2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

Combinatorial Methods for Soft Nanostructured Materials Design

Michael J. Fasolka

Michael J. Fasolka

Director, NIST Combinatorial Methods Center
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Michael Fasolka is Director, NIST Combinatorial Methods Center at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Dr. Fasolka’s research Interests include Combinatorial and High-Throughput Methods for Materials Research, Gradient Library Fabrication, Polymer Surfaces and Thin Films, Block Copolymers, Patterned Substrates, Scanned Probe Microscopy. Director: NIST Combinatorial Methods Center (NCMC) www.nist.gov/combi. Project Leader: Gradient Reference Specimens for Advanced Scanned Probe Microscopy

Fasolka, a materials scientist, received a Presidential Research Award in June 2005 for “experimental and theoretical studies of nanostructured polymer films and for investigations further extending the power of next-generation scanned probe microscopy techniques with exquisitely designed structures providing quantitative measures of chemical, mechanical, and optoelectronic nanoscale material properties.”

Speaking in the Soft Nanotechnology Symposium.

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