Tags: nano/bio

Online Presentations (121-140 of 306)

  1. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 27 - Image processing, Physical Models, Matlab, and virtual reality in biomedical imaging

    28 Jan 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Bogdan Stanciulescu, Omar N Sobh

  2. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 30 - Applications of Plasmonics in Engineering and Biotechnology

    28 Jan 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Jaeyoun Kim

  3. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 33 - Molecular mechanism of ionic selectivity in potassium channels

    28 Jan 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Crina Nimigean

  4. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 34 - Molecular engineering and live cell imaging

    27 Jan 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Yingxiao Wang

  5. ME 597 Lecture 25: AFM in Liquids I

    20 Dec 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Arvind Raman

  6. ME 597 Lecture 26: AFM in Liquids II

    20 Dec 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Arvind Raman

  7. Three Dimensional Biologically Inspired Microvascular Systems

    13 Dec 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Erich Sackmann

    Erich Sackmann studied in the University of Stuttgart (Universität Stuttgart) and finished his degree in 1964. After working in Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J., USA (Bell Telephone Laboratories) and in Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysikalische Chemie in Göttingen, in 1974 he...

  8. Cell Dynamics. From intracellular transport to locomotion and immunological reactions

    13 Dec 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Erich Sackmann

    Erich Sackmann studied in the University of Stuttgart (Universität Stuttgart) and finished his degree in 1964. After working in Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J., USA (Bell Telephone Laboratories) and in Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysikalische Chemie in Göttingen, in 1974 he...

  9. Thermoelasticity of the Self Organisation and Biological Function of Composite Cell Membranes

    30 Nov 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Erich Sackmann

    Erich Sackmann is considered to be the founder of biophysics in Germany. At the beginning of his academic career, he dedicated himself to the photophysics of organic crystals as well as the physics and uses of liquid crystals. Afterwards, he focused his interest on the physical basis of...

  10. Translational Research in Nano and Bio Mechanics

    18 Nov 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Ken P. Chong

    One of the most challenging problems is the integration and interface between wet (biological) and dry (structural) materials. Nano and bio science and engineering is one of the frontiers in transformative and translational research. The transcendent technologies include nanotechnology,...

  11. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 9 - Vision restoration: surgical procedures to cure blindness

    26 Oct 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Samir Sayegh

    Edited and Uploaded by Omar Sobh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  12. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 8 - The Visual System: Components, Connections and Clinical Presentations

    25 Oct 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Catherine Best-Popescu

    Edited and Uploaded by Omar Sobh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  13. Nano-enabled Biological Tissues

    11 Oct 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Bradly Alicea

    Tissue engineering is a new and vast frontier. Nanotechnology, along with other disciplines, can contribute to the development of novel innovations not previously possible. This slideshow is one person's opinion on how this field should move forward.The introduction given a short overview on how...

  14. Nano*High: Nature's Nasty Nanomachines: How Viruses Work, and How We Can Stop Them

    25 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Carolyn R. Bertozzi

    The birth and growth of nanotechnology is only a few decades old, whereas Nature has been building nano-machines for millennia. Viruses are marvels of natural nano-engineering, but can pose a problem for human health. To combat these nano-machines, scientists are turning to recent developments...

  15. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 2 - 2D/3D Fourier transforms & Electromagnetic fields/ Lorentz-Drude model

    25 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Gabriel Popescu

    So far, we have discussed Fourier transformations involving one-dimensional functions. Of course, in studying imaging, the conceptmust be generalized to 2D and 3D functions. For example, diffraction and 2D image formation are treated efficiently via 2D Fouriertransforms, while light scattering...

  16. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 5 - Biomedicine - A tour of the Cell

    25 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Marina Marjanovic

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  17. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 3 - Fourier optics - Nonlinear optics - Microscopy

    25 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Kimani C Toussaint

    Ray optics-Limit of wave optics when wavelength isinfinitesimally smallWave optics-provides a description of opticalphenomena using scalar wave theoryElectromagnetic optics- provides most completetreatment of light within classical opticsQuantum optics-provides a quantum mechanicaldescription of...

  18. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 4 - Gaussian beam propagation - Elastic light scattering - Dynamic light scattering

    25 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Gabriel Popescu

    Often, experiments involve light beams. A light beam can be defined as a distribution of field that fulfills the approximation in Eq. 20,i.e. is characterized by a dominant wave vector component, k(z) >> k(x) , k(y) . A beam is, therefore, the spatial equivalent of quasimonochromaticlight, where...

  19. 2010 Nano-Biophotonics Summer School @ UIUC Lecture 1 - Introduction

    20 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Rashid Bashir, Stephen Boppart

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  20. Superficial Science – Polymer Surface Science at Purdue

    26 Aug 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Jeffery Youngblood

    In this presentation, Professor Youngblood describes his current research projects and the theme that ties them together - surface science.