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PerkinElmer- 2013 NanoLytica Educational Symposium
Thursday, March 14, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
Burnaby, British Columbia
PerkinElmer in partnership with Simon Fraser University Chemistry Department, 4D Labs at SFU, and NSERC is providing a forum where academic, government, and industrial researchers can come together to share insights on nanomaterial analytical techniques developed in the areas of advanced materials, life sciences, energy and the environment.
This symposium is a great opportunity for you to learn from colleagues and peers and discover the latest technological advances and analytical techniques in nanotechnoogy and advanced materials.
• Hands On with both instruments and accessories
• PerkinElmer experts availble to provide solutions
• Lunch and technical demonstrations
• Complete Nano Primer
We invite all scientists and engineers from academia, government or industry to submit posters for consideration at the NanoLytica event. It's your chance to share your ideas and experiences with others working in this field. The best student presented poster will WIN AN APPLE iPAD
- Dual Emission in Mn2+-doped Semiconductors
Dr. Emily McLaurin, Postdoctoral Associate, University of Washington
- Characterization techniques for nanotechnology, An overiew
Brian Wong, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer
- Encouraging Nanotechnology Research and Innovation
Dr.Jose Raez, Business Development Officer, National Institue for Nanotechnology
- Nanoparticles in the Aqueous Systems
Dr. Denise Mitrano,Colorado School of Mines
- Nanotech & Cleantech: Opportunity Knocks, Pitfalls Await
Andrew Haughain,Partner, Pangaea Ventures Ltd.
- Is Single Particle-ICP-MS "The" Metrology Tool for Engineered Nanoparticles: Theory and Applications
Dr.Chady Stephan,Product Specialist, PerkinElmer
- Novel techniques for measuring nanoparticle interactions in biological milieu
David Cramb, Professor and Head, Chemistry Director, Nanoscience Program
- Surface-enhance Raman scattering based optical probes for real-time chemical detection
Dr.Steven Emory, Associate ProfessorWestern Washington University
- Metallic Nanomaterials and their Application in Bioanalytical Chemistry
Dr. Alex Brolo, Asspcoate Professor University of Victoria
- Nanoparticles for Biosensing / Therapeutics
Dr.Russ Algar, Associate Professor, University of British Columbia
- Nanotechnology in 2013 – Some Energetic Thoughts About Opportunities, Challenges and Markets
Walter Cicha, Strategic Intelligence, NRC-IRAP
Poster Session and Product Demonstration