News Archive

Jan27 White House Blog: Educating and Inspiring Students through Nanotechnology
nanoHUB.org was featured in an article published by the White House Blog …
Nov18 Meet Krishna Madhavan
CIRCL published a profile of NCN's education lead, Krishna Madhavan, …
Nov17 10 Ways Advanced Computing Catalyzes Science
Designing new nanodevices At the nanoscale, new phenomena take …
Oct20 Purdue to celebrate decade of research at Birck Nanotechnology Center in Discovery Park
Purdue University will celebrate a decade of research advancements in …
Mar06 Simulations provide new insight into emerging nanoelectronic device
Prof. Alejandro Strachan and group members Nicolas Onofrio and David …
Mar04 From massive supercomputers come tiniest transistors
NCN Director, Gerhard Klimeck, and his group work …
Oct15 nanoHUB.org listed as one of the 50 top resources to learn electrical engineering
nanoHUB.org was featured as one of the top 50 resources to learn …
Sep22 Congratulations to nanoHUB-U faculty, Timothy Fisher, for startup that scales up Graphene production
    Tim Fisher, founder and Chief Technology …
Sep17 Professor Mark S. Lundstrom - Alexandria Education Foundation's 2014 Hall of Fame Honoree
  The Alexandria Education Foundation (AEF) …
Jul23 Prof. Mark S. Lundstrom, founder of nanoHUB, featured in the Reuters list of "The World's Most Influential Minds."
ScienceWatch.com — Thomson Reuters has …
Mar10 Revolutionizing nanoscience with nanoHUB
nanoHUB is featured in this article on International Science Grid this …
Jul10 EPICs High participants learn about nanoHUB
This week at Purdue, dozens of high school teachers participated in the …
Jun28 nanoHUB featured as Best of Web
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News have highlighted nanoHUB in …
Jun04 nanoHUB-U Featured in Special Focus Issue of Physics World
nanoHUB-U was featured in a recent special focus issue of Physics World. …
Feb28 nanoHUB.org participates in Research Data Symposium
Researchers and publishers addressed the question of how best to present …
Feb05 Purdue researchers win $14.5 million NSF grant to take nanoHUB.org to next level
The Purdue-led Cyber Platform, a part of the Network for Computational …
Jan15 Single-atom transistor on Discover Magazine's top 100 discoveries for 2012
Discover Magazine named the single-atom transistor No. 29 on its list of …
Oct17 Sharing science in the 'collaboratory'
Ewa Deelman, principal investigator of the Pegasus Workflow Management …
Aug02 Solar technology symposium focuses on using photovoltaic cells
Leading researchers from industry, national laboratories and academia will …
Jul20 Call for Papers: The 2nd Workshop on Analyzing and Improving Collaborative eScience with Social Networks (eSoN 12)
Social networking is profoundly changing the way that people communicate …
Jun18 Gerhard Klimeck interview on nanoHUB/HUBzero posted on Research Computing and Engineering (RCE) podcast
Dr. Gerhard Klimeck, Director of the Network for Computational …
Jun14 NCN director Klimeck gives a nanoHUB overview for TEDx PurdueUTalks
TEDxPurdueU, an independently organized TED event, hosted their inaugural …
Jun08 Collaboration essential to economic growth achieved through nanoHUB.org and forums
Mihail Roco, an international leader of nanotechnology development, …
May18 Purdue faculty visit White House as part of national Materials Genome Initiaitve
Several Purdue faculty visited the White house on May 14th to discuss …
May18 Intel utilizes modeling tools to help develop novel transistor
Intel recently released a novel transistor, 10 nm smaller than the current …
May02 Collaboration in nanomaterial research key in balancing discovery with safety
A report from the National Academy of Sciences discussing safety and …
Mar27 SISPAD abstracts due April 9
The International Conference on Simulation of Semiconductor Processes and …
Feb29 Computational science and engineering conference requests abstract submissions
Undergraduate or graduate students interested in giving short …
Feb20 One and done: Single-atom transistor is end of Moore's Law; may be beginning of quantum computing
The smallest transistor ever built - in fact, the smallest transistor that …
Feb13 Supriyo Datta elected to National Academy of Engineering
The National Academy of Engineering has elected into its society Supriyo …
Jan11 Doctoral fellowships in Nanomedicine and Pharmaceutical Innovation
10 Doctorate fellowships will be offered in 2012 by the EMJD NanoFar …
Dec28 nanoHUB U offers online course: Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics
Online courses will be offered beginning in 2012 by the science and …
Dec14 Award-winning Cornell research utilizes nanoHUB.org
The Cornell University received an IDC (International Data Corporation) …
Oct19 Klimeck and nanoHUB.org featured in EEWeb Pulse
Dr. Gerhard Klimeck, Director, Network for Computational Nanotechnology …
Sep22 PhD Comics author brings his humorous take on academic life to Purdue
Jorge Cham, creator of the comic strip “Piled Higher and Deeper” …
Aug12 Supercomputers model real-world quantum dot devices 'atom-by-atom'
NEMO 3D results for quantum dots are highlighted in this article appearing …
Jul12 Purdue Researchers Break Petaflop Barrier
Purdue researchers, led by NCN director Gerhard Klimeck, break petaflop …
Jun30 Tunneling Transistors - Quantum effects in "III-V" materials allow for faster, lower-energy nanotransistors
In this article, presented by the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) …
Jun13 Dr. Gerhard Klimeck Interview - EEWeb
Dr. Gerhard Klimeck, Director, Network for Computational Nanotechnology …
Jun06 Dr. Jason Clark Interview - Live Science
Dr. Jason Clark, nanoHUB contributor and Purdue faculty member, is …
Jun02 nanoHUB.org and HUBzero - working toward a mobile platform
Purdue student Brandon Hill discusses his work with HUBzero and …
May18 nanoHUB.org and HUBzero Working with Small Manufacturers
Together with Purdue's Technical Assistance Program (TAP), nanoHUB.org and …
May17 Seeing the Light: Berkeley Lab Scientists Bring Plasmonic Nanofields Into Focus
“We wondered whether there was a way to use light already present in our …