ALERT: Nano@Tech Spring 2020 Lecture Series Is Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Protocols

Nano@Tech is an organization comprised of professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students from Georgia Tech and nearby academic institutions, as well as professionals from the corresponding scientific community that are interested in nanotechnology. Seminar meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month during the academic year at noon in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building conference rooms (rooms 1116-1118).

Nano@Tech members also support the Southeastern Nanotechnology Infrastructure Corridor (SENIC) Education and Outreach Office at Georgia Tech. Our K-16 programs are a success due to the growing commitment of this group of cross-disciplined Georgia Tech engineers and researchers. This networking group meets for seminars and generously volunteers their knowledge, research, labs, and cleanrooms to help us motivate young people about possible education and careers opportunities as well as excite them about nanoscale science and engineering.

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Nano@Tech Spring 2020 Lecture Series Is Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Protocols

January 14, 2020 Chandra Raman School of Physics, Georgia Tech

Miniature Atomic Beams for Integrated Atomic Quantum Devices 

January 28, 2020 Juan-Pablo Correa-Baena School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech

Understanding and Designing Interfaces and Defects in Perovskite Solar Cells  

February 11,2020 Andrei Fedorov School of Mechanical
Engineering, Georgia Tech

Direct Write Processing of 3D Composite Nanostructures and 2D Electronic Materials using Focused Beams of Molecules and Electrons

February 25, 2020 (Location: Pettit) Lisa Yaszek School of Literature, Media, and Communications, Georgia Tech

A Brief History of Nanotechnology in Science Fiction 

March 10, 2020

Debra Rolison (GIN) Naval Research Laboratory Architectural Design, 1D Walls, 3D Plumbing, and Painting Blind en Route to Scalable Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures for Energy Storage

March 24, 2020

David Myers Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech


April 14, 2020 Khalid Salaita

Department of Chemistry, Emory University


April 28, 2020

Hitesh Handa School of Chemical, Materials, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Georgia



Nano@Tech Fall 2019 Speakers

Date Speaker Affiliation Topic
August 27, 2019 Madhavan Swaminathan Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech

System Scaling through Heterogeneous Integration

September 10, 2019 Igor Bargatin Univ. of Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Plate Mechanical Metamaterials and their Applications

September 24, 2019 Blair Brettmann School of Chemical and Biomolecular
Engineering, Georgia Tech

Expansion of Electrospinnable Materials Beyond High Molecular Weight Polymers

October 8, 2019 (Location: Pettit) Seth Marder Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech

Applications of Molecular Dopants and Interface Modifiers for Electronic and Opto-Electronic Applications

October 22, 2019

John Rogers Depts. of Materials Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Neurological Surgery, Northwestern Univ.

Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Transient Electronics

November 12, 2019

Sung-Jin Park Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech and Emory

Development of Biohybrid Systems

November 26, 2019 Sally Ng

School of Chemical and Biomolecular
Engineering, Georgia Tech

Atmospheric Organic Aerosols: Sources, Chemistry, and Health Impacts

December 10, 2019

Ben Yang Electro-Optical Systems Lab, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Advancements in Photonics for Radio Frequency Electronics Systems


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