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Workshops

December 3-7, 2012

Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Workshop on Nanophotonics
Trieste, Italy

Co-sponsored by Argonne National Laboratory and the National Science Foundation, this workshop will describe the fundamentals, recent advances, and applications of nanophotonics. It is being organized to encourage interaction among participants from all countries and at all levels. It will provide a unique opportunity to advance knowledge and understanding in the area of interaction of light with subwavelength-size objects. Eric Isaacs (Argonne Director) and Daniel Lopez (CNM) are among the organizers.

November 5-6, 2012

Joint NSRC Workshop on Nanoparticle Science

This workshop aims to bring together scientists from the five DOE Office of Science Nanoscale Science Research Centers to discuss recent developments in nanoparticle synthesis, characterization, modeling, and assembly for explorations of functionality in clean energy and other applications. (more >>)

April 28-29, 2011

Chemically Synthesized Nanoparticles and Catalysis

Co-Organizers: Elena Shevchenko (CNM) and Byeongdu Lee (Advanced Photon Source)

This workshop is part of Argonne's Materials for Energy Initiative, which is an incubator for creating an expansive landscape of new molecules and materials, exploring the science of synthesis in the laboratory and on the computer, and opening pathways through bottlenecks — both in fundamental and use-inspired arenas.

February 24-25, 2011

Materials to Enable Low-Power Nonvolatile Memories: Oxides and Beyond

One of Argonne's strategic themes is materials and molecular design and discovery (M2D2), with a particular focus on oxides and related materials relevant for energy applications. As power consumption for computing, data storage, and electronics applications are projected to increase at substantial rates, it is clearly of interest to explore materials for applications in low-power electronics.

This workshop consisted of invited presentations, poster session, and discussions, and we hope it will provide the basis for future collaborations among researchers in industry, academia, and national laboratories. The invited presentations spanned topics from an industrial perspective to fundamental materials research as well as device-oriented research.

October 22-23, 2010

Applications of Raman Microscopy to Nanoscience

The CNM hosted a workshop and training course covering applications of Raman microscopy to nanoscience. One day of invited scientific presentations included nanoscale materials, nanoscale devices, and nanotechnology projects that have been advanced by exploiting, for example, confocal Raman microscopy and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. The program also included a poster session and an additional half-day short course devoted to hands-on demonstrations and training on the CNM Raman instrumentation. The co-organizers were David Gosztola (CNM) and Vic Maroni (CSE).

April 16-17, 2010

Opportunities for Magnetism in MEMS/NEMS

Co-Organizers:
Daniel Lopez (CNM)
Axel Hoffmann (MSD)
John Moreland (National Institute for Standards and Technology)

Hosted by the Center for Nanoscale Materials and
Materials Science Division

Several speakers from the United States and Canada will discuss their current research in this area and the interesting possibilities that appear when magnetic nanostructures are incorporated into micro- and nano-mechanical systems. Opportunities beyond some of the ongoing work in this area will be identified and explored.

July 7-9, 2008

Safe Handling of Engineered Nanoscale Materials

December 2, 2004

Report on the Mini-Workshop on Scanning Probe Microscopies in the DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers, Boston, Massachusetts (ORNL Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences)

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