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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1001
(University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

 

Saturday, July 1, 2017

 

 Program Schedule and Class Room Assignments: [Seminar Rooms: A, B, C], the 1st Floor, Taubman A Alfred Biomedical Science Research Building (BSRB), the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (U-M Ann Arbor), Michigan, U.S.A. 

Time
July 1, 2017
(Saturday)

9:00-17:30
Registration
(Seminar Room A)
9:30-9:50
(20 mins.)
Opening Session
(Seminar Room A)
9:50-10:40
(50 mins.)
Plenary Session I
(Seminar Room A)
10:40-10:50 
(10 mins.)
Break 
10:50-11:40
(50 mins.)
Plenary Session II
(Seminar Room A)
11:40-13:00
(80 mins.)
Lunch
13:00-14:20
(80 mins.)
3 Parallel Workshop Sessions
(Seminar Room A, B, C)
14:20-14:35
(15 mins.)
 Break
14:35-15:55
(80 mins.)
3 Parallel Workshop Sessions
(Seminar Room A, B, C)
15:55-16:10
(15 mins.)
Break
16:10-17:30
(80 mins.)
3 Parallel Workshop Sessions
(Seminar Room A, B, C)

 

 

The Conference Theme:


"Recent Research Advances in New Materials, Nanotechnology and New Energy: Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions"


The Parallel Workshops:

The EITA-New Materials 2017 conference consists of three parallel workshops: 

 

  • Workshop 1 (W1): Emerging Technologies and Applications in Materials for Health & Medicine: Bio-Materials, Bio-SoC, Bio-Nanotech, Bio-NEMS/Bio-MEMS, Mobile Health, Biomedical Optics and Imaging , Biomedical Engineering and Systems
  • Workshop 2 (W2): Emerging Technologies and Applications in Electronic, Photonic, and Magnetic Materials, Ceramic Materials, Organic Polymer and Soft Materials
  • Workshop 3 (W3): Emerging Technologies and Applications in New Energy Materials and Devices, Smart Energy Systems,  Energy Storage and Utilization, and Clean Vehicle Technologies

 

The Conference Programs:

 

  • The EITA-New Materials 2017 Conference Program (Draft: 6/20/17): (Light PDF version)
  • The EITA-New Materials 2017 Conference Program (with photos)(Draft: 6/20/17)(PDF version)

 


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