Index of Authors

Gilmer, G.H.

Numerical Simulations of Sputter Deposition and Etching in Trenches Using the Level Set Technique

Monte Carlo Modeling of Thin Film Deposition: Influence of Grain Boundaries on the Porosity of Barrier Layer Films

Templated virus deposition: from molecular-scale force measurements to kinetic Monte Carlo simulations

Gilmore, A.

Chemical imaging using molecular spectroscopy – providing answers to fundamental biomedical questions at the nanoscale

Gilmore, K.J.

Bio-ink for inkjet printing of living cells

Gilsinn, J.

Nano-Lithography in Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) for Real World Applications

Gimsa, J.

Exploiting structural polarization effects for the AC-electrokinetic manipulation of objects and media in cell chips

Electro-thermal micro-pumps: exploiting structural polarizations at smeared interfaces

Gindy, M.E.

Preparation of Aggregation Stable Block Copolymer Nanoparticles for Simultaneous Drug Delivery and Imaging

Gindy, N.

Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetorheological Fluids with Super Paramagnetic Nanomaterials in Polymeric Matrix

Nanostructures fabrication via self-assembly of hybrid block copolymer/nanoparticles in thin film

Ging, J.

Evaluating safety and stability of CNT nanocomposites exposed to environmental conditions

Ginot, F.

Modeling of the Kinetics of Capture of Pathogens Enhanced by a Marangoni Flow

Giolando, D.M.

Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization in Ohio

Giorcelli, M.

Electrochemiluminescent sensor for clinical analysis based on Carbon Nanotube electrodes

Giorgetti, L.

Cluster assembled nanostructured TiO2 film mediates efficient and safe retroviral gene transduction in primary adult human melanocytes for ex-vivo gene therapy

Giorgio, A.

An Electrothermal Solution of the Heat Equation for MMICs Based on the 2-D Fourier Series

Giouroudi, I.

In vitro biosensing based on magnetically induced motion of magnetic nanoparticles

Giovinazzo, G.

Nanocarriers for Cancer Therapy

Halloysite Clay Nanotubes: Characterization, Biocompatibility and Use as Drug Carriers