SF Bay Area Nanotechnology Council


University Mini-Symposium: Energy Generation & Storage: Possibilities and Realities

Saturday November 9, 2013
12:30 pm – 5 pm
Stanford University
350 Serra Mall, Packard 101
Stanford, CA 94305


Energy Generation & Storage: Possibilities and Realities
The 2nd Annual University Mini-Symposium
Sponsored by
IEEE SFBA Nanotechnology Council & Stanford Energy Club

Join colleagues from industry and academia to learn from speakers at the frontier of energy storage materials and devices followed by a networking reception.


Dr. Daniel Hirleman, Dean, School of Engineering, University of California, Merced
Opportunities for collaborative university – industry research for sustainable energy

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Dr. Yi Cui, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Designing & fabricating nanostructured materials for energy storage and generation

Dr. Latika Menon, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Northeastern University
Development of nanomaterials for energy related applications

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J. R. Gaines, Technical Director, Kurt J. Lesker Company
Revolutionary thin film micro-batteries – creating new products and markets

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Craig Jacobsen, Co-founder and CEO/CFO, Point Source Power, Inc.
Nanoparticle enabled super electrodes for solid oxide fuel cells
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Students $5 (refundable at the door with on-line registration receipt)
IEEE Members: $25, Non-members:$35, Unemployed: $15
Includes reception.