The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on “Materials Modeling and Simulation for Nanotechnology.”, which will be broadcast live as a web based seminar.
Topic: Materials Modeling and Simulation for Nanotechnology.
Date: April 11, 2013
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT.
Presenter: Micheal Doyle, Phd, Accelrys.
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Specialist/Research Professor Position at Temple University, Composites LaboratorySubmitted by hutapea on Mon, 2012-12-03 14:20.
This position will support all activities in a SEM/microscopy lab including sample preparation, inspection, documentation, and elemental analysis by SEM-EDS as well as managing the operation of the lab. The candidate may be required to teach courses in related areas.
The applicant is expected to have a strong and documented background in several of the following areas:
- Knowledge of basic and advanced techniques in electron microscopy, EDS, general maintenance and calibration of equipment.
- Experience with operation of optical microscopes, digital microscopes.
- Experience in dealing with mandatory safety procedures and practices.
Salary and benefits are competitive, with compensation commensurate with experience.
Call for Papers: ASME 2013 2nd Global Congress on NanoEngineering for Medicine and Biology (NEMB2013)Submitted by Markus J. Buehler on Tue, 2012-04-17 08:51.
ASME 2013 2nd Global Congress on NanoEngineering for Medicine and Biology (NEMB2013)
February 4-6, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts
Submission of Abstract for Poster or Oral Presentation: October 15, 2012
NSF Summer Institute Short Course on Materiomics—Merging Biology and Engineering in Multiscale Structures and Materials
Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, LeMeridien Hotel (former Hotel@MIT)
Chair: Markus J. Buehler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mbuehler@MIT.EDU)
Dates: May 30 (Wednesday) morning to June 1 (Friday) evening, 2012
Course Objectives: Theme-based introduction into emerging science at the interface of engineering and biology
I am happy to announce the publication of a book "Simulations in Nanobiotechnology", which was contributed from researchers (including iMechanicians) who have expertise in the area of nanobiotechnology. The book is aimed at presenting the current state-of-arts in computational simulations of biological objects such as proteins as well as nanomaterials such as graphene, and also bio-nano-hybrid system such as nanopore-biomolecule interactions. This book provides the insight into the simulation-based characterization in nanobiotechnology.
Web page: http://www.oanano.org/vcnst2011
The Virtual Conference on Nanoscale Science and Technology (VCNST) is in fact so much more than just another conference. We have an opportunity together to be explorers as we enter a new era of sharing and dialoguing about science.
A typical face-to-face conference will take place from October 26 - 29, 2011 at Chengdu, China. Beyond the well-prepared topical sessions, there will be a range of other exciting opportunities for visiting participants to get out and explore Chengdu, the vibrant, dynamic and accessible city.
National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network Computation (NNIN/C) Project at Michigan provides free computation cycling time for a limited time (Sept. 15, 2011 to Jan. 15, 2012) to support researches in Nanotechnology (Nano/Microsystems, Nanomaterials, Multiscale modeling, etc). To get a free computation account, please go to:
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to bring your attention to the contest on "Modeling and Simulation of Nano/Microsystems" at the University of Michigan. This is an international competition.
Encouraged by its current and prospective customers, Ebatco’s Nano Analysis and Testing Laboratory (NAT Lab) has expanded its nano/micro scale analytical and measurement capabilities significantly. More than ever before, customers can gain insights and comprehension of what is going on and why it has happened at the nano/micro scale.
Like many throughout the country, you may be asking how the billions poured into science R&D has helped stimulate our economy. Well, look no further than the nanotechnology instrument manufacture, Nanovea, based in Irvine, CA. 2009 just ended as their first branded year with new hires, new instruments and more business to send to their local machine shops and parts suppliers.
NEWS RELEASE: http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=36451
Computational and theoretical nano-materiomics: properties of biological and de novo bioinspired materials - call for papersSubmitted by Markus J. Buehler on Fri, 2008-12-19 12:35.
Special issue of the "Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience," edited by Markus Buehler
The Industry's First Commercially Available Off-The-Shelf MEMS Microhotplate For Chemical Sensors ApplicationsSubmitted by Mo Kebaili on Mon, 2008-06-23 16:53.
Laguna Beach, CA June 23, 2008 -- Kebaili Corporation a leading California based high-tech company in MEMS and nanotechnology, announced today the release of the KMHP-100 Series, the industry’s first commercially available off-the-shelf MEMS microhotplates for researchers and scientists in innovative chemical sensor research and development applications.
2007 Alan T. Waterman Award Winner
The Industry First Compact Reverse Pulse Plating Controller for R&D Applications in MEMS and NanotechnologySubmitted by Mo Kebaili on Sun, 2007-04-01 21:14.
Laguna Beach, CA March 31, 2007 -- Kebaili Corporation a leading California based high-tech company announced today the release of the CPG-500 Series, the industry first compact current pulse generator, specifically designed for electrodeposition applications, such as (direct current) DC plating, pulse plating, and periodic reverse pulse plating for a variety of applications in MEMS and nanotechnology.
Please find below the announcement for the NSF Summer Institute on Nano Mechanics and Materials:
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and National Science Council (NSC) in Taiwan are pleased to announce that the 4th U.S. Air Force/Taiwan Nanoscience and Nanotechnology workshop will be held on February 8-9, 2007 at the main campus of the University of Houston. We invite you to join us at the workshop. In addition to oral presentations, there will be 2 separate 90 minute poster sessions, so that presenters will have lots of visibility from all meeting participants.
Colleagues and friends,
As 2007 is approaching, our community will have a new platform for information exchange and discussion – J-club (please see previous posts. I would like to propose a topic for upcoming issue (May issue? if possible) – “experimental nanomechanics.” The extremely small dimensions of nano building blocks such as nanotubes, nanowires and nanoparticles present challenges for existing instruments, methodologies and theories.Modeling and computational work is strongly dependent upon accurate (reliable) experimental results which are still lacking. I believe that this topic is timely and of great interest to both experimental and modeling parties.
The Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics (ESM) at Virginia Tech seeks applications for two tenured or tenure-track faculty colleagues. The ideal candidates are expected to interface mechanics with the domain of biology (cellular mechanics, soft tissue biomechanics, macro-molecular biology, biodynamics, biofluids); the domains of nanotechnology or nanobiotechnology (mechanics of self-assembly, nanocomposites, functional nanodevices, biological and biomedical applications); or the domain of energy, with an emphasis on nanoscale and microscale problems or biological principles (fuel cells, renewable energy, energy conversion, clean energy, energy storage). However, intellectual depth is more important than the specific area of specialization, since ESM faculty members are expected to have a broad scholarly interest in engineering with a special emphasis on the fundamental mechanics.