Microtech 2011

Nanoscale Materials Characterization

Nanoscale Materials Characterization

Symposium Chairs

Greg HaugstadGreg Haugstad
Director, Characterization Facility
University of Minnesota and NSF Materials Research Facilities Network
Pierre PaninePierre Panine
Senior Scientist
Xenocs SA, France
Dalia YablonDalia Yablon
Corporate Strategic Research
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Donna HurleyMapping nanoscale elastic and viscoelastic properties with contact resonance force microscopy
Donna Hurley
Staff Physicist, Material Measurement Lab, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
Lou  Germinario Nanoscale Thermal Property Mapping of Polymeric Materials Suitable for Electronic Applications
Lou Germinario
Research Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Appalachian State University
Kevin  KjollerSimultaneous nanoscale chemical and mechanical property characterization at variable temperatures using AFM-IR spectroscopy
Kevin Kjoller
Vice President, Anasys Instruments
Andrew  W. SalamonMaintaining a Stable Engineered Nanomaterials Process through Material Characterization during the Nano Product Life Cycle
Andrew W. Salamon
Sr. Staff Scientist, PerkinElmer
Stephen  MinneStephen Minne
Senior Director of Applications Development and Training
Bruker Corp.
Oden WarrenOden Warren
Chief Technology Officer & VP of Electron Microscopy Products
Hysitron, Inc.
Roger ProkschCoping with Uncertainty in the World of Nanomechanical Measurements
Roger Proksch
President and Co-founder, Asylum Research

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 14

8:30 Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011
10:30 Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Atomic Force Microscopy
1:30 Nanoscale Materials Characterization: AFM based materials characterization and nanoindentation
1:30 Welcome to Nanotech Germany
4:00 Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Nanoscale Materials Characterization

Wednesday June 15

10:30 Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Vendor Showcase
10:30 Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in Nanotech
1:30 Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Nano-objects and domains (multi-technique)
1:30 US-China Nanotech Connect
3:30 US-China Nanotech Connect - Networking Reception - Booth 930 Expo Hall C (3:30 - 4:00)
4:00 Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Nanoscale Materials Characterization

