The conference is a NSF-sponsored program review and research networking workshop focused on 21st-century nanotechnology. The three-day conference highlights the ongoing research of grantee projects and includes roundtable discussions designed to promote new research interactions among the greater research community. The conference creates an opportunity for timely dissemination of innovative research and education activities, facilitation of partnerships, and identification of future research directions. These interdisciplinary interactions help to advance the goals of the National Nanotechnology Initiative. (More about the NSE conference)
• Link to 2003 Conference Program (includes Project Overviews)
• Nanotechnology Highlights NEW!
Instructions for participants
Sponsored by the
National Science Foundation
Images above represent ongoing research from a few of the many NSF NSE projects. See Overviews and Highlights for further details. (Images from Brown University, Wayne State University, Harvard University, Northwestern University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and Penn State University)