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What is a nanowire? What is a nanotube? Why are they interesting and what are their potential applications? How are they made? This presentation is intended to begin to answer these questions while introducing some fundamental concepts such as wave-particle duality, quantum confinement, the electronic structure of solids, and the relationship between size and properties in nanomaterials.

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Performs simulations of quantum dot quantum computation using a model Hamiltonian with an on-site magnetic field and modulated inter-dot exchange interaction.

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Satria Bisri onto QDs

Quantum Simulation of the Seebeck Coefficient and Electrical Conductivity in a 2D Nanocrystalline Composite Structure using Non-Equilibrium Green\‘s Functions

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Satria Bisri onto QDs

NISE net NanoDays Activities in Spanish

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Tanya Faltens onto Materials in Spanish

This new course will give students hands-on experience with popular computational materials science and engineering software through a series of projects in: electronic structure calculation (e.g., VASP), molecular simulation (e.g., GROMACS), phase diagram modeling (e.g., Thermo-Calc), finite element modeling (e.g., OOF2), and materials selection. The course will familiarize students with a broad survey of software tools in computational materials science, scientific computing, and...

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Simulates ballistic transport through resonant tunneling diodes.

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Michael McLennan onto Superlattices

Nanomedicine

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Teem onto Nanomedicine

In this talk I will focus on our efforts to creatively exploit the unique properties of nano-structured III-nitride materials for novel light emitters and detectors in the currently under-developed near- and far-infrared ranges. Due to large electron effective mass, the nitride intersubband materials require the ability to fine-tune the atomic structure at an unprecedented sub-nanometer level. I will describe our work to understand, model, and control the fundamental underpinnings of light generation and electrical transport in nitride nanostructures.

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Rong Huang onto Band Engineering

quantum and thermal effect in naoscale device

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Gaurav Singh onto FinFET

The goal of this short course is to provide an introduction to the theory and algorithms behind MD simulations, describe some of the most exciting recent developments in the field and exemplify with a few applications applications. The series also includes a tutorial on the nanoMATERIALS simulation tool, an online MD simulation tool available at the nanoHUB. This provides users with a hands-on experience with MD simulations and enables further exploration of some of the concepts described in the lectures.

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Predictive semiconductor device simulation faces a challenge these days. As devices are scaled to nanoscale lengths, the collision-dominated transport equations used in current device simulators can no longer be applied. On the other hand, the use of a better, more accurate Boltzmann Transport Equation (BTE) is hampered by the fact that it is a complicated integro-differential 6-dimensional kinetic equation and is extremely difficult to solve. Previous works on solving the BTE have used either …

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dhana sekaran onto PAPERS

https://nanohub.org/resources/15014#series

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ADEPT is a tool for PV simulations.

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Attendees participate in two weeks of lectures and hands-on training in engineering and physical science laboratory techniques by experts in the field. Topics include cancer nanotechnology, cell mechanics, molecular biology, micro fabrication, and NanoBio devices.

Featuring invited lecturers from:


California Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Northwestern University Stanford…

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GEMS 4 Summer School Topics:

Fundamentals of Cell and Molecular Biology Basics of Mechanics in connection with Biological Systems Mechanotransduction at a distance in a living cell Mechanics insights into the pathophysiology of human disease; Microfluidics approaches to studying human diseases Effects of mechanical stiffness and applied force on ligand-receptor binding kinetics at the cell-material interface Fundamentals of molecular dynamics and computational molecular …

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The purpose of this symposium is to bring together top scientists from India and the United States to present their latest work and to discuss future international scientific collaborative partnerships. This one and a half day symposium will also feature a special second half day mini-symposium and panel discussion, “Transforming Pharmaceutical Manufacturing in the 21st Century.”

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This is the 3rd in a series of annual workshops on Molecular Conduction. The prior workshops have been at Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN (2003) and Nothwestern University, Evanston, IL (2004). The workshop has been an informal and open venue for discussing new results, key challenges, and unexplained phenomena.

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Explore ways universities can work together in Bio-NanoTechnology. Discover research opportunities in this emerging area. Network with professionals and researchers who share common interests. Hear the latest on current research topics

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Resources for Grade School Students Nanozone Nanozone, for kids ages 8-14, explores the basics of nanotechnology and nanoscience with games,videos and comics. Molecularium Project The Molecularium Project provides educational tools and games for kids to learn and have fun with the nanoparticle…

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AHard Day in the Life of a Soft Cell With every beat of the heart, inflation of the lung, or peristalsis of the gut, cell types of diverse function are subjected to substantial stretch. But what physical laws govern the abilities of the cytoskeleton to deform, contract, and remodel at the nanoscale? New data support the idea that the cytoskeleton is at once a crowded chemical space and a fragile soft material in which the effects of biochemistry, molecular crowding, and physical forces are …

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This series is organized by PhD students who are appointed as Trainees in the NIH/NCI Midwest Cancer Nanotechnology Training Center (M-CNTC) and in the NSF IGERT in Cellular and Molecular Mechanics and BioNanotechnology (CMMB IGERT). These traineeships are designed to train the next generation of leaders who will define the new frontiers of nanotechnology in cancer research and in cellular and molecular mechanics and bionanotechnology. The BioNanotechnology Seminar Series is also sponsored by …

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NCN Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Paid research positions are available for summer 2015 at Purdue. Check out the group site and flier for more information. https://nanohub.org/groups/ncnsurf

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Drift-Diffusion Model

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Joonyong Choi onto Drift_Diffusion Model

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