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 14

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8:30Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011Ball Room A
Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI/CTSI, US
8:30Welcome and Opening
M. Laudon, TechConnect World Co-Chair, US
8:40Cross Sector Perspective on Nanotech to Cleantech Innovation
T. Earles, Lockheed Martin & Former OSTP, US
9:10No Small Matter: Scaling the Business of Materials Science
T. Taber, CTO, Eastman Kodak Company, US
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10:30Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Atomic Force MicroscopyRoom 208
Session chair: Greg Haugstad, University of Minnesota and NSF Materials Research Facilities Network
10:30Coping with Uncertainty in the World of Nanomechanical Measurements (invited presentation)
R. Proksch, Asylum Research, US
11:00Mapping nanoscale elastic and viscoelastic properties with contact resonance force microscopy (invited presentation)
D.C. Hurley, J.P. Killgore, A.B. Kos, NIST, US
11:30High Speed, High Throughput, SPM Imaging and Nanomechanics (invited presentation)
S.C. Minne, B. Pittenger, L. Mininni, A. Slade, S. Hu, J. Kindt, C. Su, Bruker Corporation, US
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1:30Nanoscale Materials Characterization: AFM based materials characterization and nanoindentationRoom 208
Session chair: Dalia Yablon, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering
1:30Simultaneous nanoscale chemical and mechanical property characterization at variable temperatures using AFM-IR (invited presentation)
K. Kjoller, Anasys Instruments, US
2:00Nanoscale Thermal Property Mapping of Polymeric Materials Suitable for Electronic Applications (invited presentation)
L.T. Germinario, K. Sahagian, R.H. Brown, K. Kjoller, T.E. Long, Appalachian State University, US
2:30Differentiating and Quantifying Material Phases via Nanoindenter-Based Techniques (invited presentation)
O. Warren, Hysitron Inc., US
3:00Mapping viscoelastic properties of polymer blends with AFM (invited presentation)
D. Yablon, ExxonMobil, US
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1:30Welcome to Nanotech GermanyRoom 205
1:30Opening and Welcome
F. Wolf, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Bonn, DE
1:40CNT – A novel cooperation model to conquer new markets for CNT based products
P. Krüger, Inno.CNT, DE
2:00Zentallium®, ZoLiBat® & H2Tank2Go®-modules and ZE-powerplant -nanostructures for zero-emission future transportation and energy
D. Zoz, Zoz Group, DE
2:20Carbon Nanotubes and Nano Structures for Applicati on in Interconnects, Sensors and Wafer Level Packaging
S. Schulz, Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems, Chemnitz, DE
2:40NanoMat: The German Network for Nanomaterials and Polymer Phase Lithography: Layout-Controlled and Spontaneous Structure Formation on the Nano Scale
T. Heiler, R. Hedderich, R. Gröger, S. Walheim, T. Schimmel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, NanoMat, DE
3:00Sharing the enthusiasm for Nano
B. Gerbauer, Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM), DE
3:20CANdots: Nanoparticles for your Purpose
J. Niehaus, D. Tiegs, S. Becker, V-H. Tran, H. Weller, Center for Applied Nanotechnology (CAN) GmbH, DE
3:40Hi-Tec Nano-Composites Containing Carbon Nanotubes
W. Schütz, FutureCarbon GmbH, DE
4:00Electron Beam Lithography: The Nanolithography for Nanotechnology
J. Krostoff and I. Stolberg, Vistec Electron Beam Lithography Group, US
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4:00Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Nanoscale Materials CharacterizationExpo Hall
-Structural and Mechanical Changes in Heart Mitochondria of Rat by AFM
G.J. Lee, S.J. Chae, S.W. Kang, J.W. Lee, S.J. Ha, Y. Kim, W. Kim, H.K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-Nanostructured Materials Characterization by X-Ray Diffraction
I. Cernatescu, PANalytical, US
-Contrast Enhancement for Low Dose Imaging with Hole-Free Phase Plate TEM
H. Qian, National Institute for Nanotechnology, NRC, CA
-Nano-imprinting technology applied in pentacene films
M-H Chang, W-Y Chou, National Cheng Kung University, TW
-Role of Hard Segment Induced Nanosized Domain on Concentrated Solutions and Bulk Properties
K.W. Lem, D.S. Lee, J.R. Haw, G.S. Song, S. Curran, S. Sund, Z. Iqbal, C. Brumlik, Konkuk University, KR
-Fabrication and Characterization of pH-Responsive, Nanoparticle-Attached Porphyrins for Singlet Oxygen Production
W. Li, S. Courtney, N. Gandra, E.D. Ellis, P.T. Tiyyagura, R. Gao, Jackson State University, US
-A Study on Fabrication of Cellulose Nanofibers in Water
K.-Y. Kim, W.-Y. Jeong, D.-Y. Lim, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, KR
-Preparation of Ag/TiO2/bamboo charcoal composite based on chemical and electrochemical synthesis: characterization and antibacterial study
S. Pookboonmee, K. Laohhasurayotin, National Science and Technology Development Agency, TH
-siRNA Delivery Using Biodegradable Nanoparticles for Breast Cancer Therapy
S. Abbasi, P. Arghya, K. Afshan, S. Prakash, McGill University, CA
-Influence of microwave irradiation on the physical characteristics of ITO layers printed with nano-ink containing ITO nanoparticles
J-W Kim, Y-S Kim, S-J Hong, Korea Electronics Technology Institute, KR
-Attachment of Quantum dots and gold nano particles on ZnO nanorods and nanotubes
P. Hari, J. Seay, H. Liang, The University of Tulsa, US
-Development of high performance MWCNTs-dispersed-media
N. Tarumoto, Hodogaya chemical Co., Ltd, JP
-Electrospun Polycaprolactone Nanofiber Tubes- Preparation and Characterization
Z. Khatri, I.S. Kim, B.S. Kim, K.O. Kim, N. Ryu, Nano Fusion Technology Research Group, Shinshu University, JP

