Sustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the Future

James Alexander Liddle

James Alexander Liddle

Leader, Nanofabrication Research Group

National Institute of Standards and Technology

J. Alexander Liddle received his B.A. and D. Phil. degrees in Materials Science from the University of Oxford in 1986 and 1989 respectively. He spent the next eleven years at Bell Laboratories, where his primary efforts were directed towards the research, development and eventual commercialization of a novel electron-beam lithography technology.He subsequently became the leader of an optical telecommunications MEMS group when Agere Systems spun-off from Lucent Technologies. He spent the next three years as the head of the LBNL nanofabrication group in the Center for X-ray optics, before becoming lead scientist of the Molecular Foundry nanofabrication user facility, where he was involved in research ranging from quantum computation to guided self-assembly.In 2006 he moved to NIST, where he is now leader of the Nanofabrication Research Group in the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology. He also serves as a co-chair of the Sustainable Manufacturing Nanotechnology Signature Initiative. He has published over 200 papers in areas ranging from electron-beam lithography to DNA-controlled nanoparticle assembly. His current focus is on nanofabrication and self-assembly for nanomanufacturing.

Speaking in the Sustainable Nanomanufacturing - NNI Signature Initiative Symposium.

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