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Center for Nanoscale Materials Program

May 2, 2005
Users Meeting
Building 402 Lecture Hall

  Opening Session: 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
  Nanoscience I: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  Nanoscience II: 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

May 6, 2006
Cornerstone Ceremony
CNM Construction Site

 

Ceremony & tour

10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

MONDAY, MAY 2 -- Opening Session

9:00 Welcome from Argonne National Laboratory
Robert Rosner, Laboratory Director
9:15 News from BES
Pedro Montano, DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences
9:45 CNM Scientific and User Programs
Eric Isaacs, CNM Director
10:30

Coffee Break

10:45 CNM Project Update
Derrick Mancini, CNM Project Manager
11:15 User Executive Committee Appointments and Charge
Stephen Streiffer, CNM System Manager, Nanosynthesis and Characterization
11:45 Nanomagnetism
Sam Bader, CNM Theme Leader, Nanomagnetism
12:15 Lunch with Theme Leaders

MONDAY, MAY 2 -- Nanoscience I

Session Chair: Sam Bader

1:30 Shaping Light at the Nanoscale: Quantum Dots and Photonic Crystal Resonators
Evelyn Hu, University of California, Santa Barbara
2:00

Nanoscale Structure and Properties of Semiconductor Nanowires
Lincoln J. Lauhon, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

2:30 Emergent Physics and Chemistry in the Non-scaleable Nano-size regime
Uzi Landman, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
3:00 Break

MONDAY, MAY 2 -- Nanoscience II

Session Chair: Stephen Streiffer

3:30

Human Issues in Nanotechnology
M. Ellen Mitchell, Director, Institute of Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology
Nigel Cameron, President, Institute for Biotechnology and the Human Future

4:00 Enhancing Ferroelectrics Using Strain
Darrell G. Schlom, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
4:30

Observation of Solvent Structural Domains Near Ions: Implications for the Design and Operation of Nanoscaled Devices and Machines
Andrew Goshe, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois

5:00 Adjourn to poster session

FRIDAY, MAY 6 -- Cornerstone Ceremony

10:00

Cornerstone Ceremony
Center for Nanoscale Materials construction site and tour of Sector 26

 

 

 


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