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The 8th IEEE International Nanotechnology Conference is the premier IEEE conference presenting the latest research and application in the field of nanotechnology. The IEEE Nano 2008 conference to be held in Arlington, TX August 18 – 21, 2008 will include exhibits and demonstrations that present the latest innovations, achievement, products, experiences, and practices.
The IEEE Nano 2008 conference will provide the exhibit hall for publishers, commercial exhibits, and academic research demonstrations. With over 500 university, scientific, and engineering professionals, the draw will be large with the right people. The technical program includes notable plenary speakers of the field, case study reports, invited industrial, university, and government agency talks, and research and commercial application demonstrations. You will be missed if not there!
Exhibit Display Hours: Tuesday, August 19 -- 10:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 20 -- 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, August 21 -- 10:00a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Exhibit Installation: Monday, August 18 - Open 8:00 – Close 6:00 p.m.
Exhibit Dismantling: Thursday, August 21 – ONLY AFTER 1:00 p.m.
Exhibit On-Site Registration: Monday, August 18 Beginning at 8:00 – Close 6:00 p.m
Pre-Conference Exhibit Registration: Exhibit registration: Send completed Exhibit Booking Forms on or before August 1, 2008 to:
Basic Exhibit Booth Fee: $1,000 per 6’x 30” table
Fee includes one (1) table and two (2) chairs.
500 watt power supply
One (1) CD-ROM of the Conference Proceedings
Additional Exhibit Booth Support Fee Schedule:Contact Exhibits Chair for ALL other on-site services and Special Fee Schedules.
Exhibits Chair: Dan Cowan, 817-215-6121
Fax:(817) 215-6038, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit Date: August 18 - 21, 2008
Venue: Arlington Convention Center
1300 Ball Park Way
Arlington, Texas, 76011
Commercial / Industry / Government Labs: Booth Price -- $1,000 per booth
Universities and Colleges: Contact Exhibits Chair for details
Registration and payment options are provided via the Exhibitor Registration Form
The on-site booth set-up begins on Monday August 18 at 8:00 a.m.
Exhibits will remain on display until 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 21.
All Exhibits must be removed by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday.
EXHIBIT BOOTH Details:
The booth area is 10 x 10 ft. The Exhibit booth registration fee includes one a 6 ft long table with a cloth cover and two chairs, one 10 ft long electrical cable, and one 500 watt power strip for electrical connections.
If more power or other communication options are needed, Contact Dan Cowan for additional Exhibitor Service Forms which include a complete options list and price of additional items. Additional items will be added to the basic Booth fee listed above. Each exhibitor is responsible for contacting the Exhibits Chair to arrange for additional items as needed.
Exhibit area is limited to a maximum of 40 exhibitors.
The Exhibit booths will be reserved only after the receipt of completed forms and fees have been verified by the Conference Treasurer.
If paying by Company check or Money order, please make it payable to: IEEE-Nano'2008 and include a completed Exhibitor Registration Form.
If additional equipment is needed beyond the minimum listed above, Exhibitor MUST also complete the “Exhibitor Service Form” and submit with payment to the Treasurer.
Direct Questions regarding Exhibits to the IEEE Nano 2008 Exhibits chair, Dan Cowan at email@example.com
Compelling Reasons for Exhibitors to Participate
· Texas is one of the hottest regions in the USA for nanotechnology
· Texas' diversity extends from border to border with an array of micro and nanotech research initiatives and companies throughout the state
· IEEE Nano 2008 is the IEEE leading International Nanotechnology Conference for 2008 and is sponsored by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council
Who should participate in the exhibit?
· Companies developing or researching products using nanotechnologies
· Companies which supply: Atomic Force Microscopes, Nanoscale Probing Systems, Electrical Characterization and Measurements, Scanning Electron Microscope, Scanning Tunneling Microscopes, Focused Ion Beam Manufacturers, Nanotech Materials and Devices etc.
· Nanotechnology Startup Companies
· Universities with a program of study in Nanotechnology
· Nanotechnology Centers of Excellence
· State Technology Offices
· Government Research Labs
Why should you exhibit?
· Establishes and defines your position in Nanotechnology
· Demonstrates credibility in marketplace
· Indicates your organization as an Advocate
· Introduces latest products to engineers and scientists from universities, government labs, and industry
· Provides a forum to meet Decision makers
· Establishes industry, academic, and governmental contacts
· Provides for networking with engineers, scientists, and others currently working on the next generation of components and devices