The Importance of Standards in the Characterization of Nano-Scale Materials

Debra L. Kaiser

Debra L. Kaiser

Technical Program Director, Material Measurement Laboratory

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Dr. Debra L. Kaiser is Technical Program Director, Advanced Materials and Nanoparticles and Environment, Health and Safety (NanoEHS). She was formerly Chief of the Ceramics Division in the NIST Material Measurement Laboratory (MML). Her research at NIST as a staff member and group leader focused on establishing processing-structure-property linkages in thin film and single crystal oxide materials, including high temperature superconductors for energy systems and perovskites for optoelectronic and memory storage devices. For the past three years, Dr. Kaiser has coordinated a NIST-wide partnership with the National Cancer Institute’s Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL), whose mission is to perform preclinical efficacy and toxicity testing of nanoparticles for cancer treatment. NIST’s role in this ongoing partnership is to provide advanced physico-chemical measurement methods, standards, and data on relevant nanoparticles. As part of this project, MML led the production of three gold nanoparticle reference material (RM) standards (10 nm, 30 nm, and 60 nm), the first nanoparticle standards for biomedical applications.

Speaking in the Green Electronics symposium.

Speaking in the Nanostructured Materials & Devices symposium.

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