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Nanotech 2003 Vol. 3
Nanotech 2003 Vol. 3
Technical Proceedings of the 2003 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 3

Chapter 7:

Nano Devices and Systems

-Molecular Wires and Logic Circuits Integration in a Single Molecule?
 C. Joachim
-Nanoscience and Nanotechnology:Two New Exciting Fields for Future Display Applications
 Z. Yaniv
 Applied Nanotech, Inc., US
-Carbon Nanofiber-Based Electrode Interface to Microbial Biofilms
 T.E. McKnight, A.V. Melechko, M.A. Guillorn, V.I. Merkulov, J.T. Fleming, D.K. Hensley, E. Hullander, J. McPherson, D. Nivens, G.S. Sayler, D.H. Lowndes and M.L. Simpson
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
-Electron Field Emission Properties of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes: Modeling and Simulations
 A. Buldum and J.P. Lu
 The University of Akron, US
-Electrical Characterization of Polyaniline/Polyethylene Oxide Nanofibers for Field Effect Transistors
 C.H. Mueller, N. Theofylaktos, N.J. Pinto, D.C. Robinson and F.A. Miranda
 Analex Corporation, US
-Carrier and Phonon Spectrum in Quantum Dot Superlattices for Optoelectronic and Thermoelectric Applications
 O.L. Lazarenkova and A.A. Balandin
 University of California - Riverside, US
-Novel Random Number Generators Based on Si Nanodevices for Mobile Communication Security Systems
 S. Fujita, K. Uchida, S. Yasuda, R. Ohba and T. Tanamoto
 Toshiba Corp, JP
-Nano-Electronic Sensors - Practical Device Designs for Sensors
 J.R. Stetter, K. Bradley, J. Cumings, J-C Gabriel, G. Gruner and A. Star
 Nanomix, US
-Single-molecule Fluorescence and Force Microscopy Employing Carbon Nanotubes
 L.A. Wade, I. Shapiro, Z. Ma, S.R. Quake, C.P. Collier
 California Institute of Technology, US
-An Improved Single-Electron-Transistor Model for SPICE Application
 Y-L Wu and S-T Lin
 National Chi-Nan University, TW
-High Order Parametric Resonance and Nonlinear Mechanics of Nanowires: Techniques and Experiments
 M-F Yu and G.J. Wagner
 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
-Multi-Tunnel-Junction Memory : Analyses of Feasibility for Non-Volatile Memory Applications
 C. Le Royer, G. Le Carval and M. Sanquer
-Self-Heating Effects in GaN/AlGaN Heterostructure Field-Effect Transistors and Device Structure Optimization
 K.A. Filippov and A.A. Balandin
 University of California, Riverside, US
-CB Nanosensors
 N.L. Jarvis, A.W. Snow, H. Wohltjen and R.R. Smardzewski
 Edgewood Chemical & Biological Center, US
-Nano-sensors Based on Nanotubes: Deformed-nanotubes transport
 A.A. Farajian, B.I. Yakobson, H. Mizuseki and Y. Kawazoe
 Tohoku University, JP
-Nanoelectronic Devices Constructed Using Individual Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofibers
 X. Yang, D.W. Austin, M.A. Guillorn, V.I. Merkulov, A.V. Melechko, D.H. Lowndes and M.L. Simpson
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
-Electron Sources for Massively Parallel Electron Beam Lithography System using Single Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Cathodes
 M.A. Guillorn, J.H. Whealton, L.R. Baylor, A.V. Melechko, V.I. Merkulov, D.K. Hensley, M.D. Hale, R.J. Kasica, D.H. Lowndes and M.L. Simpson
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
-Mechanical and Semiconductor Properties of Nanophase Amorphic Diamond Coatings for High Power Electronics
 F. Davanloo, C.B. Collins and F.J. Agee
 University of Texas at Dallas, US
-Low Temperature Electronic Properties of Electrospun PAN-Derived Carbon Nanofiber
 Y. Wang and J.J. Santiago-Aviles
 University of Pennsylvania, US
-Magnetic Antidot Arrays with a Storage Density of 10 Gbits/cm2
 Z.L. Xiao, C.Y. Han, U. Welp, H.H. Wang, G.A. Willing, V.K. Vlasko-Vlasov, W.K. Kwok, D.J. Miller, J.M. Hiller, R.E. Cook and G.W. Crabtree
 Argonne National Laboratory, US
-Bio-inspired Integrated Circuits for Signal Perception and Processing
 H.S. Abdel-Aty-Zohdy and R.L. Ewing
 Oakland University, US
-Growth of InAs Quantum Dots Using the Strained Superlattices and Their Optical Properties
 J-Y Leem, H-K Choi, M.H. Jeon, J.W. Lee and G.S. Cho
 Department of Optical Engineering, KR
-High Resolution Compton Imaging of Nanostructures
 J. Wang and K. Kim
 UMass Dartmouth, US
-Nanoscale Activated Field on Cermic Electret In Pseudobiological Environment
 S. Nakamura, M. Ueshima, T. Kobayashi and K. Yamashita
 Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JP
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