Wednesday June 15

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10:30Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Vendor ShowcaseRoom 208
Session chair: Pierre Panine, Xenocs SA, France
10:30Maintaining a Stable Engineered Nanomaterials Process through Material Characterization during the Nano Product Life Cycle (invited presentation)
A.W. Salamon, PerkinElmer Corporation, US
11:00Passive Microrheology : Non Contact Measurement of Viscoelastic Properties of Biopolymers
C. Tisserand, A. Kotzev, M. Fleury, L. Brunel, P. Bru, G. Meunier, Formulaction, FR
11:20A Novel Method for Measuring the Sizes and Concentrations of 5-500 nm Particles in Colloidal Suspensions
H.G. Van Schooneveld, M.R. Litchy, D.G. Grant, CT Associates, Inc, US
11:40Single Particle Resolution Zeta Potential Technique
D. Griffiths, W. Bernt, P. Hole, J. Sullivan, A. Malloy, B. Carr, NanoSight USA, US
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10:30Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in NanotechRoom 206
10:30Breadth of Nano Research in Canada
M. D'Iorio, Director General, National Institute for Nanotechnology, CA
10:45Nanotechnology Research Landscape in Canadian Universities
F. Gu, University of Waterloo, CA
11:00Towards Industrialization of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
B. Simard, NRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, CA
11:15Next Generation Electronic Products
C. Jean, Executive VP & General Manager, Teledyne Dalsa Semiconductor, CA
11:30Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) How to help fund your Research in Canada
M. Machado, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, US
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1:30Nanoscale Materials Characterization: Nano-objects and domains (multi-technique)Room 208
Session chair: Greg Haugstad, University of Minnesota and NSF Materials Research Facilities Network
1:30Nano-mapping Material Interfaces via Hot Electrons
K.E.J. Goh, C. Troadec, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, SG
1:50Laser Postionization Secondary Neutral Mass Spectrometry for Analysis on the Nanometer-Scale – the Followup
I.V. Veryovkin, S.V. Baryshev, A.V. Zinovev, C.E. Tripa, Q. Peng, J.W. Elam, M.J. Pellin, Argonne National Laboratory, US
2:10Solution NMR Methods to Study the Surface Chemistry of Colloidal Nanoparticles from the Ligand’s Point of View
J.C. Martins, Z. Hens, Universiteit Gent, BE
2:30Using proton NMR to characterize functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes
D.J. Nelson, University of Oklahoma, US
2:50Synthesis of Polypyrrole within Polymeric Nanotemplates in Aqueous Environment
X. Li, C. Maladier-Jugroot, Royal Military College of Canada, CA
3:10In-situ observation of fracture of the interface between an individual fiber and the pyrocarbon matrix in C/C composites
G.H. Zhou, L.L. He, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Acadmy of Sciences, CN
3:30Energy Harvesting in ZnO Nanowires: an In-Situ Observation
R.S. Yassar, A. Asthana, K. Momeni, H.A. Ardakani, Y.K. Yap, Michigan Technological University, US
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1:30US-China Nanotech ConnectExpo Hall Theater
1:30Introducing Suzhou Industry Park- a Vibrant and Progressive High-tech Hub in China
D. Zhang, Technology and Development Bureau, Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP), CN
1:45Overview of Suzhou Nano-manufacturing Capabilities
L. Liu, NanoGlobe, CN
2:00Printed electronics R&D in China and collaboration opportunities
Z. Cui, Suzhou Institute of Nanotech and Nanobionics (SINANO), CN
2:15Intradermal Drug Delivery Devices Based on Proprietary Functional Micro Array (FMA) Technology
B. Xu, Suzhou Natong Bionanotechnology Ltd. (Nanomed), CN
2:30Experience Sharing: Growing Venture Businesses in China
N. An, New England Chinese Information and Networking Association, CN
2:45Technology Partnership and Business Development Opportunities in Nanopolis Suzhou Q&A
L. Liu, NanoGlobe, CN
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3:30US-China Nanotech Connect - Networking Reception - Booth 930 Expo Hall C (3:30 - 4:00)Expo Hall Theater
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4:00Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Nanoscale Materials CharacterizationExpo Hall
-Influence of Cu Content and Nanograin Size on Microstructure, Mechanical and Sliding Tribological Behaviors of Cu-DLC Films
X. Yu, C. Wang, Z. Peng, Z. Fu, W. Yue, China University of Geosciences (Beijing), CN
-Magnetic Nano-Structures Growing by Laser Ablation Deposition
L. Allocca, C. Bonavolontà, A. Morone, M. Valentino, M.F. Verrastro, V. Viggiano, CNR, IT
-Effect of surface reconstruction on the growth of self-assembled Ag nanostructures on Si(111) surfaces
D.K. Goswami, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, IN
-Development of the high performance GFRP with multiwall carbon nanotubes
N. Tarumoto, Hodogaya chemical Co., Ltd, JP
-Uniqueness of intraband plasmon dispersion of a single layer graphene
S.Y. Shin, C.G. Hwang, S.J. Sung, P.L. Lee, J.G. Kim, N.D. Kim, J.W. Chung, Pohang University of Science and Technology, KR
-The Effects of gamma-ray Radiation on n-channel MOSFET
M.A. Iqbal, University of the Punjab, PK
-Residual Stress Dependency on Wafer Location of Thin Film PECVD Silicon Nitride
J.R. Godin, S.-H.P. Won P.M. Nieva, L.N. Phong, University of Waterloo, CA
-Electromagnetic wave shielding effectiveness of SWNT-coated, transparent, conducting panels
I.W. Nam, H.K. Lee, J.B. Sim, S.M. Choi, KAIST, KR
-Physical stability of nanoparticle dispersion
M. Fleury, Y. Lefeuvre, C. Tisserand, L. Brunel, G. Meunier, Formulaction, FR
-Scanning Probe Microscopy Study of M13 on Graphite
N. Steinsultz, P. Sharma, Suffolk University, US
-Controllable growth of ZnO nanorod-carbon nanotube heterojunction arrays by low-temperature wet chemical bath deposition method for using in dye solar cell
F. Dehghan Nayeria, E. Asl Soleimania, S. Darbaria, J. Sabbaghzadehb, S. Mohajerzadeha, Tehran of University, IR
-A Novel Approach for Modeling Mechanical Behavior of Porous Media
B.S. Altan, M. Mollamahmutoglu, Bayburt University, TR
-Assessing the Manufacturing and Environmental Life Cycle of Engineered Nanoparticles Using the NexION 300TM ICP-MS
C. Stephan, PerkinElmer, CA

