NSTI Nanotech 2009

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Symposium Chairs

Wolfgang Bacsa Wolfgang Bacsa
Professor
University of Toulouse, France
Clayton Teague Clayton Teague
Director
Federal National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO), USA
Robert Hauge Robert Hauge
Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Chemistry
Rice University


Confimed Invited Speakers

Rodney Ruoff Rodney Ruoff
Professor
Cockrell Family Regents Chair VII
University of Texas at Austin
Ray Baughman Ray Baughman
Professor
University of Texas - Dallas
Junichiro Kono Junichiro Kono
Associate Professor
Rice University
Ed Billups Ed Billups
Professor
Rice University
Jie Liu Jie Liu
Associate Professor
Duke University
Philippe Serp Philippe Serp
Professor
University of Toulouse, France

Symposium Sessions

 

Monday May 4

8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnect
10:30 NanoFab: Carbon Nano Structures: CNT Deposition & Assembly
1:00 CNT: Composite Design, Characterization & Modeling: Lockheed Martin Symposium
3:30 CNT: Synthesis, Separation & Application: Lockheed Martin Symposium
 

Tuesday May 5

8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnect
11:00 Carbon Nano Structures: Growth
4:00 POSTERS
 Carbon Nano Structures
 

Wednesday May 6

8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnect
8:30 Keynote Panel: The Future of Energy
10:30 Carbon Nano Structures: High performance materials
1:30 POSTERS
 Carbon Nano Structures
3:30 Carbon Nano Structures: Growth, Functionalization and Nanocomposites
 

Thursday May 7

8:30 Carbon Nano Structures: Properties and Applications
 

Symposium Program

 

Monday May 4

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8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnectTheater AB
 Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI and Patti Glaza, CTSI
8:00 The Nanotech Revolution in Renewable Energy
D. Arvizu - Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), U.S. Department of Energy, US (bio)
8:30 Nanotechnology and the Obama Administration
T. Kalil, Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House, US
9:00 Innovation for a Secure Future
R. Johnson - CTO, Lockheed Martin, US (bio)
9:30 The Next Big Thing is Really Small
R.J. Kumpf - CAO, Bayer Material Science, US (bio)
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10:30 NanoFab: Carbon Nano Structures: CNT Deposition & AssemblyRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Aaron Stein, Brookhaven National Lab, US
10:30 Dissymetric metal deposition on carbon nanotubes
C. Warakulwit, M.-H. Delville, V. Ravaine, J. Limtrakul, A. Kuhn, University of Bordeaux, FR
10:50 Overview of Solid Phase Synthesized Carbon Nano Tube; Revealing of the Regional Affects
K.C. Nguyen, K.C. Nguyen, D.V. Nguyen, T.N.M. Anh, N.N. Thy, T.H. Phat, T.L. Hieu, Saigon Hi Tech Park, VN
11:10 Self Aligned Multi-Layer Nano-Gap Electrodes for Fluidic and Magnetic Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes
J.S. Shim, Y-H Yun, M.J. Schulz, C.H. Ahn, University of Cincinnati, US
11:30 Tunable Thermal Conductivity of CNT Assembly
A.E. Aliev, University of Texas at Dallas, US
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1:00 CNT: Composite Design, Characterization & Modeling: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Tushar Shah, Lockheed Martin, US
1:00 From a single carbon nanotube to an entangled network of bundles: Mesoscopic simulations of CNT films and nanocomposite materials
A.N. Volkov, W. Jacobs, L.V. Zhigilei, University of Virginia, US
1:15 Industrial Multi-scale Modeling of Polymer - CNT Nanocomposites
L. Adam, K. Delaere, J.-S. Gérard, R. Assaker, I. Doghri, e-Xstream engineering, BE
1:30 Effects of specimen size and geometry on dispersion quality and properties of single-walled carbon nanotube/epoxy composite films
B. Ashrafi, Y. Martinez-Rubi, V. Mirjalili, B. Simard, Y. Zhang, A. Johnston, National Research Council of Canada, CA
1:45 Multiscale Modeling of Nano-Reinforced Composite Interfaces
J.M. Wernik, S.A. Meguid, Univeristy of Toronto, CA
2:00 Large-scale quantum simulations of carbon nanotubes
A. Blom, K. Stokbro, QuantumWise A/S, DK
2:15 High Performance Polymer Nanocomposites
S. Arzberger, R. Baughman, Composite Technology Development, US
2:30 Improved fracture toughness of carbon fiber composite functionalized with multi walled carbon nanotubes
K.L. Kepple, G.P. Sanborn, P.A. Lacasse, K.M. Gruenberg, W.J. Ready*, Georgia Tech, US
2:45 Carbon nanofibers as interconnects in CMOS technology
J.R. Jameson, F. Madriz, T. Yamada, C.Y. Yang, Santa Clara University, US
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3:30 CNT: Synthesis, Separation & Application: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Steve Winzer, Lockheed Martin, US
3:30 EMI Shielding
D. Lashmore, T. VanVechten, M. White, B. White, Nanocomp Technologies Inc., US
3:45 Loading Specific Layer-by-layer Fabrication of Single Wall Carbon Nano Tubes (SWNTs) Reinforced Polymer Composites for Near Net Shape Manufacturing
B. Parekh, W. Jiang, M. Benamara, A.P. Malshe, M. Chhowalla, NanoMech LLC, US
4:00 New Results in Chirality Sorting of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation
S. Ghosh, R.B. Weisman, Rice University, US
4:15 High Concentration Nanotube Composites Utilizing Preformed Nanotube Sheet and Buckypaper for High Mechanical Performance and Electrical Conductivity Applications
B. Wang, R. Liang, C. Zhang, Florida State University, US
4:30 Highly Organized Large Scale Assembly of SWNT Architectures
B. Li, N-G. Cha, X. Xiong, Y.J. Jung, A. Busnaina, S. Somu, Northeastern University, US
4:45 Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes: Chirality Control, Capacity, Commercial Readiness
R. Jansen, P. Wallis, Southwest Nanotechnologies, US
5:00 Electronic-grade Aqueous Dispersions of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes
K. Edwards, W. Shih, M. Stroder, Brewer Science, Inc., US
5:15 Versatile Carbon Nanotube Coatings for ESD, Photovoltaics, and EMI Shielding
P.J. Glatkowski, M.J. O’Connell, E.P. Turevskaya, D.A. Britz, Eikos Inc, US
5:30 Large Scale Processing of Carbon Nanotubes Using Microfluidizer® High Shear Fluid Processors Dispersion/deagglomeration - Conductivity of polymer composites - Length –Purification - Functionalization
H. Panagiotou, Microfluidics Intl, US
5:45 SWNT Separation by Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation
D. Leven, NanoIntegris, US
 

