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CAREER: Thermal Management of Nanoelectronic Devices and Circuits




CAREER: Molecular Scale Electronic Devices and Systems




NIRT: Nanorobotics


NIRT: The Development of Vault Nano-Capsules




CAREER: Correlation, Coherence, and Disorder in Nanoscale Devices and Complex Materials
Magneto-optical imaging of nanomagnetic structures




Bacterial-Based Micro Fuel Cells
NIRT: Science and Commercialization NanoBank, Database and Analysis




Controlling block Copolymer Order for Patterning in Two Dimensions
ITR: Analysis and Simulation of Interface Dynamics in Multiphase Fluids and Solids




Microsensor and Actuator I/UCRC


Collaborative ITR: Optical Control in Semiconductors for Spintronics and Quantum Information Processing
NSEC: Center for Scalable and Integrated Nano Manufacturing (SINAM)


CMG: Numerical Coarsening and Upscaling for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics



CAREER: Teaching the Physics of Electromagnetism in Optics Through Research on Magnetic and Optical Nanostructures


Novel Compact Sensor Based on Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering of Gold Nanoparticle Aggregates and D-Shaped Fi




Development of Nano-based Passive Sensors for RF/Wireless Sensing Systems




NIRT: Zeolite Nanoparticles: Energy, Environment, and Microelectronics

NIRT: Titanium-Based Biomolecular Manipulation Tools




NIRT: Nanoscale Electromolecular Lithography (NEL)


NUE: A Tour in Nano-Land and Understanding the Nano-Landscape: Developing Multidisciplinary NUE Courses




Collaborative Research:   Head-Disk Interface for Hard-Disk Drive Areal Data Density of 1 Terabit per Square Inch




Minority Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for FY 2004
MRI: Phase I of an Advanced Spectromicroscopy Facility: Acquisition of a Combined Confocal Optical and Atomic Force M




MRI: Acquisition of a Scanning Electron Microscope with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy for Materials Characterization


Collaborative Research:   MEMS from Organized Mesoscale Architectures of Carbon Nanotubes


NSEC: Center for Probing the Nanoscale




NSEC: Center Of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (COINS)
ITR - (ASE) - (sim+dmc):   Computational Toolbox for the Investigation of Multiscale Surface Processes




Sensors: C-MEMS Based Microbattery Arrays for Miniature Sensors


A "Bottom-Up" Approach to Interdisciplinary Engineering Education in Nanotechnology
BIC:   Evolving Signal Processing Circuits from Biological Reaction Networks




CAREER: Theoretical Studies of the Non-Linear Transport Properties of Molecular Wires
Collaborative Research in Nanostructure Control via Surfactant Mixing and Polymerization




Collaborative Research: Quantum Dot Nucleation In Glass Microsphere Resonators


Collaborative Research: Quantum Dot Nucleation in Glass Microsphere Resonators


CAREER:     Engineering Nucleic Acid Devices




CAREER: Convex Polycycles - Synthesis in the Azatriquinane Series
CAREER: Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling of Closed-Cell Nanoporous Media
CAREER: Synthetically Modified Tobacco Mosaic Virus: A Versatile Scaffold for Nanoscale Materials


SBIR Phase II:   Carbon Nanotubes Field Effect Transitors (FET) Platform for Electronic and Sensors Applications



GOALI: Correlated atomic scale STEM and X-ray synchrotron methods for understanding structure-property relationships o




Device Physics of Nanoscale Electronic Devices beyond the Technology Roadmap


MEMS, Nanotechnology and the Silicon Run Series
US-German Materials Collaboration: Unusual Stability of Amorphous


NSF-Europe Materials Collaboration: New Functionalized Hybrid Systems for Drug Delivery


Biomolecular Materials:   Structure, Phase Behavior, & Interactions


Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Semiconductor, Metal, and Carbon Clusters using Photoelectron Imaging




Coarse-Graining DNA Energy Landscapes for the Analysis of Hybridization Kinetics
NIRT: Synthesis, Electrical and Optical Properties of Metal-Molecule-Metal Junctions formed by Self-Assembly


Mesoscopic Magnetic Measurements




NER/SNB: Nanophononics: A New Approach to Electron Transport Enhancement in Nanoscale Devices
SGER:    Collaborative Research:   Terahertz Dynamics of Polymer Crystallization




MRI: Acquisition of Cryogenic Capabilities for Microanalysis of Hard-Soft Nanoscale Materials in the Transmission Electron



IMR: Development of an Imaging Transport Instrument for Materials Research and Education



International Center on Design for Nanotechnologies




NSEC: Center for Nanotechnology in Society at University of California, Santa Barbara




Computational Design of Proteins


CAREER: Metal-Organic Frameworks from Dipyrrin Metalloligands


CAREER: Massively Parallel and Manufacturable Self-Assembly Techniques for Interfacing and Integrating Nanowires in D


REU Site: Analysis, Fabrication and Engineering of Surfaces and Materials in Information Technology
Experimental and Computational Nanowire Tensile Testing
Improved Field-Effect Switches using Electron Bunching Mediated by Lattice Distortions




A Student Forum Promoting Science of Design Issues at the International Conference on Design Science Research in Info




Mechanical Quantum Resonators: Quantum Optics with Phonons




Atomic Scale Chemistry




Environmental Biogeochemistry and Nanoscience: Applications to Toxic Metal Transport in the Environment

PREM - Multidisciplinary Research and Education in Computational Materials Science
Design and Analysis of Iterative Methods for Order Reduction of Truly Large-Scale Systems




Preparation of Highly Substituted Cyclohexene Systems
Macroeconomic implications of limited enforcement in closed and open economies




MRI: Acquisition of EDS Microanalysis and Nanometer Pattern Generation Systems for Electron Microscopy Facilities at a




MRI: Development of an Ultra-High Resolution Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Instrument for Characterizing Supramolecula
MRI: Acquisition of a Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS) for Materials Research




SBIR Phase II: Development of an Imaging X-Ray Spectrometer



QUAN: Integrated photonic-atom chips: surface effects and advanced fabrication
Nano: Collaborative Research: EMT: Toward Universal Bottom-Up Nanofabrication with DNA
SGER: Scalability of Hetero-Nanocrystal Memory




Collaborative Research: Cyberinfrastructure for Phase-Space Mapping -- Free Energy, Phase Equilibria and Transition Pat


Graduate Engineering Education To Serve the Aerospace Industry in Urban Los Angeles and the Antelope Valley


Collaborative Research - SST: Integration of Spectroscopic Sensors and Electroactive Nanowell Arrays with Microfluidic Ch




Advances in Level Set and Related Methods: New Technology and Applications




Engineering Foundation Conference: Heat Transfer and Transport Phenomena in Microsystems
MRI: Instrumentation Acquisition for the Development of a Wet Facility for Nano-Bioengineering


Sub-Nanosecond Thermal Transport in Micro/Nanostructures

Computational Nano-Engineering for Patterned Magnetic Nanostructures
ITR: Institute for Quantum Information




Theoretical Studies in Chemical Kinetics and Related Topics


CAREER: Using Photonic Crystals to Control the Emission of Rare Earth-Doped Semiconducting Polymers




CAREER: Resonant MEMS for Sensing Applications
Gravitational Radiation and Relativistic Astrophysics




NIRT: Creating Functional Nano-Environments by Controlled Self-Assembly




NIRT: Integration of Carbon Nanotubes, Magnetic Nanocrystals, and Silicon Microstructures for Ultra-High-Resolution Mag


NER: Exploration of a Method for Designing Protein Nanomaterials
SBIR Phase II: Reference Electrode with an Invariant Liquid Junction Potential


Chemical Sensors Based on Electrodeposited Metal Nanowires
Development of a 300 mK-10 Tesla Scanning Tunneling Microscope for Nanoscience Research and Education


Grand Challenges of Nanotechnology, Workshop to be held in San Jose, California




Biochemical Engineering XII
U.S.-Japan Seminar: Nanoscale Thermal Science and Engineering




Nanotechnology: Opportunity and Challenges for Industry



Collaborative Research ITR/AP:   Enabling Microscopic Simulators to Perform System-Level Analysis


Windows on Research
Nanomachining by Combining Femtosecond Laser Radiation with Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscope: Fundamental S




NIRT: Probing Viral Adhesion with Nanoengineered Biomembranes and Quantum Dots
Interfacial Water from Molecular to Mesoscopic Scale


MRI: Development of Integrated Tunable Picosecond Optical Microscopy System with Multichannel Heterodyning Detector




MRI: Acquisition of a Field Emission Transmission Electron Microscope




Acquisition of an Electron Beam Lithography System for a Nanotechnology Research and Education Facility at UC Irvine


The Mohammed Dahleh Symposium
Communication and Integration in Nanomaterials
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Nanogeoscience, Summer 2002
SGER: Room-Temperature Reactive Ion Plasmas for the Generation of Low-Friction Carbon Films




Nanotechnology R&D Assessment
Collaborative Research: Integrated Parameter and Control Design




NER:    Scaling Si-based FET's Atomic Dimension




NER: Stepwise Contraction Adsorption Nanolithography, SCAN: A New Approach Towards Simple, Inexpensive and High
Time-resolved nanoscale detection of complex amplitude in the near field of functional nanophotonic devices




NER:   Templated Antibody Nanoarrays For Biosensor Applications


Nano/Microtechnology Undergraduate Course
NUE: Freshman Laboratory for Nanoscience


Multi-State Catalysis for Control of Polymer Sequence Distribution


CAREER: Tunable Monolithic MEMS Elements for Wireless Communications


Modeling and Computation of Flow-Structure Interaction in Multi-Phase and Complex Fluids




RUI:   Time-Dependent Electroosmotic Flow Studies in Coated Capillaries


SBIR Phase I:   Nanocomposite Solar Cells
SBIR Phase I: Nanoelectronic Capnography Sensors


SBIR Phase I: New Biological/Inorganic Nanomaterials for Photovoltaic Cells


SBIR Phase I: Nanotube-Based Electronic Pressure Sensor


Pan American Advanced Studies Institute: Computational Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering; Pasadena, CA, Jan



QSB: The Design and Construction of Coupled Genetic Regulatory Modules


Workshop on Future Directions in Catalysis; June 19-20, 2003; Arlington, VA




SGER:    Structure and Phase Behavior of Charged and Polymer-Containing Colloidal Dispersions




Computational Design of Proteins


Understanding Genomics Risks: An Integrated Scenario and Analytic Approach


International Research Fellowship Program: STEM Tomography of Nanoscale Systems




NER: Immobilized Calixarenes as Nanomaterials for Selective Catalysis and Molecular Recognition
NER: Rules for the Physical Implementation of Computations




NER: Programmed Assembly of Nanoparticles


NUE: Linking Introductory Physics Laboratories with Modern Technology by Restructuring Service Courses Around Investig




Collaborative Research:   Head-Disk Interface for Hard-Disk Drive Areal Data Density of 1 Terabit per Square Inch




Workshop on Self-Assembly and Self-Organization; Santa-Barbara, CA
SBIR Phase II: Nanocomposite Solar Cells



Biophotonics: In-Vivo Femtosecond Laser Micro-Surgery Combined with Two-Photon Imaging using Optical MEMS Compo


SGER: Excitable Vesicles - A New Platform


SBIR Phase I:   Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS)-Based Nanoparticles as Covert Taggants for Anti-Counterf


Joint US-Japan Workshop on Nanophotonics

International Bio-Nano-Information (BNI) Fusion Conference to be held in Marina del Rey, CA on July 20-22, 2005.




