317 Templated Assembly of Inorganic Nanomaterials

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Golden Gate 4 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session features in invited and contributed talks on the science and engineering of templated or self-assembled nanostructured/nanoscale materials, providing expert perspectives and cover new developments in molecular sieving materials, mesostructured materials and thin films, metal oxide nanostructures, and metallic nanoparticles. The applications broadly include sustainable chemical processing, clean/renewable energy, and new photonic/electronic devices. The talks will highlight key underlying issues:(1) Fundamental aspects of self- and directed-assembly (2) Control over composition, morphology, and nanostructure (3) Synthesis mechanisms (4) Structure-function relationships.

Inorganic Materials

Ning Wu
Email: ningwu@mines.edu

Sunho Choi
Email: s.choi@neu.edu

Katy N. Olafson
Email: kolafson@central.uh.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

10:00 AM
(317f) Metal-Organic Framework Engineering: Directed Assembly from Molecules to Spherical Agglomerates
Tu Lee, Hung Lin Lee, Yee Chen Tsai, Tsung Yan Lin and Yun Hsuan Chang

10:18 AM
(317g) Self-Assembly of Designed Nanoscale Architectures from Assorted DNA-Framed Nanoparticles
Oleg Gang, Wenyan Liu, Jonathan D. Halverson, Ye Tian and Alexei V. Tkachenko

10:36 AM
(317h) Self-Assembly and Chiroptical Response of Homochiral Semiconductor Nanohelices
Wenchun Feng, Ji-Young Kim, Xinzhi Wang, Calcaterra Heather and Nicholas Kotov
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