Tuesday May 5

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8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnectTheater AB
 Session chair: Jeff Moseley, Greater Houston Partnership, Shushana Castle, Clinton Global Initiative Member/Millennium Water Alliance, US
8:00 Welcome TechConnect World to Houston
J. Moseley, Greater Houston Partnership, US
8:15 Can Uncle Sam Cure What Ails Clean Tech?
P. Dickerson, HaynesBoone, former COO Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, DOE, US (bio)
8:45 Welcome to Houston
B. White, City of Houston, Mayor, US
9:00 Flying into the Future: Continental’s Commitment to the Environment
L. Kellner, Continental Airlines, CEO, US (bio)
9:30 RUSNANO: Driving the Nanotech Industry Growth
A. Chubais, RUSNANO, CEO, RU
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11:00 Carbon Nano Structures: GrowthRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, University of Toulouse & Robert Hauge, Rice University, US
11:00 Selective growth of well aligned semiconducting single-walled carbon
L. Ding, A. Tselev, D. Yuan, T.P. McNicholas, J. Liu, Duke University, US
11:30 Chirality Separation of single walled carbon nanotube using microfluidic
C.S. Han, D-H Shin, J-E Kim, H-C Shim, J-M Kang, S-H Baek, Korea Insitute of Machinery & Materials, KR
11:50 Controlled growth and electrical characterization of bent single-walled carbon nanotubes
J. Huang, W.B. Choi, Florida International University, US
12:10 Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials
W.E. Billups, F. Liang, J. Chattopadhyay, A.K. Sadana, S. Chakraborty, A. Mukherjee, Rice University, US
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4:00 POSTERSExpo Hall
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Carbon Nano StructuresExpo Hall
- 3D Porous Electrodes Based on Pyrolyzed Carbon for Miniature Biofuel Cell
V. Penmatsa, J.H. Yang, Y. Yu, C. Wang, Florida International University, US
- Aligned Carbon Nanotube Films by Lyophilization
M.J. Kayatin, V.A. Davis, Auburn University, US
- Transparent film sensor for strain measurement using carbon nanotube networks
W.-S. Chang, S.-A. Song, J.-H. Kim, J.-W. Kim, H.-C. Lee, C.S. Han, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, KR
- Concentric pad and CGI (CNT-Gold Island) System for Sensitive CMOS Bio-Chips
S.M. Seo, J-H Cheon, H.J. Kwon, J.W. Ko, T.J. Kang, Y.H. Kim, Y.J. Park, Seoul National University, KR
- Design and Fabrication of Electromechanical Tweezers based on CNT Ropes
A. RAslan, S. Basrour, H. Le Poche, CEA-LETI,Minatec, FR
- Rapid Acetylene and Water Vapor Cycling for Length-Controlled Layered Growth of Vertically Aligned Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes
C.L. Pint, A.N.G. Parra-Vasquez, N. Alvarez, M. Pasquali, R.H. Hauge, Rice University, US
- Synthesis of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Using Cobalt Grafted in MCM-41 as Catalyst
L.F. Giraldo, B.L. López, G.L. Haller, Universidad de Antioquia, CO
- Adsorption of Pb2+ using platinum and ruthenium on carbon nanotubes
J.A. Azpeitia, A. Zepeda, L. Torres, Y. Verde, Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun, MX
- Pt-Ru nanoparticles Supported on MWCNT as PEM fuel cell Electrocatalysts
A.M. Valenzuela-Muñiz, G. Alonso-Nuñez, M. Miki-Yoshida, G.G. Botte, Y. Verde, Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados S.C., MX
- Vertical Alignment and Three-Dimensional Networks of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
S.K. Kim, T.J. Lee, J. Seo, H. Lee, P.S. Weiss, Hanyang University, KR
- Electromechanical Resonant Properties of Ordered Carbon Nanotube Arrays
V.V. Barkaline, P.A. Zhuchak, Belarussian National Technical University, BY
- Vertical Alignment and Three-Dimensional Networks of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
T.J. Lee, J. Seo, S.K. Kim, H. Lee, P.S. Weise, Hanyang University, KR
- Electron Hopping Process in SWCNT-Mediated Redox Reaction: An Evidence Observed by DFT Theory
T. Nongnual, S. Choomwattana, S. Nokbin, P. Khongpracha, J. Limtrakul, Laboratory for Computational and Applied Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Division, TH
 

