Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
2006 NSEC Highlights


Center for Nanoscale Systems
Harvard University

Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering
Harvard University

National Nanostructure Infrastructure Network
Harvard University and University of California at Santa Barbara

Teacher Professional Development
Kathryn Hollar, Christina Talbot, George Whitesides, Carol Lynn Alpert

Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Network)
C. Lynn Alpert, Larry Bell, R.M. Westervelt, George Whitesides, Eric Mazur, Kathryn Hollar

Frontiers in Nanoscale Science and Engineering International Workshop
January 26–28, 2006, San Francisco, CA

Nanomaterials Guiding Antimicrobial Host Defense
J. Mizgerd (Harvard School of Public Health)

Nanowire Photonic Devices
M. Loncar, C. J. Barrelet, J. Bao, H. G. Park, C. M. Lieber, F. Capasso (Harvard)

CMOS / Microfluidic Hybrid System for RF Sensing of Biological Cells
Donhee Ham and Robert M. Westervelt (Harvard)

Design of a Magnetic Force Microscope for Imaging Nanoscale Vortex Motion
Jennifer Hoffman (Harvard)

Image of a One-electron InAs Quantum Dot Inside an InAs/InP Nanowire
R. M. Westervelt (Harvard) and Lars Samuelson (Lund University)

Fluorescent and Raman Active Silver Superclusters
Xiaowei Zhuang (Harvard)

Tunable Noise Cross-Correlations in a Double Quantum Dot
C.M. Marcus (Harvard)

Phase Transisiton Devices
S. Ramanathan and V. Narayanamurti


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