NER: Nano-Electronic Components Based on Carbon Nanotube Y-Junctions

SBIR Phase I: Development of an Imaging X-Ray Spectrometer
MRI: Acquisition of Instruments to Establish a Capability in Nanoimprinting of New Materials


SBIR Phase I: Integration of Biologically-Derived Nanowire/Nanotube Materials in Photovoltaic Design



SBIR Phase I: Molecular Transfer Lithography with Real-Time Alignment


Optical Trapping of Latex Immunoassay Particles for    Clinical Diagnosis
Chemical Derivatization of Scanning Probe Microscope Tips
Block Copolymer Self-Assembly: Morphologies, Thermo-mechanical Behaviors and Kinetic Pathways
In-Situ Characterization of Supported Metal Cluster   Catalysts
Calorimetry and Thermal Transport at the Quantum Limit
Networked Scanning Probe Microscope
U.S.-Japan Joint Seminar: Molecular and Microscale Thermophysical Phenomena in Nanotechnology




WORKSHOP: The 2nd Workshop on Enabling Technologies for Peta(fl)ops Computing to be held February 15-19, 1999 in


Partnership in Nanotechnology: Robotic Assembly of Functional Nanstructures
Nanotechnology: Silicon Nanoparticle Engineering for Novel Memory and Logic Applications
SGER: Surface and Sub-Surface Imaging at Nanometer Scales Using Picosecond Thermoacoustic Microscopy




SBIR Phase I: Chiropticenes: Molecular Chiroptical Dipole Switches




SBIR Phase I: Reference Electrode with an Invariant Liquid Junction Potential
NSF Organization
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ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




ROBOTICS|WESTERN EUROPE PROGRAM|NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T


NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T|PARTICULATE &MULTIPHASE PROCES|BIOCHEMICAL & BIOMASS ENG|PH




CONDENSED MATTER & MAT THEORY
ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




INTEGRATIVE SYSTEMS
|Studies of Policy Sci Eng Tech|ARTIFICIAL INTELL & COGNIT SCI|MATERIALS RESEARCH PROJECT SUP|NANOSCA




POLYMERS
ITR SMALL GRANTS




COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH|INDUSTRY/UNIV COOP RES CENTERS|ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC


ITR MEDIUM (GROUP) GRANTS
|BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|SPECIAL PROJECTS - CCF|NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR|MATERIALS DESIG


MATHEMATICAL GEOSCIENCES|OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESEARCH CMG



CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS


ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




|CERAMICS|CATALYSIS AND BIOCATALYSIS

NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T|FLUID DYNAMICS & HYDRAULICS




NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T


NANOTECHNOLOGY UNDERGRAD EDUCA|ENGINEERING EDUCATION




NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR|MATERIALS DESIGN & SURFACE ENG




BROADENING PARTICIPATION|MINORITY POSTDOC RSRCH FLW-NEW
MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION


ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC


Ethics & Values of SET|MATERIALS RSCH SCI & ENG CENT|NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR|PHYSICS-OTHER




NANO/BIO MECHANICS|MATERIALS RSCH SCI & ENG CENT|NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR|NANOSCALE: IN
ITR FOR NATIONAL PRIORITIES




MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE SYS


ENGINEERING EDUCATION
EMERGING MODELS & TECHNOLOGIES|BIOLOGY & INFORMATION TECHNOLO




CONDENSED MATTER & MAT THEORY|ITR SMALL GRANTS
INTERFAC TRANS,& THERMODYN PRO




CERAMICS


CERAMICS


BIOLOGY & INFORMATION TECHNOLO




METHODOLOGY
THERMAL TRANSPORT & THERM PROC
BIMOLECULAR PROCESSES


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE II



GRANT OPP FOR ACAD LIA W/INDUS|CATALYSIS AND BIOCATALYSIS




ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC


ADVANCED TECH EDUCATION PROG
CERAMICS


SOLID-STATE CHEMISTRY


CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS


SPECTROSCOPY|SOLID-STATE CHEMISTRY




COFFES|MSPA-INTERDISCIPLINARY|BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
ELECTRONIC MATERIALS|POLYMERS|CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS|NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T


CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS




NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH
POLYMERS




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION



INSTRUMENT FOR MATERIALS RSRCH



EMERGING MODELS & TECHNOLOGIES|COMPUTING PROCESSES & ARTIFACT|COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH|NA




|COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH|NANOTECHNOLOGY UNDERGRAD EDUCA|NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH|N




BIOMOLECULAR SYSTEMS


PHYSICAL INORGANIC


NANOMANUFACTURING


|OFFICE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY AC
NANO/BIO MECHANICS|NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR
ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




ITR-SCIENCE OF DESIGN




CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS




ELECTROCHEMISTRY & SURFACE CHE|SOLID-STATE CHEMISTRY




MINORITY POSTDOC RSRCH FLW-NEW

MSPA-INTERDISCIPLINARY|MATERIALS RSCH SCI & ENG CENT|OFFICE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY AC
COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS




SYNTHESIS
ECONOMICS




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION
MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION




SMALL BUSINESS PHASE II



EMERGING MODELS & TECHNOLOGIES
EMERGING MODELS & TECHNOLOGIES
ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




CHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION|INTERFAC TRANS,& THERMODYN PRO


S-STEM:SCHLR SCI TECH ENG&MATH


SENSORS SOLICITATION




NUMERIC, SYMBOLIC & GEO COMPUT|COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS




THERMAL TRANSPORT & THERM PROC
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|INTEGRATIVE SYSTEMS|MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION


THERMAL TRANSPORT & THERM PROC

MECHANICS & STRUCTURE OF MATER|ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTERS|MANUFACTURING MACHINES & EQ
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARC




STATISTICAL AND SIMULATIONS


ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC
SUPPORT OF LIGO RESEARCH|STELLAR ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSC




POLYMERS|MATERIALS RESEARCH PROJECT SUP|NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T|ENGINEERING RESEAR




CERAMICS|INSTRUMENT FOR MATERIALS RSRCH|INSTRUMENTAT & INSTRUMENT DEVP


BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH
SMALL BUSINESS PHASE II


ELECTROCHEMISTRY & SURFACE CHE
INSTRUMENT FOR MATERIALS RSRCH


PARTICULATE &MULTIPHASE PROCES




BIOCHEMICAL & BIOMASS ENG
EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC PROGRAM




|PARTICULATE &MULTIPHASE PROCES



ITR MEDIUM (GROUP) GRANTS


INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
NANOMANUFACTURING|THERMAL TRANSPORT & THERM PROC




WESTERN EUROPE PROGRAM|CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE PROGR|NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T
STATISTICAL AND SIMULATIONS


MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION




MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION


CONTROL, NETWORKS, & COMP INTE
CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE PROGR|PARTICULATE &MULTIPHASE PROCES|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSE
BE: COUPLED BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYC|INSTRUMENTATION & FACILITIES
MATERIALS DESIGN & SURFACE ENG




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CONTROL, NETWORKS, & COMP INTE




BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|SPECIAL PROJECTS - CCF




BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH|MATERIALS PROCESSING & MANUFCT|INTER
ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC




BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH


NANOTECHNOLOGY UNDERGRAD EDUCA|BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|PHYSICS-OTHER
SPECIAL PROJECTS - CCF|ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC|ENGINEERING EDUCATION


BIMOLECULAR PROCESSES


INTEGRATIVE SYSTEMS|ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC


COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS




ANALYTICAL SEPARATIONS & MEAS.


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I
SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I


|HUMAN RESOURCES|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES|OFFICE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY AC



BIOTECHNOLOGY|COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS|GENES AND GENOME SYSTEMS


PHYSICAL INORGANIC|CATALYSIS AND BIOCATALYSIS|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES




ENVIR SOCIAL & BEHAVIOR SCIENC|INTERFAC TRANS,& THERMODYN PRO




BIOMOLECULAR SYSTEMS


DECISION RISK & MANAGEMENT SCI


GLOBAL SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS




CATALYSIS AND BIOCATALYSIS
NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH




NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH


NANOSCALE: INTRDISCPL RESRCH T|PHYSICS-OTHER




NANOSCALE: SCIENCE & ENGIN CTR|MATERIALS DESIGN & SURFACE ENG




ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES
SMALL BUSINESS PHASE II



BIOPHOTONICS PROGRAM|BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING|RESEARCH TO AID THE DISABLED


PARTICULATE &MULTIPHASE PROCES|INTERFAC TRANS,& THERMODYN PRO|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSE


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I


ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TEC|SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSES

FLUID DYNAMICS & HYDRAULICS




NANOSCALE: EXPLORATORY RSRCH

SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I
MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I



SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I


SMALL BUSINESS PHASE I
STATISTICAL AND SIMULATIONS|OFFICE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY AC
CONDENSED MATTER & MAT THEORY
CATALYSIS AND BIOCATALYSIS
CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS
UNDERGRAD INSTRM & LAB IMPROVE
JAPAN AND KOREA PROGRAM|THERMAL TRANSPORT & THERM PROC




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|ROBOTICS|WESTERN EUROPE PROGRAM|EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEMS/CADRE|ELECT, PHOTONICS, & DEVICE TE
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Start Date Last Amendment Date Principal Investigator      State
   04/01/01            06/26/06 Balandin, Alexander        CA




  02/01/02               02/06/02 Zhou, Chongwu            CA




  09/01/02               08/22/02 Requicha, Aristides A.   CA


  08/01/02               08/11/06 Rome, Leonard            CA




  05/15/03               04/27/06 Moore, Joel              CA
  04/15/03               04/18/06 Schmidt, Holger          CA




  04/15/03               04/09/03 Lin, Liwei               CA
  08/01/03               08/12/03 Zucker, Lynne            CA




  08/01/03               04/30/06 Kramer, Edward           CA
  09/01/03               08/25/03 Shkoller, Steve          CA




  09/01/03               07/26/06 Muller, Richard          CA


  09/15/03               05/28/06 Sham, Lu                 CA
10/01/03   09/01/06 Zhang, Xiang        CA


09/15/03   09/04/03 Brandt, Achi        CA



06/01/04   03/01/06 Barbic, Mladen      CA


04/01/04   03/25/04 Gu, Claire          CA




07/01/04   03/24/04 Pham, Anh-Vu        CA




06/15/04   08/29/05 Yan, Yushan         CA

07/15/04   06/08/06 Meinhart, Carl      CA




08/15/04   08/13/04 Chen, Yong          CA


06/01/04   05/25/06 Mangir, Tulin       CA




06/15/04   06/04/04 Talke, Frank        CA




01/01/05   07/26/05 Banatao, Diosdado   CA
09/01/04   08/27/04 Liu, Gang-Yu       CA




08/01/04   07/30/04 Allen, Emily       CA


09/01/04   08/08/06 Turner, Kimberly   CA


09/01/04   08/17/06 Moler, Kathryn     CA




09/01/04   09/22/06 Zettl, Alex        CA
09/01/04   08/01/06 Petzold, Linda   CA




