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NanoRelease May 2011 Workshop

NanoRelease Steering Committee Workshop: Developing Methods to Measure Release of Nanomaterials from Solid Matrices

This workshop is an initial phase of a project to develop confidence in measurement methods for describing release of nanomaterials from materials used in commercial products.

 

The goal of the workshop, held May 10-11, 2011, in Arlington, Virginia, was to inform the NanoRelease Steering Committee about what to include in a subsequent expert process. Experts at this workshop were asked to provide input to help define and elaborate nanomaterial release scenarios and measurement methods over the life cycle of use of specific material types that have added nanomaterials.

WORKSHOP OUTPUTS

AGENDA

PARTICIPANTS

WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

May 10, 2011
Welcome and introductions
Cathy Fehrenbacher, Co-Chair, NanoRelease Steering Committee

Background: Overall project description and “nanomaterial‐matrix reference system” prioritization made by the Steering Committee
Shaun Clancy, Co‐Chair, NanoRelease Steering Committee 

 

Expected outcomes of the workshop – what do we need from today in order to plan the expert workshop?
Richard Canady, ILSI Research Foundation

Data Sharing Needs and Mechanisms
Mechanisms for sharing existing data

Kathleen M. Roberts, Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

 

Protecting confidential business information, information sharing, and transparency

Matthew Leopard, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

 

Panel on n-Ag Release Scenarios
Uses of n‐Ag in pesticides
A. Najm Shamim, US EPA

Uses of n‐Ag in textiles
Murray Height, HeiQ

 

Life cycle consideration for uses of n‐Ag in textiles
Jo Anne Shatkin, CLF Ventures

Modeling release from uses of n‐Ag in textiles
Bernd Nowack, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA)

 

Measuring n‐Ag in complex media and inter‐comparison of results
Robert MacCuspie, US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Panel on MWCNT Release Scenarios
Uses of MWCNT in polymers
Laurence Libelo, EPA

 

Uses of MWCNT in polymers
Amy Jones, Applied NanoStructured Solutions, LLC (did not attend)

Life cycle consideration for uses of MWCNT in polymers
Jacqueline Isaacs, Northeastern University

 

Release modeling and measurement of MWCNT from nanocomposite materials
Raymond David, BASF

Release modeling and measurement of MWCNT from nanocomposite materials
Gwen Gross, Boeing Research and Technology 

Measuring MWCNT in samples taken from release processes for polymers
Dhimiter Bello, University of Massachusetts

May 11, 2011
Panel on Analysis Methods and Instrumentation
Overview of standards development efforts related to nanomaterials measurement
Robert Cook, NIST

 

Instrumentation, current state and challenges for nanomaterials in complex matrices
Dave Holbrook, NIST

Measuring nanomaterials in the real world
Alex Stefaniak, US National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

State of the science of modeling and measuring releases; what is possible?
Tinh Nguyen, NIST

POSTERS

Overcoming challenges for physical characterization of silver nanoparticles in environmentally relevant waters
Robert I. MacCuspie et al.

BACKGROUND DOCUMENTS

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For additional information on this event or the NanoRelease project, please contact us.

 

Visit the NanoRelease Project website.

​​NANORELEASE PROJECT

Phase 1: Nanomaterial Selection (completed)
Phase 2: Methods Evaluation (in progress)
Phase 3: Interlaboratory Studies (late 2012)
RESOURCES
 
CONTACT US
Richard Canady, PhD, DABT
Director, RSIA
NanoRelease@ilsi.org
 
WHAT IS RSIA?
 
This project was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Federal Department of the Environment.

Ce project a été réalisé avec l'appui financier du Gouvernement du Canada agissant par l'entremise du ministère fédéral de l'Environnement.​​