IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology
The organizers of the annual IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology wanted a specific brand for the conference, a printed and digital version of a 500+ page proceedings book.
Christina Motley was the go-to person to get the work done based on a proven track record with all of the engineering departments at Virginia Tech.
The conference – which was held at the nation’s capital of Washington, D.C. – attracted thousands of experts from all over the world together and provided a forum for the discussion and exchange of best practices, emerging trends and innovative ideas about nanotechnology.
Sponsors included the IEEE Nanotechnology Council and the IEEE of Northern Virginia Section. Co-sponsors included the Robotics and Automation Electronics Society, the Circuits and Systems Society and the Control Systems Society.
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