Exhibit Show

Be sure to visit these NT4D exhibitors at the conference and preview their companies at their websites listed below.

Exhibit Hours

Monday, 16 November 2015
1000 – 1630 Exhibit Move-In
1700 – 1830 Exhibit Kick-Off & Poster Session Technical Interchange (with light refreshments & cash bar)
Tuesday, 17 November 2015
1200 – 1330 Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall (Pay-As-You-Go)
1200 – 1600  Exhibits & Posters Open
Wednesday, 18 November 2015
0930 – 1900 Exhibits & Posters Open
1155 – 1330 Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall (Pay-As-You-Go)
1730 – 1900 Exhibitor & Poster Session Technical Interchange & Reception (Hors d'oeuvres & Cash Bar)
1930 – 2030 Exhibitor Move-Out

Floor Plan

Current Exhibitors Include:

Angstron Materials, Inc. – 300
Angstron Materials, the world’s largest producer of graphene materials, specializes in helping companies engineer graphene solutions for their applications. We are focused on 6 areas: Raw Materials, Energy Storage, Thermal Management, Nanocomposites, Coatings, and TCFs. We have the expertise to partner with customers throughout the commercialization process from initial evaluation to market launch.

APIX Analytics – 306
APIX Analytics is the leader in nano-silicon sensor technology. We offer an array of GC-NEMS-TCD based systems for rapid chemical analysis in petrochemical, environmental, and security applications. All of our systems use a modular approach for easy maintenance and modification in a variety of operational environments offering solutions for use in laboratory, field, and explosive environments.

Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) J9CB – 207
The Chemical and Biological Technologies Department is the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s epicenter for chemical and biological threat expertise.

We are also dual-hatted as the Joint Science and Technology Office for Chemical and Biological Defense under the DoD Chemical and Biological Defense Program. In this role we provide cutting edge technology solutions to reduce the threat from weapons of mass destruction and empower warfighters to achieve their missions in a chemical or biological environment.

In addition, we have a dual responsibility of protecting against the known threats of today as well as anticipating the major threats of tomorrow.

We are leading the development of innovative scientific and technical advances that protect our warfighters and benefit the nation’s private sector.

Los Angeles Field Strategic Partnership Program – 203

The FBI Strategic Partnership Program (SPP) is an initiative that aims to foster communication and build awareness of counterintelligence threats facing the U.S. business and academic communities. The SPP works to identify and safeguard those technologies which, if compromised, would severely damage U.S. national security and economic interests. Through the partnerships, the FBI is able to provide security related training as well as provide the tools and experience to identify and mitigate threats.

NANOGAP, Inc. – 209

NANOGAP is a nanomaterials company built on a technology platform of precisely controlled wet chemistry. A range of novel, high-performance nanomaterial dispersions are currently manufactured, including sub-nanometer atomic quantum clusters (AQCs), nanoparticles (from 5 to 50 nanometers in size), and high aspect ratio nanowires. NANOGAP's products have a wide range of applications, including conductive inks, security printing, catalysis, antimicrobials, diagnostics and therapeutics.

Nanomanufacturing Center, University of Massachusetts Lowell – 201
The Nanomanufacturing Center at UMass Lowell develops state-of-the-art nanomanufacturing processes for high-rate, high-volume production of nano-enabled polymer materials.  Applications include rubber and polymer nanocomposites, substrates for flexible electronics, novel filaments for 3D printing, sensors, biosensors, metamaterials, and nanomedicine.  Concurrent evaluation of EHS for manufacturing process is also considered.

Nanoscience Instruments – 107
Nanoscience Instruments provides surface science, microscopy and nanotechnology solutions to customers in academia, research, and industrial markets. Our customers benefit from our products’ ease of use, user-friendly interface, and low cost of ownership. Our team of scientists and engineers have backgrounds in chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, physics, and engineering in a diverse combination to provide support and service to help our customers find the solutions they need.

NIOSH – 105          

NIOSH is the leading federal agency conducting research and providing guidance on the occupational safety and health implications and applications of nanotechnology.

The NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) supports the U.S. nanotechnology enterprise from discovery to production by providing industry, academia, NIST, and other government agencies with access to world-class nanoscale measurement and fabrication methods and technology. The CNST's shared-use NanoFab gives researchers economical access to and training on a state-of-the-art tool set required for cutting-edge nanotechnology development. The simple application process is designed to get projects started in a few weeks.  Looking beyond the current state of the art, CNST research is creating the next generation of nanoscale measurement instruments and methods, which are made available through collaboration.

Northeastern University - Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing – 103

The NSF Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing at Northeastern University in Boston is developing tools and processes to manufacture nanotechnology-based devices for the military, electronics, energy, materials and biomed sectors. The CHN has demonstrated devices such as chemical sensors, biosensors, interconnects, energy harvesters, NEMS, etc. with 2D and 3D nanoscale features made of carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles at high rates and over large areas on various substrates, including flexible ones. The CHN has close ties with companies in Massachusetts, California, around the country, and beyond.

Raith – 202

Raith is a leading precision technology solution provider for nanofabrication, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam fabrication, nanoengineering and reverse engineering applications. Raith has an established, world-wide network of dedicated scientists and engineers which serve customers from virtually every field of study, from academia and industry. It has the largest support infrastructure within the nanofabrication business field worldwide.

Rice University – 308

Rice University is a leader in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering and a frequent research collaborator with the DoD (all Services), the DOE, Homeland Security and numerous defense and aerospace contractors. Rice, with leadership from Nobel Laureates Richard Smalley and Robert Curl, helped establish the field of carbon nanotechnology, and expanded from there to multiple applications of nanotechnology to health, energy, aerospace and information technology, with advanced materials playing a role in all of these arenas.

U.S. Army Research Laboratory – 205
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is the Nation's premier laboratory for land forces, responsible for researching emerging and new technologies and for developing disruptive technologies capable of enhancing the performance of weapon systems and saving Soldiers' lives. The exhibit will feature some of the disruptive technologies being pursued at ARL.

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory – 204
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory provides primary in-house research for the physical, engineering, space and environmental sciences; broadly based applied research and advanced technology development programs in response to identified and anticipated Navy and Marine Corps needs; broad multidisciplinary support to the Naval Warfare Centers; and space systems technology development and support.






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