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Displaying CNST Group Seminars from July 01, 2014 To September 29, 2014 - See All 2014

Hybrid Interactions in Plasmonic and Molecular Systems Resulting in Fano Resonances and Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption (SEIRA)
July 3, 2014

One of the fundamental properties of nanophotonics research is the electromagnetic interaction of different systems at the nanoscale. When the … more

Nano-Materials and Devices for Beyond CMOS Applications
July 11, 2014

Transistor scaling to increase device density and performance has enabled the advancement of integrated circuit technology. As scaling becomes more … more

Physics and Applications of Plasmonic Metamaterials: From Terahertz to the Ultraviolet
July 28, 2014

The field of plasmonics and metamaterials deals with the interaction of light with metallic or metallo-dielectric structures on a … more

High Throughput Second Order Nonlinear Optical Imaging and High Frame-Rate Lissajous Scanned Imaging
July 28, 2014

Active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are typically required to be sufficiently hydrophobic to pass through lipid membranes and ultimately reach … more

An Overview of Microwave‐assisted Techniques as Related to the Synthesis Nanomaterials, and the Associated Benefits of Very Accurate Temperature and Microwave Power Control
July 29, 2014

In recent years the synthesis of nanomaterials has become a major topic in scientific research. In different chemical disciplines numerous methods … more

High-Density Micro Electrodes for Stable Interfaces with Brain and Peripheral Nervous System
July 30, 2014

Multielectrode arrays are an essential tool in experimental and clinical neuroscience, yet current designs are severely limited by a mismatch … more

An Electron Spin Resonance Analysis of Metal Histidine Coordination In Amyloid-beta
August 4, 2014

In this work Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy is used to gain more insight into less explored aspects of Cu(II) coordination in … more

Electrostatics at the Membrane/Peptide Interface: Utilizing pH Sensitive Spin Labels to Probe the Bilayer Interior
August 13, 2014

Polarity, electric potentials, and hydration are the major physico-chemical characteristics of lipid membranes that govern membrane-protein and … more

Emergent Optical Phenomena in Disordered Nanoparticles: Quadrupole Enhanced Raman Scattering (QERS) and Strong Optical Magnetic Plasmons
August 18, 2014

The rule of thumb in the design of plasmonic nano-antennae and waveguides is to fabricate, or to synthesize nanostructures with perfect shapes and … more

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