I plan to attend the following, and thought some of you might also be
> "Nanotechnology R & D in the Asia Pacific Region"
> Dr. Lerwen Liu, Technology Consultant
> Asian Technology Information Program (ATIP),
> Tokyo, Japan
> When: March 8, 11:30 - 1:30 PM
> Where: Applied Physics Building, Room 299
> Stanford University Campus
> Lunch will be provided
> *R.S.V. P. required*
> reply by March 6 to Yurika.Peterman@stanford.edu
> Description of talk:
> Dr Liu is a full-time Technology Consultant at ATIP based in Tokyo investigating Nanotechnology R & D in Japan and the
> rest of Asia Pacific region. Dr Liu has been actively assisting Asian governments in their nanotechnology R & D strategy
> planning. She will outline the most current nanotechnology research and development programs in both government and
> industry in the Asia Pacific countries. In particular the most recent Japanese nanotechnology initiative planning will be
> introduced. Dr Liu will also address the importance of national, regional and global coordination in nanotechnology
> Nanotechnology includes Nanoelectronics, Nanomaterials and Bio-nanotechnology.
> Nanotechnology funding policy/global comparisons will be discussed.
> Dr. Lerwen Liu is an Australian citizen of Chinese origin with a PhD in
> Physics from the University of New South Wales. She has done postdoctoral
> studies at the University of Tokyo and Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa,
> Italy. Her research area is condensed matter physics focusing on low
> dimensional electronic systems.
> Viji Jagannathan phone:(650)725-4811
> Events & Publicity Coordinator fax: (650)725-9974
> US-Japan Technology Management Center
> CIS Bldg, 420 via Palou
> Stanford University http://fuji.stanford.edu/events
> Stanford, CA 94305-4070
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