09/01/04   09/03/04 Madou, Marc      CA


08/01/04   04/24/06 Lee, Sang-Joon   CA
08/15/04   06/29/06 Sauro, Herbert            CA




01/01/04   10/19/05 Di Ventra, Massimiliano   CA
02/01/05   02/14/05 Zasadzinski, Joseph   CA




08/15/04   04/28/05 Risbud, Subhash       CA


08/15/04   05/22/06 Brongersma, Mark      CA


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Olufemi Olowolafe               03/31/07                 417394




Olufemi Olowolafe              01/31/07                 375000




George A. Hazelrigg            08/31/07                1010000


Eve Ida Barak                  07/31/07                1750000




Daryl W. Hess                  04/30/07                 320000
Olufemi Olowolafe              03/31/07                 314923




Kevin Tomsovic                 03/31/07                 300000
Rachelle D. Hollander          07/31/07                1490000




Andrew J. Lovinger             07/31/07                 584000
Hans G. Kaper                  08/31/07                 300000




Alex Schwarzkopf               08/31/09                 785000


Wendy W. Fuller-Mora           08/31/07                 420000
George A. Hazelrigg       09/30/08   13638803


Junping Wang              08/31/07    641182



Wendy W. Fuller-Mora      05/31/07    270436


Lawrence S. Goldberg      03/31/07    210000




Lawrence S. Goldberg      06/30/07    210000




John R. Regalbuto         05/31/08   1358911

William Wendell Schultz   06/30/07   1000000




George A. Hazelrigg       07/31/08   1300000


Mary Poats                05/31/07    100000




Clark V. Cooper           12/31/06     60000




Carter Kimsey             12/31/06    110000
Charles E. Bouldin        08/31/07   354000




William Wendell Schultz   07/31/07   367644


Rajinder P. Khosla        08/31/07   170000


C. Denise Caldwell        08/31/09   4445029




Jimmy K. Hsia             08/31/09   7136000
Eun K. Park           08/31/08   1100000




Abhijit V. Deshmukh   08/31/07   375000


Sue Kemnitzer         12/31/06    99690
Mitra Basu      07/31/07   261720




Daryl W. Hess   01/31/07   219910
Robert M. Wellek     01/31/07   160502




Lynnette D. Madsen   07/31/07   216766


Lynnette D. Madsen   07/31/07   267978


Mitra Basu           02/28/07   166333




Kenneth M. Doxsee    12/31/09   540000
Patrick E. Phelan      06/30/10   400132
Tyrone D. Mitchell     06/30/07   382000


T. James Rudd          03/31/07   531999



John R. Regalbuto      03/31/07   112999




Rajinder P. Khosla     04/30/08   240000


Duncan E. McBride      09/30/07   100000
Lynnette D. Madsen     07/31/07   240000


David L. Nelson        04/30/07   250000


Wendy W. Fuller-Mora   07/31/07   240000


David L. Nelson        05/31/07   300000




Thomas F. Russell      08/31/08   896280
LaVerne D. Hess        09/30/07   960000


Roy G. Goodrich        06/30/08   345000




Rajinder P. Khosla     12/31/06   100000
Andrew J. Lovinger      04/30/07    58117




Charles E. Bouldin      08/31/08   246526



Charles E. Bouldin      08/31/07   288024



Mitra Basu              09/30/07   500000




Priscilla Regan         12/31/10   2095000




Kamal Shukla            04/30/07   365964


Michael J. Clarke       12/31/06   243500


George A. Hazelrigg     06/30/11   400000


Ronald L. Christensen   05/31/07    91077
Jimmy K. Hsia           08/31/09   320084
Rajinder P. Khosla     04/30/09   239988




Sol J. Greenspan       01/31/07   10000




Wendy W. Fuller-Mora   06/30/07   125000




David L. Nelson        05/31/07   170000




Carter Kimsey          09/30/08   120000

Maija M Kukla          06/30/07   451500
Junping Wang        07/31/07   99910




Kenneth M. Doxsee   07/31/09   415000
Daniel H. Newlon     06/30/07   55560




Charles E. Bouldin   08/31/07   159886




Charles E. Bouldin   08/31/09   430210
Charles E. Bouldin        08/31/09   248939




Muralidharan S. Nair      06/30/08   499602



Mitra Basu                08/31/09   300000
Mitra Basu                09/30/07   240000
Olufemi Olowolafe         04/30/07    60000




Celeste M. Rohlfing       09/30/08   193000


Susan L. Burkett          08/31/10   500000


William Wendell Schultz   08/31/08   462606




Junping Wang              07/31/04   155000




Stefan T. Thynell         05/31/01     9900
Leon Esterowitz           08/31/02   267276


Patrick E. Phelan         08/31/03   227081

Lynn Preston              06/30/05   1680000
Mitra Basu             02/28/06   5012000




Raima M. Larter        02/28/05   618000


Lawrence S. Goldberg   01/31/06   375000




Lawrence S. Goldberg   06/30/06   380999
Beverly K. Berger     04/30/06   1565492




Robert M. Wellek      07/31/06   1600000




Lynnette D. Madsen    07/31/06   1150000


Parag R. Chitnis      08/31/03    95497
Joseph E. Hennessey   01/31/05   630478


Zeev Rosenzweig       07/31/06   696792
Charles E. Bouldin             03/31/05   280000


Triantafillos J. Mountziaris   04/30/03    20000




Fred G. Heineken               05/31/02    21000
Myra McAuliffe                 02/28/03    17000




Cyrus K. Aidun                 08/31/02    20000



Maria Burka                    07/31/06   665000


Sandra H. Welch                12/31/05   1488216
Alfonso Ortega                 07/31/04    188570




Katharine J. Covert            07/31/06   1132232
Raima M. Larter                02/28/05    274185


Parveen F. Wahid               03/31/04   205862




Charles E. Bouldin             08/31/04   700000




Charles E. Bouldin             07/31/06   357810


Radhakisan S. Baheti           10/31/02     5000
Triantafillos J. Mountziaris   08/31/03    20000
David Lambert                  05/31/03    36000
Yip-Wah Chung          08/31/04   75000




Dragana Brzakovic      07/31/03    16775
Radhakisan S. Baheti   03/31/06   234379




Sankar Basu            05/31/05   100000




Kevin Lyons            06/30/05   100000
Lawrence S. Goldberg   09/30/06   276000




Leon Esterowitz        12/31/04   109540


Mary Poats             06/30/05   100000
Sankar Basu            05/31/04   100000


Tyrone D. Mitchell     09/30/06   555000


Parveen F. Wahid       03/31/04   171852


Junping Wang           06/30/06   104720




Janice M. Hicks        03/31/04   120000


T. James Rudd          12/31/03   99653
Muralidharan S. Nair   12/31/03   96886


T. James Rudd          12/31/03   100000


Muralidharan S. Nair   12/31/03   99978


Harold Stolberg        05/31/05   99364



Elaine J. Lewis        09/30/06   500000


John R. Regalbuto      05/31/06   66200




Robert M. Wellek       06/30/05   110647




Kamal Shukla           08/31/05   340000


Robert E. O'Connor     12/31/05   99630


Susan Parris           04/30/06   34626




John R. Regalbuto      07/31/06   129985
Sankar Basu               09/30/05   111999




George A. Hazelrigg       06/30/06   100000


C. Denise Caldwell        08/31/06   99862




Clark V. Cooper           05/31/06   60000




Rajinder P. Khosla        01/31/05    33000
T. James Rudd             08/31/06   499990



Leon Esterowitz           10/31/05   541000


Robert M. Wellek          06/30/05   99417


Errol B. Arkilic          06/30/05   99917


Rajinder P. Khosla        10/31/05   42948

William Wendell Schultz   01/31/06   11905




Rajinder P. Khosla        06/30/06   100000

Muralidharan S. Nair      12/31/05   99310
Kevin Tomsovic         07/31/06   380000


T. James Rudd          06/30/06   100000



T. James Rudd          06/30/06   100000


Darryl G. Gorman       04/30/96    64986
Richard Hilderbrandt   05/31/97    49723
G. Bruce Taggart       03/31/01   146000
Geoffrey A. Prentice   05/31/01   311168
H. Hollis Wickman      07/31/01   195000
Myles G. Boylan        05/31/00   100000
Myra McAuliffe         05/31/00    22000




Charles H. Koelbel     11/30/99   127000


Mita D. Desai          08/31/02   708726
LaVerne D. Hess        09/30/01   568528
Stefan T. Thynell      08/31/01    84118




Cynthia J. Ekstein     06/30/00   100000




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jemoore@socrates.Berkeley.EDU   Sponsored Projects Office          BERKELEY
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zucker@nicco.sscnet.ucla.edu    10920 Wilshire Blvd.               LOS ANGELES




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Abstract
As the device size continues to shrink and integration
density continues to increase, the size and spatial
confinement effects on heat removal become
increasingly important. A rapid emergence of
nanotechnology as a nation's high-priority field and
renewed interest to thermoelectrics add significance to
the research on thermal management of
The relentless down-scaling of the conventional metal-
oxide-semiconductor (MOS) based integrated circuits
is expected to slow down due to fundamental physical
limitations and increasingly prohibitive cost associated
with fabrication facilities. Molecular electronics, where
the idea is that only a few or even just one molecule
This research project is funded in response to the
Nanoscale Science and Engineering Initiative, NSF 01-
157, category NIRT. Nanorobotics is concerned with
This Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team
(NIRT) project is designed to develop a flexible,
targetable nanocapsule by exploiting a naturally
occurring nanoscale structure, the vault. Vaults are
large (13 MDa) ribonucleoprotein particles composed
of multiple copies of three proteins and an RNA, found
in nearly all eucaryotic cells. The vault particle is a
nanocapsule honed by millions of years of evolution
with incredible potential for compound encapsulation,
This CAREER award combines research on electronic properties of low-dimensional systems with educational activities for
In recent years, research on the use of magnetic
properties of materials for electronics (spintronics) and
data storage has grown tremendously. In both areas,
spintronics and magnetic storage, size and operational
speed are defining properties of a device. As the size
of a magnetic element is reduced below a few hundred
nanometers, another qualitative change occurs as the
Micro power supply sources generated directly from biological organisms will have great impact for systems of all dimensio
This project uses econometric methods to estimate the
impact of nanoscale science and technology (nano
S&T) research, and associated interdisciplinary
research, directly on firms' entry and success and
hence on U.S. economic growth, standard of living, and
competitiveness. The research team also performs
scientometric and institutional analyses of diffusion and
networks in nano S&T and converging fields, and the
reciprocal effects of institutions on nano S&T and of
academic scientists' involvement in commercialization
on their scientific productivity and teaching. These
An experimental program is proposed aimed at discovering methods to achieve good translational and orientational order in
ABSTRACT

The investigator and his colleagues are concerned with
the development of new computational techniques for
simulating interface problems in fluids and solids that
MEMS is an important research field with promise of
significant applications in a variety of areas, including
healthcare, security, safety, and power conservation.
This Information Technology Research (ITR) medium
program will develop ultrafast optical methods for
controlling electronic, magnetic, vibrational, and
While exciting nano scientific discoveries stream
continually from research laboratories, due to the lack
of new manufacturing paradigms, scaling to industrial
Central to modern geophysical fluid dynamics are
computational solutions to Navier-Stokes equations. A
continuing challenge is to solve them for ever larger
range of spatial scales at which turbulence reigns.
The goal of this Faculty Early Career Development
project is to establish a research and teaching program
at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the
0401206
Gu

