Micro- and Nano-devices Enabled by R2R Manufacturing

Graphic art for R2R-Micro-Nano Conference 2021

Thank you to all the conference participants!

Venue: a virtual format was due to travel logistics concerns related to COVID-19. We hope to see you in person in 2022.

Conference Themes

JJ PIckle Campus
  • Manufacturing systems and processes
  • Engineered nanomaterials
  • Flexible devices

Our goal is to create an annual conference that has a balanced participation between researchers in academia and industry practitioners.  The conference will include the following offerings:

  • Peer-reviewed presentations and conference proceedings
  • Pre-conference short courses



Thank you to our conference sponsors


Converting Expert logoDuPont Teijin Films logo

Kent DisplaysStensborg logo

S3IP-Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing-LogoTAMU Logo




Conference Proceedings


Conference Co-Chairs

S.V. Sreenivasan
(University of Texas at Austin)
Mark Poliks
(Binghamton University)

Program Co-Chairs

Prabhakar Pagilla
(Texas A&M University)
Ananth Dodabalapur
(University of Texas at Austin)

Industry Advisory Committee

Francis Batchelor (DuPont)
Nick Butcher (E+R Group)
Dilwyn Jones (Emral, Ltd.)
Kang Luo (Applied Materials)
Neal Michal (Converting Expert, LLC)
Scott Miller (NextFlex)
Andy Palmer (Proctor and Gamble)
Nancy Stoffel (GE)
Karl Stensvad (3M)

Associate Editors

Michael Cullinan (University of Texas-Austin)
Jay Guo (University of Michigan)
ChaBum Lee (Texas A&M University)
Tina Ng (University of California-San Diego)
Hayden Taylor (University of California-Berkeley)
Jim Watkins (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Contact Information