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Date:1/28/2014

BROOKLYN, N.Y.--Many of today's most significant technological advanceselectronic devices, the iPhone, medical implants, disease detection methods, and advanced materials hinge on the development of revolutionary interfaces. The study of creating and optimizing the meeting of materialsalso known as interface engineeringis one of the most exciting research frontiers. This week, the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering will welcome leading engineers, physicists, chemists, and clinicians from around the world to the first gathering of the newly established Institute for Engineered Interfaces (IEI).

The workshop will set the initial research agenda for the institute, which aims to make Brooklyn and New York City a powerhouse in advancing interfacial science and developing new materials and procedures with a variety of applications. The institute is multidisciplinary, uniting faculty from several NYU areas including the School of Engineering, College of Arts and Science, College of Dentistry, and School of Medicine.

The workshop will convene Friday, January 31, 2014, at the NYU School of Engineering's Pfizer Auditorium at 5 MetroTech Center in Brooklyn. It is open to the public but registration is required.

Harvard Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology George Whitesides will offer the plenary lecture, followed by presentations from IEI faculty and visiting researchers.

Avi Ulman, professor of chemistry at the School of Engineering and IEI founder, explained that many critical medical and technological challenges may be addressed through advances in engineered interfaces. "Interfacial science is what underlies the convergence of medicine and technologyit's what allows us to bring nanoscience to bear on disease detection or to engineer artificial bones. The first IEI workshop will set the stage for highly innovative research collaborations with real-world applications."

The all-day workshop will
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Contact: Kathleen Hamilton
kathleen.hamilton@nyu.edu
718-260-3792
New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering
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