – IMTEK, GERMANY
I NVITED P LENARY S PEAKER Nicholas Negroponte Founder and Chairman, One Laptop per Child Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA THE POWER OF POWERLESS
I NVITED S PEAKERS Mark A. Shannon University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA NEXT GENERATION MICRO-FUEL CELLS: FUEL STORAGE, CONTROL, AND POWER GENERATION Kiyotaka Wasa Kyoto University, JAPAN FUNDAMENTALS OF THIN FILM PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS AND PROCESSING DESIGN FOR A BETTER ENERGY HARVESTING MEMS Angela Belcher Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA ENGINEERING ORGANISMS AS BUILDING BLOCK MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ELECTRONICS Sang Bok Lee University of Maryland, USA and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KOREA FROM NANOTUBES TO HETEROGENEOUS NANOWIRES: FAST ELECTROCHEMISTRY FOR HIGH POWER AND HIGH ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES
P ARTICIPANTS BY R EGION 241 P RE -R EGISTERED (November 20)
Historic AFI Theatre Saved from the wrecker's ball by community effort and landmark designation, the historic Silver Theatre is a unique public- private partnership.
F ANTASTIC V OYAGE T ONIGHT 8:15 PM Fantastic Voyage is a 1966 science fiction film written by Harry Kleiner and consider by many in the micro/nano science and engineering communities as one of the first science fiction movies that inspired the application and use of miniaturization technologies.
Guided Tour of the University of Maryland, Maryland NanoCenter and Energy Research Center Thursday, December 3 rd
B ANQUET AT G EORGE W ASHINGTON ' S M T. V ERNON E STATE AND G ARDENS T HURSDAY, D ECEMBER 3 RD
T HE M ID A TLANTIC MEMS A LLIANCE Micro- and Nano-Technology in the Green Revolution: Energy and Environmental Sensing
S ESSION C HAIR C HANGE O1B – Energy Harvester Circuit Issues Jeffrey H. Lang Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
P RESENTATION C ANCELATION Paper O2A-2 Wednesday, December 2 11:05 MICRO REACTOR FOR HYDROGEN GENERATION FROM SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE
P RESENTATION C ANCELATION Paper O4B-1 Thursday, December 3 09:05 NOVEL NANOTUBE BUCKYPAPER AS ELECTRODE MATERIAL FOR FUEL CELL APPLICATIONS
Thank you for coming and we hope you enjoy the Workshop!