Magnon-Mediated Interlayer Coupling and Spin-Transfer Torques
09 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Ran Cheng
In this talk we propose a magnonic analog of spin‐valve composed of insulating ferromagnet/antiferromagnet/ferromagnet trilayer. We find that magnons inside the antiferromagnetic spacer can mediate an effective exchange coupling between the two ferromagnets similar to the RKKY interaction.
Designing Functional Polymers for Water Purification and Flexible Electronic Applications
09 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Bryan W. Boudouris
nanoHUB in a Nutshell: Delivering New Paradigms in Education and Research
09 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Gerhard Klimeck
Gordon Moore’s 1965 prediction of continued semiconductor device down-scaling and circuit up-scaling has become a self-fulfilling prophesy in the past 50 years. Open source code development and sharing of the process modeling software SUPREM and the circuit modeling software SPICE were two...
Massively Parallel Sensing of Molecules with Mid-infrared Frequency Combs
03 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Konstantin L. Vodopyanov
Mid-infrared spectroscopy offers supreme sensitivity for detection of trace gases, solids and liquids, based on specific for this spectral region telltale vibrational bands. I will present a new platform for mid-infrared spectroscopy, based on a pair of mutually coherent and broadband frequency...
p-bits for Probabilistic Spin Logic (PSL): A Brief Introduction
02 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Supriyo Datta
In this talk we present a brief introduction of our recent work where we have introduced a concept that is intermediate between bits and q-bits, namely a probabilistic bit or p-bit that fluctuates randomly between 0 and 1. ...
Your Career Choices: A Perspective from 24 years in Industry, National Laboratory, and Academia and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development
02 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Gerhard Klimeck
What are your career choices with a BS, MS, or PhD? Will you develop technology yourself? Will you work in a team? Will you guide people? Where will you work: in industry, research lab, or academia?
Nanotechnology & Internet of Things
28 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Ali Shakouri
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Research at Purdue University
28 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Carl Wassgren
In this talk I will present an overview of some of the pharmaceutical manufacturing research at Purdue University. The talk will focus primarily on solid dosage form drug product manufacturing, including various unit operations and continuous manufacturing. The talk will also...
Catching Light Rays: Making Light Work at Nanoscale for Faster Communication, Denser Data Storage, Energy and BioMedical Applications
25 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Alexandra Boltasseva
Optics has revolutionized how we communicate, harvest energy, do computation and diagnose illness. Novel optical technologies fueled by nanophotonics “squeeze” electromagnetic radiation into tiny areas much smaller than the wavelength of light.
Fracture Behavior (with Cheese!)
21 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Jessica Anne Krogstad
This presentation introduces fracture behavior of materials with historical context. Several common fracture mechanisms are introduced in the context of fracture surfaces. We also provide examples of common testing configurations relevant to the companion lab...
From Driven Systems to Topological Quantum Machines: 2d Floquet and Topological Energy Pumping
21 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Gil Refael
In my talk I will show how applying multiple periodic drives to a quantum system could increase its dimensionality, and may even realize a multidimensional topological phases for zero-dimensional systems. Particularly, a spin-1/2 particle, driven by two elliptically-polarized light beams could...
Quantum Effects in Electromagnetics and Computational Electromagnetics
20 Jun 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Weng Cho Chew
In this talk, we begin by discussing quantum effects related to electromagnetics, such as spontaneous emission, Casimir force, quantum transport in devices, and quantum dissipations. Many of these effects have strong bearing on the future of quantum technology development. ...
Understanding Fracture Behavior in Materials Using Cheese
19 Jun 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):: Jessica Anne Krogstad, Nicole E Johnson-Glauch, Kaitlin Tyler, Rachael Mansbach, Andrew Ferguson
This is a resource from the Girls Learning About Materials (GLAM) outreach camp run at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The learning objectives for this activity are:Students will compare and contrast different types of fracture behavior (ductile/brittle).Students...
PDMS: An Example of a Versatile Material for Micro- and Nanotechnology
16 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: Travis L. Benati, NACK Network
OutlineProperties of PDMSApplications of PDMSModification of PDMS
Two Photon Lithography
06 Jul 2018 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Mohammad Mahfuzul Kabir, Varun Ajit Kelkar, Darren K Adams
Calculate voxel dimensions for a two-photon lithography process
Environmental Impacts of Nanoparticles: The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful
16 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s):: James Kubicki, NACK Network
JFETlab: An Online Simulation Tool for Double Gate Symmetrical JFETs
19 Dec 2016 | Tools | Contributor(s):: Nikolaos Makris, Matthias Bucher, Farzan Jazaeri
Online eudcational tool for simulation of electrical characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistors (JFETs)