The primary objective of this research is to develop and
demonstrate a novel sensor based on nanoparticle
surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) and D-
shaped fibers for chemical, biological, and
environmental detection with emphasis on
understanding both the fundamental principles and
critical engineering issues underling the sensor design
0401375
Pham

The PI is proposing to develop microwave vertically
aligned carbon nanotube resonator sensor for remote
and wireless chemical detection. The newly developed
sensor is the key component in development of a
remote wireless sensing system to detect chemical
This proposal was received in response to Nanoscale
Science and Engineering initiative, NSF 03-043,
PROPOSAL NO.:CTS-0404444
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:CARL MEINHART
INSTITUTION:UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-
SANTA BARBARA


NIRT: TITANIUM-BASED BIOMOLECULAR
MANIPULATION TOOLS
This proposal was received in response to Nanoscale
Science and Engineering Initiative, NSF 03-043,
category NIRT (Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research
This Nanotechnology in Undergraduate Education
(NUE) award to California State University-Long Beach
(CSULB) supports Dr. Tulin E. Mangir, Department of
Electrical Engineering, Dr. Chuhee Kwon, Department
of Physics and Astronomy, and Dr. Andrew Z. Mason,
Department of Biological Sciences for their work to
develop lower division classes at CSULB in the areas
Collaborative Research:Head-Disk Interface for Hard-
Disk Drive Areal Data Density of
1 Terabit per Square Inch
Andreas A. Polycarpou (UIUC), David B. Bogy (UCB),
Frank E. Talke (UCSD)


In magnetic recording hard-disk drives the read/write
This action funds an NSF Minority Postdoctoral
Research Fellowship for FY 2004. The goal of the
fellowship is to increase the participation of minority
This proposal represents phase I of our long-term plan
for the development of a state-of-the-art
spectromicroscopy facility specializing in investigating
the interactions of nano- and micro-structures with soft
materials, including polymers, inorganic-organic
composites, and biosystems such as proteins, cells,
In this project, a scanning electron microscope (SEM)
with energy dispersive x-ray analysis (EDX) will be
acquired as the anchoring tool in a new
The objective of this research is to harness mesoscale
assemblies of organized mesoscale architectures of
highly oriented multi-walled CNT's actuation and
The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center at
Stanford University on Probing the Nanoscale (CPN)
addresses the development of novel nanoprobes and
application of these probes to answer fundamental
questions in science and technology. The Center,
which is a partnership between Stanford and IBM, has
The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center
entitled Center of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems
(COINS) is a partnership between UC Berkeley,
Caltech, Stanford and UC Merced. This team will
interact closely with partners from national laboratories
(Sandia and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs) and
This project focuses on the development of a
computational toolbox for investigation of multiscale
surface processes that are central to nanotechnology
as well as other current technologies. Two physical
systems will be studied that span from nano-scale
phenomena to large-scale deterministic transport
phenomena. The algorithms and software, developed
to simulate and extract information from multiscale
systems, are generic over a broad class of problems,
and will contribute well beyond the applications used
in their development.
The physical systems include electrodeposition of
metallic nanoclusters with additives to achieve
specific shapes, and environmental degradation
through interaction of pits, crevices and cracks. The
physical systems, chosen for their computational
structure, are characteristic of a large class of systems
where controlled shape evolution is exploited to
produce desired structures. Key issues are to
understand
how small-scale surface interactions guide
spontaneous self-organization, how to extract insight
from
noisy data and uncertain fundamental understanding,
and how to insure quality control at multiple scales
in manufacturing.
Computational tools will be developed for simulation
and sensitivity analysis in multi-phenomena
multiscale systems that require methods for coupling of
stochastic and deterministic models. Challenges
for deterministic simulation include the effective use of
parallel computers, and dealing with moving
boundaries, ill-conditioning and stiffness. We will
explore classes of preconditioners for the iterative
methods that solve large linear systems of equations at
each time step, in particular a newly-developed
multigrid method that is well-suited to moving boundary
problems. Challenges for stochastic simulation
include stiffness, which has only recently been
recognized as a barrier to efficiency for stochastic
simulation.
Sensitivity analysis is an important part of this effort.
For the deterministic computations, we will
make use of recently developed methods that are
adaptive in space and time. We will develop new
This Sensors and Sensor Networks (Sensors)
Individual Investigator (SII) grant will fund the
development of advanced 3D microbatteries and smart
This project is addressing a contemporary need for modernizing engineering curricula, by developing effective methods of d
The aim of this project is to understand how biological
organisms process signals and how such
an understanding might impinge on the future
development of man-made devices.
We normally associate computation with man-made
devices, particularly the ubiquitous digital
computer or the lesser-known analog computer.
However there are computational devices much
closer to home. All biological organisms are exposed
almost continuously to a huge variety of
environmental changes and shocks. In order to survive
such changes, living organisms have
evolved sensor proteins located on the outer surface of
the organism which can detect all manner
of environmental changes. These sensor proteins are
in turn connected to so-called signaling
networks composed of interacting proteins inside the
cell. These signaling networks are
responsible to making an appropriate decision based
on all the sensory inputs. What is not well
understood at this stage is the type of decision
processing that is carried out by these networks. In
man made devices we employ a variety of techniques
from digital computers to analog devices
to control our machines. Over the last fifty years or so,
the design of sophisticated man-made
control devices has matured to the extent that almost
all devices now have some kind of control
systems built into them. The reason why we are so
good at designing artificial control systems is
that we have a thorough grasp of the underlying
theoretical principles of control. The primary
technology that we used to build control devices is
based on electronics. Walk into any book
store and one will find books on electronic design.
In relation to biological control systems we do not have
the equivalent of an electronics design
handbook. As a result we understand very little about
how biological control systems work, how
they carry out decisions and what the underlying
principles of biological control are. Our
This is a CAREER award which combines research and educational activities. The goal of the research component is to u
University of Delaware/ University of California Santa
Barbara

ABSTRACT - 0436195/0436124

Project Summary

Much of nanotechnology is devoted to creating two-
dimensional structures on surfaces. However,
learning the composition-structure-function
relationships for biomimetic self-assembly will lead to
nanoscale, three-dimensional vesicle structures for
specific tasks including drug delivery, catalysis, specific
recognition, among others. This proposal addresses
the science and engineering needed to advance the
self-assembly of functional nano-containers of
polymers and surfactants, based on our group's
expertise with the combining the physics and chemistry
of nanostructures with the self-assembly and specific
recognition processes of biology. The basic theme is
centered on the self-assembly of oppositely charged
surfactants and/or hydrotropes into unilamellar vesicles
that can be fixed by polymerization to yield stable,
hollow capsules that can be further functionalized.
Specific aims are:

1. Study the formation and polymerization of vesicles
formed from polymerizable surfactants and
organic and inorganic monomers to best retain the
size, shape and polydispersity of templating vesicles;
2. Modify and control vesicle properties adding block co-
polymers to adjust the spontaneous curvature (size),
bending elasticity (polydispersity) and the steric
interactions between vesicles (stability). In particular,
near equimolar mixtures of polymerizable anionic and
cationic surfactants with copolymers that likely create
monodisperse vesicle systems will be formulated;
3. Examine the novel properties of vesicles formed in
mixtures of surfactant and hydrotropes (which are
weakly surface-active, amphiphilic, and highly water-
soluble organic salts), and to probe microstructural
changes therein caused by changes in pH or light
exposure.
Project 1 will involve synthesis and formulation carried
This research is a collaborative project with Prof.
Brongersma of Stanford University to study the laser
induced nucleation of semiconductor quantum dot (QD)
This research is a collaborative project with Prof.
Risbud from University of California at Davis to study
the laser induced nucleation of semiconductor quantum
The Pierce Lab at Caltech proposes a research
program that combines theoretical, computational
and experimental components to advance the field of
structural nucleic acid nanotechnology in developing
rigorous and robust methods for encoding arbitrary
This research program targets the synthesis of
heteroatom-containing convex polycycles. A synthetic
procedure for the alpha-substitution of azatriquinanes
The proposed research addresses outstanding technical and scientific issues related to energy conversion and efficiency a
With the support of the Organic Dynamics Program in
the Chemistry Division, Professor Matthew Francis of
the University of California- Berkeley will work with the
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase II project aims to design and develop a
molecular nano-sensor platform for researchers
developing new chemical and bio-sensors. The
Abstract

Proposal Title:GOALI: Correlated atomic scale
STEM and X-ray synchrotron methods for
understanding structure-property relationships of
supported nanocluster catalysts

Proposal Number:CTS-0500511

Principal Investigator: Nigel Browning

Institution: University of California-Davis

Analysis (rationale for decision):
The objective of this research is to study the
fundamental physics that is essential to both the
success of introducing new materials for conventional
The project is building on the success of the Silicon Run series of films to collect data on student use of the material, work
This research program is focused on the relationship
between synthesis, structure and properties of a new
class of ceramic materials that are made directly from
This award from the Solid State Chemistry program in
the Division of Materials Research to University of
California San Diego is to develop a chemically
The project is expected to elucidate the key parameters
that control the interactions between proteins derived
from the cell cytoskeleton, which lead to hierarchical
This project addresses valence band spectroscopy and
electronic relaxation dynamics in semiconductor, metal,
and carbon clusters investigated by two methods:
anion photoelectron imaging using vacuum ultraviolet
(VUV) light sources, and femtosecond time-resolved
DNA is best known as the genetic storage medium for life. However, its unique structural properties make it attractive for e
This project aims to synthesize metal-organic
semiconducting molecule-metal structures with
nanoscale metallic contacts pre-assembled or
*******Technical Abstract*******
This individual investigator award will support the use
of a dilution-refrigerator-based scanning
Superconducting QUantum Interference Device
(SQUID) to make direct magnetic measurements of
The objective of this research is to demonstrate a
possibility of the confined electron - confined phonon
scattering rate suppression and corresponding
The crystallization of synthetic polymers, in spite of its
significant industrial importance,
continues to represent a primary challenge of polymer
science and condensed matter physics.
Although kinetic theories on polymer crystallization
enjoyed widespread acceptance, the
underlying dynamics of polymer crystallization is still
unknown. Consequently, man's ability to
control polymer structure via crystallization is limited,
particularly during its early stages and at
the nanoscale.
In this SGER proposal, we propose to initiate research
on the Terahertz (THz) dynamics
of polymer crystallization. THz dynamics originates
from the collective modes of inter- and
intra-chain motions and is expected to be active during
both stages of nucleation and growth. The
spectral fingerprints of the collective modes lie in the
far-IR region, from a few wavenumbers to
some 300 cm-1. Energetically, they reside in the THz
regime (1 THz = 1012 Hz).
Acquisition of cryogenic capabilities for UC Merced's
core electron microscopy facility will provide new
research opportunities for nanoscale soft-hard
materials and for all researchers in the physical and
An Integrated Transport System will be developed in a
scanning electron microscope (SEM) to perform optical
imaging of transport phenomena. The system will
provide direct imaging of carrier diffusion and drift,
Intellectual Merit
The proposed research addresses the design issues
for nanotechnologies, with a special focus on the
architectural level and the integration level. The
research tasks include investigation and development
The Center for Nanotechnology in Society at UCSB
(CNS-UCSB) will serve as a national research and
education center, a network hub among researchers
and educators concerned with nanotechnologies'
societal impacts, and a resource base for studying
these impacts in the US and abroad. The Center will
focus attention on education for a new generation of
social science, humanities, and nanoscience
professionals, on the historical context of
The objective of this project is to develop and apply
computational methods to design novel proteins.
Protein engineering is a potentially powerful method for
This award in the Inorganic, Bioinorganic and
Organometallic Chemistry program supports Dr. Seth
Cohen at the University of California at San Diego to
The research objective of this Faculty Early Career
(CAREER) proposes to address the long-standing
issues of interfacing and interconnecting one-
This award by the Chemistry and Materials Science Divisions supports Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) a
Abstract (0556032)

