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Synergies in Nanoscale Manufacturing and Research Workshop

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The NNN co-sponsored this two-day event with the NNIN to bring together experts in nanoscale manufacturing to showcase developing process methods for nanomanufacturing and to plan synergistic approaches for advancing manufacturing platforms with potential for scale-up.

Mirrored from the NNIN SNMR Workshop site at

ILR Conference Center
January 28 - 29, 2010

Developing High-throughput Roll-to-roll Nanopatterning Processes as a Viable Approach to Nanomanufacturing (PDF)
L. Jay Guo, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan

Nanoimprinting with Amorphous Metals (PDF)
Jan Schroers,  Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University

Liquidia's Use of PRINT® Technology to Produce Precisely Engineered Particles on a Commercial Scale for Life Science and Materials Science Applications (PDF)
Mike Hunter, Liquidia Technologies

Moving Roll-to-Roll Processing from the Lab to Manufacturing (PDF)
John Maltabes, HP Labs

Positioning at Nanoscale (PDF)
John Wen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

Solid State IonicNanomanufacturing (PDF)
Nick Fang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)

Metrology and Materials for Nanoimprint Technologies: Needs and Prospects (PDF)
Chris Soles, National Institutes of Standards and Technology

Spectroscopic Imaging STM for Visualization of Complex Electronic Matter (PDF)
J. C. Seamus Davis, Physics, Cornell University

Patterned Media: A Precision Challenge for Nanotechnology (PDF)
Neil Robertson, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies

Self-Assembled Polymer Templates for Device Fabrication Using Roll-to-roll Platforms (PDF)
Jim Watkins, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Nanoscale Synthesis and Layer-by-layer Assembly of High Performance Fuel Cell Materials (PDF)
Andre D. Taylor, Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University

New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales (PDF)
Shelley Claridge, UCLA

Super-Hydrophobic Nano-Composites (PDF)
Jeff Chinn, Integrated Surfaces Technologies (IST)

Nanomanufacturing for Industrial Applications (PDF)
Jim Ruud, GE Global Research

Orthogonal Lithography (PDF)
Chris Ober, Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University

Bringing Flourescent Core-shell Silica Nanoparticle Technologies to the Market (PDF)
Uli Weisner, Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University

Anatomically Precise Manufacturing Will Happen: The Case for This Decade  (PDF)
John Randall, Zyvex Labs

Commercializing Specialty Carbon Nanotube Materials for Coatings and Composites (PDF)
David Arthur, SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT)

Infinite Length, Meter-Wide, n-Layer Graphene and Ultrathin Graphite: A Challenge for Nanomanufacturing (PDF)
Rod Ruoff, Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas

Accurate Carbon Nanostructures for Nanoscale Electronics and Optics (PDF)
Jiwoong Park, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University