February 15, 2011
Nanoscale Science and Technology
by: Dr.Thomas Mantei
Professor of Electrical Engineering
University of Cincinnati
1hr P.E. C.E. Credit (Free to members, $5- non-members)
Reservation: Online Reservation HERE (Required for lunch & P. E. - C.E. Certificate)
Newsletter download: HERE (Program Details)
When: February 15, 2011 - Lunch @ 11:30 a.m. Program @ 1:00 p.m.
Where: Evergreen Retirement Community, 230 W Galbraith Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45215 Ph: 513-948-2308
You can always attend the program at no charge. (Reservation required for P. E. - C.E. Certificate)
This talk will provide an introduction to nanoscale materials and devices and is intended for a broad audience. We will start with current products and applications such as cosmetics and fabrics and then move on to possible future devices and applications such as carbon-nanotube transistors and nano-pore DNA sequencing.
Nano scale science and technology are expanding new fields in which materials and devices are created at the nanometer dimension scale, that is, at the level of atoms and molecules. This extremely small length scale creates different physical, optical, chemical, and mechanical properties, leading to new applications in consumer products, electronics, photonics, and medicine.
Dr. Thomas Mantei works in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Cincinnati (UC). He earned the BSEE degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the MSEE and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University.
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