We propose to develop an AFM-based nanowire
tensile test apparatus together with an experimentally
validated computational tool, to obtain fundamental
0601734
Peumans

The objective of this research is to improve the
performance of future very-large-scale-integrated
systems by developing molecular-scale transistors that
have improved switching (on-off) characteristics. By
reducing the static power consumption, large gains in
overall power consumption and system performance
will be achievable. The approach is to exploit polaronic
0602391
Chatterjee, Samir
Claremont Graduate University

A STUDENT FORUM PROMOTING SCIENCE OF
DESIGN ISSUES AT THE INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE ON DESIGN SCIENCE RESEARCH
IN INFORMATIONS SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY

This proposal seeks funding for supporting a group of
****NON-TECHNICAL ABSTRACT****:
Quantum mechanics controls the behavior of very
small, atomic-scale systems like the hydrogen atom
and the electron. Demonstrations of the applicability of
quantum mechanics to larger scale systems, especially
ones with millions or more independent atoms, are
Non-Technical Abstract

The primary objective of the proposed research lies in
the study of chemistry at the atomic scale by the use of
homemade scanning tunneling microscope (STM). By
probing individual atoms and molecules, their
This project is awarded under the Minority Postdoctoral
Research Fellowships and Supporting Activities
The broad goal of this project is to expand and
strengthen the research and educational activities of
the multidisciplinary W. M. Keck Computational
Over the last few decades, iterative methods, in
particular Krylov
subspace-based algorithms, have become widely-used
and indispensable tools for
the solution of large-scale computational problems in
science and engineering.
While most Krylov methods were originally developed
for the solution of large
eigenvalue problems or large systems of linear
equations, starting in the early
1990s, Krylov techniques have also proven to be
powerful tools for order
reduction of large-scale systems of ordinary differential
equations or
algebraic-differential equations. The basic idea of
order reduction is to
replace the original large-scale system with a system of
similar type, but of
much smaller dimension. In recent years, a lot of
Krylov machinery for order
reduction has been put in place. Still, the existing
algorithms are not at the
same level as Krylov subspace methods for eigenvalue
problems or systems of
linear equations. For example, Krylov subspace
methods combined with powerful
preconditioning techniques are routinely used to solve
linear systems with
millions of unknowns. However, the application of
Krylov techniques for order
reduction to such truly large-scale systems remains
prohibitive for a number of
reasons. First, most existing algorithms generate
reduced-order models via
explicit projection after a suitable basis for the
underlying Krylov subspace
has been generated, and thus they require the storage
of all these basis
vectors. In the truly large-scale case, the resulting
storage requirements
become excessive. Second, Lanczos-type algorithms
generate reduced-order
models on the fly, and thus avoid the issue of keeping
all basis vectors.
However, in general, the resulting reduced-order
models do not preserve crucial
properties of the original large-scale system, such as
stability or passivity.
Third, all existing Krylov techniques involve the solution
of large sparse
linear systems of equations at each Krylov iteration. It
is usually assumed
This project is focused on the development of
cycloaddition processes that allow the rapid and
efficient preparation of very hindered cyclohexene
The current and future research described in this
proposal is directed toward understanding the link
between the limited enforcement of contracts and the
macro performance in closed and open economies.
The proposal encompasses three sub-projects each
studying the role of limited enforcement but for different
macroeconomic issues.

The first sub-project investigates the adoption of
Technical Abstract

Pomona College will acquire new EDS microanalysis
and nanometer pattern generation
systems to enhance the electron microscope facility at
Pomona College. These
subsystems will be added to the college's field
emission scanning electron microscope.
The EDS system consists of an X-ray detector, a pulse
processor, and an analyzer used
for identification of elemental composition and mapping
of specific elements with
submicron resolution. The nanometer pattern
generation system will allow the design and
creation of arbitrary patterns in polymers with features
smaller than 50 nm with
placement accuracy less than 5 nm. We will upgrade
the stage controller and In-Lens
secondary electron detector as well. The primary
research projects will include
nanostructure fabrication and characterization,
combinatorial methods for materials
research and performance optimization, and the
exceptional fossil deposits from the
period of the 'Cambrian Explosion'. In addition to this,
faculty colleagues from across
the Claremont Colleges Consortium have expressed
interest in adding these specific
capabilities for research programs in Biology,
Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, and
Physics. We anticipate that curricular modifications of
laboratory courses in Chemistry,
Geology, and Physics will result in approximately half of
all undergraduates enrolled at
Pomona College being exposed to this instrumentation.
Additionally, each year several
programs bring large numbers of under-represented
minority K-12 students and teachers
to Pomona College. We will use this facility in outreach
programs to inspire these
Technical Abstract

The development project is aimed at advancing the
design technology for ultra-high-resolution small angle
x-ray scattering (SAXS) instrumentation and x-ray
optics with broad applications in nanoscale structure
characterization. A new optical design concept that
Technical Abstract

California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)
requests a Physical Property Measurement System
(PPMS). The instrument will have the following
technical features: a PPMS base system with a 9 Tesla
longitudinal magnet and power supply, PPMS
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase II project proposes to develop an innovative x-
ray fluorescence (XFi) imaging spectrometer with the
following important attributes: (1) element specific
Intellectual merit: We propose a broad-based program of experimental research to advance our understanding of the degr
Background. One of the greatest contrasts between the biological organisms and human technology lies in how they are co
Intellectual Merit:
Similar to logic devices, flash memories based on
extended floating gate are scaling down following
Moore's Law and running into limit at about 45nm
technology node because of the tunneling oxide
David Kofke of the State University of New York at
Buffalo, Sharon Glotzer of the University of Michigan,
Peter Cummings of Vanderbilt University, David
Engineering (59)

This scholarship program supports graduate students
Proposal Number:0529132
Principal Investigator:Sandra Troian
Affiliation: Princeton University
Collaborative Research - SST: Integration of
Spectroscopic Sensors and Electroactive Nanowell
Arrays with Microfluidic Chips Based on
NSF Proposal: DMS-0074735

\Advances in Level Set and Related Methods: New
Technologies and Applications\"

            Principal Investigator: Stanley J. Osher


ABSTRACT
The goal of this Engineering Foundation Conference is to provide an international, cross-disciplinary forum for discussion a
0079243
Pruitt
The objective of this NSF MRI Award is to develop a
Interfacial thermal resistance and anomalous thermal
diffusion strongly impede energy transport in high
0085569
Gao

Computational nano-engineering is an emerging field of
research aimed at developing nanoscale modeling and
simulation methods to enable and accelerate the
design and development of functional nanometer-scale
devices and systems. Just as microfabrication has led
EIA -0086038
Kimble, H.J.
California Institute of Technology

Title: Information Technology Research: Institute for
Quantum Information

Rudolph Marcus of the California Institute of
Technology is supported by the Theoretical and
Computational Chemistry Program to carry out
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) made with
semiconducting (conjugated) polymers
now have quantum efficiencies as high as 4 % and
operating lifetimes of 50,000 hours.
Several companies are developing flat panel displays
with these LEDs. One of the
limitations of polymer LEDs is that triplet excitons are
non-emissive. Initial steps
Applications utilizing microelectromechanical system
(MEMS) components are becoming increasingly more
numerous and important. A hallmark of MEMS is that
unlike merely miniaturizing existing designs and ideas,
it provides an innovative technology which will enable
Theoretical research is being carried out in two areas
related to
gravitational waves and their detection. The first area
is the
invention of new techniques and technology for
advanced
laser-interferometer gravitational-wave detectors.
These advanced
detectors will entail measuring the motions of 40
kilogram
sapphire-crystal mirrors with an accuracy so high that
the mirrors are
governed by the laws of quantum mechanics and not
the laws of classical
physics. The new techniques and technology entail,
among other things,
new configurations of mirrors and laser beams
designed to deal with
quantum effects that are absent in current gravitational-
wave
detectors, changes in how the laser light is manipulated
after it
leaves the interferometer, and a reshaping of the cross
sections of the
interferometer's light beams. The second area of
research is the
theoretical modeling of astrophysical sources of
gravitational waves
with the goal of predicting the sources' dynamical
behaviors and the
details of the waves they emit. Among the sources
being modeled are
oscillations of rapidly spinning, newborn neutron stars,
the spins of
neutron stars that are accreting gas from companion
stars (``Low-Mass
X-Ray Binaries''), the late, highly relativistic phase of
inspiral of
black-hole/black-hole and black-hole/neutron-star
binaries, collisions
of black holes, and the tearing apart of a neutron star
Abstract
CTS-0103516
M.Tirrell, University of California-Santa Barbara


The work proposed here aims to develop the science
Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM) is one of the most
promising and best-known techniques for probing
magnetic phenomena on length scales approaching 10
Considerable effort in nanotechnology research has been devoted to creating new molecular materials from inorganic or or
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase II project will develop a long-lived, stable
reference electrode that dramatically improves
The Analytical and Surface Chemistry Program
supports this project by Prof. Reginald Penner at the
University of California at Irvine on the synthesis of
This award from the Instrumentation for Materials
Research program supports instrument development at
the University of California Riverside. The ability to
Abstract
CTS-0121053
M. Moskovits, UCSB


Partial travel support is requested for the U.S.
The Biochemical Engineering Conference serves as the premier meeting for the Biochemical Engineering community. The
0135632
Majumdar

This award supports the participation of American
scientists in a U.S.-Japan seminar on nanoscale
thermal science and engineering to be held in San
Abstract
CTS-0135910
Fernando Torres-Gil, UCLA
Partial travel support and conference preparation costs
Research:

An interdisciplinary research team, at four universities,
The University of California, Berkeley is developing \Windows on Research
The production of surface nanofeatures has many
important applications in critical emerging technology
fields, including the heterogeneous integration of
nanoscale components and devices in
microelectronics, information storage and
optoelectronic systems. The ultra-fast temporal scale of
femtosecond pulsed laser radiation will be combined
This Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) award to University of California Davis is supported by Divisions o
Alenka Luzar of the University of California, San
Francisco, is supported by the Theoretical and
Computational Chemistry Program for theoretical
0216155
Schmidt

