High-Rate Nano And Microscale Printing Of Electronics, Sensors, And Functional Materials Applications
09:20 - 09:45
The Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) is the world's first nanoscale printer for electronics and sensors. The directed assembly based-printing process is used to print nano and microscale applications. The fully automated NanoOPS uses directed assembly based printing at the nanoscale can print metals, insulators and semiconductors, organic and inorganic materials (down to 20 nanometers).
Speaker Biography (Ahmed A. Busnaina)
Ahmed A. Busnaina, Ph.D. is the William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor, Distinguished University Professor and founding Director of National Science Foundation's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing and the NSF Center for Nano and Micro-contamination Control at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Prof. Busnaina is internationally recognized for his work on nano and micro scale defects in nano and microfabrication. He specializes in directed assembly-based printing of micro and nanoscale devices. He developed many manufacturing techniques for nanomaterials based electronics, sensors, energy, biomedical and materials applications. His research support exceeds $50 million. He authored more than 600 papers in journals, proceedings and conferences in addition to 25 filed and awarded patents. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Nanoparticle Research. He also serves on many advisory boards including Samsung Electronics, International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, Journal of Particulate Science and Technology, Journal of Electronic Materials Letters. He is a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the Adhesion Society, a Fulbright Senior Scholar and listed in Who's Who in the World.
Company Profile (NSF Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing)
The NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN) at Northeastern University in Boston, MA is a research center focused on nanomanufacturing processes and designing sensors and other products using these processes. Headquartered at Northeastern University in Boston, we create and translate knowledge so that nanotechnology can better meet global and societal needs. The research and development work is focused on: nanomanufacturing processes, nanotechnology-enabled products and applications and environmental health & safety of nanomanufacturing and nano-enabled products, and regulatory and ethical issues.
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