Nanotech 2011

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Symposium Chairs

Wolfgang S. BacsaWolfgang S. Bacsa
Professor
University of Toulouse, France, France
Zhifeng Ren Zhifeng Ren
Professor of Physics, Boston College

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Mildred  DresselhausSome recent advances in our understanding of carbon nanostructures from a 50 year perspective
Mildred Dresselhaus
Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jianyu HuangJianyu Huang
Scientist, Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies
Sandia National Laboratories
Jeff Napoliello
Lockheed Martin
Zhifeng RenAligned Carbon Nanotubes for Fundamental Studies and Practical Applications
Zhifeng Ren
Professor of Physics, Boston College
Yang WangOptical Properties and Solar Cell Applications of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
Yang Wang
Professor, South China Normal University in Guangzhou, China

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 14

8:30 Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011
1:30 Welcome to Nanotech Germany
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Advanced Materials/Chemicals
4:00 Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Wednesday June 15

8:30 Carbon Nano Structures: Keynotes
10:30 CNT: Carbon Nano Structures
10:30 Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in Nanotech
1:30 CNT Composites
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Advanced Materials/Chemicals
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)
 Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Thursday June 16

10:30 CNT Applications and Devices
1:00 TechConnect Ventures: Advanced Materials/Chemicals

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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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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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Advanced Materials/ChemicalsRoom 303
Session chair: Brian Johnston, Eastman Kodak
1:30Segmented Flow Through Reactor for Tailored Particle Production
H. Hofmann, EPFL, CH
1:40Portfolio of Bio-Based Functional Resins and Thermoset Materials
J. Tolstedt, NDSU Research Foundation, US
1:50Biocidal Additives-Free Polymers
N. Gadoury, Univalor, CA
2:00A bio-based renewable route to the commodity chemical Isobutyric Acid
A. Hall, University of Minnesota, US
2:10CondAlign advanced conductive materials technology
M. Buchanan, CondAlign AS, NO
2:20Biobased Latex Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA)
E. Hockert, University of Minnesota, US
2:30Adhesive compostion based in natural solvents for tire retreading and shoes manufacture
M. Seferin, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul-PUCRS, BR
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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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Carbon Nano Structures & DevicesExpo Hall
-Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy as a Characterization Tool for Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, and other Carbon Nanostructures
M. Wall, J. Hodkiewicz, Thermo Fisher Scientific, US
-Electrical Conductivity Control in SPNT Process
K.C. Nguyen, H.P. Dinh, T.T. Tran, Saigon Hi Tech Park Research Laboratories (SHTP Labs), VN
-Platelet graphite nanofibers synthesized by the pyrolysis of poly(ethylene glycol)/hydrochloric acid mixture and nickel catalyst
W-H Lin, Y-Y Li, National Chung Cheng University, TW
-Synthesis of platelet carbon nanofibers by an injection CVD method and their applications in hydrogen storage
H.C. Wu, Y.Y. Li, National Chung Cheng University, TW
-Decorated Single- and Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Aiming H2S Sensing
C. Verissimo, M. Ding, A. Abbaspourrad, A. Star, S. Moshkalev, University of Campinas - UNICAMP, BR
-Development of high-performance CNT emitter for various field emission device applications
J-W Jeong, J-W Kim, J-T Kang, S. Choi, Y-H Song, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, KR
-A field-emission X-ray source using an anisotropically focused electron beam
S. Jung, W.K. Han, D. Kim, W.S. Chang, S.K. Seol, W.M. Bae, G.S. Byun, K.C. Park and B.K. Ju, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KR
-Increased Sensitivity of Carbon Nanotube Sensors by Forming Stable and Low Resistance CNT/metal Electrode
D. Jeon, D. Park, S. Lee, Seoul National University, KR
-Carbon Nanotubes and Liquid Crystals Electro-Optic Cells
G.Y. Georgiev, E.A. Gombos, M.B. McIntyre, M.F. Mattera, P.A. Gati, Y. Cabrera, P. Cebe, Assumption College, US
-Graphene as a Impermeable Gas Membrane
G. Brunetto, S.B. Legoas, V.R. Coluci, L.S. Lucena, D.S. Galvao, Unicamp, BR
-Fabrication and characterization of thin-film transistors based on printable functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes
J. Zhao, J. Lin, Z. Cui, Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics (SINANO), CAS, CN
-Simultaneous Conductivity and Solubility of Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
A.H. Brozena, J. Moskowitz, B. Shao, S. Deng, H. Liao, K.J. Gaskell, Y.H. Wang, University of Maryland, College Park, US
-Optimization of Graphene Production in Anodic Arc
A. Shashurin, J. Li, Y. Raitses, M. Keidar, Applied Plasma Science, LLC, US
-Graphite Layer Nano-composites with Polyurethane Matrix
M. Czajka, R.A. Shanks, RMIT University, AU

