Nanometer Scale Phenomena in Science and Engineering
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October 13
11:00am
(GRASP)

Mike Roco: National Science Foundation
"National Nanoscience and Technology Initiative"
3401 Walnut St., Room: 318 C

   

October 19
11:00am
(MSE)

Subra Suresh: MIT, Dept. of Materials Science
"Nanomechanics and Micromechanics of Small-Volume Structures and Devices"
LRSM Auditorium

   

November 9
11:00am
(MSE/Phys/Chem)

Paul Weiss: Penn State University, Dept. of Chemistry
"Exploring and Controlling the Atomic-Scale World"
LRSM Auditorium

   

November 20
3:30pm
(ChemEng)

Jeff Brinker: Sandia National Labs
"Self Assembly of Nanostructures for Sensor Arrays or Microfluidics"
337 Towne Building

   

December 14
2:00pm
(MEAM)

Rick James: Univ. of Minn., Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanics
"Recent Research on The Behavior of Transforming Materials at Small Scales with Applications To MEMS"
337 Towne Building

   

January 25
11:00am
(EE)

Mark Reed: Yale University, Electrical Engineering Dept.
"Electronics at the Molecular and Atomic Scale"
337 Towne Building

   

February 8
11:00am
(MSE/Phys/Chem)

Peter Eklund: Penn State, Department of Physics
"Will the real single wall carbon nanotube please stand up?"
LRSM Auditorium

   

February 22
11:00am
(EE)

A.T. Johnson: Univ. of Penn., Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
"Carbon Nanotube Molecular Electronics"
337 Towne Building

   

March 19
3:30pm
(ChemEng)

Ilhan Aksay: Princeton University, Dept. of Chem. Engineering
"Integrated Nanostructured Materials"
337 Towne Building

   

March 29
11:00am
(MSE)

Carolyn Ross: MIT, Dept. of Materials Science
"Magnetic Behavior of Lithographically Patterned Arrays"
LRSM Auditorium

   

April 5
11:00am
(MSE)

Steve Pennycook: Oak Ridge National Lab
"Navigating the Nanoworld through Z-Contrast STEM"
LRSM Auditorium