Special Symposium

Most technology-relevant scientific projects include advanced characterization at the nanoscale level. This symposium targets a wide range of nanoscale characterization techniques including microscopy, scattering, spectroscopy/spectrometry, nanomechanical and other tools, along with specimen preparation methods and handling. It is essential that this burgeoning knowledge base be transparently presented to the broad nanotechnology community. NSTI will use this event to promote the rapid education, dissemination, and commercialization of new characterization techniques into industries based in both physical and life sciences. The symposium seeks to introduce general technique types to newcomers, report pioneering methods, and drill down into new physical understandings, all the while emphasizing applications useful to industrial engineers and technicians.

Advances in characterization include not only far-field probes (e.g., beams of electrons, ions, neutrons or photons) and near-field probes (indentors, nanotips, fibers and nanotubes), but also a growing intellectual component whereby data are manipulated, analyzed, rendered and simulated to yield meaningful information. As some tools and methods have become more common and practical, certain misunderstandings and misinterpretations also have crept into the lexicon. Beside an element of “methods training” to promote the insightful application of characterization tools in nanotechnology R&D, this symposium will emphasize projects that utilize a broad spectrum of complementary techniques to yield meaningful findings.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Direct space imaging methods
  • Indirect space methods & spectroscopy
  • Polymer phase transition & kinetics
  • Nanocomposites morphology & structure
  • Thin-film structure
  • Characterizing nanocatalysis surfaces
  • Microelectronic devices: material characterization
  • Liquid suspensions/melts
  • Other

Journal Submissions

Experimental Nanoscience

Journal of Experimental Nanoscience

Selected Nanotech Proceedings papers will be reviewed and invited into a Special Issue of the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience. The journal provides a showcase for advances in the experimental sciences underlying nanotechnology and nanomaterials.

For consideration into this Special Issue of the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience, please select the “Submit to Journal of Experimental Nanoscience” button during the on-line submission procedure.

 

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