July 31- August 1, 2019
Workshops Day July 30, 2019
Microfluidics Fabrication Workshop – hosted by Micro/Nano Technology Center
3D Printing with Metals Workshop – hosted by RPC/AMCC
Roll to Roll Manufacturing Workshop – hosted by Conn Center
Symposium topics and sessions include the following:
Micro/nanotechnological advances and applications
Additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies and applications
MEMS and sensors
2D materials and devices
Semiconductors and electronics
What is the co-creation innovation model?
University co-op and internship programs
University capstone design projects
Addressing intellectual property with academia
Successful collaboration examples between industry and academia
Accessing university core facilities
What is the NSF NNCI and how can it help you?
Successful regional start-up examples in the nano/AM space
City and state initiatives to leverage related to nano/AM
Innovative educational and outreach programs
What does the future hold in the nano/AM space?
ABOUT The Nano+AM Symposium
The 2019 KY Nano+AM Symposium is an annual event dedicated to bring together researchers/users in the advanced manufacturing fields of additive manufacturing and micro/nanotechnology to discuss new findings, share results, showcase capabilities, generate ideas, debate the future, and network with one another. The 2019 Nano/AM Symposium is open to all scientists, engineers, and students from a variety of disciplines including microtechnology, nanotechnology, 3D printing, additive manufacturing, healthcare, energy, advanced materials, MEMS, biotechnology, commercial products, defense, and nano-education. The goal of the symposium is to strengthen the collaboration between industry and academia in the above targeted areas. Participants will hear exciting presentations about the latest nano/AM technologies, learn about existing state-of-the-art core facilities available to the public, and discuss ways that industry can access a wide variety of academic resources, including their most valuable resource – creative, hard-working students. The 3-day symposium agenda will consist of a workshop day on AM and Nanotechnology, followed by a 2 day conference with parallel sessions for both industry and academia, several joint keynote presentations, poster presentations, sponsorship opportunities, food and refreshments, core facility tours, and a valuable evening networking reception.