Continuous progress in microscopy and ultrafast optics
has allowed researchers to investigate
phenomena on ever smaller length and shorter time
scales, leading to a multitude of novel applications.
Here, the PIs propose to build a measurement system
that combines both ultrahigh spatial and temporal
resolution. This system will enable access to a whole
This award from the Major Research Instrumentation
program supports the University of California at Santa
Barbara with the acquisition of a state-of-the-art field
emission transmission electron microscope (FE-TEM)
with capabilities for atomic resolution Z-contrast
This award from the Major Research Instrumentation
Program supports the acquisition an ultra-high
resolution electron beam nanolithography system for
This symposium will encourage the participation of researchers from a broad range of disciplines, while maintaining a core
The PI is organizing an interdisciplinary workshop to provide a forum for discussion of the latest advances in nanomaterials
EAR-0226362
Waychunas

Nanoscience and nanotechnology have emerged as
ROOM-TEMPERATURE REACTIVE-ION-PLASMAS
FOR GENERATION OF LOW-FRICTION CARBON
FILMS
Small Grant for Exploratory Research
G. Radhakrishnan (The Aerospace Corporation) and
Michael McNallan (University of Illinois at Chicago)

In this exploratory research program, a novel room-
temperature process for the generation of low-friction
Nanotechnology R&D Assessment
Project Summary
Motivated by design problems i anotechnology and by
key theoretical problems of interest,
we consider a paradigm whereby the plant description
depends on one or several parameters that
are subject to design.We propose a general framework
for I tegrated Parameter and Controller
(IPC)design that allows multiple performance
requirements.We propose to address the problem
of designing these parameters in conjunction with the
feedback controller i order to achieve one or
more objectives.We then propose to address and solve
the underlying optimization problem.The
theoretical underpinnings will rely o ew results in the
non-convex optimization literature that
utilize convex relaxation i order to get global optimal
solutions.The potential of our approach
to yield e .ective solutions to the resulting problems is
demonstrated by our recent work that
applies the proposed methods to the robust synthesis
problem in 1 giving the only global optimal
solution to this important problem.Aside from its
contribution to the theory of control design,
the IPC design tools to be developed will be used to
address several practical problems where the
simultaneous parameter and controller design can
have a large and measurable impact.Speci .cally,
we will address a signi .cant nanotechnology design
problem i volving ultra-high resolution micro-
cantilevers.This problem will take adva tage of existing
expertise i the laboratory of the PIs and
will be conducted i close collaboration with the relevant
industry.Based o the interdisciplinary
PROPOSAL NO: 0304274
INSTITUTION: U of Cal Berkeley
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: King, Tsu-Jae
TITLE: Scaling Si-based FET's Atomic Dimension
Abstract:
This project will pave the technological pathway for
scaling silicon transistors down to atomic dimensions
The overall objective is to develop a new lithographic technique, referred to as \stepwise contraction adsorption nanolithogr
0304573
Fainman

Nanoscale science and technology are playing an
increasingly important role in development of future
technologies for information systems including
computing, communications, display, lighting, high-
resolution imaging, and sensing. Optical and photonic
0304675
Baker
This proposal was received in response to Nanoscale
This Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education (NUE) program entitled, \Nano/Microtechnology Undergraduate Course
NUE Award: Freshman Laboratory for Nanoscience

This award is part of Nanoscale Science and
With the support of the Organic Dynamics Program in
the Chemistry Division, Professor Robert Waymouth of
Stanford University will develop a new kinetic strategy
Tunable monolithic inductor and capacitor (LC) circuits
for use in miniature wireless transceivers will be
developed using microelectromechanical systems
Ceniceros
    The investigator and collaborators develop two
classes of
modern, hybrid numerical methods to study fluid-
structure
interaction for multi-phase flows in two and three
dimensions.
The hybrid computational methodologies merge two
sets of usually
disjoint approaches, front capturing (both through the
level set
method and through phase field based models) and
front tracking
(immersed boundary setting) on one hand, and moving
meshes and
adaptive mesh refinements on the other, to produce an
efficient
method that exploits the best features of each
individual
approach. In addition, controlled adaptive front-
tracking in
concert with a leading small-scales semi-implicit time
discretization is used to overcome the long-standing
time
stepping problem (stiffness) associated with interfacial
tension.
The blending of all these ingredients produces fully
adaptive
and non-stiff hybrid methods for capturing accurately
small-scale
Professor Kimberly Schrum of Whittier College is
supported by the Analytical and Surface Chemistry
Program with a RUI grant focused on electroosmotic
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project will develop an innovative solar cell design that
combines nanotechnology with conducting polymer
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project will develop and commercialize a new
generation of low-cost, disposable carbon dioxide gas
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
Project will develop a unique combination of biological
and inorganic materials for fabrication of
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project is aimed at developing carbon nanotube
electromechanical pressure sensors. The
0322465
Goddard

This Pan-American Advanced Studies Institutes (PASI)
An important theme in post-genomic research is the
dissection and quantitative analysis of the complex
dynamical interactions involved in gene regulation. The
On June 19-20, 2003, a leading group of engineers and
scientists from academia and industry will meet at the
National Science Foundation for a visionary workshop
on future directions in catalysis research. Catalysts
and the multitude of products prepared through their
use constitute a major portion of the US GNP.
Undoubtedly, catalysts are the most successful
application of nanotechnology in the modern economy.
The ability to design and control catalyst structure at
the nanometer scale is directly related to key catalytic
properties, such as activity, selectivity, and stability.
Recent advances now promise to revolutionize
catalysis research: Synthetic techniques can now
control assembly at the nano-scale, analytical
methodologies can identify and probe structure to verify
synthesis methodology, and predictive capabilities can
provide guiding principles for structure/property
relationships. Unprecedented control of the
Wu, Jianzhong
U of Cal - Riverside

\SGER: Structure and Phase Behavior of Charged
Polymer-Containing Colloidal Dispersions\"

The objective of this project is to develop and apply
computational methods to design novel proteins.
Protein engineering is a potentially powerful method for
Often a decision maker's first exposure to an innovative
technology is a story -- from either a critic or a
proponent -- of how the technology will develop. A
040174
Arslan


The International Research Fellowship Program
enables U.S. scientists and engineers to conduct three
to twenty-four months of research abroad. The
program's awards provide opportunities for joint
research, and the use of unique or complementary
This proposal was received in response to
Nanoscience and Engineering initiative, NSF 03-043,
category NER. This research addresses the design
PROPOSAL NO: 0404380
INSTITUTION: California Inst of Tech
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Martin , Alain
TITLE: NER: Rules for the Physical Implementation of
Computations

Abstract:
A modern digital chip is a complex distributed system
where many actions are performed concurrently. So far
this difficult concurrency problem has been solved
rather crudely but conveniently by distributing a global
timing reference signal (the global ``clock'') and by
estimating how long each action takes. (The
The objective ofnecessary to schedule the clock
estimations are this research is to program self-
assembly into nanoparticle building blocks. The
approach is to break the symmetry of spherical
The proposal for this award was received in response
to the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Education
(NSEE) announcement, NSF 03-044, Nanotechnology
Undergraduate Education (NUE).

Collaborative Research:Head-Disk Interface for Hard-
Disk Drive Areal Data Density of
1 Terabit per Square Inch
Andreas A. Polycarpou (UIUC), David B. Bogy (UCB),
Frank E. Talke (UCSD)


In magnetic recording hard-disk drives the read/write
The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) proposes to organize and host an international workshop entitled in \Di
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase II project will develop an innovative solar
technology that combines nanotechnology with
conducting polymer photovoltaics to achieve light
0423732
Solgaard
This proposal describes a research program that will
\SGER: Excitable Vesicles - A New Platform\"

Electric potential and current are fundamental physical
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase I project will develop and test a series of covert,
nanoscale taggants based on Surface Enhanced
This proposal requests funds for the US-Japan
Workshop on \Nanophotonics\". This workshop is the
PROPOSAL NO.:CTS-0502767
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS:C-M HO
INSTITUTION:UCLA

INTERNATIONAL BIO-NANO-INFORMATION (BNI)
FUSION CONFERENCE

The objective of this research is the study of the
structure-electrical property correlations in multi-walled
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase I research project involves the development of a
diagnostic and characterization tool with a spatial
This award supports the acquisition of a Jenoptik Hot
Embossing System Hex 03 for the fabrication of
nanostructures using a newly developed technique for
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project focuses on integrating
biologically-derived nanowire/nanotube materials in the
design of solar cells. A photovoltaic that integrates the
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase I project proposes a comprehensive
nanolithography and alignment system for integrated
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project is to develop a novel method for bioagent immobilization since th
John Baldeschweiler is supported by a Small Grant for Exploratory Research from the Theoretical and Computational Che
9531914 Wang Motivated by the high promise of block copolymers as materials for nanotechnology, and by their intrinsic
ABSTRACT CTS-9617257            The research objective is the determination of the structural, electronic, and catalytic proper
w:\awards\awards96\num.doc 9705411 Roukes Calorimetry and Thermal Transport at the Quantum Limit. This new re
The department is developing a networked scanning probe microscope (SPM) core facility to serve students and faculty thr
9815245
Majumdar

This award supports the participation of American
scientists in a U.S.-Japan seminar on Molecular and
Microscale Thermophysical Phenomena in
Nanotechnology, to be held in Sendai, Japan, from
August 8-11, l999. The co-organizers are Professors
The Pflops-2 workshop, unlike its predecessor, will be
a conference style meeting involving a large
attendance (approximately 200) of experts in related
EIA-9871775 Requicha, Aristides A. Koel, Bruce E. University of Southern California Partnerships in Nanotechnology:
9871850 Atwater This objectives of this project are to develop the synthesis, processing, manipulation and characterizatio
ABSTRACT


Proposal Number: CTS-9910823

Principal Investigators: A. Majumdar

The ability to manipulate matter and to observe and
control physical and biological phenomena at
nanometer scales is providing researchers with rich
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project is based on the development and
commercialization of Chiropticenes, a novel class of
single-molecule chiroptical dipole switches.
Chiropticene molecular switches are triggered by a
combination of light and electric field, which cause both
the chirality and dipole direction to be reversed.
This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I
project will provide a powerful tool for monitoring
chemical, biological and environmental processes. A
ch on electronic properties of low-dimensional systems with educational activities for both university students and the wider community. The r




directly from biological organisms will have great impact for systems of all dimensions, starting from nanotechnology, to microsystems, and t




aimed at discovering methods to achieve good translational and orientational order in 2D arrays of block copolymer domains, methods that c
ary need for modernizing engineering curricula, by developing effective methods of designing and implementing educational content for high
nes research and educational activities. The goal of the research component is to use newly developed atomic-scale first-principles approac
 tanding technical and scientific issues related to energy conversion and efficiency as well as material synthesis for emerging technologies. I




of the Silicon Run series of films to collect data on student use of the material, work with existing nanotechnology programs at 2-year colleges




 ge medium for life. However, its unique structural properties make it attractive for engineering nanoscale structures and devices. Remarkab
ials Science Divisions supports Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) and Research Experience for Teachers (RET) sites at Sa
-based program of experimental research to advance our understanding of the degree to which van der Waals interactions may ultimately lim
asts between the biological organisms and human technology lies in how they are constructed. Plants and animals grow from the inside out,




