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 Spring 2019 Schedule
See full abstracts and speaker bios here as they become available.
You can now view Nano@Tech streaming LIVE on YouTube.
|Jan. 8||Todd Sulchek||Georgia Tech, Mechanical Engineering||A Microfluidic Platform for Isolation of Mechanotyped Cells|
|Jan. 22||Natalie Stingelin
||Georgia Tech, Materials Science and Engineering||Cool Photonic and Electronic Plastics for a Greener World|
|Feb. 12||Shu Jia||Georgia Tech, Biomedical Engineering||Toward Systems Biophotonics: Imaging Biology across High Spatio-Temporal Dimensions and Scales|
|Feb. 26||Michael Filler||Georgia Tech, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||Celebrating Silicon’s Success, its Hidden History, and its Next Act|
|March 12||Bernard Kippelen||Georgia Tech, Electrical and Computer Engineering||Organic Semiconductors in the Fourth Industrial Revolution|
|March 26||Jayakanth Ravichandran||Univ. Southern California, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science||Dimensional Control of Light-Matter Interaction in Perovskite Chalcogenides|
|April 9||Shimeng Yu||Georgia Tech, Electrical and Computer Engineering||Neuro-Inspired Computing with Synaptic and Neuronal Devices|
|April 23||Ryan Diestelhorst||OnScale||The Future of Computer-Aided Engineering|
If you would like to see videos of most of our past Nano@Tech seminars, please visit the SMARTech repository or view some of the most recent videos below.