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  1. Anantha Krishnan Seminar

    Science & Technology in Support of National Security AnanthaKrishnan is currently the Associate Director for the Engineering Directorate at LLNL. In this role, he is responsible for leading a diverse organization of 1400 personnel that provides the engineering science and technology to ensure the success of the Laboratory’s programs and institutional goals. These efforts include both large- and small- scale systems and components engineering, computational code development and...

  2. Amar S. Basu Seminar

    High Throughput Screening in Droplet Microreactors Multiphase microfluidics utilizes water-in-oil droplets as vessels for chemical reactions.  With volumes of nL-pL, they can provide reaction volumes one million-fold smaller than conventional microplates, enabling new experimental approaches for high-throughput chemistry and biology.  In order to leverage these benefits, one must be able to perform conventional fluid handling operations in the droplet format.  Multiphase...

  3. Dr. Andrei G. Fedorov Seminar

    “Walking the Feynman’s Talk” – Using Focused Electron Beam for Direct-Write Nanofabrication of CNT, Graphene and Graphene Oxide Electronic Devices.   ABSTRACT: In this presentation, I will introduce a unique “direct-write” nanoscale patterning technology – Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing (FEBIP) – in the context of achieving an ever greater control of the material composition and component shape in 3D in order to advance...

  4. Aram Amassian Seminar

    Solution-Based Manufacturing of Semiconductors for Emerging Applications: From Basic Research to Device Applications Printed semiconductors have made remarkable inroads in recent years, raising the profile of solution-based manufacturing as an increasingly viable and potentially low-cost platform which will one day bring technological functionality more pervasively into our lives. For instance, conjugated organic semiconductors and transition metal oxides already exhibit field effect...

  5. Dr. Atif Shamim

    RF SoC and SoP: Enabling Platforms for Miniaturized, Low Cost and Flexible Electronics   The social impact of innovations in electronics is undisputed. From hundreds of megahertz to millimeter-wave frequencies, the evolution of wireless has brought convenience into our day-to-day lives in the form of communication through smart phones, navigation by GPS, information sharing through wireless sensor networks and safety by automotive radars. The next in the line are intelligent,...

  6. Dr. Jonathan Sun Seminar

    Dr. Sun is a Research Staff Member in the Physical Sciences Department at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. He received a B.S. degree in physics from FudanUniversity, Shanghai, China, in 1984, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in applied physics from Stanford University in 1986 and 1989, respectively. For the following two years, he worked at Superconductor Technologies Inc. in Santa Barbara, California, as a member of the technical staff. He subsequently joined IBM at the Thomas J. Watson...

  7. Dr. Jeff Meth Seminar

    Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites Extending the size range of fillers for composite materials down to the nanoscale has the potential to produce unique properties and property combinations that can be of value to society.  Understanding how to create nanocomposites with specified local structure, and measuring the resulting properties, is critical for achieving this goal.  This talk will describe our efforts to create nanocomposites with well-dispersed nanoparticles, and the...

  8. NEEDS Seminar featuring Prof. Peide Ye

    Green Light on Germanium Peide (Peter) Ye School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University   Abstract: This is the second is a series of talks addressing “Device Options and Trade-offs for 5 nm CMOS technology. With continuous device down-scaling as predicted and required by Moore's law, silicon complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology has been pushed down to 10 nm, approaching its physical limitations. For further developments, novel...

  9. Discovery Lecture Series featuring Paul Nunes

    Big Bang Disruption: Strategy in the Age of Devastating Innovation It used to take years or even decades for disruptive innovations to dethrone dominant products and services. But now, before business leaders even grasp what’s happening, enterprises from Blockbuster to Blackberry can be devastated virtually overnight by new products that are simultaneously better and cheaper right from the start, often launched by startups with virtually no capital or infrastructure. Never mind the...

  10. Brian D. Gerardot Seminar

    Brian D. Gerardot Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences, SUPA, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh UK The latest (WSe2 defects) and greatest (InGaAs quantum dots) in solid-state quantum emitters. Motivated by potential technologies that exploit quantum mechanical superposition and entanglement, I will present our recent progress in the application of quantum optical techniques to coherently probe and manipulate solid-state quantum emitters. I will first discuss resonance fluorescence...

