National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) Nano + Additive Manufacturing Summit

National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) Nano + Additive Manufacturing Summit

Location USA USA - Louisville
Start Date Aug 9, 2022
End Date Aug 10, 2022
Event Type Symposium
Subject Area Nanoelectronics NMES - MEMS New energy - Renewable energy Nano Optics - Nanophotonics Printing Nanodevices - Equipment Polymer - Nanocomposites Nanoscience - Nanotechnology


NNCI Nano + Additive Manufacturing Summit is an annual event dedicated to bring together researchers/users in the advanced manufacturing fields of additive manufacturing and micro/nanotechnology to discuss new findings, share results, showcase capabilities, generate ideas, debate the future, and network with one another. Nano/AM Symposium is open to all scientists, engineers, students and industry partners from a variety of disciplines/areas including microtechnology, nanotechnology, 3D printing, additive manufacturing, healthcare, energy, advanced materials, MEMS, biotechnology, commercial products, defense, and nano-education. The goal of the symposium is to strengthen the collaboration between industry and academia in the above targeted areas.  Participants will hear exciting presentations about the latest nano/AM technologies, learn about existing state-of-the-art core facilities available to the public, and discuss ways that industry can access a wide variety of academic resources, including their most valuable resource – creative, hard-working students. 




- Additive manufacturing and 3D printing
- Micro/nanotechnology advances and applications
- Next generation advanced manufacturing technologies
- The convergence of micro/nano and AM
- 2D materials and devices
- MEMS, sensors, and microfluidics
- Energy, healthcare and defense
- Semiconductors, electronics, and optics
- What is the NSF NNCI network and how can it help you?
- Accessing university nano/AM research space?
- Examples of regional start-ups focused on nano/AM
- Successful collaboration examples between industry and academia
- Needs for the nano/AM workforce of tomorrow
- University experiential learning initiatives
- What does the future hold for nano/AM?