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Buildings for Advanced Technology Workshop - National Institute of Standards and Technology - Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, January 14-15, 2003

Arizona State University hosted this year's Buildings for Advanced Technology Workshop II (BAT Workshop II) on January 21-23, 2004 following the great success of last year's Buildings for Advanced Technology Workshop (BAT) held at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) campus in Maryland. This year's conference was held at the Mesa Centennial Conference Center, Mesa Arizona.

BAT Workshop II focused on developing a connection between the emerging science and a range of technical factors to consider during the design and construction of advanced technology facilities that will be needed to support the next generation of Nano-, Bio-, Micro- technology research and production.

This year's conference extended the topics covered last year to include the following:

Defining the Science Needs
Outlining Trends and Developing Solutions
Protecting the Investment

Following the workshop, attendees enjoyed a round of golf at the beautiful Kokopelli course (click here for the workshop participants feedback).

Invited Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Clayton Teague | National Nanotechnology Coordination Office


Presentations material and pictures from the workshop will be posted shortly. Stay tuned!


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Sponsored by:
Arizona State University
Construction Research and Education for Advanced Technology Environments
Colin Gordon & Associates
HDR Architecture, Inc.