  11. XPS Lite Workshop Introduction to CasaXPS

    XPS is widely used to determine the chemical composition of a surface (element concentrations, chemical states, lateral and depth distributions, etc.). Nowadays XPS has become a standard technique for the characterizatio nof solid surface. however, XPS data require thorough analysis, and dedicated software is used for data analysis. purdue University has a site license for CasaXPS allowing complete analysis XPS data. The course aims to teach (1) what analysis should be...

  12. Introduction to XPS workshop - What you should know about X-ray pohotoelectron spectroscopy

    XPS is widely used to determine the chemical composition of a surface (element concentrations, chemical states, lateral and depth distributions, etc.). Nowadays XPS has become a standard technique for the characterization of solid surface. The course will teach how and what information can be provided by XPS. https://purdue.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2aEjFISmtrn3IlD

  13. ECE Faculty Candidate Seminar featuring Yurii Vlasov

    Yurii Vlasov IBM T.J.Watson Research Center Optical interconnects in computing systems – from fiber to the server to fiber to the brain   I will give an overview of the IBM Silicon Nanophotonics project that I led for over a decade from its early scientific exploration stage to technology transfer and qualification in IBM microelectronics foundry fab. The technology is aimed at low-power cost-efficient optical interconnects for internet mega-datacenters and high-performance...

  14. TEDxPurdueU presents MERAKI

    TEDxPurdueU presents MERAKI TEDxPurdueU, Purdue’s own independently organized TED conference, is scheduled to host their fourth annual flagship event from 6-10 p.m. on April 11, in Loeb Playhouse at the university’s West Lafayette campus. The theme of TEDxPurdueU 2015 is “Meraki.” An untranslatable word from Modern Greek, it is used to describe doing something with passion, creativity, or love – when you...

  15. Integrated Imaging Seminar featuring Prof. Amanda Petford-Long

    Integrated Imaging: the Sum is Greater than the Parts Most natural and manufactured materials are spatially complex and heterogeneous, and their performance is typically linked to this heterogeneity. Bulk analysis methods ignore these realities, but imaging and microscopy offer a way to see the real material in all of its complexity and explore its local behavior. When combined with spectroscopy, diffraction, or other analytical methods they allow one to understand what one sees. One can...

  16. Douglas R. Strachan Seminar

    Low-Dimensional Properties of Atomically-Thin Materials and Systems Atomically-thin materials represent the thinnest possible components of future device applications with extreme reduction in size scales. While tremendous progress has recently been made in understanding the large-scale properties of atomically-thin materials, the low-dimensional aspects, although critical to the smallest device sizes, have received comparatively much less attention. Within this important field of...

  17. Nanomanufacturing Faculty Candidate Seminar featuring Sarah L. Swisher

    Flexible, Impedance-sensing “Smart Bandages” Enable Early Detection of Pressure Wounds Sarah Swisher received her BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2004.  Upon graduation, Sarah spent several years as the lead electrical design engineer for a series of GPS-enabled bicycle computers at Garmin, Intl.  She received her MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley in 2012, and will receive her PhD in the...

  18. LAAST Seminar Series featuring Prof. Sankaran Mahadevan

    Uncertainty Quantification in Reliability Prediction of Aging Systems Professor SankaranMahadevanhas more than twenty-five years of research and teaching experience in reliability and risk analysis methods, design optimization, structural health monitoring, and model verification, validation and uncertainty quantification (V&V and UQ) methods. His research has been extensively funded by NSF, NASA, FAA, DOE, DOD, DOT, NIST, General Motors, Chrysler, Union Pacific, American Railroad...

  19. Quantum Photonics Faculty Candidate Seminar featuring Konstantinos Lagoudakis

    Light-Matter Interactions in Semiconductors: An Endless Playground for Fundamental Physics and Applications Konstantinos Lagoudakisstudied in at the National KapodestrianUniversity in Athens, Greece where he received a Bachelor of Science in Physics with specialization on Solid State Physics. He went on with his studies at Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, United Kingdom where he received a Master of Science in Optics and Photonics. He then moved to the...

  20. Quantum Photonics Faculty Candidate Seminar featuring Philip Walther

    Photonic Quantum Cloud Computing and Quantum Simulation Philip Walther is a tenured Associate Professor at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Vienna. Since 2013, he has been the Head of the Quantum Optics, -Nanophysics, -Information Group, which includes seven workgroups with more than 100 people, and in 2014 he also became the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Physics. He was elected to membership of the German Young Academy in 2007, the Global Young Academy in 2012, and the...