2024 NNCI Etch Symposium | Advances in Micro- & Nanoscale Patterning of Strategic and Emerging Materials for Electronic, Photonic, Quantum, & MEMS Devices
The NNCI Etch Symposium at Georgia Tech isscheduled for April 24-26, 2024, and organized by the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI), a network supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
We extend a warm invitation to you and your organization to participate in the NNCI Etch Symposium at Georgia Tech. This event, scheduled for April 24-26, 2024, is organized by the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI), a network supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The NNCI comprises 16 central facility research sites and collaborates with 30 universities. Dedicated to micro- and nanoscale electronic and photonic device fabrication, materials characterization, and biological research, NNCI provides comprehensive resources, including advanced equipment and specialized expertise. (https://www.nnci.net/)
The symposium serves as a convergence point for students, post-doctoral fellows, engineers, and scientists, fostering an exchange of information and connections within and beyond the NNCI community. This year's theme is "Advances in Micro- & Nanoscale Patterning of Strategic and Emerging Materials for Electronic, Photonic, Quantum, & MEMS Device."
Invited Talks (subject to change)
- NNCI Sites Etch Equipment and Processing Updates
- Harvard University
- Northrop Grumman
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Stanford University
- Northeastern University
- Andson Biotech
- Duke University
- Plasma Therm
Student Research Poster Exhibition
We are excited to announce a unique opportunity for students to showcase their cutting-edge research through poster presentations at the NNCI Etch Symposium. This exhibition will serve as a platform for students to share their findings, insights, and innovations with the symposium attendees.
To recognize outstanding contributions, there will be a selection for the Best Poster. The winner will be rewarded for their exceptional work. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity to share their research and engage with fellow participants. Your contributions are vital to the success of the symposium, and we look forward to celebrating the wealth of talent and innovation within the NNCI community.