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Buildings for Advanced Technology Workshop II
  Buildings for Advanced Technology Workshop II

The second consecutive year of the Buildings for Advanced Technology (BAT) Workshop will take place January 21-23, 2004, in Mesa, Arizona. The conference is hosted by the Arizona State University and will be held in the Mesa Centennial Conference Center.

Discussions will focus on developing a connection between emerging science and a range of technical factors to consider during the design and construction of advanced technology facilities to support the next generation of nano-, bio- and micro-technology research and production.

This year's conference will extend the topics covered last year to include the following:
• Defining the Science Needs
• Outlining Trends and Developing Solutions
• Protecting the Investment

Invited Keynote Speaker: Dr. James S. Murday, Office of Naval Research

The BAT Workshop is sponsored by:
• Arizona State University
• Colin Gordon and Associates

For information about the workshop and registration,
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