NanoFlorida2018, the only statewide science and engineering conference for sharing nanotechnology research and building collaborations between academia and industry, is coming to Florida Tech Oct. 5-7.
The conference organizer is Kurt Winkelmann, associate professor of chemistry, and co-organizer is Jim Brenner, associate professor of chemical engineering.
Students and faculty from all major research universities in Florida, including University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Central Florida, University of Miami, University of South Florida, Florida International and Florida Atlantic are expected to attend and present their research.
Abstract submission deadline is Sept. 7.
For additional information, including partnership and exhibition details and registration costs, please visit http://411.fit.edu/nanoflorida.