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Thank you to all the participants for a great workshop!
There is considerable effort in the Denver area to develop and implement new materials and technologies for improved treatment of water sources. In the coming year, NIST-Boulder is launching a project, "Nanotechnology for Water," aimed at developing real-time, in-situ, nanoscale characterization tools for measuring the next-generation of multi-functional materials for water treatment. The goal of this workshop is two-fold: to introduce our efforts in metrology for clean water and to provide a forum for the local water community to showcase its unique advances and capabilities.
This invitation-only workshop will include people from academia, industry, and federal and local government. We hope to identify the major themes encompassing current materials challenges in water treatment in Colorado.
All conference attendees and visitors to the DoC government facilities must pass through a security screening process and receive a DoC badge to access the site. We appreciate your cooperation with these security procedures. If you drive to the site yourself, please arrive at least 20 minutes early to allow for ample time to check in at the Visitor’s Center.
All participants must check in at the Visitor’s Center at the main entrance to the DOC campus.
Start Date: Thursday, October 27, 2011
End Date: Friday, October 28, 2011
Location: Building 1 Auditorium
Registration is closed.
Workshop check-in and coffee hour will begin at 8:00 am on Thursday, October 27, and again beginning on Friday, October 28, at 8:00 am in the NIST Building 1 lobby. The first session will begin at 9:00 am on both days.