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Nanolytica 2016 - Reserve your spot for May 5th

The Office of Research Services has received the following information which we are forwarding to our e-mail list members:

Nanolytica 2016 at Simon Fraser University on May 5th


PerkinElmer and SFU are providing a forum where academic, government, and industrial researchers can come together to share insights on nanomaterial analytical techniques developed in the areas of advanced materials, life sciences, energy and the environment. This symposium is a great opportunity for you to learn from colleagues and peers and discover the latest technological advances and analytical techniques in nanotechnology and advanced materials. Registration is free thanks to the generous support of all the sponsors. 


Network and Learn: At the close of formal talks, there will be a networking poster reception. The poster reception will allow all participants to engage with the speakers, poster presenters and attendees and discuss future collaboration opportunities. A complimentary drink ticket will be included with registration and a cash bar will also be available. Poster prizes will be awarded at the end of the reception.

To learn more about Nanolytica at SFU, click here.

To view the full agenda, click here.

Directions to Simon Fraser University can be found here.

Agenda at a Glance

“Polymers, Plasmons, and Patterns - Using Self-Assembly to Nanopattern Semiconductor Surfaces”

Dr. Jillian Buriak, University of Alberta


“Energy Storage:  A Growing Need and Opportunity for the Development and Application of Nanomaterials”

Dr. Walter Cicha,  Industrial Technology Advisor, NRC-IRAP


“Exploring Biology with Imaging Mass Spectrometry”

Dr. Lara Gamble,  University of Washington


“From Bench to Clinic: Simple, Scalable Manufacture of Nanomedicines using Microfluidics”

Dr. Shyam Garg, Precision NanoSystems, Inc.


“Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications of Magnetic Particles”  

Dr. Urs Hafeli, University of British Columbia


“Measurements of Nanograms and Microjoules in Interfacial Electrochemistry”  

Dr. Gregory Jerkiewicz, Queen’s University


“Fabrication and Characterization of Graphene and Graphene Based Composites for Energy Saving and Water Purification Applications”  

Dr. Jun Jiao, Portland State University


“Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation and Applications with Nanomaterials”  

Dr. Frank Kero, PerkinElmer


“Real-Time Analysis of Catalytic Reactions"

Dr. Scott McIndoe, University of Victoria


“Understanding Nanomaterials in Nanotoxicology and Ecotoxicology"

Dr. Ruth Merrifield, University of South Carolina


“Artificial Lipid Bilayer Platforms for Nanoparticle Assays, Drug Discovery, and Single Molecule Sensing”

Dr. Jake Schmidt, University of California, Los Angeles


“Nanomaterials Characterization: State of the Art, Challenges, and Emerging Technologies”

Dr. Chady Stephan, PerkinElmer


“Characterization of Nanoparticles Using Field-Flow Fractionation Coupled to ICP-MS”

Dr. Soheyl Tadjiki, Postnova Analytics Inc.


Get your name on the

Guest list!


          DATE:  Thursday, May 5th, 2016

           TIME:   9:00 am – 6:30 pm

        PLACE:  Simon Fraser University

                         Burnaby Campus

                         8888 University Drive

                         Burnaby, B.C.

                         Canada V5A 1S6


Reserve Your Spot


Call For Posters: 

We invite all scientists and engineers from academia, government or industry to submit posters for consideration at the Nanolytica event. It's your chance to share your ideas and experiences with others working in this field. 

The best student presented poster will WIN AN APPLE iPAD! Please indicate when you register for your ticket to enter your poster submission.