The upcoming TechConnect World Innovation Conference in Washington, D.C. is hosting a Graphene and 2D Materials Symposium at Nanotech2017. Through a collaboration with TechConnect, Graphene Entrepreneur is pleased to offer a 10% registration discount code on tickets to our readers, available here
The Graphene and 2D Materials symposium will be held at the annual Nanotech 2017 Conference & Expo, the world’s largest nanotechnology event, Washington DC May 14-17, 2017.
Nanotech2017 is part of TechConnect World Innovation Conference, a unique conference designed to accelerate the commercialization of innovations, and features over 4,000 attendees from a global audience of over 70 countries.
The 2017 Graphene and 2D Materials technical symposium chaired by Elena Polyakova of Graphene 3D Lab, includes invited speakers Linyou Cao, NCState; Mark Hersam, Northwestern; Josh Robinson, Penn State University; Anirudha Sumant, Argonne National Labs; and Heather Benko, American National Standards Institute, headlining two days of exciting presentations and posters.
Innovation Spotlight sessions will highlight early-stage companies and commercial-ready innovations and provide an opportunity to meet with investment and corporate partners from Aerojet, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Sherwin Williams, Owens Corning, Eastman, Corning, Huntsman, Evonik, Michelman, SABIC, L’Oreal, Church & Dwight, Baxter, and many more, and with representatives of all the US funding agencies.
On Sunday 14th there is a one-day short course on “1D and 2D crystalline materials: industrial applications”, which may be of interest to attendees who wish to broaden their expertise in this fast moving field.
Join fellow researchers, innovators, funding agencies, national labs, universities, tech transfer offices, and investment and corporate partners in Washington DC!
Further information about Nanotech2017 can be found here:
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