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Tuesday 4 July 2006

Page 2 of 15

0800 - 1700 0830

Venue: Plaza Level Foyer Registration

Venue: Foyer

Trade exhibition opens Venue: M3

Venue: P5

Speakers’ Support Centre

0850

Opening and Plenary Session 1

Welcome: Chennupati Jagadish Conference Co-Chair / ANU, ACT

Open the Conference: Minister Bishop’s Rep TBC

Vote of Thanks: Max Lu Conference Co-Chair / ARC, QLD

Chair: Max Lu The University of Queensland, QLD

Nanotechnology: where is it headed? How to get there? Henry I. Smith Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America Nanotechnology activities in China Chunli Bai Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China

Morning Tea Sponsored by AIBN

Venue: Exhibition Area

Symposium B

Venue: P1

Chair: Matt Trau The

University of Queensland,

QLD

Engineering biomolecules

into functional

nanostructures Anton

Middleberg, University of

Queensland, QLD

0900

0945

1030

1100

Symposium C

Venue: P2

Chair: Michelle Simmons University of New South Wales, NSW

Electron interaction effects in one dimensional semiconductor structures Michael Pepper, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Entanglement and correlation in Kondo impurity systems Sam Young Cho, The University of Queensland, QLD

Symposium H

Venue: P4

Chair: John Drennan The University of Queensland, QLD

SEM Characterization of nanodevices and nanomaterials Dominique Drouin, University of Sherbrooke, Canada

Symposium A

Venue: M3

Chair: Paul Mulvaney University of Melbourne, VIC

Molecular nano-capsules: assembly and applications Jerry Atwood, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States of America

1130

Functionalised amyloid fibrils for bio- nanotechnology Sally Gras, University of Melbourne, VIC

The characterisation of nanometre-scale materials and structures by low voltage and variable pressure SEM Brendan J Griffin, University of Western Australia, WA Understanding the kink formation in GaAs/InAs heterostructural nanowires Mohanchand Paladugu, The University of Queensland, QLD

Can we chemically bind europium ion onto semicoductor nanoparticle surface Guanghua Zhu, Southeast University, PR China

1145

Processing and in vitro assembly of Virus-Like- Particles Daniel I Lipin, The University of Queensland, QLD

Spin-polarised transport and evidence for a novel spin valve behaviour in YBCO/LSMO/YBCO hybrid structures Gustavo Alvarez, University of Wollongong, NSW

Photoluminescence of multi-color QD 3D devices Jessica Pacifico, University of Melbourne, VIC

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