Fwd: Invited Talk by Prof. Paul Alivisatos (8/31), updated title and abstract

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MSE Undergraduate Research Program Invited Talk

Friday, August 31, 2012
William R. Hewlett Teaching Center, 201
Lecture at 3:30PM


  Studies of Colloidal Nanocrystals in the Electron Microscope


A. Paul Alivisatos, Ph.D.


Director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Larry and Diane Bock Professor

Departments of Chemistry and Materials Science

University of California, Berkeley


This talk will present our recent work on the study of colloidal
nanocrystals in a fluid using the TEM.  We have studied the motion of
nanocrystals, the trajectories for the growth of individual particles, and
the formation of nanocrystal arrays as the liquid evaporates.  In each
case, the ability to observe the behavior of single particles offers new
physical insights.




MSE Undergraduate Summer Research Poster Symposium
Science and Technology at the Nanoscale

Friday, August 31, 2012

Patio outside of Hewlett 201
4:30PM (After the invited talk by Prof. Paul Alivisatos)

Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
(VPUE)



** Pizza and drinks will be served**

*Map of Hewlett Teaching Center:***

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*List of Undergraduate Research Posters*

   *REU Student*

*Advisor*

*Poster Title*

Amin Aalipour

N. Melosh

Exploring Cell-Nanostraw Interactions to Promote Highly Efficient
Intracellular Delivery

Erin Antono

R. Salleo

Suppressed Crystallinity Hinders Doping Efficiency in p-doped Solution
Processed TIPS-Pentacene

Tracey Atkinson

J. Dionne

Enhancing Magnetic Dipole Transitions with Nanocrescents

Jena Barnes

K. Goodson

Thermal Characterization of Zinc Oxide Nanowire Films

Mai Bui

D. Nelson

Growth of "Fish-Eye" Fatigue Cracks in Steel Alloys

Sam Carreon

S. Wang

Physical Fabrication of Nanoparticles

Maverick Chea

J. Dionne

Pressure Dependence of Upconverting Nanoparticles

Brian Fei

R. Sinclair

TEM Analysis of QD Thin Films Deposited by ALD

Brian Flamm

R. Sinclair

TEM Holography and Image Simulations

Darren Hau

M. McGehee

Effect of Antioxidant Additive on Polymer Photobleaching and Organic Solar
Cells

Atsu Kobashi

B. Clemens

Kinetic and Structural Properties of Magnesium Hydride Formation

John Lawrence

P. McIntyre

Effects of Forming Gas Anneal on the Performance of ALD-TiO2-coated Si
Photoanodes for Electrocatalytic Hydrolysis

Elena Leon

R. Dauskardt

Effects of UV Damage on the Biomechanical Propertiesof the Stratum Corneum

Marion Lepert

B. Clemens

The Photoelectrochemical Analysis of Semiconductors

Jason Middleton

N. Melosh

Self-Assembling Superstructures of 1D Molecular Wires

Janina Motter

Y. Cui

Chemical Exfoliation of Synthesized Bismuth Selenide Nanoplates

Kevin Moy

R. Salleo

Plasmonic-Enhanced Upconversion in Security Applications

Keziah Plattner

A. Lindenberg

Ultrafast Dynamics of Phase-Change Materials

Andrew Ponec

M. McGehee

Improved Efficiency of Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells through Silicon
Naphthalocyanine Dye Additives

Victoria Robles

S. Heilshorn

Extending Tunability of Elastin-like Matrices: Nanostructure and Mechanics

Wilson Torres

S. Heilshorn

Patterning Thin Film Elastin Like Protein Using Photolithography

Ellen Tsay

R. Dauskardt

Cohesion and Reliability of Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells

Sigberto Viesca

S. Wang

Hydrophilic treatments for PDMS microfluidic chips




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