NanoFlorida 2018 Conference
at Florida Tech

October 5 - 7, 2018 | Melbourne, Florida

11th Annual NanoFlorida Conference at Florida Tech

NanoFlorida 2018 was a huge success thanks to all of our attendees (top) and Florida Tech's student volunteers (bottom).

We also thank our many sponsors for their generous support. We look forward to seeing everybody at next year's NanoFlorida Conference!

The final NanoFlorida 2018 Conference Program is available.

The NanoFlorida 2018 Conference took place October 5 – 7 at Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech). You may download a flier to view online or in print. Students and faculty gathered to discuss and share nanotechnology research in medicine, materials and devices, energy and the environment, agriculture, space exploration, and education. NanoFlorida 2018 sponsors from industry and academia were be on hand to meet students and discuss their career opportunities in nanotechnology.

Thank you to the following schools and non-profit organizations for their support of the NanoFlorida 2018 Conference:

  • UCF NanoScience Technology Center
  • Biomedical Nanotechnology Institute of the University of Miami (BioNIUM)
  • FIU - Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine - Institute of NeuroImmune Pharmacology (INIP)
  • USF College of Pharmacy Graduate Programs
  • UF Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology (NIMET)
  • Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology
  • Florida Academy of Sciences
  • Florida A&M University
  • UF Research Service Centers

 

We also thank NanoFlorida's industry sponsors:

  • Anton Paar Instruments
  • Rapid Prototyping Services
  • Particle Metrix
  • Raith Nanofabrication
  • Bruker
  • HORIBA Scientific
  • Wyatt Technology
  • Sana Technologies
  • Micromeritics
  • Probability & Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first 200 registered student attendees received a reimbursement of their $50 conference registration fee. See our Registration page for details. Funding for these reimburnsement was provided by the National Science Foundation's Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET).

Who Should Attend

  • Student researchers wishing to present their accomplishments in a low-stress environment. Students have the option of giving a talk or presenting a poster,
  • Faculty interested in meeting colleagues from around Florida to build professional relationships and research collaborations,
  • Industry scientists and engineers with a desire to recruit the best students for nanotechnology-related careers, co-ops, and internships,
  • Faculty who currently teach or want to teach nanotechnology courses, and
  • Students who want to learn more about nanotechnology, meet peers who share this interest, and talk with representatives of scientific and engineering companies.

Thanks again to our sponsors!