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Yoshikazu Hirai, University of Kyoto – Body-on-a-Chip: an application of three-dimensional microstructuring techniques
This presentation introduces three-dimensional (3-D) microstructuring methods based on optical lithography and addresses one of their application for developing “Body-on-a-Chip.”
PrimeNano will give a talk on the method in MolES 215. They will then provide demos on the technique using our AFM Dimension Icon that afternoon and the next day. Speaker Bio: Oskar Amster, M.S. (Sr. Dir. Marketing of PrimeNano, Inc) Mr. Amster has a background in Physics and Materials engineering with a focus on microelectronics processing. He has 20 years experience working with analytical instruments and metrology tools. His background is in applications development, strategic marketing, and product development. He…
Please join the 3rd Innovations in Imaging for Life Sciences Symposium at the University of Washington on June 20, 2018. The talks will focus on advances in imaging from atomic to tissue scales, including cryo-electron microscopy and volume scope imaging.
Saving the World with Biomolecule Detection: “Science in the City” Lecture at Pacific Science Center
Join Prof. Paul Yager (UW BioE) and Böhringer lab visitor David Baisch (Conservation X Labs) for a discussion of cutting-edge diagnostic detection and molecular identification technologies in healthcare and ecosystems conservation at the Pacific Science Center
The Institute for Nano-engineered Systems (NanoES) at the University of Washington (Seattle, USA) is proud to host the 12th NAMIS International Summer School. The focus of this year's program is Micro- and Nano-Engineered Systems for Augmented Humanity.
This program is open to Ph.D. students, post-docs, young researchers, and lecturers from laboratories and institutions belonging to, or invited by, members of the NAMIS international network.
The National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) Annual Conference is an opportunity for NNCI site directors, staff, external advisory board, NSF program officers, and invited guests to share updates and exchange ideas. The 2018 conference will be hosted by the Institute for Nano-engineered Systems (NanoES) at the University of Washington from Wednesday, September 12 to Friday, September 14.
This non-credit short course is a survey of nanofabrication techniques, tools, and methods. The course will involve hands-on laboratory sessions coupled with lectures that will give attendees a high-level and real-time experience in fabrication technologies. Attendees will fabricate and electrically test multiple devices on single wafers and make a keepsake sample that represents their newly acquired skills. Over five days, the course will review process flows, lithography, metrology, additive and subtractive technologies, surface modification, CAD design for photomasks, Back-End-of-Line, packaging,…
DESIGNING TECHNOLOGY FOR NATURE’S FUTURE (EE 500 H) This course focuses on teaching principals and practice of next generation approaches for conservation and engineering, with a problem-oriented approach. The course will review how we may harness the power of exponential technologies, open innovation, and entrepreneurship to transform the efficacy and scale of conservation & development efforts. Technology has gained exponentially in processing power, memory capacity, number of sensors, pixel capacity, connectivity and storage. We have seen a merger of biology…
Come join University of Washington students, faculty, and researchers to learn why nanotechnology is so cool and celebrate National Nanotechnology Day! There will be fun, kid-friendly, hands-on activities as well as live demonstrations. And of course plenty of opportunities to hear about the research being done at UW to shape the future of nanotechnology.
As part of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department's Research Colloquium Series, please join Dr. Reza Ghodssi from the University of Maryland at his seminar on "Micro-Nano-Bio Technology for Next Generation Healthcare Systems". Reza Ghodssi is the Herbert Rabin Distinguished Chair in Engineering and Director of the MEMS Sensors and Actuators Lab (MSAL) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the Institute for Systems Research (ISR) at the University of Maryland (UMD). He is also affiliated with the Fischell…