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    • Nano and Micromechanics of Biological Tissues 

      Dean, Delphine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-03-13)
      Using a variety of experimental techniques and modeling approaches, the mechanical properties of biological tissues can be characterized over a large range of length scales. One can look at interactions between molecules ...
    • Nano-Enabled Drug Delivery: Exploring Cancer Treatment Opportunities 

      Porter, Alan L.; Ma, Jing (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-09-23)
      We compile large sets of nano-related article and patent abstracts. We then analyze these records to learn about changing research emphases to try to project likely future developmental pathways. In this seminar we will ...
    • Nanocomposites for Radiation Sensing 

      Wagner, Brent (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-01-14)
      Transparent polymer and glass-matrix based nanocomposite scintillators were developed for scintillation applications. Quantum dot polymer composites, fluoride nanophosphor epoxy composites and halide nanoparticle containing ...
    • Nanogenerator and Nano-Piezotronics 

      Wang, Z. L. (Zhong Lin) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-08-31)
      Developing wireless nanodevices and nanosystems is of critical importance for sensing, medical science, environmental/infrastructure monitoring, defense technology and even personal electronics. It is highly desirable ...
    • Nanopantography: A Method for Parallel Writing of Etched and Deposited Nanopatterns 

      Donnelly, Vincent M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-19)
      Nanopantography is a radically different approach for parallel writing of pre-selected nanopatterns over large areas. Arrays of micro-electrostatic lenses (e.g., small round holes through a metal/insulator structure) on ...
    • Nanoparticle Surface Charge Directs the Cellular Binding of Nanoparticle-protein Complexes 

      Fleischer, Candace C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-12-11)
      Nanoparticles used in biomedical applications are exposed to a host of extracellular proteins that can non-specifically adsorb to the nanoparticle surface. We have studied how blood serum proteins can direct the cellular ...
    • Nanoplasmic Waveguides: Optical Interconnects, Lasers, and Near-Field Probes 

      Citrin, David S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-09-27)
    • Nanoplasmonics: The Physics behind the Applications 

      Stockman, Mark I. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-09-08)
      Nanoplasmonics deals with collective electron dynamics on the surfaces of metal nanostructures, which arises due to excitations called surface plasmons. The surface plasmons localize and concentrate optical energy in ...
    • Nanoscale Design of Zinc Anodes for High Energy Rechargeable Aqueous Batteries 

      Liu, Nian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-10-23)
      Zn-based batteries are a safe alternative to Li-ion due to compatibility with aqueous electrolyte. Also, the theoretical volumetric energy density of Zn-based batteries (e.g. Zn-air) is more than twice the one of conventional ...
    • Nanoscience of Metal Silicate-Based Pigments 

      Salguero, Tina (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-09)
      The colored component of several important ancient pigments, including Egyptian blue and Han blue, are based on alkali earth copper tetrasilicate materials. In recent work, we have found that these layered materials can ...
    • Nanoscopic Metal Oxide Objects via Controlled Creation and Rearrangement of Amorphous Nanoparticles 

      Nair, Sankar (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-12-11)
      Metal oxide materials offer a vast range of tunable physical and chemical properties, accessible by low-temperature liquid-phase chemistry. In the form of nanoscopic objects, these materials have a variety of potential ...
    • Nanotech and Ethics- Societal Implications of Nanotechnological Advances: Are We Ready? 

      Hue, Gillian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-12-09)
      Recent advances in nanotechnology research have captured the imagination of the scientific community and society at large and could have a profound impact on life as we know it. But as the list of potential applications ...
    • Nanotechnology and Its Impact on Construction 

      Teizer, Jochen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-27)
      This presentation will review nanotechnology programs and summarize the existing knowledge and understanding of nanotechnology, explore existing nanotechnology ideas, needs, and products in various industry fields, learn ...
    • Nanotechnology for Chemical and Biological Defense: Policy, Programmatics, and Threat Anticipation 

      Kosal, Margaret E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-27)
      The pursuit of the minutely small “nanotechnology” is thriving in academia, in the private sector, and in global state science and technology programs. Through the science fiction of Star Trek and other quasi-fictional ...
    • Nanotechnology for Foodborne Pathogenic Bacteria Detection 

      Park, Bosoon (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-11-11)
      Among several potentials of nanotechnology applications in food, development of nanoscale sensors for food safety and security measurement are emerging. A novel bio-functional nanosensor for foodborne pathogenic bacteria ...
    • Nanotechnology for Ultrasensitive and Noninvasive Diagnostics 

      Kwong, Gabriel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-01-27)
      Biomarkers are increasingly important in the clinical management of complex diseases, yet our ability to discover new biomarkers remains limited by our dependence on endogenous biomolecules. Here I describe the development ...
    • Nanotechnology in South Africa: An Overview 

      Cele, Leskey M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-01-20)
    • Nanotechnology, Risks, and Regulatory Options 

      Barke, Richard (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-03-27)
      The National Science Foundation estimated that revenues from nano-enabled products grew worldwide from about $340 billion in 2010 to $731 billion in 2012, and more than $1 trillion in 2013. The impact of the nanotechnology ...
    • Negative Capacitance Technology for Ultra-low Power Computing 

      Khan, Asif (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-08-22)
      Negative capacitance - an unusual physical phenomenon, where the stored charge decreases with an increasing voltage - can find interesting applications in electronics. For example, when used as the gate oxide in the MOSFET, ...
    • Neuro-Inspired Computing with Synaptic and Neuronal Devices 

      Yu, Shimeng (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-04-09)
      Neuro-inspired computing is a new computing paradigm that emulates the neural network for information processing. To enable the large-scale neuromorphic system, it is important to develop compact nanoscale devices to support ...