High Throughput Nanopatterning with Enabling Applications in Electronics and Medicine

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 4:00pm

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 in 34-101 at 4pm.  Light refreshments will be served at 3:45pm.
Abstract:
This talk will discuss high throughput nanomanufacturing enabled by inkjet based UV nanoimprint lithography with a focus on (i) Design and real-time control of nanopatterning systems; and (ii) Customized systems and processes for applications including CMOS memory, patterned media for hard disk drives, flexible nanoelectronics, and shape/size controlled nanocarriers for targeted diagnostics and drug delivery.
Biography:
S.V. Sreenivasan specializes in high throughput nanomanufacturing as applied to electronics, biomedicine, and energy. He is the John T. MacGuire professor of mechanical engineering at UT-Austin; and co-founder of Molecular Imprints, Inc., a world leader in imprint based nanolithography technology.