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CHN Researchers to Present at Materials Research Society Conference

CHN Researchers to Present at Materials Research Society Conference

CHN researchers will give talks and present posters at next week’s 2014 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting & Exhibit in Boston, MA. Schedule of CHN Activities: Monday, Dec 1: 9:45 AM Cihan Yilmaz, presentation at Hynes Room 103 10:45 AM Jake Rabinowitz, presentation at Hynes Room 301 8:00 PM JuKyung Lee, poster session at Hynes […]

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Nano-bio workshop participants get tour of nanoscale manufacturing center

Nano-bio workshop participants get tour of nanoscale manufacturing center

Participants from the Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium workshop on Sensor Technology and Systems Integration for Human Performance & Health Devices visited the George J. Kostas Nanoscale Technology and Manufacturing Research Center at Northeastern University on Thursday, October 16. Evaluation Engineering has posted a write-up of the visit: Sivasubramanian Somu, research associate professor at Northeastern, welcomed attendees […]

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CHN Director Ahmed Busnaina to speak at upcoming conferences

CHN Director Ahmed Busnaina to speak at upcoming conferences

Dr. Ahmed Busnaina, Director of the NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, is scheduled to speak at two upcoming conferences. Rethink Disruption – Emerging Technologies Transforming Business & SocietyNovember 5-6, 2014, San FranciscoAhmed Busnaina will speak on the R&D in Manufacturing, Applications, and Cross-Industry Collaboration panel on November 6 at 9:00 AM. Conference Summary: In this […]

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Center Highlights

Large Scale Directed Assembly of Single SWNT for NEMS Switches

Large Scale Directed Assembly of Single SWNT for NEMS Switches

Objective: To conduct wafer level assembly of one single wall carbon nanotube for each nano electromechanical device with a high yield. Approach: Employ dielectrophoretic process to assemble SWNT dispersed in aqueous solution by employing a phase shift power source and stream line jet of N2 gas for the bridge structure of nanodevice template where the electrode […]

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Nanotemplates for Directed Assembly of Polymer Blends into Non-uniform Patterns

Nanotemplates for Directed Assembly of Polymer Blends into Non-uniform Patterns

This research was carried out by the CHN Program at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. Objective: This work focuses on developing a method for fabrication of highly ordered polymeric structures by direct assembly of polymer blends on chemically patterned surfaces. Broader Impact: The directed assembly of polymer blends offers an advantage over block copolymers in that […]

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Convective Assembly and Transfer Using Flexible Templates

Convective Assembly and Transfer Using Flexible Templates

Objective: To achieve an effective directed assembly and transfer process using flat substrates (without trench structure). Approach: Functionalized flexible flat templates were used for directed assembly of nanoparticles. These templates elastic properties ensure a more effective nano transfer process. The template has hydrophobic/hydrophilic patterns for the convective directed assembly. Broader Impact: These processes can be applied to a […]

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Team

Team Spotlight:  Jackie Isaacs

Team Spotlight: Jackie Isaacs

Jackie Isaacs, Ph.D. is Associate Director of the Center and a professor of mechanical and industrial engineering.  For the past 18 months, she has also served as Acting Chair of Northeastern’s Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department. Dr. Isaacs leads the research thrust on societal implications of nanotechnology, addressing the impact and ramifications of nanomanufacturing technology. […]

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Recent CHN PhD in Pitch-a-thon

Recent CHN PhD in Pitch-a-thon

Asanterabi Malima, a 2013 graduate from the Center and co-founder of Biolom, a diagnostic biosensor company, presents at the Pitch-a-thon, during which ventures had five minutes to present their business to a group of investors. For up-​​and-​​coming entre­pre­neurs, per­haps the most impor­tant make-​​or-​​break moment is the one when they have the oppor­tu­nity to pitch their busi­ness […]

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Team Spotlight: Prof. Yung Joon Jung

Team Spotlight: Prof. Yung Joon Jung

The research of Jung’s research Lab focuses on controlled synthesis, assembly, and integration of low dimensional nanomaterials for nanoelectronics, flexible devices, and biomedical applications. He is especially interested in carbon based nanomaterials such as nanotubes and graphitic structures that have well-defined atomic structures. Visit Prof. Jung’s Research Group website.

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Events

CHN Researchers to Present at Materials Research Society Conference

CHN Researchers to Present at Materials Research Society Conference

CHN researchers will give talks and present posters at next week’s 2014 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting & Exhibit in Boston, MA. Schedule of CHN Activities: Monday, Dec 1: 9:45 AM Cihan Yilmaz, presentation at Hynes Room 103 10:45 AM Jake Rabinowitz, presentation at Hynes Room 301 8:00 PM JuKyung Lee, poster session at Hynes […]

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April 15, 2014 – Science, Society and Education

April 15, 2014 – Science, Society and Education

A conversation with a Nobel Prize winner:  Science, Society & Education When: Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 4:00 – 6:00 PM Where: Raytheon Amphitheatre, Egan Research Center Speaker: Sir Harold Kroto, Nobel Laureate What:    A Nobel Prize Winner Discussses Science, Society, and Education We have reached a watershed in that the human race now confronts […]

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April 14, 2014 – Carbon in Nano and Outer Space

April 14, 2014 – Carbon in Nano and Outer Space

Nobel Prize winner to speak on NU’s Boston campus – Carbon in Nano & Outer Space Part of the President’s Profiles in Innovation Speaker Series When: Monday, April 14, 2014, 2:00 – 4:00 PM Where: Raytheon Amphitheatre, Egan Research Center Speaker: Sir Harold Kroto, Nobel Laureate What: Carbon in Nano and Outer Space The Nobel Prize […]

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