14 October (EDT – New York Time)
12:30 Welcome Keibock Lee, Park Systems
– Welcome
12:40 Featured Speaker Ms. Marine Le Bouar, Nanotechnology World Association
– From Lab to market: Strategies and issues in the commercialization of nanotechnology
13:00 Dr. Lisa Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
13:25 Dr. Nicolas Durand, Abionic
13:45 Dr. Doru Florescu, Park Systems
– Enabling the modern digital world with Atomic Force Microscopy
14:00 Dr. Adam Stieg, UCLA/CNSI
– Nanowire Networks for Neuromorphic Computing
14:25 Dr. Rigoberto Advincula, University of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National Laboratory
– Nanocomposites and 3D Printing
14:50 Abstract Presentation Shivani Sharma, University of California Los Angeles
– Zooming-in on the extracellular nanoparticles circulating in body-fluids
13:00 Awet Teklemichael, Nagasaki University
– Anti-malarial activity of traditional Kampo medicine Coptis rhizome extract and its major active compounds
15:15 Kai Trepka, Harvard University
– Rare-earth oxide nanomaterials for magnetic scanning probe microscopy
15:30 Louis Rogowski, Southern Methodist University
– Propulsion of magnetic microparticles for in vivo operation
15:45 Jia Deng, Binghamton University
– External Energy Assisted AFM-Based Nanomachining Processes and Applications
16:00 Piran Kidambi, Vanderbilt University
– Facile Size-Selective Defect Sealing in Large-Area Atomically Thin Graphene Membranes for Sub-Nanometer Scale Separations
16:20 Technical Session Creating nanometer sized structures with ease using Park SmartLithoTM
October, 15 (EDT – New York Time)
12:35 Welcome
– Day Two
Dr. Lane Baker, Indiana University
– Welcome
12:40 Featured Speaker Dr. Antonio Di Bartolomeo, Nano Express / IOP
– Electric transport and field emission in two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides
13:00 Dr. Ioana Cozmuta, G-Space Inc. / Gravity Free
– Designing materials without the gravitational force – fluoride glasses and beyond
13:20 Dr. Zachary Schultz, Ohio State University
– Nanostructures in Biochemical Detection
13:40 Dr. Paul Weiss, UCLA
– Nanotechnology Approaches to Biology and Medicine
14:00 Dr. Sung Park, Molecular Vista
– AFM + Nanoscale Vis-IR Spectroscopy via Photo-induced Force Microscopy
14:20 Dr. Gerhard Klimeck, Purdue University
– The NanoHub Platform
14:40 Abstract Presentation Mohan Hathi, The Rowland Institute at Harvard
– A laboratory-scale 2-axis tracking heliostat apparatus/solar concentrator for conceptual demonstrations of novel geoengineering innovations
14:45 Bart Norton, Kontak Inc.
– Zero Emission Bulk Energy Storage
14:55 Wrishija Roy, The Rowland Institute at Harvard
– Ocean De-Acidification: An Analysis of the Constraints and Impacts of Solar Thermal Ocean Liming Intervention from Engineering and Biogeochemical Perspe
15:10 Kaixiang Huang, Indiana University
– Imaging Effects of Hyperosmolality on Individual Tricellular Junctions
15:25 Huimin Zhou, Binghamton University
– Vibration and Heat Assisted AFM-Based Nanomachining using Probes with Different Stiffness
15:35 Myunghoon Choi, Indiana University-
– Scanning Probe Microscopy of Precision Synthesized Gold Nanoparticle Catalysts. What can we learn?
15:55 Hang Ren, Miami University
– Mapping the Local Potential of Zero Charge (PZC) at Solid Electrodes Using Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy (SECCM)
16:15 Technical Session Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy – Liquid Imaging