Wednesday May 6

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8:00 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech & TechConnectTheater AB
 Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
8:00 Energy in the 21st Century: Muir, Patton, and Gandhi
R. James Woolsey, VantagePoint Venture Partners, US (bio)
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8:30 Keynote Panel: The Future of EnergyTheater AB
 Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
- D. Beneby, Exelon, President, Exelon Power, US
- M. Kapner, Austin Energy, US
- C. Frasier, Shell, VP Americas, US (bio)
- M. Simmons, Simmons & Company, US
- J. Renaud, GE Ecomagination, US
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10:30 Carbon Nano Structures: High performance materialsRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, University of Toulouse & Robert Hauge, Rice University
10:30 Giant Stroke, Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles
A. Aliev, J. Oh, M. Kozlov, A. Kuznetsov, S. Fang, A. Fonseca, R. Robles, M. Lima, M. Haque, Y. Gartstein, M. Zhang, A. Zakhidov and R. Baughman, University of Texas at Dallas, US (bio)
11:00 Towards SWCNT-based high performance materials
B. Simard, C. Kingston, Y. Matinez-Rubi, J. Guan, R. Anderson, S. Denommee, D. Ruth, M. Barnes, H. Dayan, National Research Council Canada, CA
11:20 Fabrication Processes and Multi-functional Properties of Carbon Nanotube/Inorganic Nanocomposites
S.H. Hong, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KR
11:40 Position control of graphene nanocutting for its electronic applications
L. Ci, L. Song, D. Jariwala, A.-L. Elias, P.M. Ajayan, Rice University, US
12:00 Adjusting the electron transport of graphene structures
E.K. Athanassiou, F.M. Koehler, R.N. Grass, W.J. Stark, Istitute for Chemical and Bioengineering, ETH Zurich, CH
12:20 High Volume Production of CNT Sheets and Yarns
D. Lashmore, Nanocomp, US
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1:30 POSTERSExpo Hall
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Carbon Nano StructuresExpo Hall
- Mechanical and Thermal Stability of Carbon Nanotube Junctions
S.Q. Shi, W.C. Liu, F.Y. Meng, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, CN
- Reinforcement of Abrasion Resistance & Heat Buildup for Tire Tread filled with Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs)
W.S. Oh, W.J. Choi, Y.H. Choi, J. Park, Y.S. Lee, NANOHUB Co., Ltd, KR
- Preparation and Electrical Resistivity Characteristics of Novel functionalized-MWCNTs/Silicone Composites
W.J. Choi, W.S. Oh, Y.H. Kim, M.J. Choi, S.M. Lee, NANOHUB Co., Ltd, KR
- Carbon nanotube-reinforced epoxy nanocomposites for mechanical property improvement
D. Mao, Z. Yaniv, R. Fink, L. Johnson, Applied Nanotech, Inc., US
- Highly stretchable conductive MWNT-based polymer composites
M.K. Shin, J. Oh, R. Ovalle, M.D. Lima, M.E. Kozlov, R. Baughman, University of Texas at Dallas, US
- Titanium as substrate for well-aligned MWCNT Forest
Y. Verde, A.M. Valenzuela-Muñiz, G.G. Botte, Ohio University/Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun, US
- Predicting PEMFC Pt Catalyst Durability using DFT
M.N. Groves, A. Chan, C. Malardier-Jugroot, M. Jugroot, Royal Military College of Canada, CA
- Tribological properties of carbon nanotubes as lubricant additives
F. Abate, A. Senatore, V. D’Agostino, C. Leone, M. Sarno, P. Ciambelli, university of salerno, IT
- Innovation Alliance CNT: Novel public private collaboration model to enter upcoming markets
P. Krueger, H. Hoffschulz, Bayer MaterialScience AG, DE
- Growth of aligned bamboo-structured carbon nanotubes via platinum catalyst
B. Brown, C.B. Parker, S.Y. Ma, B.R. Stoner, J.T. Glass, Duke University, US
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3:30 Carbon Nano Structures: Growth, Functionalization and NanocompositesRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, University of Toulouse & Robert Hauge, Rice University
3:30 Graphene-based Materials
R. Ruoff, University of Texas at Austin, US (bio)
4:00 An efficient strategy to drive nanoparticles inside carbon nanotubes
P. Serp, E. Castillejos, P.J. Debouttière, O. Ersen, I. Favier, M. Gomez, B. Chaudret and K. Philippot, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, FR (bio)
4:30 Influence of MWNT on the physical properties of polyethylene nanocomposites
P. Ciambelli, M. Sarno, H.C. Neitzert, M.R. Nobile, E. Somma, O. Valentino, University Of Salerno, IT
4:50 Preparation and Electrochemical Characterization of Porous SWNT-PPy Nanocomposite Sheets for Supercapacitor Applications
J. Oh, M.E. Kozlov, R.H. Baughman, University of Texas at Dallas, US
5:10 Towards flexible electronics based on single walled carbon nanotube networks
P.N. Nirmalraj, J.N. Coleman and J.J. Boland, CRANN & Trinity College Dublin, IE
 

