ICAM-I2CAM, NYU and Brookhaven National Laboratory Present:
NYU, New York City, June 30-July 2, 2013
Conference is now full.
Registration is only open for invited speakers and sponsor representatives.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference organizers.
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Registration will close again at 5PM on Monday, June 10, 2013.

The conference will bring together a diverse group of scientists working on programmable self-assembly in nano- and microscale systems. It will cover topics of DNA-driven assemblies, colloidal & nanoparticle structures, patchy particles, DNA nanotechnology, bio-inspired materials, as well as novel characterization techniques.

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VENUE: Courant Institute of NYU, New York City, USA
ORGANIZERS: Paul Chaikin (NYU), Oleg Gang (BNL), Alexei Tkachenko (BNL)
INVITED SPEAKERS: Joanna Aizenberg(Harvard U.)
John Crocker (UPenn)
Erika Eiser (U. of Cambridge)
Daan Frenkel (U. of Cambridge)
Henry Hess (Columbia U.)
Sharon Glotzer (U. of Michigan)
Steve Granick (UIUC)
Ilona Kretzschmar (CCNY)
Eugenia Kumacheva (U. of Toronto)
Sanat Kumar (Columbia U.)
Thom LaBean (NCSU)
Vinothan Manoharan (Harvard U.)
Chad Mirkin (NWU)
Monica Olvera de la Cruz (NWU)
David Pine (NYU)
Rebecca Schulman (John Hopkins U.)
Francesco Sciortino (Sapienza U. Roma)
Ned Seeman (NYU)
Elena Shevchenko (ANL)
William Shih (Harvard U.)
Francis Starr (Wesleyan U.)
Alex Travesset (Ames Lab)
Zorana Zeravcic(Harvard U.)
Registration fee of $350 will cover lunches, coffee breaks, reception and the dinner cruise. Junior scientists (students and postdocs) are eligible for reimbursement from ICAM/I2CAM. The grants will be distributed AFTER the conference. We anticipate that this will cover registration fee, and possibly some travel expenses, subject to fund availability. We will notify the eligible participants about the award, and instruct them regarding the reimbursement procedure. To reduce the cost of travel, we reserved a limited number of rooms in Founders Hall, the newest NYU student residence. This accomodation can be booked during the registration process.
The conference will immediately follow the “Evolution of Colloidal Matter” conference at NYU. Please consider attending both meetings.