Karen Cheung (who’s co-director of the meeting [with Karl Bohringer of the University of Washington]) had this to say about the event which takes place Sept. 3 -7, 2008 at Friday Harbor in Washington State,
This meeting provides a forum for Pacific Northwest investigators can share their work in an informal setting. This workshop aims to foster new collaborations and large-scale research programs. Panomino brings together both academic and industrial researchers interested in self-assembly techniques, integrated biosystems, and micro- and nanofabrication technology.
You can read more about the meeting here. If you have checked the Panomino meeting site before, you might want to check again as they have added more information about presentations and programming.
Note: Karen Cheung is at the University of British Columbia.