Call for Poster Entries
2008 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Micro & Nano Technology Society-Wide Forum
Sponsored by ASME K&C and Institutes Sectors
Micro- and nano-scale phenomena and processes are widely explored across many ASME divisions to create new applications and to improve the existing engineering systems. This forum seeks to bring together ASME members and others from different disciplines/divisions with a focus on micro and nanotechnology. This year, the Forum will be held on Wednesday, November 5th, 11:30 PM - 3 PM at the mid point of the IMECE, in the form of a poster session followed by a Tour and Reception at Northeastern University’s NSF Nanomanufacturing Center. Light refreshments will be provided. The poster entries should be related to micro and nanotechnology, their phenomena, processes and applications. We will select a few to receive Best Poster Awards.
When: Wednesday, November 5th, 11:30-3:00 pm
Where: Hynes Convention Center, Room TBD
How to join: email an one-page nugget (in powerpoint) of your poster with an IMECE paper number (e.g., IMECE2008-*****) to Prof. Tony Huang (firstname.lastname@example.org) or other members of the organizing committee by October 20, 2008; This one-page nugget does not have to be a smaller-version of your poster, but it have to have the following information: title, author list, affiliation, IMECE paper number (if you have one), and some information about your work (a couple of representative figures, or an abstract, or a combination of both).
Forum Organizing Committee: Tony Jun Huang (Penn State, Chair), Gang Chen (MIT), Shaochen Chen (NSF), Robert Clark (Rochester), David Erickson (Cornell), Huajian Gao (Brown), Richard Jacobson (Idaho State), Sang-Gook Kim (MIT), Aaron Knobloch (GE Research), Wing Kam Liu (Northwestern), Ishwar Puri (Virginia Tech), Daniel Segalman (Sandia).