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Junction Technology Group - Proceedings

February 2014
Topic: Nanomaterials for Energy, Biomedical, and Electronic Devices
(Hosted by JTG, PAG and TFUG)

Biomedical Devices: Engineering's Contributions to Improving Quality of Life (2 Mb)
-Guna Selveduray, San Jose State University

Metal-Carbon Nanotube Contacts (10.9Mb)
-Patrick Wilhite and Cary Yang, Santa Clara University

Nanogel Star Polymers As Interesting Soft Colloid Materials For Biomedical Applications (Mb)
-R.D. Miller, IBM-Almaden

Carbon Nanofiber Nanoelectrode Arrays for Biosensing Applications (Mb)
-Jessica Koehne, NASA Ames Research Center

Efficient Electromagnetic and Multiphysics Simulation - from Nanomaterials to Macro Devices (1.1Mb)
-Mike Hook, Cobham Technical Services

The Spin on Electronics! Science and Technology of spin currents in nano-materials and nano-devices (Mb)
-Stuart Parkin, IBM-Almaden

Controlled Nanoparticle Generation by Terminated Cluster Growth in a Sputtering Chamber (4.7Mb)
-Andre Anders and Cesar Clavero, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Implement Smell and Taste with Nano-sensors (2.6Mb)
-Zhiyong Li, HP Labs

Two-dimensional Crystal Growth Under Vacuum: Epitaxial Graphene on Metal Substrates (Mb)
-Oscar Dubon, UC Berkeley

Bionanotech Approaches to Energy Capture and Conversion (Mb)
-Jonathan Trent, UC Santa Cruz and NASA Ames Research Center

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