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Sponsored by American Elements, Quantum Design Inc. and Angstrom Engineering Inc.

Functional Materials and Devices by Self-Assembly

Date: October 28, 2020

Time: 02:00PM - 03:30PM

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Two decades of active research on self-assembly has delivered materials with unprecedented nanoscale structures in both two and three dimensions. In early work, the focus was primarily on the nanostructure of the self-assembled materials; however, as commercialization interests are increasing, the focus is increasing on the physical and chemical properties of these structures and proof-of-concept devices.

The current state of the field, as covered in the October, 2020 issue of MRS Bulletin, suggests that self-assembly is making significant strides toward application in nanoelectronics, photonics, energy storage, chemical separations, and as a path to form complex structures.

This webinar will expand on the MRS Bulletin issue with talks from leading experts in the field. Each talk will be followed by a Q&A session with the speaker.

Talk Presentations:

  • Self-assembled materials for electrochemical energy storage
    Vanessa Wood, ETH Zurich
  • Self-assembly of Bioinspired and Biologically
    Functional
    Materials
    Robert Macfarlane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Self-assembly for electronics
    Cherie Kagan, University of Pennsylvania

Sponsored by American ElementsQuantum Design Inc. and Angstrom Engineering Inc.

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Two decades of active research on self-assembly has delivered materials with unprecedented nanoscale structures in both two and three dimensions. In early work, the focus was primarily on the nanostructure of the self-assembled materials; however, as commercialization interests are increasing, the focus is increasing on the physical and chemical properties of these structures and proof-of-concept devices.

The current state of the field, as covered in the October, 2020 issue of MRS Bulletin, suggests that self-assembly is making significant strides toward application in nanoelectronics, photonics, energy storage, chemical separations, and as a path to form complex structures.

This webinar will expand on the MRS Bulletin issue with talks from leading experts in the field. Each talk will be followed by a Q&A session with the speaker.

Talk Presentations:

  • Self-assembled materials for electrochemical energy storage
    Vanessa Wood, ETH Zurich
  • Self-assembly of Bioinspired and Biologically
    Functional
    Materials
    Robert Macfarlane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Self-assembly for electronics
    Cherie Kagan, University of Pennsylvania

Sponsored by American ElementsQuantum Design Inc. and Angstrom Engineering Inc.

custom image
Quantum Design Inc. logo, clicking this takes you to the Quantum Design website
Angstrom Engineering Logo, click to go to the Angstrom Engineering website