Schedule

Thursday, October 8, 2009

8:00-8:30: Registration (Lobby)

8:30-8:45: Opening Comments/Welcome (Auditorium)
Kenneth Olden, Chairman
James B. Hunt, Jr., Former Governor of North Carolina

8:45-9:00: Nanomaterials: Definitions and Challenges (Auditorium)
Mark Wiesner, Duke University Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology, Director

9:00-9:30: Industry Perspective: Where we are and how did we get here? (Auditorium)
Chad Holliday, DuPont, Chairman of Board and former CEO

9:30-10:00: Nanomaterials: Bench to Market (Auditorium)
Joe DeSimone, University of North Carolina Chancellor’s Eminent Professor of Chemistry and North Carolina State University William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering

10:00-10:30: Life Cycle Approaches to Risk Analysis: Maximizing Benefits (Auditorium)
Jo Anne Shatkin, CLF Ventures, Inc., Managing Director

10:30-10:40: Work Group Session Overview (Auditorium)
Marci DuPraw, SRA International, Senior Facilitator & Mediator

10:40-11:00: Break

11:00-12:30: Working group sessions (attendees will be assigned to specific groups)

Group 1: Nanomaterials Fabrication (Presidents Room – Upstairs)
“Nanomaterials Production: Addressing EH&S Uncertainty”
Brad Brooks, IBM, Corporate Environmental Affairs & Product Safety

“Source of Environmental and Health Concerns in the Fabrication of Nanomaterials”
Jie Liu, Duke University Department of Chemistry

“Nanofilms and Nanoparticles Preparation and Challenges”
Gregory Parsons, North Carolina State University Director of Nanotechnology Initiative and Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

“Emerging Nanotechnology: A New Risk Factor for Occupational Lung Disease?”
James Bonner, North Carolina State University Environmental and Molecular Toxicology

Group 2: Nanomaterials Integration into Products (Congressional Room)
“Nano-enabled Products Manufacturing: Workplace Risks”
Jurron Bradley, Lux Research

“Environmental, Safety, and Health Implications for Airborne Nanomaterials”
Michele Ostraat, RTI International, Director of Center for Aerosol Technology

“Evaluating Dermal Hazards Associated with Nanomaterials”
Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere, North Carolina State University Center for Chemical Toxicology Research and Pharmacokinetics

“Managing Potential Risks and Liabilities from Nanomaterials”
Lynn L. Bergeson, Bergeson & Campbell, PC

Group 3: Nanomaterials Disposal and End of Life Issues (Board of Directors Room – Upstairs)
“Risk and Regulatory Issues Associated with the Disposal of Nanomaterials”
Steve Beaulieu, RTI International, Manager, Health and Ecological Risk Assessment Program

“Current Knowledge on Nanomaterial Toxicity: Implications for assessing product safety at the end of the life-cycle”
Nigel Walker, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences NTP Nanotechnology Safety Initiative

“Ecotoxicological Considerations for Nanomaterials Disposal and End-Of-Life Issues”
Stephen Klaine, Clemson University Institute of Environmental Toxicology

“Communicating About Nanoscience Risks and Benefits”
David Berube, North Carolina State University Director of Public Communication of Science and Technology Project

12:30-1:15: Lunch – breakout groups are encouraged to sit together (Congressional Room/Upper Galleria)

1:15-3:00: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

3:15-4:45: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

5:00-6:00: Reception (Lobby)

Friday, October 9

8:00-8:30: Continental Breakfast and Gathering (Lobby)

8:30-8:45: Opening Remarks (Auditorium)

8:45-10:30: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

10:45-12:15: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

12:15-1:30: Lunch – breakout groups are encouraged to sit together (Congressional Room/Upper Galleria)

1:30-3:00: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

3:15-4:45: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

4:45-5:00: Closing (Auditorium)

Summit Supporters


Hunton & Williams
http://www.hunton.com/


SRA International
http://www.sra.com/


RTI International
http://www.rti.org/


National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
http://www.niehs.nih.gov/


Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University
http://www.nicholas.duke.edu/index.html


UNC School of Public Health
http://www.sph.unc.edu/


North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
http://www.enr.state.nc.us/


Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina
http://www.rtp.org/main/index.php


The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences
http://www.thehamner.org/


North Carolina Division of Public Health
http://www.ncpublichealth.com/


North Carolina Biotechnology Center
http://www.ncbiotech.org/


Environmental Protection Agency
http://www.epa.gov/


Fleishman Hillard International Communications
http://www.fleishman.com


VisionPoint Marketing
http://www.visionpointmarketing.com


Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology
http://www.ceint.duke.edu/


UNC Institute for Advanced Materials, Nanoscience & Technology
http://www.advancedmaterials.unc.edu/


Carolina Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence
http://carolinaccne.org/


NC State Nanotechnology Initiative
http://ncsu.edu/nano/about/


Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.
http://www.lawbc.com/


NC Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology
http://www.nc-coin.org/


Duke Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program
http://toxicology.geneimprint.com/