n Conference is to provide an international, cross-disciplinary forum for discussion and presentation of the latest results in the area of heat tr
esearch has been devoted to creating new molecular materials from inorganic or organic building blocks. These efforts have led to numerou
ce serves as the premier meeting for the Biochemical Engineering community. The focus of this Conference will include important core area




developing \Windows on Research




rch Team (NIRT) award to University of California Davis is supported by Divisions of Chemistry (MPS), Biological Infrastructure (BIO) and Int




ticipation of researchers from a broad range of disciplines, while maintaining a core representation from the areas of Dynamics and Controls
 workshop to provide a forum for discussion of the latest advances in nanomaterials to be held in Romania during the week of Sept. 30, 200
w lithographic technique, referred to as \stepwise contraction adsorption nanolithography (SCAN).\" In the first step
ducation (NUE) program entitled, \Nano/Microtechnology Undergraduate Course
bara (UCSB) proposes to organize and host an international workshop entitled in \Directed Self-Assembly and Self-Organization\" on the UCS
 ch Phase I project is to develop a novel method for bioagent immobilization since the bottleneck of nanotechnology is the ability to immobiliz
Small Grant for Exploratory Research from the Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Program and the MPS Office of Multidisciplinary
promise of block copolymers as materials for nanotechnology, and by their intrinsic scientific interest as model systems for self-assembling
earch objective is the determination of the structural, electronic, and catalytic properties of supported metal cluster catalysts during reaction.
1 Roukes Calorimetry and Thermal Transport at the Quantum Limit. This new research program focuses on reduced-dimensional heat f
ked scanning probe microscope (SPM) core facility to serve students and faculty throughout the state. Access for students from large introdu




oel, Bruce E. University of Southern California Partnerships in Nanotechnology: Robotic Assembly of Functional Nanostructures         Contr
s project are to develop the synthesis, processing, manipulation and characterization tools to enable and improve novel, emerging silicon n
ducational activities for both university students and the wider community. The research projects involve new phenomena which emerge whe




ystems of all dimensions, starting from nanotechnology, to microsystems, and to macro scale devices. The motivation of the project came f




nd orientational order in 2D arrays of block copolymer domains, methods that could ultimately lead to nanopatterns that could be transferred
g effective methods of designing and implementing educational content for highly interdisciplinary subjects, nanotechnology in particular. It is
arch component is to use newly developed atomic-scale first-principles approaches to address some of the most fundamental issues in trans
ersion and efficiency as well as material synthesis for emerging technologies. It proposes to tune electrical, thermal, and optical properties o




e of the material, work with existing nanotechnology programs at 2-year colleges, and plan for future production of a series of films on micro-




make it attractive for engineering nanoscale structures and devices. Remarkably, synthetic DNA systems can be programmed to self-assem
ndergraduates (REU) and Research Experience for Teachers (RET) sites at San Jose State University for the summers of 2006-2008. The p
derstanding of the degree to which van der Waals interactions may ultimately limit the performance of photonic-atom chips. At the same time
 lies in how they are constructed. Plants and animals grow from the inside out, often from a single cell to an organism containing billions of c




 forum for discussion and presentation of the latest results in the area of heat transfer and transport phenomena occurring at very small time
als from inorganic or organic building blocks. These efforts have led to numerous new inorganic and organic materials with length scales gen
ering community. The focus of this Conference will include important core areas of Biochemical Engineering (fermentation/cell culture and d




pported by Divisions of Chemistry (MPS), Biological Infrastructure (BIO) and International Office (SBE), and this proposal was submitted in r




hile maintaining a core representation from the areas of Dynamics and Controls. Many of the presentations will focus on new emerging resea
ances in nanomaterials to be held in Romania during the week of Sept. 30, 2002. The challenges and issues with the science and applicatio
adsorption nanolithography (SCAN).\" In the first step
dergraduate Course
workshop entitled in \Directed Self-Assembly and Self-Organization\" on the UCSB campus January 12-14
 immobilization since the bottleneck of nanotechnology is the ability to immobilize proteins or biomolecules on the micro-or nanometer scale.
and Computational Chemistry Program and the MPS Office of Multidisciplinary Activities to develop chemically derivatized Scanning Tunne
 y, and by their intrinsic scientific interest as model systems for self-assembling complex fluids, a systematic program of theoretical investig
 ic, and catalytic properties of supported metal cluster catalysts during reaction. Specifically, small clusters of Ir and Rh will be obtained by de
um Limit. This new research program focuses on reduced-dimensional heat flow and thermal equilibration in nanostructures. The in
  tudents and faculty throughout the state. Access for students from large introductory laboratories is being provided through a computer work




s in Nanotechnology: Robotic Assembly of Functional Nanostructures        Control over the structure of matter at the nanometer scale may re
tion and characterization tools to enable and improve novel, emerging silicon nanoparticle memory and logic devices. These devices exploi
ve new phenomena which emerge when electrons are so tightly confined in one or more directions that their motion in these directions is qua




. The motivation of the project came from the observation of the energy cycle from \nature\" - energy in the form of light coming from sun as




nanopatterns that could be transferred to underlying substrates. An assisted self-assembly scheme is proposed whereby the edges of region
ects, nanotechnology in particular. It is a planning effort for piloting a \bottom-up\" approach to interdisciplinary teaching and learning in this fi
f the most fundamental issues in transport in molecular wires that can have impact on the development of molecular electronics. Issues that
trical, thermal, and optical properties of dense material by introducing nanoscale pores. The new nanoporous media could be used in variou




oduction of a series of films on micro-electro-mechanical systems and nanotechnology. The intellectual merit of the project is in the rapidly-




ms can be programmed to self-assemble into complex objects implementing dynamic mechanical tasks by appropriately designing the sequ
for the summers of 2006-2008. The program director is Joseph Pesek. Eight students and two high school teachers each year will do state-
photonic-atom chips. At the same time, we will improve our ability to fabricate devices with a high degree of integration between the photonic
 to an organism containing billions of cells, each of which is built from molecular components that are manufactured with atomic precision wit




enomena occurring at very small time or length scales. This conference will provide an opportunity to share the knowledge in the areas of m
rganic materials with length scales generally in the 1-10 nm range (1,000,000nm=1mm). Biology offers a special opportunity to develop new
eering (fermentation/cell culture and downstream process development) as well as exciting new frontiers of Biochemical Engineering (nanot




), and this proposal was submitted in response to the solicitation \Nanoscale Science and Engineering\" (NSF 01-157). With this award




ions will focus on new emerging research areas of key significance. These new areas share in common the fact the dynamics and control th
 issues with the science and application of nanotechnology will be identified and discussed along with identification of emerging areas requir
ules on the micro-or nanometer scale. Physical Optics corporation (POC) proposes to utilize the optical trapping of latex particles for immuno
hemically derivatized Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) probe tips. The goals of this research a
 ematic program of theoretical investigations will be undertaken on a number of topics involving self-assembled block copolymer nanostruct
 ters of Ir and Rh will be obtained by decomposition of organometallic precursors supported on magnesia, alumina and NaY zeolite. They wi
 uilibration in nanostructures. The investigators have developed new techniques for the surface nanomachining of suspended semicon
eing provided through a computer workstation facility. Students from smaller advanced classes, and other campuses, can access the SPM d




 matter at the nanometer scale may revolutionize science and technology, depending on the extent to which nanostructures can be assemb
 d logic devices. These devices exploit common approaches for particle synthesis, manipulation, interface passivation and electrical and op
r motion in these directions is quantized. Such confinement is realized both in artificial nanostructures, such as quantum dots, and in comple




form of light coming from sun assists the photosynthesis process in green plants that convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose. Anima




osed whereby the edges of regions defined by optical lithography serve to register and template the order. Emphasis will be placed on unde
ary teaching and learning in this field. Nanotechnology requires very broad knowledge of all basic sciences and many different engineering d
molecular electronics. Issues that will be studied include: (1) current-induced forces; (2) local heating and heating dissipation; (3) shot noise;
ous media could be used in various applications including (1) thermoelectric conversion devices, (2) high temperature fuel cells, (3) thermal b




erit of the project is in the rapidly-expanding field of nanotechnology that has applications in many scientific and technical fields. The broade




 appropriately designing the sequence of bases (A,C,G and T) comprising the constituent DNA strands. When mixed, the strands \hybridize\
l teachers each year will do state-of-the-art research at the IBM Almaden Research lab, working on collaborative projects with San Jose Stat
f integration between the photonic and atom-trapping \layers.\" Photonic-atom chips are a leading candidate for a technology platform to ena
factured with atomic precision within the cell. In contrast, mankind's greatest engineering marvels, such as airplanes and skyscrapers and c




e the knowledge in the areas of microscale thermophysics and transport which are key to a variety of rapidly emerging areas such as nanote
pecial opportunity to develop new materials on the next larger length scale. Because of their scale and composition, biological macromolecu
f Biochemical Engineering (nanotechnologies, the \omics\" of proteomics




SF 01-157). With this award




e fact the dynamics and control theory and methods provide the appropriate framework for the understanding of the corresponding phenome
ification of emerging areas requiring research and analysis. The specific intersection between areas is to be covered, such as quantum mec
pping of latex particles for immunoassay applications. The novelty of the proposed concept is to apply particle trapping capabilities in order t
 tips. The goals of this research are to: 1) to attach high-aspect adducts to the tip; and 2) to attach specific chemical moieties. At the pres
mbled block copolymer nanostructures using statistical mechanical techniques. Some of these topics deal with phenomenologies that are e
alumina and NaY zeolite. They will be characterized gravimetrically, and with EXAFS/XANES, UV Laser Raman, and IR Spectroscopies, whi
 machining of suspended semiconductor structures that enable the construction of miniature, thermally-isolated devices. These posses
 ampuses, can access the SPM directly through onsite visitations. Remote access is being provided through the existing Integrated Services




 h nanostructures can be assembled for specific functions. The thrust of this project is the development of a process for producing functiona
 passivation and electrical and optical characterization of ordered, passivated arrays of size-classified silicon nanoparticles which are integr
ections is quantized. Such confinement is realized both in artificial nanostructures, such as quantum dots, and in complex materials, such as




 from sun assists the photosynthesis process in green plants that convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose. Animals take green plant a




ges of regions defined by optical lithography serve to register and template the order. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the orderin
ning in this field. Nanotechnology requires very broad knowledge of all basic sciences and many different engineering disciplines
. Issues that will be studied include: (1) current-induced forces; (2) local heating and heating dissipation; (3) shot noise; and, (4) interference
used in various applications including (1) thermoelectric conversion devices, (2) high temperature fuel cells, (3) thermal barrier coatings, as w




n the rapidly-expanding field of nanotechnology that has applications in many scientific and technical fields. The broader impact is in the pote




 ing the sequence of bases (A,C,G and T) comprising the constituent DNA strands. When mixed, the strands \hybridize\" in prescribed ways
will do state-of-the-art research at the IBM Almaden Research lab, working on collaborative projects with San Jose State faculty. The partici
n the photonic and atom-trapping \layers.\" Photonic-atom chips are a leading candidate for a technology platform to enable scalable and rob
 precision within the cell. In contrast, mankind's greatest engineering marvels, such as airplanes and skyscrapers and computers, are put to




 e areas of microscale thermophysics and transport which are key to a variety of rapidly emerging areas such as nanotechnology, biotechnol
develop new materials on the next larger length scale. Because of their scale and composition, biological macromolecules could be especia
eering (nanotechnologies, the \omics\" of proteomics




