SESHA New England and New York State Mini-Conference
November 16, 1 - 5 pm and November 17, 8:30 am - 3 pm
Save the Date!!
The New England and the New York State SESHA Chapters are jointly sponsoring a mini-conference in New York at the University at Albany's SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE).
When: November 16, 1 - 5 pm and November 17, 8:30 am - 3 pm
· Regular attendees: $75
· Government/academia: $40
· Students/speakers: No charge
The conference will cover various pressing issues for the semiconductor, nano science and related high technology industries; a tour of the new CNSE university fab and nano science labs; and the launch of the new SESHA & CNSE Student Chapter!
Mini-Conference Sponsorship Information
- "Pyrophoric materials in the Semiconductor Process industries," Eugene Ngai, Chemically Speaking LLC
- "Overview of Emerging Regulations," Steve Trammell, ISMI & Laurie Beu, Laurie S. Beu Consulting
- "Applications for FTIR gas analysis in high technology industries including; greenhouse gas monitoring, stack emissions, bulk gas purity and life safety," Jim Belanger, MKS
- "A life cycle approach to water conservation: what your sustainability program should consider," Wayne Bates, PhD, Capaccio Engineering
- "Bringing Exposure Science to the Fab: Innovative Approaches to Occupational & Environmental Health Challenges for the 21st Century Nanoelectronics Workforce," Sara Brenner, MD, MPH, UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering
- "High Rate Nano-manufacturing, " Candace Tsai, PhD, UMass Lowell
- "Exposure Assessment Approaches for Engineered Nanomaterials," Michele Shepard, CIH, MS, UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering
- "Analysis of Nanoparticles in Environmental Samples Using Electron Microscopy Methods," Gary Roth, MS, UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering
- "Metrology applications in EHS: Analyzing the efficacy of gowns and gloves in preventing nanoparticle exposures by workers in semiconductor fabrication facilities," Bushra Alam, UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering
- "Proactive investigation of potential health effects from occupational exposure to engineered nanoparticles in the semiconductor industry," Jean McMahon, MD, Occupational & Environmental Health Center of Eastern New York
- "Update on REACh / GHS Regulations," Dawn Graunke, Intel Corporation
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