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SNO 2018 is coming to you at:
Hilton Alexandria Old Town
11767 King Street,
Alexandria, VA, United States
Become a SNO member now!!
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2018 SNO Conference Committee:
Dr. Elijah Petersen, Conference Chair
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Dr. Barbara Karn, SNO Co-Founder
Dr. Wunmi Sadik, SNO Co-Founder, SNO President
Professor of Bioanalytical and Environmental Chemistry,
Dr. Vinka Oyanedel-Craver, SNO President-Elect
Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Rhode Island, USA
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Conference registration Early registration: Saturday,
September 15, 2018
$400 @ Regular Member (paid dues
before September 1, 2018)
$535 @ Regular Non-member
$435 @ Government
$300 @ Student
$200 @ One-Day registration
Late registration (additional $100): September 16 - November 04, 2018
Deadline for reservations to get SNO
rate: Sunday, October 7, 2018
Conference rate is $189/night.
Conference Sessions Chairs Tribute to Barbara Karn: Dr. Nora Savage, National Science
Foundation, and Dr. Wunmi Sadik, SUNY-Binghamton.
Education: Dr. Vinka Oyanedel-Craver, University of Rhode Island.
Fate and Exposure: Dr. Stacey Louie, University of Houston.
Water Treatment: Dr. Francois Perreault, Arizona State University.
Ecotoxicology: Dr. Adeyemi Adeleye, University of California, Irvine.
Agriculture: Dr. Cristina Sabliov, Louisiana State University.
Life Cycle and Sustainable Manufacture: Dr. Desiree Plata, Yale
Sensors/Measurement: Dr. Chenzhong Li, National Science
Green Synthesis: Dr. Zeev Rosenzweig, University of Maryland,
Nanomedicine/Alternative Test Methods: Dr. Monita Sharma, PETA
International Science Consortium
2018 SNO Emerging Investigator Award
Application Deadline: August 17, 2018
The SNO Emerging Investigator designation gives recognition to
emerging scientists and engineers working in the area of
sustainable nanotechnology. In recognition of this designation, a
certificate and cash award will be presented at the 2018 SNO
Conference. Criteria and eligibility include:
1. Investigators who are within the first 10 years post Ph.D. 2. An impactful body of independent work and publications in
the area of sustainable nanotechnology: environmental,
societal, or economic.
3. Attendance at the 2018 SNO Conference in Washington DC, November 8th - 10th
The nomination consists of a single (1-page max) nomination
letter, a second (1-page max) support letter and a 2-page CV (self-
nominations are not accepted). The nomination letter should
describe how the nominee's research impacts the field of
sustainable nanotechnology. The support letter should focus on
the nominee's teaching, service and leadership in the field of
sustainable nanotechnology. Both the nomination and support
letters can be made by SNO members. Nominations are not
restricted to the US or UK.
Letters and CV are due to Dr. Vicki H. Grassian
(email@example.com) by August 17, 2018.
The selected Emerging Investigator will be honored at the SNO
Awards dinner on Friday, November 9, 2018.
WHY JOIN SNO?
SNO is the only permanent professional
science and engineering organization
devoted solely to nanotechnology and,
in particular, how nanotechnology
relates to sustainability. In addition to
SNO's yearly conference, SNO partners
with other groups to hold conferences
and workshops. SNO is part of the US
Science and Engineering Expo and uses
its webpage and newsletter to reach out
to members and other nanotechnology
colleagues. By joining SNO, you
become a part of a dedicated network of
professionals involved in research,
education, and responsibility toward
SNO Membership Benefits Discounts on SNO meetings and
Opportunity to present your research
at SNO meetings and workshops
Publication opportunities in
Newsletter and communications
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Application Deadline: Friday, August 17, 2018.
This conference is able to support up to 20 graduate student
awards and 4 undergraduate awards in the amount of $500
each. Applicants for the award must be SNO members.
Eligibility and requirements:
1. Student must attend the conference.
2. Former award winners are not eligible.
3. Student must fill out the student award form
including a 250 words assay justifying why you should
receive the award.
4. A CV should be included with the application.
2018 SNO Student Awards
NANO-PITCH CONTEST FOR STUDENTS
• Student submissions to the SNO Poster Session will be entered
into a poster competition for a
chance to win cash awards.
Eligible participants include
anyone not already receiving a
Poster Award from SNO.
• Purpose: Recognize outstanding student poster
presentations at the SNO annual
• Eligibility: Undergraduate, graduate students, and
• Who can Join? Students involved in sustainable nanotechnology research
• How to Join? Sign-up at the registration desk on November 9, 2017 by 2:00 PM. Please check at the registration desk at ~5:00 PM whether you are among the shortlisted participants
• When and Where? Friday, November 9, 2018 after dinner.
• Speak for 100 seconds and win cash awards! Pitch a problem or opportunity connected with your sustainable nanotechnology research in a clear, compelling manner in 100 seconds.
• You should address: Problem or opportunity addressed (What is the real-life problem) Proposed solution(s) (How does your work/approach solve the problem in a unique way?) Potential impacts (What will be the impact/s of your research if you are successful?) Prepare one PowerPoint slide (No animation) and use it during your presentation – please
bring it in a flash drive.
• The slide must have a title for the pitch and presenter's name. (Tips: Your pitch will be judged using a rubric with points for (1) Problem Statement, (2) Proposed
Solution/s, (3) Boarder Impacts, (4) Slide Design, and (5) Poise/Style.
• While humor is encouraged (but not necessary), your pitch should primarily try to convince the audience that your research (on sustainable nanotechnology) is
important to solve a problem(s) and it has immense broader impacts.
Mihail C. Roco, Ph.D. Dr. Mike Roco is the Senior Advisor for Science and Engineering at the National Science Foundation and founding chair of the U.S. National Science and Technology
Council's subcommittee on Nanoscale Science, Engineering and Technology (NSET).
Prior to joining National Science Foundation, he was professor of mechanical and
chemical engineering. Dr. Roco is credited with thirteen inventions, contributed over
two hundred articles and twenty books on multiphase systems, computer simulations,
laser measurements, nanoparticles and nanosystems, and trends in emerg