Seminars Calendar

Date/Time
Speaker
Title
Location
Link to Abstract

Wednesday

October 11

2:45 p.m.

Latha Venkataraman

Department of Physics

Columbia University

Conduction Through Single Molecules
Room 130 Physics

Tuesday

October 31

2:50 p.m.

Srini Mukundan

Duke University

Liposomal nanocarriers in preclinical imaging and beyond? FCIEMAS Auditorium B abstract

Tuesday

November 28

2:50 p.m.

Mark Wiesner

Duke University

A consideration of the possible environmental risks posed by fullerene nanomaterials

FCIEMAS

Auditorium B

 

 

 

Archive Calendar

Date/Time
Speaker
Title
Location
Link to Abstract
Tuesday
April 11, 2006
2:50 p.m.
Harold Erickson,
Duke Cell Biology and Bioengineering
FtsZ, the Nanomachine that Divides Bacteria
CIEMAS Auditorium B
Tuesday
April 4, 2006
2:50 p.m.
Nongjian Tao,
Arizona State
Controlling Electron Transport in Single Molecules
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Wednesday
March 8, 2006
3:00 p.m.
Michael Mertig
Dresden University of Technology
DNA-Based Fabrication of Metallic Nanowires and Networks

Fitzpatrick Center, Schiciano Auditorium, Side A

Tuesday
February 21, 2006
2:50 p.m.

Paul W.K. Rothemund,
Dept. of Computer Science, CalTech

DNA Origami
CIEMAS Auditorium B
Tuesday
January 24, 2006
2:50 p.m.

Stephen Craig,
Duke Chemistry

Mechanics of Single Molecules and Polymer Interfaces

CIEMAS Auditorium B
Tuesday
December 6, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Dan Kenan,
Duke Pathology
Interfacial Biomaterials
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
November 29, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Fabio Altomare,
Duke Physics
Non-linear IV of the Superconducting Transition in Ultra-narrow Al Wires
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
November 8, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Alvy Lebeck,
Duke Computer Science

Circuit and System Architecture for DNA-Guided Self-Assembly of Nanoelectronics

CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
November 1, 2005
2:50 p.m.

Adrienne Stiff-Roberts,

Duke ECE
Pratt School of Engineering

Quantum Dots for IR Photodetection
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
October 25, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Ben Yellen,
Duke Materials Science
Colloidal Manipulation using Electric and Magnetic Fields
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
October 18, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Paul Weiss,
Penn State
Creating Nanostructures through Self- and Directed Assembly
CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
September 27, 2005
2:50 p.m.
Boris Ahkremitchev, Duke Chemistry
Intermolecular energy landscape characterization from single-molecule unbinding experiments
TEER 203
Tuesday
September 13, 2005
2:50 p.m.

Joe Perry,

School of Chemistry & Biochemistry Georgia Institute of Technology

Two-Photon Absorbing Materials for 3D Microfabrication, Sensing and Imaging

CIEMAS Auditorium A
Tuesday
May 10, 2005
2:30 p.m.
M.G. Finn,
Scripps Research Institute
Viruses as Molecular Building Blocks
1464 CIEMAS Auditorium
Tuesday
April 19, 2005
2:30 p.m.
Xiaogang Peng, Department of Chemistry
University of Arkansas
Rational Synthesis and Processing of High Quality Nanocrystals
CIEMAS Auditorium B
Thursday
April 7, 2005
8:00 p.m.
Charles M. Lieber, Harvard University
Nanotechnology: Emerging Opportunities in Electronics, Biology and Much More!
Fritz London Lecture Hall, Gross Chemistry Building
Tuesday
March 29, 2005
3:05 p.m.
Dan Morse, UCSB
New Biologically Inspired Low-Temperature Nanofabrication Yields Semiconductors for Photovoltaic and Other Applications
203 Teer Building
Monday
March 7, 2005
3:00 p.m.
Bernard Yurke,
Bell Laboratories
DNA Based Molecular Motors
CIEMAS Auditorium B

Tuesday
December 7, 2004
2:30 pm

Uri Sivan, Technion
Transistor in a Test Tube - Harnessing Molecular Biology to the Self-Assembly of Molecular Scale Electronics
1464 CIEMAS Auditorium

Tuesday
November 16, 2004 11:40 a.m.

James Heath, UCLA
Molecular Mechanics and Molecular Electronics
Gross Chemistry Building, Room 103
Friday
May 21, 2004
2:15 pm
Francesco Stellacci,
MIT
Adding a new Dimension in Nanoscale Materials: Metal Nanoparticles with Phase Separated Ligand Shells
Hudson Hall, Room 125
Tuesday
April 13, 2004
2:15 p.m.
Kurt Gothelf, Aarhus University
Modular DNA-Programmed Assembly of Nanostructures
Nanaline Duke Bldg, Room 147
Tuesday
Nov. 18, 2003 2:15 p.m.
John T. Yates, Jr., Univ. of Pittsburgh
FILLING MOLECULAR-SIZE TEST TUBES
Nanaline Duke Bldg, Room 147

 

 

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