Nanotechnology Journal Club Meeting at Bell Labs/New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium (NJNC)

Thursday, October 16, 2003
Princeton Professor Robert Austin: “Nanotechnology and Nanofluidics in Biology”
Agenda:
Optional pay-your-own dinner (Web reservation below)
5:30pm
Chen’s Restaurant, New Providence, NJ (Direction below)

Leave restaurant for Bell Labs at ~7:00pm

Journal Club Meeting (Web reservation below)
Lucent Technologies Bell Labs/NJNC, Murray Hill, NJ (Direction below)
6:15pm
Main Reception Check-in

Optional Bell Labs Museum self-guided tour

6:30pm Optional NJNC group tour (Web reservation below)
7:30pm
Meeting commences

Proposals on improving future meeting format

7:40pm Introduction
7:45pm
“Nanotechnology and Nanofluidics in Biology”

Dr. Robert H. Austin, Princeton University

Professor of Department of Physics

8:45pm Q&A
9:00pm
Meeting adjourns

You are invited to stay and suggest improvements on future meetings

Registration:
Meeting is free if you do advanced web reservation (see below – required for visitor badge) before 12 noon the previous day (10/15/03). After that, it will incur a late fee of US$10 (cash or personal check only). Registrants who cannot attend are requested to cancel using the web form below or send email to [email protected] .

Direction to:
Lucent Technologies Bell Labs & NJNC
600 Mountain Ave, Murray Hill, NJ 07974
Click here for directions

Chen’s Restaurant
1268 Springfield Ave, New Providence, NJ 07974
908-665-1992
Click here for directions

Meeting Hosts:
This Journal Club is organized by Susanne Arney (Lucent Bell Labs & NJNC), Ronald Besser (Stevens Institute of Technology), Warren Lai (Lucent Bell Labs & NJNC) and William Trimmer (MEMS Journal Club & Belle Mead).

For this meeting, send questions to: [email protected] 908-582-6140

About this event:

The New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium (NJNC) is an industry-academia-government consortium founded by Lucent Technologies and the State of New Jersey to take nanotechnology from concept to commercialization. The nanofabrication clean room and e-beam facility are at Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies at Murray Hill, NJ. The projects range from basic research to advance prototypes in products, with applications spanning MEMS and microelectronics to biomedical and pharmaceutical to telecommunications and homeland security. NJNC hosts many events to promote nanotechnology activities among industry, academia, and government sectors.

Free registration closed at noon on Wed 10/15
After Wed 10/15 noon, you can still register (or cancel) on the web, BUT:

5:30pm Dinner: Go to restaurant directly. It can often accomodate.

6:30pm NJNC Tour: TOTALLY FULL. NO MORE CAPACITY.

7:30pm Meeting: Late fee of US$10 (cash or personal check only)

(Note: NJNC members and Lucent employees are exempted)

Registration Form:
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Yes No Cancel Will attend 5:30pm Optional Dinner
(You will NOT return in time for Optional NJNC tour)
Yes No Cancel Will attend 6:30pm Optional NJNC tour
(Do NOT sign up if you’ve taken previous NJNC tour)
Yes No Cancel Will consider a 9:00pm NJNC tour if the 6:30pm tour is full

Yes No Cancel Will attend 7:30pm Nanotechnology Journal Club Meeting

Questions & Comments (If you need to cancel, please fill out your information above and enter here):

Free registration closed at noon on Wed 10/15
After Wed 10/15 noon, you can still register (or cancel) on the web, BUT:

5:30pm Dinner: Go to restaurant directly. It can often accomodate.

6:30pm NJNC Tour: TOTALLY FULL. NO MORE CAPACITY.

7:30pm Meeting: Late fee of US$10 (cash or personal check only)

(Note: NJNC members and Lucent employees are exempted)