22- 26th February 2010
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Darling Harbour

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

Center for Spintronics and Quantum Computation, University of California, USA
Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin, Ireland
Institute For Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Cornell University, USA
IBM-Stanford Spintronic Science & Applications Center, USA
Kavli Nanoscience Institute, Caltech, USA
Material Science Laboratory, NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan
Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology, Duke University, USA

Confirmed Symposium Speakers

SYMPOSIUM 1:

Andrew Bartholomaeus
FSANZ, ACT
Tom Faunce
ANU College Of Law Australian National University, ACT
Charles Geraci
National Institute For Occupational Safety And Health, UNITED STATES
Brian Gulson
Graduate School Of Environment Macquarie University, NSW
Linda Nielson
Copenhagen University University of Copenhagen, DENMARK
Michael Stintz
University Of Technology Dresden, Institute Of Process Engineering And Environme, GERMANY
Mark Wiesner
Duke University, Center For The Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology, USA
Dave Winkler
CSIRO Molecular & Health Technologies, VIC

SYMPOSIUM 2:

Marco Califano
University of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM
Michael Cortie
University of Technology, NSW
Prof Akihiro Furube
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, JAPAN
Michael Giersig
Institute of Experimental Physics Freie University Berlin, GERMANY
Johan Hofkens
KU Leuven, BELGIUM
Prof Plinio Innocenzi
University of Sassari, ITALY
Mietek Jaroniec
Department Of Chemistry Kent State University, USA
Brahim Lounis
University of Bordeaux, FRANCE
Chiara Neto
University of Sydney, NSW
Yasuro Niidome
Department Of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University, JAPAN
Wolfgang Parak
Department of Physics Philipps Universitaet Marburg, GERMANY
Colin Raston
Department Of Chemistry University of Western Australia, WA
Hua Gui Yang
East China University Of Science And Technology, CHINA
Chengzhong Yu
Fudan University, CHINA
Zhong Zhang
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, CHINA

SYMPOSIUM 3:

Katsuhiko Ariga
National Institute For Materials Science, JAPAN
David Lynn
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Alan Rowan
University of Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
Keiichi Torimitsu
NTT Basic Research Laboratories Material Science Laboratory, JAPAN
Horst Vogel
EPFL, SWITZERLAND

SYMPOSIUM 4:

Andrew Briggs
Department of Materials, University of Oxford University of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Hans Hilgenkamp
University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Gerhard Klimeck
Purdue, UNITED STATES
Paul Meredith
Centre For Organic Photonics And Electronics University of Queensland, QLD
Dr Yuri Pashkin
Nano Electronics Research Laboratories NEC Corporation, Ibaraki, JAPAN
David Reilly
School Of Physics University Of Sydney, NSW
Sven Rogge
Delft University Of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS
Michelle Simmons
School Of Physics University of New South Wales, NSW
Robert Stamps
University Of Western Australia, WA
Scott Watkins
Molecular And Health Technologies CSIRO, VIC

SYMPOSIUM 5:

Richard Blaikie
University Of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
Sanjay Krishna
Center For High Technology Materials University Of New Mexico, USA
Tanya Monro
University Of Adelaide, SA
David Officer
Northfield Avenue University Of Wollongong, NSW

SYMPOSIUM 6:

Mark Biggs
Engineering North Building The University Of Adelaide, SA
Peter Cummings
Department Of Chemical And Biomolecular Engineering Vanderbilt University, USA
Stefano Sanvito
School Of Physics, Trinity College Trinity College Dublin, IRELAND
Ward Thompson
Department Of Chemistry University Of Kansas, USA
Jinlong Yang
Division Of Theoretical And Computational Sciences University of Science & Technology of China, CHINA
Aibing Yu
School Of Materials Science And Engineering University of New South Wales, NSW
Shengbai Zhang
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, UNITED STATES

SYMPOSIUM 7:

Ian Boyd
Melbourne Centre For Nanofabrication, VIC
Kees Eijkel
Kennispark, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS
Jan Herrmann
National Measurement Institute, NSW
Jussi Tuovinen
VTT Finland, FINLAND