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Surendra J. Chavan - Current and future cell therapies for treatment of type 1 diabetes

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune destruction of insulin producing β-cells present in the endocrine part of the pancreas. Lifelong administration of exogenous insulin is a current mode of…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 10 Months ago 12 views 0  

Microfluidic Circuits and Biomedical Applications - Shuichi Takayama

This presentation will give an overview of efforts in our laboratory to develop microfluidic systems to control cell microenvironments and to perform high precision biochemical measurements.…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 41 views 0  

MEMS-Based Hemodynamic Monitoring for Advanced Heart Failure Management - Michael Fonseca

Heart Failure (HF) is a chronic disease where heart function worsens over time resulting in symptoms of shortness of breath, fluid accumulation, and frequent hospitalizations. CardioMEMS™ is a…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 69 views 0  

Protein-assisted and Polypeptide-assisted Assembly of Particles and Polymers - Paul Russo

Nature builds proteins for structure, function and reactivity, which attests to the versatility of placing different chemical groups on the same polymer backbone. Following this same design paradigm,…

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Performance Modeling, Design, and Benchmarking for Beyond-CMOS Devices and Circuits - Azad Naeemi

A diverse set of novel materials, physical phenomena, interconnects, logic and memory devices, and circuit/system concepts are being studied globally to sustain the exponential growth of the…

From  Kathryn Gentilello A year ago 32 views 0  

The Iterative Process of Scientific Exploration: Effects of Electrical Current in Nanomagnetic Systems - Sergei Urazhdin

In the iterative process of scientific exploration, experimental observations are generalized into hypotheses, leading to predictions subsequently tested in experiments, and so on. In nanoscience and…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 9 views 0  

Self-Assembled Networks of Biological Membranes - Eric Freeman

Biologically inspired materials attempt to replicate the elegant engineering solutions observed in the natural world. Observing that many of these solutions are multiscale hierarchical structures…

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III-Nitride Power Electronics - Shyh-Chiang Shen

The III-Nitride (III-N) materials have enabled several important technology breakthroughs in recent years, most notably as the building semiconductors for the solid-state lighting technology and…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 15 views 0  

Learning From "Coffee Rings": Ordered Structures Crafted by Controlled Evaporative Self‐Assembly and Flow‐Enabled Self‐Assembly - Zhiqun Lin

Self-assembly of micro- and nano-scale materials to form well-ordered structures promises new opportunities for developing miniaturized electronic, optoelectronic, and magnetic devices. In this…

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Organic and Hybrid Materials for Photonics and Electronics - Joseph Perry

In this talk, I will present an overview of my group’s research on materials for photonics and electronics. Polymethine dyes are promising materials for nonlinear optical processes such as…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 3 views 0  

Nanoplasmonics: The Physics behind the Applications - Mark I. Stockman

Nanoplasmonics deals with collective electron dynamics on the surfaces of metal nanostructures, which arises due to excitations called surface plasmons. The surface plasmons localize and concentrate…

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An Optical Rectenna - Baratunde Cola

An optical rectenna – that is, a device that directly converts free‐propagating electromagnetic waves at optical frequencies to d.c. electricity – was first proposed over 40 years ago,…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 19 views 0  

The Structure and Dynamics of Patterned Nanospheres - Rigoberto Hernandez

Colloidal dispersions have been useful for many applications, particularly because of the balance of microscopic heterogeneity and the wealth of tunable properties they exhibit at macroscopic length…

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Optimal Feedback Control of Crystallization - Martha Grover

The organization of a large collection of particles into an ordered crystalline array is needed for many applications, including pharmaceutical separations, nuclear waste disposal, and optoelectronic…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 60 views 0  

Protein Assembly to Create Therapeutic Nanomaterials - Julie Champion

Protein drugs can provide a key advantage over small molecule drugs; they evolved to perform their function, while small molecules are often selected for “best” function compared to a…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 10 views 0  

New Materials for Nanoelectronics: A View from the Bottom - Phillip First

This century has seen the end of Moore's Law and a consequent explosion of interest in new materials for electronics. A central theme has been the control of electronic structure and transport…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 2 Years ago 25 views 0