Nano@Tech is an organization comprised of professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students from Georgia Tech and nearby academic institutions, as well as professionals from the corresponding scientific community that are interested in nanotechnology. Seminar meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month during the academic year at noon in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building conference rooms (rooms 1116-1118).
Nano@Tech members also support the Southeastern Nanotechnology Infrastructure Corridor (SENIC) Education and Outreach Office at Georgia Tech. Our K-16 programs are a success due to the growing commitment of this group of cross-disciplined Georgia Tech engineers and researchers. This networking group meets for seminars and generously volunteers their knowledge, research, labs, and cleanrooms to help us motivate young people about possible education and careers opportunities as well as excite them about nanoscale science and engineering.
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Nano@Tech Spring 2016 Speakers
|January 12, 2016||Manos Tentzeris||ECE, Georgia Tech||
Inkjet-/3D-Printed Paper/Polymer-Based "Green" RFID and Wireless Sensor Nodes: The Final Step to Bridge Cognitive Intelligence, Nanotechnology and RF
|January 26, 2016||Elsa Reichmanis||ChBE, Georgia Tech||
Structure – Process - Property Relationships Governing Solution Processed Semiconductor Performance
|February 9, 2016||Matt McDowell||ME, Georgia Tech||
Pathways to Improved Performance of Electrochemical Systems through an Understanding of Dynamic Materials Processes
|February 23, 2016||Ravi Kane||ChBE, Georgia Tech||The Design of Nanoscale Therapeutics and Nanostructured Materials|
|March 8, 2016||Jan Youtie||Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Tech||Commercialization and Public Values Implications of Nanotechnology|
|March 29, 2016||Chen Li||University of South Carolina Department of Mechanical Engineering||To What Extent Can Complex Two-Phase Transport Be Manipulated at Micro/Nanoscale?|
|April 12, 2016||Spencer Fallek||GTRI, Georgia Tech||
Advances in Ion Trap Quantum Computing
|April 26, 2016||Amanda Stockton||School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech||Details TBA|