Nano@Tech is a group of professors, graduate and undergraduate students, and researchers from Georgia Tech and nearby academic institutions, as well as professionals from the corresponding scientific community, that are interested in nanoscale science and engineering. 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 room (Rooms 1116-1118).
Nano@Tech Fall 2017 Schedule (See full abstracts and speaker bios here as they become available.)
You can now view Nano@Tech streaming LIVE on YouTube.
|Aug. 22||Asif Khan||Georgia Tech, ECE||Negative Capacitance Technology for Ultra-low Power Computing|
|Sept. 12||CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA|
|Sept. 26||Ken Brown||Georgia Tech, Chemistry and Biochemistry||Quantum Computing for Science|
|Oct.. 10||Nadine Kabengi||Georgia State Univ., Geoscience||Using Microcalorimetry and Reactions Energetics to Probe the Surface of Metal Oxides Nanomaterials|
|Oct. 24||Suresh Sitaraman||Georgia Tech, ME||Flexible Hybrid Electronics Poised to Address Grand Challenges|
|Nov. 14||Seung Woo Lee
||Georgia Tech, ME||Designing Multi-Functional Electrodes for Next-Generation Energy Storage Devices|
|Nov. 28||Azad Naeemi
||Georgia Tech, ECE|
|Dec. 12||Hamid Garmestani||Georgia Tech, MSE|