May 25: "Nanomanufacturing: From Fundamentals to Scale-Up"
August 25: "Thin Films in Energy Storage and Conversion Applications"
chairs: Dr. Yue Qi
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May 12: "Graphene Nanomaterial and Neural Interfaces"
chairs: P.C. Ku, M. Cheng
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White-Light LEDs for Automotive and General Lighting Applications
Wide Band Gap Materials for Display, Sensor, and Device Technologies
Thin Film and Nanostructured Materials for Alternative Energy Applications
Smart Materials and Thin Films for Biomedical Applications
chair: Jinsang Kim, University of Michigan
Science and Applications of One-Dimensional Nanostructures
chair: Jaewu Choi, Wayne State University
Nanostructures and Low-Dimensional Electron Structures
chair: Chagliyan Kurdak, University of Michigan
Thin Films and their Application to Devices
chair: Ale Lukaszew, University of Toledo
Nanoscale Science and Engineering
chair: Gang-yu Liu, Wayne State University
Meeting the Challenge of Low Automotive Emissions in the New Millennium
chair: Amer Samman, Ford Motor Company
Sensor and Actuator Technologies for Automotive Applications
chair: Michael Wu, Delphi Automotive Systems
Scanning Probe Microscopies: Methods and Applications
chair: Rachel Goldman, U. Michigan
Electronic and Photonic Materials and Devices
chair: Ratna Naik, Wayne State U.
Surface Analysis '96, An AVS Topical Conference
chairs: Steven Simko, General Motors, and Pete Schmitz, Ford Motor
Polymer Systems: Surface Properties and Characterization
chair: Pete Schmitz, Ford Motor
chair: Greg Auner, Wayne State U.
Growth and Characterization of Thin Films
chair: Steve Yalisove, U. Michigan
Symposium on Applied Surface Analysis, An AVS Topical Conference
chairs: Stephen Gaarenstroom, General Motors, and Ron Baird, Ford Motor
Reactions at Surfaces
chairs: Dave Belton, General Motors, and George Graham, Ford Motor
Ion-Solid Interactions: From Fundamentals to Applications
chairs: Yang-Tse Cheng and Galen Fisher, General Motors