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    • Silicon-Based Resonant Microsensors 

      Brand, Oliver (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-21)
      The presentation gives an introduction to resonant microsensors providing a frequency output signal. These sensors generally benefit from an excellent frequency resolution, which is ideally limited only by the length of ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Integrated Electronics in Chemical Analysis 

      Janata, Jiri (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-13)
      Integration of chemical recognition elements with solid state electronic devices has been subject of intense interest for over three decades, with some notable achievements achieved in electroanalytical chemistry. Initially, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Curricular, Biochemical and Environmental Applications of Nanotechnology 

      Lynch, Will (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-02-09)
      Chemistry occupies a unique place in the university curriculum and is required by a wide variety of other disciplines because of its general utility. Unfortunately, the laboratory portion of the course does not always ...
    • Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) 

      Stickney, John L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-02-24)
      Recent results in studies of the formation of compound and metal nanofilms by electrochemical atomic layer deposition (ALD) will be discussed. ALD is the deposition of materials an atomic layer at a time using surface ...
    • Carbon-Based Interconnects for Nanoelectronic Systems 

      Naeemi, Azad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-07)
      Interconnects have long been considered a major limitation for integrated circuits because of the delay they add to critical paths, the power they dissipate, the noise and jitter they induce on one another, and their ...
    • Innerspace, Biomimicry and the Aesthetics of Science 

      Oliveri, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-21)
      In this seminar, Michael Oliveri will talk about his recent work, future projects and discuss the similarities in process and aesthetics which science and art share.
    • 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 ...
    • Axion Biosystems Neural Interfacing Company 

      O'Brien, Tom; Rajaraman, Swami (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-09-08)
    • Electron Beam Lithography Fabricated Carbon Nanofiber Sensor for Water Based Biohazards 

      Brown, Devin K. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-09-22)
      The Nanotechnology Research Center has partnered with Early Warning, Inc. to fabricate a sensor for detection of biohazards in water. The biosensor platform technology has been licensed to Early Warning by NASA and was ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Novel Transfer Behavior at a Single Nanopore - Impedance Characteristics 

      Wang, Gangli (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-12-08)
      The talk will discuss novel mass transfer behavior through interfacial area in a single nanosized pore. A microscopic view of mass transfer through nanoscale interfacial region is probed by the combined voltammetric and ...
    • An Introduction to the Helium Ion Microscope. 

      Notte, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-02-09)
      Although conceived 50 years ago, the helium ion microscope has only recently been realized as a commercial product. Now with several of these instruments deployed at scientific institutions around the globe, new applications ...
    • Multilayer Epitaxial Graphene: The New Substrate for Graphene Electronics 

      Conrad, Edward (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-02-23)
      Graphene has been advertised both as a unique electron system for 2D physics research and as a platform for carbon electronics. Despite these claims, only a few of the fundamental properties of an isolated graphene sheet ...
    • 3D Integration: A New Era for the Integrated Circuit 

      Bakir, Muhannad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-03-30)
      The information revolution has been the most important economic event of the past century and its most powerful driver has been the silicon integrated circuit (IC). Over the past fifty years, the migration from BJT to ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...