Fargo, N.D. — North Dakota State University will be the site of the Materials and Nanotechnology Forum to be held on Thursday, June 9 at NDSU’s Reineke Fine Arts Center at the corner of Bolley Drive and Twelfth Avenue North, Fargo. Presenters from NDSU, Texas A&M University and Tecton Products are participating.
Visit http://www.ndsu.edu/materials_nanotechnology/news_and_events/ for a complete schedule of events and scientific abstracts. There are no fees for the event and it is open to corporate and university researchers and students in materials and nanotechnology. More than 25 presentations and poster sessions are scheduled for the Forum to be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 9.
“The goal of the Forum is provide researchers in materials and nanotechnology at NDSU a venue to communicate with each other and initiate larger, higher impact collaborations,” said Dr. Erik Hobbie, organizer of the event.
For a complete list of presenters and abstracts, go to http://www.ndsu.edu/materials_nanotechnology/news_and_events/
Erik Hobbie serves as director of NDSU’s Materials and Nanotechnology graduate program that offers students a unique opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary research. It is the only program of its kind in North Dakota.
NDSU faculty from chemistry, civil engineering, coatings and polymeric materials, mechanical engineering, physics, and pharmaceutical sciences contribute to the Materials and Nanotechnology program. Researchers in the program also collaborate with the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering at NDSU. Hobbie previously served as a senior scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Contact: Erik Hobbie, firstname.lastname@example.org 701-231-7049