T. Dammak - TU-MRS
... structures have been investigated from the viewpoint of fundamental
physics and of applications in novel optical and electrical devices.
Especially, numerous studies have shown the unique optical properties
of semiconductor multiple quantum well structures, in which
Coulomb interaction between elect ...
报告人简介: David Kisailus is a Kavli Fellow of the National Academy
... Chung Associate Professor of Energy Innovation in the Department of Chemical and Environmental
Engineering at University of California, Riverside. He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering (Drexel
University), a M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering (University of Florida), a Ph.D. in
Materials Scie ...
research highlight in Nature Mat. (July 2011)
... controllable size can be synthesized in
large quantities, and their tunable optical
properties and high fluorescence efficiency
make them potentially interesting probes
for biomedical imaging. However, such
quantum dots are often based on toxic Cd
or Pb compounds. They can induce cell
death by autop ...
... Center for Theoretical Physics, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-747, Korea
Minh Binh Nguyen Talk Announcement
... many cases, going toward low dimensionality requires to sacrifice a degree of freedom which is an
intrinsic property of bulk 3D materials: interaction between sub-systems. Inspired by the way Nature put
isolated atoms together to create more complex interacting systems, we are interested in construc ...
New quasiatomic nanoheterostructures: Superatoms and Excitonic
... dielectric) material; core is surrounded by a dielectric (semiconductor) sensor with DP ε1 . The term
“artificial atom” (superatom) is legitimate, given the discrete the nature of the spectra of the electronic
states superatomic and natural atoms [1,2], as well as the similarity of their chemical ...
Example 2 - UMKC Research
... materials is a nontrivial but critical step in being able to
develop a predictive approach to materials design for
twenty-first century technology needs. In collaboration
with Prof. Paul Rulis (Physics) and Prof. Nathan Oyler
(Chemistry), we are working to develop models for the
local physical struc ...
... • Deposition of conducting polymer films by
oxidative polymerization of monomer, such as
... Christopher K. Ober of Cornell University, and coworkers
Sensitive two-photon dye promises to advance 3-D device fabrication
A two-photon dye that may permit device microfabrication to be carried
out in three dimensions and with greater efficiency, reliability, and
speed than previously possible was ...
Nanochemistry or Nanotechnology are related with the production and the reactions of nanoparticles, nanostructures and their compounds. It is concerned with the unique properties associated with assemblies of atoms or molecules on a scale between that of the individual building blocks and the bulk material (from 1 to 1000 nm). At this level, quantum effects can be significant, and also new ways of carrying out chemical reactions become possible.This science use methodologies from the synthetic chemistry and the materials chemistry to obtain nanomaterials with specific sizes, shapes, surface properties, defects, self-assembly properties, designed to accomplish specific functions and uses. Nanomaterials can be created from virtually any material, such as metals, semiconductors and polymers, both in their amorphous and crystalline forms.Nanochemical methods can be used to create carbon nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes (CNT), graphene and fullerenes which have gained attention in recent years due to their remarkable mechanical and electrical properties.