and control theory and methods provide the appropriate framework for the understanding of the corresponding phenomena, while at the sam
 areas requiring research and analysis. The specific intersection between areas is to be covered, such as quantum mechanics and biology,
es for immunoassay applications. The novelty of the proposed concept is to apply particle trapping capabilities in order to manipulate and de
 is research are to: 1) to attach high-aspect adducts to the tip; and 2) to attach specific chemical moieties. At the present time users who w
er nanostructures using statistical mechanical techniques. Some of these topics deal with phenomenologies that are expected to apply to a
 lite. They will be characterized gravimetrically, and with EXAFS/XANES, UV Laser Raman, and IR Spectroscopies, while catalyzing the hyd
 ded semiconductor structures that enable the construction of miniature, thermally-isolated devices. These possess integral transduce
 s the SPM directly through onsite visitations. Remote access is being provided through the existing Integrated Services Digital Network and




n be assembled for specific functions. The thrust of this project is the development of a process for producing functional nanostructures. Th
ctrical and optical characterization of ordered, passivated arrays of size-classified silicon nanoparticles which are integrated into larger devi
nd in complex materials, such as carbon nanotubes and cuprate superconductors. The research will focus on three areas. The first research




ucose. Animals take green plant as the food for glucose support and in the aerobic respiration process




 ced on understanding the ordering and disordering processes in melts of both single layer and multilayer films of spherical domain block cop
ngineering disciplines
3) shot noise; and, (4) interference effects at the molecule-leads contact. The work will proceed in concert with experimental studies of leadi
 (3) thermal barrier coatings, as well as (4) energy efficiency of integrated circuits and (5) manufacturing of optoelectronic systems. Novel m




 The broader impact is in the potential to reach many students in technical and engineering programs, and in the project's deliberate outreac




ds \hybridize\" in prescribed ways by forming \"base-pairs\" between complementary bases (A with T
an Jose State faculty. The participants will have an opportunity to experience the challenges of a lab where current technologies (photoresis
 atform to enable scalable and robust quantum communication networks
crapers and computers, are put together from the outside in, with components being manufactured in factories and assembled piece by piece




ch as nanotechnology, biotechnology and microelectromechanical system (MEMS) development. The conference will provide the forum for a
macromolecules could be especially suited to designing materials for biological applications. Exciting progress has been reported recently in
ing phenomena, while at the same time providing many of the tools necessary for their application to relevant technologies. Examples of the
quantum mechanics and biology, nanoparticles in polymers, electronics and biology, and their interactions.
  ies in order to manipulate and deposit single or plural latex particles (coated with a reagent) for clinical or biomedical sensing applications. B
  . At the present time users who want near-atomic resolution depend essentially on luck to produce good tips. The ability to attach high-a
 es that are expected to apply to a large class of amphiphilic systems, while others are unique to block copolymers. The thermo-mechanic
oscopies, while catalyzing the hydrogenation of either propene, toluene or benzaldehyde. In addition, the catalysts will be characterized ex-si
ese possess integral transducers permitting the local introduction of heat, and local temperature measurements. Coupling these w
 ted Services Digital Network and can also be provided through a new broad bandwidth network. On campus, the new facility is anchoring g




cing functional nanostructures. The process is based on manipulation of colloidal nanoparticles with an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) und
 ch are integrated into larger device structures. Device structures to be addressed in this project include: a nonvolatile memory based on dis
on three areas. The first research area concerns the strong electronic interactions in small \artificial atom\" quantum dots and in single-mole




ms of spherical domain block copolymers and their belends with homopolymers in such regions. While most experiments will use locally fla
with experimental studies of leading groups in the field. The goal of the educational component is to integrate the research activities into und
optoelectronic systems. Novel manufacturing processes and characterization techniques of nanoporous materials will be developed along w




in the project's deliberate outreach to women and minorities under-represented in technological fields.
e current technologies (photoresists, semiconductors, storage devices and media, nanotechnology) are being improved and new ones are be
ies and assembled piece by piece. This distinction is often referred to as \bottom-up\" vs \"top-down\" assembly in the biological \"bottom-u




erence will provide the forum for an exchange of ideas, results, and industrial needs in the area of thermal phenomena associated with micro
ress has been reported recently in the use of DNA to direct the assembly of nanomaterials, but a general method for using proteins to direct
ant technologies. Examples of these opportunities include the areas of systems biology, quantum feedback and control, fluid dynamics, and c
 iomedical sensing applications. By doing this, a single antibody-coated particle (0.1 - 10 micrograms in diameter) can itself become an imm
 tips. The ability to attach high-aspect adducts will make it possible to obtain near-atomic resolution reliably and reproducibly. The ability t
polymers. The thermo-mechanical properties of ordered nanostructures of block copolymers will be studied. By including mechanical stre
atalysts will be characterized ex-situ by the same techniques and by hydrogen chemisorption, TPD, TPR, and STM. The results will help rela
measurements. Coupling these with high sensitivity dc SQUID-based methods for electron thermometry at millikelvin temperatures is ultima
pus, the new facility is anchoring general and advanced microscopy courses, supporting interdisaiplinary science instruction in introductory a




 mic Force Microscope (AFM) under program control. This process can be used by itself or to complement others, for example to modify a
a nonvolatile memory based on discrete charge storage on the nanoparticle floating gate of a field-effect transistor, and a silicon nanoparticl
 quantum dots and in single-molecule devices. The principal investigator (PI) will study interaction effects on multiple coupled spin and charg




ost experiments will use locally flat substrates with sharp edge structures, the equilibrium order on surfaces with Gaussian curvature (positive
ate the research activities into undergraduate and graduate education with the development of a new course: \Career Development for Physi
materials will be developed along with experimentally validated models for their thermophysical and optical properties. The research is unique
ng improved and new ones are being invented. The students and teachers will interact with other undergraduate interns, with postdoctoral re
embly in the biological \"bottom-up\" approach




phenomena associated with microstructures and microsystems. This 5 day conference will be held in Banff, Canada in mid October 2000. P
method for using proteins to direct the assembly of nanomaterials has not emerged yet. The present project will explore and develop a new a
and control, fluid dynamics, and control applications in nanotechnology. The importance of these emerging areas in the current research age
 meter) can itself become an immunosensor. For a group of particles, a laser device with a scanning mechanism can rapidly align and organ
bly and reproducibly. The ability to attach specific chemical moieties would lead to a mechanism for chemical contrast. Preliminary calcul
ed. By including mechanical stress or strain, a new dimension is added to the study of self-assembling complex fluids. Focus will be on va
nd STM. The results will help relate catalytic properties with cluster qize, structure and composition. The data from clusters supported on d
 t millikelvin temperatures is ultimately expected to yield sensitivity sufficient for exploration of energy exchange processes involving indiv
ience instruction in introductory and advanced science laboratories, and facilitating interdisciplinary research projects. The campus is acting




 others, for example to modify a regular array of particles laid down by self-assembly or to construct a template for self-assembly. The prim
ansistor, and a silicon nanoparticle-based implementation for a cellular automata wire/logic gate, in which information is propagated by cell-
study interaction effects on multiple coupled spin and charge degrees of freedom in quantum dot systems




uilibrium order on surfaces with Gaussian curvature (positive and negative) will be explored as well. Assisted self-assembly is also expected
evelopment of a new course: \Career Development for Physicists.\" This course will give undergraduates and graduate students an apprecia
ermophysical and optical properties. The research is unique in that it explores integration of recent advances in nanotechnology and transpo
teract with other undergraduate interns, with postdoctoral researchers from around the world, with IBM scientists and with SJSU professors i
erence will be held in Banff, Canada in mid October 2000. Papers presented in this conference will be accepted based on abstract reviews. A
ed yet. The present project will explore and develop a new approach to protein design in which novel proteins are created by fusing together
ortance of these emerging areas in the current research agenda in science and technology means that a unique opportunity exists to drastic
 vice with a scanning mechanism can rapidly align and organize a group of particles into any desired spatial pattern and dimension. As a res
d to a mechanism for chemical contrast. Preliminary calculations indicate that an AFM has sufficient sensitivity to detect an interaction we
study of self-assembling complex fluids. Focus will be on various thermo-mechanical instabilities and phase transitions that occur when an
 re and composition. The data from clusters supported on different carriers will provide relationships between catalytic and electronic propert
  exploration of energy exchange processes involving individual quanta. Single- phonon phenomena, with analogs in classical and quantum
ng interdisciplinary research projects. The campus is acting as a hub for SPM activity and as a gateway to other remote-access core microsc




mbly or to construct a template for self-assembly. The primary application motivating this project is fabrication of an information storage d
a wire/logic gate, in which information is propagated by cell-cell electrostatic interactions rather than by current flow. The nanoparticle engin
ed self-assembly is also expected to work for cylindrical domain block copolymer films with cylinders normal to the film surface. Here contro
nd graduate students an appreciation of the new career possibilities other than the academic one. Also
es in nanotechnology and transport phenomena to the synthesis and characterization of nanoporous materials. It is multidisciplinary in natu
ntists and with SJSU professors in the environment of one of the premier technology labs in the world. They gain insight into the teamwork a
pted based on abstract reviews. A call for papers for the conference has been disseminated throughout the world, soliciting abstracts of pap
ns are created by fusing together various natural oligomeric protein components. When the separate protein components are fused togethe
nique opportunity exists to drastically extend the scope and impact of dynamics and control methods far beyond their traditional areas of app
   pattern and dimension. As a result of this well-defined deposition technique, microsensing elements can be fabricated with extreme accura
 itivity to detect an interaction weaker than a single hydrogen bond. The development of nanotechnology requires the ability to create and
se transitions that occur when an ordered nanostructure is subjected to anisotropic stress or strain. Some of these instabilities and transitio
en catalytic and electronic properties and other support-induced effects. The fundamental properties to be determined from these quasi-mol
h analogs in classical and quantum optics, should become observable. Intriguing possibilities include phonon shot noise, phonon bunch
other remote-access core microscopy facilities being developed. Specially developed mini-courses (e.g., nanotechnology or cell biology), usi




cation of an information storage device, the nanoCD, in which digital information is encoded in patterns of nanoparticles. However, the res
rrent flow. The nanoparticle engineering and assembly methods developed in this program may enable the first realization of a cellular auto
al to the film surface. Here controlling they cylinder orientation (with electric fi
rials. It is multidisciplinary in nature and involves multiscale manufacturing a
y gain insight into the teamwork and decision-making inherent in industrial research. They will gain
e world, soliciting abstracts of papers to be considered for presentation at the conference.
in components are fused together under certain geometric rules, the newly designed prot
eyond their traditional areas of application in engineering.
be fabricated with extreme accuracy, sensitivity, and high multiplexit
equires the ability to create and analyze structures with atomic preci
  of these instabilities and transitions are unique to ordered block copolyme
 determined from these quasi-molecular catalysts will serve to accelerate the de
 honon shot noise, phonon bunching, anticorrelated electron- phonon rel
anotechnology or cell biology), using SPM technology, are being provided for science teac




 nanoparticles. However, the resulting processes will be generic and will
e first realization of a cellular automata logic gate capable of r

								
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