InterNano is a project of the National Nanomanufacturing Network, funded by the NSF Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing and supported by UMass Amherst Libraries.
- The National Nanomanufacturing Network (NNN), was established in 2006 by the Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The NNN is committed to advancing nanomanufacturing in the United States.
- The Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing is one of 17 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers across the nation and one of only 4 explicitly dedicated to manufacturing.
- The UMass Amherst Libraries are a key partner in teaching, learning, and research at the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. InterNano is administered from the Integrated Science and Engineering Library.
- John Monica, Jr., Porter Wright Morris & Arthur (EHS + Regulation)
- J. Alexander Liddle, National Institute of Standards and Technology (Advanced Processes + Tools)
- Vincent Caprio, NY NanoBusiness Alliance (Business + Entrepreneurship)
- Hyung Gyu Park, ETH Zurich (Fundamental Science)
- Dan Herr, Semiconductor Research Corporation (Advanced Processes + Tools)
- David Arthur, SouthWest NanoTechnologies
- Michael Berger, Nanowerk
- David Cruise, Regional Employment Board of Hampden County Massachusetts
- Bill Gibson, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Mark Hoover, NIOSH
- Tomomi Irita, Daikin Industries
- Goran Karapetrov, Argonne National Laboratory
- Michael McLennan, NanoHUB/Purdue University
- Manish Mehta, NCMS Ann Arbor
- Diane Mundt, ENVIRON Corp.
- James Murday, University of Southern California
- Richard Vaia, Air Force Materials Lab
- D Venkataraman, University of Massachusetts Amherst