Micro nano breakthrough conference planned for Portland, Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore.- A diverse group of people interested in the evolving growth of nanoscience and microtechnology will participate in the Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference 2004 scheduled for July 28-29 at the Sheraton Portland Airport.

This first-ever conference is designed to explore the difficult challenges within the Lilliputian world of nano- and microtechnology, as well as the promising business opportunities for rapidly developing and commercializing the smallest man-made technology in the world.

The conference is sponsored by the Microproducts Breakthrough Institute, which is a collaboration of Oregon State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash., and is a member of the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute, also known as ONAMI.

"Nearly every fundamental technology will be impacted by nano- and microtechnology in years to come," said Landis Kannberg, technical network leader for energy with PNNL and co-director of the Microproducts Breakthrough Institute. "We're merging leaders from all facets of the micro nano fields to explore the possibilities these emerging technologies will bring."

Conference-goers will be encouraged to engage in working groups, participate in roundtable discussions, share ideas and network with fellow industry and technology leaders. "We expect a wide range of developers, researchers, and business and government leaders to attend the conference to learn more about the exciting progress being made," said Kevin Drost, a professor of mechanical engineering at OSU and co-director of the Microproducts Breakthrough Institute. "This will be an excellent opportunity to share ideas, build networks and set our agendas for the future."

The event is designed for scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, business developers, government officials, students, investors, and a wide range of other professionals interested in the d

Contact: Geoffrey Harvey
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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