191 Nanoelectronic Materials

Monday, November 4, 2013: 3:15 PM
Franciscan D (Hilton)
The promise of nanoelectronic materials largely stems from the ability to engineer their properties via control of their dimensionality. While simple nanoscale objects, including nanocrystals and nanowires, are possible for myriad materials, new synthetic techniques are offering additional levels of complexity and function. This session seeks submissions pertaining to the synthesis, fabrication, characterization and application of all nanoelectronic materials. Experimental and theoretical contributions are both welcome.

Electronics and Photonics
Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (22), Nanoparticles (03D)

Xiao-an Fu
Email: xiaoan.fu@louisville.edu

Kirk J. Ziegler
Email: kziegler@che.ufl.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(191a) Engineering of Multilayered Nanoparticles Structures for Stretchable Conductors With Self-Organized Conductive Pathways
Yoonseob Kim, Jian Zhu, Bongjun Yeom, Matthew Di Prima, Xianli Su, Jin Gyu Kim, Seung Jo Yoo, Ctirad Uher and Nicholas A. Kotov

3:31 PM
(191b) Formation of High-Aspect Ratio Helical Nanorods Via Peptide Driven Self-Assembly of Fullerodendrimers
Andrew J. Hilmer, Steven Shimizu, Thomas P. McNicholas and Michael S. Strano

4:03 PM
(191d) Impurities in Semiconductor Nanostructures
Vincent C. Holmberg, Ayaskanta Sahu, David J. Norris and Brian A. Korgel

4:19 PM

4:35 PM
(191e) Dense Semiconducting Nanowire Arrays Grown Directly On Graphene
John Alper, Albert Gutes, Carlo Carraro and Roya Maboudian
File available
5:07 PM
(191g) Leveraging Molecular and Quantum Confinement in Arrayed Nanostructures for Energy Technologies
Leigh A. Crosser, Katherine T. Nicol, Gregory E. Chester, Dustin J. Zastrow, Nicholas R. Schwartz, Justin C. Wong, Justin O. Chew, Kirk J. Ziegler, Justin J. Hill and Ryan Reeves

5:23 PM
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