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At 1:30pm on April 30, 2012,
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sami ul haq
said…

hi my dear sir ,

am students of nano technology ,and very very intresting in nanotechnology ,

i want to contributes some things to this field of tecnology ,

so therfore i started a projects on "THIN FLIMN DEPOSTION "

 i need som usefull latrature and research papers on thin film deposition ,

i hope  you wil help me .and you will incourage me also .

best and kind regards .

sami ul haq

email . sami786nanotech@gmial.com

At 6:05pm on June 5, 2009,
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Kristen Kulinowski
said…
Thanks, Renzo. It's always hard to know how to pitch a talk to an audience other than one's own primary field. So I appreciate the good feedback. Despite Vince's assertion that I travel a great deal, I will not be in Seattle next week, though I'm beginning to think I should be!
At 11:17pm on June 4, 2009,
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Kristen Kulinowski
said…
Hello Renzo! Thanks for coming to the session and introducing yourself to me. I found the discussion very interesting and learned alot from the real IH experts!
At 12:52am on May 30, 2009,
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vince rubino
said…
Hello Renzo! Kristen really does travel quite a bit... Dr. Yu and I met her here in Seoul last year. Please say "hello" to her for us. Yes, the Korea delegation will be in Seattle in full force. Did you get a chance to see the distributed MSDS NWIP when it routed? I don't recall comments from Canada. Let me know if you need a copy and see you in a little over a week from now...

Best regards,

Vince
At 3:17am on April 1, 2009,
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vince rubino
said…
Hello Dr. Dalla Via,

You may be interested in this presentation on LinkedIn from Dr. Kristen Kulinowski at Rice University (ICON) .
She is promoting ICON's Good Nano Guide and development of a Nano Wiki.
http://tinyurl.com/dkjt5x
http://www.icon.rice.edu/projects.cfm?doc_id=12207

There is a LinkedIn group for TC229 members you are welcome to join. You can go to LinkedIn to set up an account or forward me your email address and I'll send you an invitation if you are interested.
At 11:40pm on March 22, 2009,
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vince rubino
said…
Yes, I will be sure to let you know when the document circulates and we can certainly have your colleagues in Canada take a look at it. Thank you!
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