Wednesday June 15

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8:30Carbon Nano Structures: KeynotesRoom 210
Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, CEMES, Univ. of Toulouse, FR
8:30Aligned Carbon Nanotubes for Fundamental Studies and Practical Applications (invited presentation)
Z. Ren, Boston College, US
9:00Some recent advances in our understanding of carbon nanostructures from a 50 year perspective (invited presentation)
M. Dresselhaus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
9:30CNT Manufacturing and Applications - Lockheed Martin Perspective
S. Rawal, Lockheed Martin, US
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10:30CNT: Carbon Nano StructuresRoom 210
Session chair: Zhifeng Ren, Boston College, US
10:30In-Situ Nanomechanics of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene (invited presentation)
J.Y. Huang, Sandia National Laboratories, US
11:00Highly Organized Two and Three Dimensional Singlewalled Carbon Nanotubes-Polymer Hybrid Architectures
B. Li, M.G. Hahm, Y.L. Kim, S. Kar, Y.J. Jung, Northeastern University, US
11:20Continuous Growth of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes Forests
R. Guzman de Villoria, B.L. Wardle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:40Carbon Nanotube Arrays with Tunable Wettability and Their Applications
A. Indrat Aria, California Institute of Technology, 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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1:30CNT CompositesRoom 210
Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, CEMES, Univ. of Toulouse, FR
1:30Interfacial Shear Strengths of Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymer Composites
J.M. Wernik, B.J.C. Ornwell-Mott, S.A. Meguid, University of Toronto, CA
1:50Brittle Ductile Transition in Carbon Nanotube Bundles
C.F. Cornwell, J.B. Allen, C. Marsh, T. Carlson, P. Stynoski, B. Newcomb, B. Masters, R. Ebeling, C.R. Welch, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, US
2:10Highly conductive nanotube-filled polymers with exceptional properties
T. Tiano, R. Czerw, R. Coffin, R. Adams, NanoTechLabs Inc., US
2:30Diamond Like Composites- Experimental Development of an Allotropic Carbon Nanocomposite
S. Gardner, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, US
2:50Microstructure characterization of in situ grown CNFs reinforced Unidirectional Carbon/Carbon composites
Y.Q. Liu, X.F. Lu, P. Xiao, L.L. He, Institute of Metal Research, CAS, CN
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Advanced Materials/ChemicalsRoom 305
Session chair: Keith Ritala, Washington Technology Center, US
1:30Carbon-coated Magnéli Phase Nanoparticles
K. Elcess, Brookhaven Science Associates/Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
1:40(withdrawn) Suspensions of barium titanate nanopowder
A. Ragulya, Frantsevich Institute for problems in Materials Science, UA
1:50Magnesium alloy and Production Method
S.K. Kim, KOREA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (KITECH), US
2:00Superhydrophobic Coatings
A. Detrana, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
2:10High quality plastic optical fiber manufacturing process
T. Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
2:20RAFT Polymerisation for Agricultural applications
P. Stasinos, CSIRO-Australia, AU
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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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Carbon Nano Structures & DevicesExpo Hall
-Tearing Graphene
M.J.B. Moura, M. Marder, University of Texas at Austin, US
-Controllable Sequential Low Temperature Plasma Assisted Growth of Vertical Multi-wall & Single-wall CNTs
Z. Kolahdouz, S. Darbari, S. Mohajerzadeh, University of Tehran, IR
-Tailoring of Transport Properties of Carbon Nano Tubes
V. Lamba, Sandeep Dhariwal, Ajay Kumar, Haryana College of Technology & Management, Kaithal, IN
-Visible Photoluminescence Emission from Chemically Synthesized MWCNT/TiO2 Hybrid Nanostructure
R. Paul, P. Kumbhakar, A.K. Mitra, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, IN
-Role of interlayer interaction in the mechanical properties of a multi- walled carbon nanotube and a single-walled carbon nanotube bundle
K. Talukdar, A.K. Mitra, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, IN
-Magnetic Carbon-Nanotube Thermoplastic Polyurethane Composites
I. Kong, S. Spoljaric, R.A. Shanks, RMIT University, AU
-Improved Nanoreinforced Composite Material Bonds with Potential Sensing Capabilities
D. Starikov, A. Price, T. Glenn, F. Attia, M. Fischer, M. Bokadoum, A. Bensaoula, Integrated Micro Sensors Inc, US
-Interactions Between Carbon Nanotubes and 5CB Liquid Crystal
G.Y. Georgiev, E.A. Gombos, M.B. McIntyre, P. Cebe, Assumption College, US
-Carbon Nanotubes Speed Crystallization of Polymers
G. Georgiev, S. Schoen, D. Ivy, L. Wielgus, Y. Cabrera, P. Cebe, Assumption College, US
-Rapid Determination of Purity of Carbon Nanotubes
M. Wall, J. Hodkiewicz, Thermo Fisher Scientific, US

