Applications of Physics in Nanoscience and NanoelectronicsAbstract: Many current research thrusts in nanoscience and nanoengineering depend on fields including physics, chemistry, and biology. The role of physics in several current research thrusts in nanoscience and nanoengineering is emphasized in this talk. Examples include: application of semiconductor quantum dots in biological application as well as in nano-optics; the use of DNA molecules as the active elements in nanosensors; piezoelectric interactions in nanowires; and phonons in nanostructures.
byMichael StroscioRichard and Loan Hill ProfessorDepartments of Bioengineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and PhysicsUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
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