Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
NSEC Highlights
NSEC 2009 HIGHLIGHTS

These are recent highlights from our center including research, education, and outreach:

Facilities:

Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering and Center for Nanoscale Systems
Harvard University

National Nanostructure Infrastructure Network
Harvard University

Education and Outreach:

Dragonfly TV Nano
Museum of Science, Boston

NanoDays 2008
Museum of Science, Boston

Talking Nano
Museum of Science, Boston

Miniaturizing Assays: Adapting Paper Diagnostics for the K-12 Classroom
Research Experience for Teachers (Harvard)

Research Cluster1-Tools for Integrated Nanobiology

CMOS Mini NMR System
Donhee Ham (Harvard)

First-Principles Simulation of Electron Injection in Photovoltaic Devices
Efthimios Kaxiras (Harvard)

Anisotropic Conduction in Engineered Myocardium
Kevin (Kit) Parker (Harvard)

Shear-induced ATP Release from Red Blood Cells
Howard A. Stone (Harvard)

Single-Crystalline Gold Nanowires that Guide Light at the Nanoscale
George M. Whitesides (Harvard)

Research Cluster2- Nanoscale Building Blocks

Controlling Cellular Morphology and Assembly Using Engineered Nanostructured Substrates
Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard)

Design and Synthesis of Fluorescent-Magnetic Nanoparticle Heterostructures
Moungi Bawendi (MIT)

Semiconductor Nanowire Lasers
Federico Capasso (Harvard)

Spring Constant Modulation of a Microfabricated Optical Tweezer
Kenneth Crozier (Harvard)

Imaging and Atomistic Modeling of Defects on Surfaces: CI on Au (111)
Cynthia M. Friend (Harvard)

New in-situ Growth and Characterization System at UCSB
Arthur Gossard (UCSB)

New in-situ Growth and Characterization System at UCSB
Arthur Gossard (UCSB)

Diamond Nanowires
Marko Loncar (Harvard)

Fabricating Novel Nonlinear Optical Platforms
Eric Mazur (Harvard)

SEM, AFM, Reflectance, and Photocurrent Images of a Single CdS-NW-P3HT Heterojunction
Hongkun Park (Harvard)

A Tunable Quantum Post Terahertz Absorber
Pierre Petroff (UCSB)

Research Cluster 3- Imaging at the Nanoscale

Imaging and Manipulating Electrons in a One-dimensional Quantum Dot with
Column Blockade Microscopy

Bertrand I. Halperin and Eric J. Heller (Harvard)

Wave Packet Approach to Semiconductor Transport
Eric J. Heller and Robert M. Westervelt (Harvard)

High Resolution Force Microscope
Jennifer Hoffman (Harvard)

Ultra Low Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Hyperpolarized Nuclei
Charles M. Marcus (Harvard)

Exciton Transfer vis Forster Process
Michael Stopa (Harvard)

Measured Spectrum of Localized States in Graphene
Amir Yacoby (Harvard)

  Last Modified April 20, 2011 by the NSEC Office.