TINC's Blog – October 2011 Archive (148)

"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2011": Functionalized graphene reinforced thermoplastic nanocomposites as strain sensors in structural health monitoring

Title of the paper: Functionalized graphene reinforced thermoplastic nanocomposites as strain sensors in structural health monitoring



Authors: Varrla Eswaraiah, Krishnan Balasubramaniam and Sundara Ramaprabhu



University/Institute: Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India.



Abstracts: Functionalized graphene–polyvinylidene fluoride (f-G–PVDF)…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2011": Functionalized Graphene–PVDF Foam Composites for EMI Shielding

Title of the paper: Functionalized Graphene–PVDF Foam Composites for EMI Shielding



Authors: Varrla Eswaraiah,Venkataraman Sankaranarayanan,Sundara Ramaprabhu



University/Institute: Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India.



Abstract: Novel foam composites comprising functionalized graphene (f-G) and…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2011": Top down method for synthesis of highly conducting graphene by exfoliation of graphite oxide using focused solar radiation

Title of the paper: Top down method for synthesis of highly conducting graphene by exfoliation of graphite oxide using focused solar radiation



Authors:Varrla Eswaraiah , Sasidharannair Sasikaladevi Jyothirmayee Aravind and Sundara Ramaprabhu



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Research Associate In Gas-Phase Nanoparticle Synthesis (University of Cambridge)

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2011": Growth of silicon nanowires by electron beam evaporation using indium catalyst

Title of the paper: Growth of silicon nanowires by electron beam evaporation using indium catalyst

Authors: R. Rakesh Kumar , K. Narasimha Rao, A.R. Phani

University/Institute: Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012, India…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2011": Growth and characterization of germanium nanowires on a flexible aluminium substrate by electron beam evaporation

Title of the paper: Growth and characterization of germanium nanowires on a flexible aluminium substrate by electron beam evaporation

Authors:     R. Rakesh Kumar • K. Narasimha Rao • A. R. Phani

University/Institute:        Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics,

                                    Indian Institute of Science,…

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Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher/ Phd (UK)

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PhD, Postdoc positions, nanojobs in USA

Research Intern - Science and Technology

IBM Research - San Jose, CA

In our…

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Korean researchers fabricated a stretchable, transparent graphene-based transistor

Korean researchers fabricated a stretchable, transparent graphene-based transistor. They say that the new to transistor overcomes some of the problems faced by transistors made of conventional semiconductor materials - which simply cannot be made stretchable and transparent on substrates such as rubber slabs or balloons.



The graphene based transistors could be stretched up to 5% for 1,000 times and still maintain their good electrical properties. In one experiment, the researchers…

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Postdoc fellow: theoretical problems of physical systems at the Mesoscopic/Nano scale and of strongly correlated systems

Title: Postdoc fellow

Department: condensed matter theory

Employer: Ben Gurion University

Location: Beer Sheva, Israel

Posted: Oct 26



The condensed matter theory group at Ben Gurion University will be

looking to higher a postdoc, starting next fall, to work on

theoretical problems of physical systems at the Mesoscopic/Nano

scale and of strongly correlated systems. Ph.D. degree in...



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USA nanojob monitor

Biological Science Post-Doc

Sandia National Laboratories - Albuquerque, NM…

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GRAPHENE NANOPATTERNS WITH CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ORIENTATION CONTROL FOR NANOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS

we have uploaded to our homepage

    http://www.nanotechnology.hu

our new paper entitled

GRAPHENE NANOPATTERNS WITH CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ORIENTATION CONTROL FOR NANOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS;
Diamond and Related Materials 20, 1212(2011)

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CEA-Leti Teams to Present Seven Papers at IEDM 2011 In Washington, D.C.

Topics Include 3D Sequential Integration and Use of Phase Change Memory As Synapse for Ultra-Dense Neuromorphic Systems

 

GRENOBLE, France – Oct. 26, 2011 – CEA-Leti researchers will present seven papers at the 2011 International Electron Devices Meeting, Dec. 5-7, in Washington, D.C., including papers on 3D sequential integration and phase change…

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New nanotechnology webpage: nanoBasque, a vision of the future

nanoBasque, a vision of the future

Nanoscience, micro and nanotechnologies are the catalyst of major qualitative and quantitative changes in industry that will bring us new products and processes that we can't even imagine today.

The Basque Department of Industry, Innovation, Trade and Tourism is fully aware that now is the time to invest in the future. Therefore, through the…

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NANOELECTROMECHANICAL MOTION IN FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS - 13 positions to announce

The Network’s program

The focus of modern solid-state technology is currently shifting from applications based on a single property (e.g., electric, magnetic, and elastic) to those based on the coupling of different fields where a coupled materials response can be either used for characterization or as a basis for novel applications. In the last few years, it has become clear that the coupled electromechanical response of materials (i.e., mechanical…

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Állásfoglalás a nanotechnológia egészségügyi hatásairól (in Hungarian)

A Magyar Tudományos Akadémiát és további 22 nemzeti akadémiát tömörítő EASAC és az Európai Bizottság egyik főigazgatóságaként működő Közös Kutatóközpont (JRC) a nanotechnológia egészségügyi hatásaival kapcsolatos jelentést tett közzé. Ebben a téma legjobb szakértői a nanoszerkezetek és nanoanyagok egészségügyi és környezeti lehetőségeiről és kockázatairól tájékoztatják a döntéshozókat és a közvéleményt.…

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JRC-EASAC report coincides with European Commission recommendation on nanomaterials

On 18 October the JRC and the European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) presented a joint report on the state-of-the-art knowledge on safety aspects of engineered nanomaterials.

The report "Impact of engineered nanomaterials on health: considerations for benefit-risk assessment" coincides with the adoption by the European Commission of a recommendation on a new common definition of nanomaterials, based on scientific advice from the Scientific Committee on Emerging…

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UK nanojob monitor

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USA nanojob monitor

Contract Administrator (Procurement Specialist 3)

Los Alamos National Laboratory - Los Alamos,…

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Postdoctoral and PhD Positions in Applied Physics and Chemistry of Nanomaterials

Title: Postdoctoral and PhD Positions in Applied Physics and Chemistry of

Nanomaterials

Department: Department of Physics/Chemistry

Employer: National University of Singapore

Location: Singapore

Posted: Oct 24



Postdocs and PhD students are being recruited to join our group in the Physics/Chemistry Department and Graphene Research Centre at the National University of Singapore. The research project aims to

explore both fundamental and applied science…

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