Argonne National Laboratory Center for Nanoscale Materials U.S. Department of Energy

CNM Users Meeting: May 2-5, 2011

CNM Plenary Session

  • Keynote Address: New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales," Paul Weiss, UCLA, Director of the California NanoSystems Institute, and Editor-in-Chief of ACSNano
  • "Multiferroic Vortices in Hexagonal Manganites," Weida Wu, Rutgers University
  • "High-Resolution Nanotomography of Green Cements," Paulo Monteiro, University of California at Berkeley
  • "Biological Applications of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles," Sarah Hurst, CNM NanoBio Interfaces Group
  • Invited Student Talk: "Polarization-dependent MEIRAS Study of CO Adsorption on Pt Nanowire Catalysts," Prashant Deshlara, University of Notre Dame

APS/CNM/EMC Thematic Workshops

CNM Workshop

Short Courses

  • Electron Beam Lithography
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Nanocarbon Materials
  • Introduction to Using the CNM Computing Cluster for Materials Modeling
  • Focused Ion Beam Lithography
  • Introduction to Sputtering and PECVD Techniques
  • Fundamentals of Pattern Transfer
  • Fundamentals of Atomic Layer Deposition

Poster Session

  • Best Student Poster Prize: "A Photoinduced Kinetic Model for Size-DSependent Effects in SERS of Bioinorganic Hybrid Systems," Daniel Finkelstein-Shapiro, Northwestern University

Vendor Expo

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