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Events: 2013/06

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  • 02 Jun 2013
    8:00 pm CEST 
    to 07 Jun 2013
    9:00 pm CEST 

    Graphene Week 2013

    Category: conference/workshop

    The 7th International Conference on the Fundamental Science of Graphene and Applications of Graphene-Based Devices (Graphene Week 2013) is devoted to the science and technology of graphene, investigation of its physical properties, advances in its growth and chemical processing, manufacturing …

  • 12 Jun 2013
    12:00 pm EDT 
    to 1:00 pm EDT 

    Nano101: Molecular Dynamics - Prof. Ale Strachan (Purdue University)

    Category: seminar

    The Nano 101 series provides undergraduate level seminars in nano-related topics. This seminar will be broadcast over Adobe Connect. You may join by going to URL: https://gomeet.itap.purdue.edu/nano101/.

  • 21 Jun 2013
    10:00 am EDT 
    to 11:00 am EDT 

    The Road Ahead for Carbon Nanotube Transistors

    Category: seminar

    Single-walled carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are among the most researched materials in the world. One of the foremost potential applications for CNTs is as the channel for next-generation transistors. While some of the CNT field-effect transistor (CNTFET) research community gave way to the rise of …

  • 26 Jun 2013
    12:00 pm EDT 
    to 1:00 pm EDT 

    Nano101: "How nanoscale inclusions in the engine's A1 block were key for the Wright flyer to work" - Prof. John Blendell

    Category: seminar

    The Nano 101 series provides undergraduate level seminars in nano-related topics. This seminar will be broadcast over Adobe Connect. You may join by going to URL: https://gomeet.itap.purdue.edu/nano101/.

  • 27 Jun 2013
    10:00 am EDT 
    to 11:00 am EDT 

    Tunnel FETs - Device Physics and Realizations

    Category: seminar

    In recent years, tunnel field-effect transistors (TFETs) have attracted a great deal of attention for future nanoelectronics devices. The reason for the interest is that TFETs potentially enable a significant reduction of the power consumption of highly integrated circuits. However, to date most of …

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