Thursday June 16

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10:30CNT Applications and DevicesRoom 210
Session chair: Zhifeng Ren, Boston College, US
10:30Optical Properties and Solar Cell Applications of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes (invited presentation)
Y. Wang, South China Normal University, CN
11:00Effective carbon nanotube materials and design strategies for CNT-based electronics
S. Sinton, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, US
11:20Scalable Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Separation: from Process to Product
S. Fogden, K-C Kim, C. Ma, G. McFarlane, Linde Electronics, US
11:40Cabon Nanotube Based High Power Thermoelectric Device
D.S. Lashmore, T. VanVechten, Nanocomp, US
12:00Luminescent Single-walled Carbon Nanotube/Silica Composite Materials
A.M. Dattelbaum, G. Gupta, J.G. Duque, C.E. Hamilton, K.A. Obrey, S.K. Doorn, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
12:20Infrared, Optical and Raman Investigation of Double-walled Carbon Nanotubes Prepared from C60@SWNT Peapods
K. Kamaras, A. Pekker, A. Botos, B. Botka, R. Hackl, Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, HU
12:40Carbon nanotubes transistors based Selective Gas sensors : from laboratory to mass production
L. Gorintin, Thales Research and technology, FR
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1:00TechConnect Ventures: Advanced Materials/ChemicalsRoom 305
Session chair: Purnesh Seegopaul, Pangaea Ventures, US
1:00Aeonian Bricks
D. Blalock, Aeonian Bricks, US
1:10Catacel Corp.
W. Whittenberger, Catacel Corp., US
1:20Cline Technologies
N. Holmquist, Cline Technologies, SE
1:30CondAlign AS
M. Buchanan, CondAlign AS, NO
1:40Pixelligent Technologies
C. Bandes, Pixelligent Technologies, US
1:50Opalux Incorporated
A. Arsenault, Opalux Incorporated, CA
2:00SixPoint Materials, Inc.
T. Hashimoto, SixPoint Materials, Inc., US
2:10MesoCoat Inc.
A. Sherman, MesoCoat Inc., US

Special Symposium

Progress in growing graphene at large scales or separating single wall carbon nanotubes; using carbon nanotubes in sensors; creating carbon nanocomposites and in thin films are a few examples of the current dynamic developments in the in the field of nano structured carbon. The rapid developments in graphene research (Physics Nobel prize 2010) gives new perspectives on how different forms of two dimensional carbon can replace some of the metals and semiconductors used today, enabling new applications due to its unique combination of record breaking physical and chemical properties.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Carbon Nano Structures
  • Carbon Nanotube Based Devices
  • CNT structure: MWNT, SWNT, DWNT
  • Graphene Nanostructures: Synthesis and Applications
  • Vertically Oriented CNT
  • Electronic Transport
  • Electronic Emission
  • Optical Properties & Light Emission
  • Mechanical Properties
  • CNT Composites
  • Synthesis Methods
  • Characterization
  • Health Impact & Applications
  • Other

Journal Submissions

Experimental Nanoscience

Journal of Experimental Nanoscience

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