8th Annual Nanoscience and Nanotechnology ForumDownload File:
8th Annual Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Forum
Wednesday, October 24
Keynote Speaker:Abstract: Six years beyond the official launching of the National Nanotechnology Initiative, the excitement and promise of nanoscience and nanotechnology are undiminished. The scope of the research is tremendously broad, as are the potential applications. What is the measure of our collective progress, what tools do we still need to construct and what challenges remain? By focusing on specific examples and experience, this talk will try to illuminate the broader questions.
Scientific Director, California Nanosystems Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Buiding the Nano-Roadmap: Foundations, Milestones, and Destinations"
James Dickerson, Assistant Professor of Physics
" Recent Progress in Electrophoretic Deposition of Nanomaterials"
Tobias Hertel, Associate Professor of Physics
Deyu Li, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
"New Concept Coulter Counters"
Florence Sanchez, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering
" Durability and performance of nano-modified cement-based materials"
Chinmay Soman, Graduate Student, Interdisciplinary Materials Science
"Quantum Dot Enabled Multiplexed Antigen Profiling - Catching cancers early"
David Wright, Associate Professor of Chemistry
" Nanotechnology for Health and Medicine"
Evelyn Hu's Bio: Professor Hu received her B.A. in Physics (summa cum laude) from Barnard College and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Physics from Columbia University. From 1975-81, Dr. Hu was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories at Holmdel, NJ. From 1981 to 1984 she served as a Supervisor for VLSI Patterning Processes at Bell Laboratories at Murray Hill, NJ. In 1984 she jointed UCSB as a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). She currently holds joint appointments in ECE and Materials, and is the Scientific Co-Director of the newly-formed California Nanosystems Institute, a UCLA-UCSB collaborative California Institute for Science and Innovation. Her research focuses on high-resolution fabrication of compound semiconductor electronic and optoelectronic devices, candidate structures for the realization of quantum computation schemes, and on novel device structures formed through the heterogeneous integration of materials. Recently her work has involved the interaction of quantum dots in high Q microdisk and photonic crystal cavities. She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the Academica Sinica, a recipient of the AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award, and was named an NSF Distinguished Teaching Scholar. She was named the 2005 UCSB Faculty Research Lecturer. She is a Fellow of the IEEE, APS, and the AAAS, and holds an honorary Doctorate of Engineering from the University of Glasgow.