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Speaker Schedule

Final Speaker Schedule




Wednesday, Nov. 5

Welcoming Reception: 8:00-10:00 PM



 

Thursday, Nov. 6

 

          Time   Speaker..........................................
               
          08:45-09:00 AM   R. C. Merkle "Welcoming Remarks"
          09:00-09:45 AM   Richard E. Smalley "Bucky Balls and Tubes:
Fullerene Pieces of a Future Nanotechnology"
          09:45-10:15 AM   Break
          10:15-11:00 AM   A. Globus for D.W. Brenner "Virtual Design and Analysis of
Nanometer-Scale Sensor and Device Components"
          11:00-11:30 AM   A. Globus "Fullerene Nanotechnology"
          11:30-12:00 PM   Feynman Prizes Awarded
          12:00-01:30 PM   Lunch
          01:30-02:15 PM   M. R. Ghadiri "Self-Reproducing Molecular Systems"
          02:15-03:00 PM   J.K. Gimzewski "Visualization, Manipulation, and Verification of
Molecular Mechanical Operations on Individual Molecules"
          03:00-03:30 PM   Break (set up for panel session)
          03:30-04:00 PM   K. E. Drexler "Design of Diamondoid Nanomachines"
          04:00-05:00 PM   Panel Session: "How?"
          05:00-8:00 PM   Posters and Beer (doors close at 10:00 PM)
          08:45 PM   New Tools for Critical Discussion on the Web

 

 


 

Friday, Nov. 7

 

Track 1

Track 2

Time Speaker Time Speaker
       
       
10:30-11:00 AM Break
       
       
12:30-02:00 PM Lunch
       
       
03:30-04:00 PM Break
       

 


 

Saturday, Nov. 8

 

Track 1

Track 2

Time Speaker Time Speaker
       
09:00-09:30 AM R. Jaffe "Visualization of the reactivity of the diamond (100) surface" 09:00-09:30 AM A. Mendelsohn "Intracellular protein technology"
09:30-10:00 AM G. Leach "Positional stability of some diamondoid and graphitic nanomechanical structures: A molecular dynamics study" 09:30-10:00 AM C. Nicolini "Light-Addressable Transducer Bacteriorhodopsin Based"
10:00-10:30 AM S.P. Walch "Theoretical studies of reactions on diamond surfaces" 10:00-10:30 AM T.E. Schäffer "Atomic Force Microscopes for the Study of Protein Motion"
       
10:30-11:00 AM Break
       
11:00-11:30 AM B. I. Yakobson "Nano- and intra-molecular mechanics of carbon nanotubes" 11:00-11:30 AM G.M. Fahy "Cryopreservation of Large Biological Systems"
11:30-12:00 PM M. Menon "Carbon Nanotubes and Molecular Electronic Devices" 11:30-12:00 PM  
12:00-12:30 PM J. Han "Design and Study of Carbon Nanotube Electronic Devices" and "The Molecular Dynamics of Carbon Nanotube Gears in He and Ne Atomspheres" 12:00-12:30 PM S.S. Smith "Uracil as an Alternative to 5-Fluorocytosine in Addressable Protein Targeting"
       
12:30-2:00 PM Lunch (1998 Planning session)
       
02:00-02:30 PM S. Barnard "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Elastomechanical Response Studies of Single and Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes" 02:00-02:30 PM S.L. Gillett "Notes on a Molecular Nanotechnology of Silicates"
02:30-03:00 PM P.G. Collins "Nanoscale Electronic Devices on Carbon Nanotubes" 02:30-03:00 PM R. Tuzun "On the importance of quantum mechanics for nanotechnology"
03:00-03:30 PM G. Gao "Energetics, Structure, Mechanical and Vibrational Properties of Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers" 03:00-03:30 PM T. Yamada "Doping Scheme of Semiconducting Atomic Chain"
       
03:30-04:00 PM Break
       
04:00-04:30 PM S. B. Sinnott "Engineering of Nanometer-Scale Structures from Carbon Nanotubules" 04:00-04:30 PM D. Chen "Probing periodic properties of 'artificial elements' assembled in a quantum wedge with a low temperature scanning tunneling microscope"
04:30-05:00 PM J.D. Schall "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Carbon Nanotubule Bending and the affect on Electrical Properties" 04:30-05:00 PM C.L. Claypool "The Source of Image Contrast in STM Images of Functionalized Alkanes on Graphite: A Systematic Functional Group Approach"
05:00-05:30 PM N. Franklin "Fullerene Based SPM Tips" 05:00-05:30 PM  
       
5:30-5:45 PM Closing Remarks—A. Globus and R. Merkle

 



Saturday, Nov. 8: Park Scientific Field Trips
10:30 AM and 1:30 PM




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