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  • View Profile - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    A Z Index Division of Research Nano Wayne Welcome Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Charles Manke http www eng wayne edu che manke htm Wayne State University

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=41883 (2016-02-13)
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    of the lithographical methods One of the major hurdles in nanoscale manufacturing is the assembly and connection of various functional elements such as nanoparticle quantum dots Prof Mao is working on a general scheme to create inter element connections and their interface to the macroscopic electrodes For example nanorod linkers have been prefabricated onto nanoparticle quantum dots by nanoparticle induced nucleation Self assembled bilayer patterns have been used as molecular templates for the synthesis of semiconductor nanorod arrays The nanoscale confinement effect on molecular aggregation nucleation and crystallization has been exploited for the making of nanoscale organic inorganic hybrid thin films and devices Prof Mao s other research interests include gene and drug delivery biomolecular interactions and biomembranes The self assembled structures patterns and the self assembly process are characterized at the molecular scale and in situ by atomic force microscopy and single molecular force spectroscopy Resources 1 Atomic Force Microscopy AFM Digital Instruments Nanoscope IIIA AFM STM Magnetic Force Microscopy Fluid Tapping Force Modulation Pico Force Spectroscopy and air fluid sample heater and Digital Instruments Dimension 3100 fully automated stepping motor open cell design AFM Magnetic Force Microscopy Fluid Tapping Force Modulation and Scanning Spreading Resistance Microscopy 2 Polarized

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=42877 (2016-02-13)
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    Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Simon Ng http www eng wayne edu page php id 509 Interests Nano level design of sulfur resistant platinum materials strain induced

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=42878 (2016-02-13)
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    them into useful functional materials by compacting and sintering Traditionally most research has focused on the creation of nano scale structures or materials but for functional components these materials need to be synthesized either by compacting and sintering in vacuum or inert atmosphere in order to make them functional engineering components Because of the high surface area volume ratio of nano materials they are very reactive and therefore it is extremely difficult to synthesize them by compacting and sintering in air into useful functional materials Ultra low vacuum or an inert atmosphere is needed for their compaction and sintering My research focus has been on finding an alternative way of producing functional structural materials and magnetic materials with nano scale microstructures by processing them in situ Therefore I have concentrated on producing nano structured bainitic steel and magnetic materials and nano structured silica for biomedical applications by creating nano scale microstructures in them by novel processing techniques For example to create nano structured bainitic steel we process high carbon and high silicon steel adiabatically and then austemper them in a magnetic field This is expected to result in nano scale microstructure in these steels As a result of this unique

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    Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Erhard Rothe http www eng wayne edu che rothe htm Interests Create lightweight magnesium alloys with better corrosion and wear properties applying a pulsed laser treatment to magnesium alloys yielding amorphous

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=42880 (2016-02-13)
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    Research Facilities Research Home Gregory Auner http webpages eng wayne edu cadence drauner Interests Smart Sensors and Integrated Microsystems Program Center for Emerging Micro and Nano System science and Technology Cooperative Initiative in Biological Nanosystems Bioengineering Infrastructure for Micro and Nano Biosystems Center for Emerging Nanostructure Based Microsystems Research high sensitivity photo acoustic biosensor array systems neural electrical implant retina and cortical microfluidic chip implant hydrogen sensors advanced microsystem arrays

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    Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Ivan Avrutsky http ece eng wayne edu avrutsky Interests Internal exposure interferometric lithography for nanostrip superconduction detectors nanoscale gain assisted resonant plasmons

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=42882 (2016-02-13)
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    Contact WSU A Z Index Division of Research Nano Wayne Welcome Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Amar Basu http microfluidics wayne edu Wayne State University Detroit MI

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=44238 (2016-02-13)
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