Nanoinformatics 2015: Enabling Successful Discovery and Applications

Dear NanoBCA Members,

The NanoBusiness Commercialization Association recommends:

Nanoinformatics 2015: Enabling
Successful Discovery and Applications

January 26-28, 2015

Holiday Inn National Airport Hotel in Arlington, VA


The purpose of the Nanoinformatics 2015 Workshop is to bring together stakeholders in order to assess the state of informatics relevant to the all aspects of the nanotechnology enterprise and to set priority targets for the future. From materials to processes to products;
accessible data, information, models, and simulations will enable innovators to optimize performance and accelerate the innovation cycle from concept to product. Scientists and engineers will be able to efficiently assess the safety of new nanomaterials and quantitatively implement best practices of safe manufacturing and usage of nanomaterials throughout product lifecycles. Scientists will share predictive models and data that enable the design and discovery of nanomaterials and the resulting performance of systems that use them.

Register for the workshop

Regular attendees: $200
Students: FREE

Submit an abstract

View the draft agenda


Workshop topics will include:

  • Process modeling and control
  • Materials supply chain
  • Life cycle inventory data
  • System scale-up methodology
  • NanoEHS data and models
  • Data workflow processes
  • Nanomaterials properties data
  • Data mining tools and opportunities
  • Database design and accessibility
  • Design for manufacturability
  • Minimal data sets
  • Interlaboratory studies
  • Materials modeling and characterization
  • Uncertainty quantification
  • Sharing practices and incentives


Stacey Harper, ONAMI
Signature Faculty Fellow

Mark Tuominen, National
Nanomanufacturing Network

Yoram Cohen, UCLA

Gerhard Klimeck, Network
for Computational Nanotechnology

Diana de la Iglesia,
Biomedical Informatics Group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

John Rumble,
President, R&R Data Services

Rong Liu, UCLA

Victor Maojo,
Biomedical Informatics Group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Ahmed Busnaina, Center
for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, Northeastern University

Mervi Heiskanen,
The National Cancer Institute, Nanotechnology Working Group

Michael Zentner,

Stephanie Morris, CaNanoLab

Greg Lowry, Carnegie
Mellon University


NNCO Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) Webinar Series

Thursday, January 15, 2015

12:PM–1:PM ET

Click here to register for this free, online event.

Lux Executive Summit

March 17-19, 2015

Westin Copley Place

Boston, MA


Bergeson & Campbell’s EHS 2015 State of the Union

Forecast 2015

By Contributors from Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

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Investment Company and Sumgait Chemical Industrial Park LLC Sign MOU with
SouthWest NanoTechnologies for a Major Carbon Nanotube Project in Republic of

synthetic nanotechnology material may better outcomes in ACL repair

Dotmed Daily News

safety key to consumer acceptance of nanotech

R&D Magazine

look for nanostructures that allow compatibility between metal and human bone


The corporate world is setting its marketing budgets for 2015.  Please join our roster of Corporate Members.  For further information, please contact
Vincent Caprio or 203-733-1949 to discuss.


We encourage individuals interested in continuing our efforts to provide information in regard to emerging technologies to become individual members of the NanoBCA.  Individual Membership includes participation on our monthly conference call. Our next call is on
Thursday, January 22nd at 2:PM ET.  Click here to become a NanoBCA Individual Member.

The annual Individual Membership fee is $100.

forward to seeing you at the Nanoinformatics
2015 Workshop.


Vincent Caprio “Serving the Nanotechnology Community for Over a
Executive Director
NanoBusiness Commercialization Association