Thursday May 7

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8:30 Carbon Nano Structures: Properties and ApplicationsRoom 370 AD
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, University of Toulouse & Robert Hauge, Rice University
8:30 Optoelectronic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
J. Kono, Rice University, US
9:00 Nanotube Grafting in Porous Solids for High Surface Devices
S.M. Mukhopadhyay, A. Karumuri, I.T. Barney, Wright State University, US
9:20 From Electrical to Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles
M.E. Kozlov, J. Oh, T. Mirfakhrai, M. Zhang, S. Fang, J.P. Ferraris, J.D.W. Madden, R.H. Baughman, University of Texas at Dallas, US
9:40 Mechanisms of Carbon Nanotubes Nanotoxicity and Drug Delivery Systems
R. Sharma, S. Kwon, A. Sharma, Florida State University, US
10:00 (CANCELED) Carbon nanotube/fused silica composite with gradient structure and carbon fiber/ fused silica back reflection layers for microwave absorbing application
Y. Zhu, Y.-B. Pan, J.-K. Guo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CN
 

Special Symposium

Carbon nanotubes are one of the most promising building blocks and materials in nanotechnology. The combination of molecular sized diameter with macroscopic length scale leads to new unusual properties. Progress in large scale synthesis, control of their properties, precise positioning and assembling on semiconductor surfaces, electrical connection to electrodes and incorporation in a solid matrix continues to widen their application range. Recent progress in the understanding of their optical properties gives now the possibility to assign the helicity of an individual tube and test their intrinsic one dimensional electronic property. Improved control of the number of tube walls and size distribution gives the opportunity to reinforce their mechanical stability while maintaining some of their intrinsic properties.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Carbon Nano Structures
  • Carbon Nanotube Based Devices
  • CNT structure: MWNT, SWNT, DWNT
  • Supported Catalysts
  • Vertically Oriented CNT
  • Electronic Transport
  • Electronic Emission
  • Optical Properties & Light Emission
  • Mechanical Properties
  • CNT Composites
  • Synthesis Methods
  • Characterization
  • Health Impact & Applications
  • Other
 

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