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    • Formation and Growth Mechanisms of Single-Walled Metal Oxide Nanotubes 

      Yucelen, Gulfem Ipek (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-04-23)
      Metal oxide nanotubes have emerged as an important class of ‘building block’ materials for molecular recognition-based applications in catalysis, separations, sensing, and molecular encapsulation due to their well-defined ...
    • From Carbon Nanotube Springs to Power MEMS: Creating New Capabilities at the Micro and Nano Scales 

      Livermore, Carol (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-18)
      Combining new concepts for microsystems with new methods of creating them enables a wide range of small-scale systems. At one extreme, new concepts for power MEMS combined with precision micromachining enable high ...
    • From Droplets to Cells: Physics, Devices and Applications 

      Meacham, J. Mark (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-09)
      The ability to introduce drugs, genes, nucleic acids, and/or imaging agents into living cells is critical to drug design and delivery, as well as to many cell biology and genetic modification protocols. However, intracellular ...
    • Functional Nanoscale Polymers and Structures for Controlling/Studying Material-Cell Interactions 

      Khan, Ishrat (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-04-27)
      Functional nanomaterials have a broad range of potential uses in biomedical applications e.g. drugs, drug-delivery, tissue engineering, diagnostics. Synthetic, functionalized, biocompatible polymers can be effective ...
    • The Future of Computer-Aided Engineering 

      Diestelhorst, Ryan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-04-23)
      New advancements in cloud computing and machine learning have created an opportunity for a revolutionary advancement in how hardware engineering is performed. In this talk, Ryan Diestelhorst will discuss his experiences ...
    • Gluing Molecules to Surfaces: Nanocoatings for Improved Durability of Molecularly Enabled Devices 

      Losego, Mark (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-08-30)
      Molecularly sensitized devices that rely on surface bound molecules to impart functionality are keenly susceptible to device degradation via hydrolysis of anchor group chemistries and subsequent molecule detachment. Recent ...
    • Graphene Nanoelectronics 

      Murali, Raghunath (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-09-28)
      Graphene has attracted much attention as a potential replacement for Silicon CMOS technology. In this talk, I will review the motivation for interest in graphene as a nanoelectronic material and discuss potential ...
    • The GT Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) on New Electronic Materials: Research, Education and Outreach 

      Hess, Dennis (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-04-13)
      The Georgia Tech Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) was established by NSF in September 2008. This Center is funded for 6 years and is a cross-disciplinary effort involving GT as well as The ...
    • Halogen-Free, UV-Curable High Refractive Index Materials for Light Management 

      Idacavage, Mike J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-12)
      High refractive index (RI) materials, especially radiation curable high RI materials, have been used for light management in a wide variety of optical, photovoltaic, photonic and electronic applications. Recently, there ...
    • Harnessing In Vivo Enzymatic Activity to Engineer Synthetic Breath Biomarkers of Disease 

      Chan, Leslie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-03-29)
      Breath testing is a non-invasive and rapid diagnostic tool that is underutilized in the clinic due to scarcity of known breath biomarkers. Thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are excreted from the body in breath ...
    • Hierarchical Patterning of Nanoparticles using Laser Interference Ablation and Block Copolymer Phase Separation 

      Alabi, Taiwo Raphael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-12-06)
      We report on a novel approach that combines pulsed laser interference ablation and block co-polymer phase separation to enable the formation of periodic metallic and ceramic nanostructures having a primary ordering (in ...
    • High-Performance Chip-to-Chip Communications Using Advanced Materials and Structures 

      Kohl, Paul A.; Spencer, Todd; Osborn, Tyler (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09-09)
      The "off-chip" bandwidth is a major bottleneck causing system delays and limited throughput, especially in areas such as processor-to-memory bandwidth and processor-to-network. The ITRS cites off-chip signal bandwidth ...
    • High-Throughput Screening of Advanced Polymeric Materials 

      Meredith, Carson (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-02-12)
      In this talk Professor Meredith reviewed recent advances in the high-throughput screening of polymers for advanced materials. Two applications were reviewed: proton exchange membranes (PEM) and biomaterials for cell ...
    • How Interdisciplinary is Nano? 

      Porter, Alan L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-08-25)
      Nanotechnology is commonly viewed as being multidisciplinary, although several studies of the multidisciplinary characteristics of nanotechnology find the term to be an umbrella expression for what in fact are unconnected ...
    • Hybrid Material and Device Platforms for Reconfigurable Integrated Nanophotonics 

      Adibi, Ali (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-11-27)
      The development of ultra-compact integrated nanophotonic structures for communications, sensing, and signal processing has been of great interest lately. Recent progress in the development of miniaturized high-Q microresonators ...
    • III-Nitride Power Electronics 

      Shen, Shyh-Chiang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-02-28)
      The III-Nitride (III-N) materials have enabled several important technology breakthroughs in recent years, most notably as the building semiconductors for the solid-state lighting technology and next-generation detecting ...
    • III-V Nitride Based Micro and Nanoscale Sensors 

      Koley, Goutam (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-08)
      Structural, mechanical, and sensing properties of InN nanowires (NWs) grown by chemical vapor deposition process have been investigated for their applications in nanoscale sensors. It has been observed that the NWs bend ...
    • ImmunoEngineering and Cell Manufacturing: The Next Frontiers in Biomedical Nano/Microtechnologies 

      Roy, Krishnendu (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-12-11)
      Advanced biomanufacturing of therapeutic cells and engineering of the immune system in health and diseases are two emerging and intersecting areas in biomedical engineering. In this talk, I will provide a broad overview ...
    • IMU-on-a-Chip: MEMS and CMOS Microsystems 

      Ayazi, Farrokh (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-02-27)
      The motion of an object in space can be mapped through the use of an inertial measurement unit (IMU), which comprises of accelerometers and gyroscopes. Accelerometers measure linear motion (axial acceleration) while ...
    • Influence of Surface Chemistry on Microtextured Titanium on the Osteoblast Cell Response 

      Park, Jung Hwa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-12-06)
      The aim of this study was to examine the possibility to increased surface wettability of microstructured Ti surfaces through polyelectrolyte modifications without changing surface microstructure and whether these chemical ...