The Sixth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology
November 13,14,15, 1998 at the Westin Hotel in Santa Clara, CA
An intensive Tutorial on Critical Enabling Technologies for Nanotechnology will be on November 12.
Conference Co-chairs will be Al Globus and Deepak Srivastava of NASA Ames Research Center
This home page for the 1998 conference provides the information you will need about the conference and to register for the conference. After the conference is over, this page will provide the permanent archive for the conference.
This year's conference (Nov. 6, 7, 8, 1997) provides an example of the activities and purposes
of the Foresight conference series.
This conference is a meeting of scientists and technologists working in
fields leading toward molecular nanotechnology: thorough three-dimensional
structural control of materials and devices at the molecular level. The
conference will cover topics relevant to the pursuit of molecular control:
- supramolecular chemistry and self-assembly
- proximal probes (e.g. STM, AFM)
- biochemistry and protein engineering
- computational chemistry and molecular modeling
- computer science (e.g. computational models, system design issues)
- fullerene nanotechnology
- natural molecular machines (e.g. flagellar motor)
- materials science
- mechanical engineering (CAD) and robotics
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