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 2018 Schedule (See full abstracts and speaker bios here as they become available.)
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|Jan. 9||W. Hong Yeo||Georgia Tech, ME||Bio-Interfaced Soft Electronics for Human-Machine Interfaces and Human Health Monitoring|
|Jan. 23||Paul Russo
||Georgia Tech, MSE||Protein-assisted and Polypeptide-assisted Assembly of Particles and Polymers|
|Feb. 13||Azadeh Ansari||Georgia Tech, ECE||Nonlinear Interactions in Nano/Microelectromechanical Systems (N/MEMS)|
|Feb. 27||Michael Fonseca||Abbott Labs||MEMS-Based Hemodynamic Monitoring for Advanced Heart Failure Management|
|March 13||Shuichi Takayama||Georgia Tech, BME||Microfluidic Circuits and Biomedical Applications|
|March 27||Richard Barke
||Georgia Tech, Public Policy||Nanotechnology, Risks, and Regulatory Options|
|April 24||Dragomir Davidovic||Georgia Tech, Physics||Magnetic Random Access Memory for Quantum Information (QI-MRAM)|