Nanomaterials Integration for Electronics, Energy and Sensing, Volume 1303

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Symposium Y, “Nanomaterials Integration for Electronics, Energy, and Sensing,” was held Nov. 29–Dec. 3 at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. The symposium provided a forum for scientists and engineers to showcase their latest research results focused on the challenges of integration in combining diverse nano-materials together across length scales and into nanosystems to achieve novel properties and performance. The final program of this symposium consisted of over 240 papers (15 invited) presented over 14 sessions (10 oral and 4 poster). The symposium also included two joint sessions with: 1) Symposium B, “Carbon-Based Electronic Devices—Processing, Performance, and Reliability”; 2) Symposium Z, “Hierarchical Materials and Composites—Combining Length Scales from Nano to Macro.” The overarching theme of the symposium resonated with the idea that advances in nanotechnology will ultimately be enabled by the invention, development and refinement of methods for the integration of nanomaterials into useful architectures and systems.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605112800
  • Publisher: Materials Research Society
  • Publication date: 5/2/2011
  • Series: MRS Proceedings Series, #1303
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I. Electronics and Optoelectronics: 1. Carbon-based materials as key-enabler for 'More Than Moore' Franz Kreupl; 2. Near white light emission from ZnO nanostructures Sanjaya Brahma; 3. The development of anodic aluminum oxide based micro-channel plate for large-area photo-detector Seon Woo Lee; 4. Nanorods of Dy modified BiFeO3 for multifunctional device applications V. R. Palkar; 5. Anisotropic conducting film (ACF) of Ag nanoparticles as transfer polymer and electrical interface for silicon micro- and nano-pillars Matthew Ombaba; 6. Synthesis and dispersion of ultra-small binary and ternary metal oxide nanoparticles for dielectric thin films Georg Garnweitner; 7. Three-dimensional patterning of micro/nanoparticle assembly with a single droplet of suspension Sun Choi; Part II. Energy: 8. Use of doped-YAG nanoparticles as down-converters for photovoltaics Olivier Raccurt; 9. Electrospun polythiophene nanofibers and their applications for organic solar cells Takashi Sagawa; 10. Fabrication of photovoltaic devices using novel organic polymer/nanostructure blends Shashi Paul; 11. Electrical and photoelectrical measurements on ZnO-nanowires coated with PEDOT:PSS for dye-sensitized solar cells Julia Waltermann; 12. Plasma treatment of titanium dioxide nanoparticle layer for improving performance of dye-sensitized solar cells Miho Kitamura; 13. Titanium dioxide nanotubes decorated with nanoparticles for dye-sensitized solar cells Zhaoyang Fan; 14. Fracture transfer of vertical semiconductor pillar arrays to low cost arbitrary substrates for flexible energy device applications Logeeswaran VJ; 15. Comprehensive light trapping study of next generation thin film solar cells Yasha Yi; 16. Nanostructured broad band infrared absorber Timothy Corrigan; 17. Pt/TiO2/Ti metal-insulator-metal tunnel diodes for rectification in an energy harvesting system Barbara Nichols; 18. Ceramic thin films for high integration density capacitor applications Dan Taroata; 19. Synthesis of CNT-metal oxide nano-composite electrode materials for supercapacitor by low-pressure MOCVD Pallavi Arod; 20. Nano-flower MnO2 coated graphene composite electrodes for energy storage devices Jie Tang; 21. Catalytic activity of nanostructured plate-type Cu-based on ZnO nanorods promoted by additive metals for oxidative steam reforming of methanol Chien-Cheng Li; Part III. Sensing: 22. Evaluation of graphene and graphene derivatives for RF-impedance based sensing Yun Xing; 23. A chemical gas sensor from large-scale thermal CVD derived graphene Xiaojuan Song; 24. Noise mitigation techniques for carbon nanotube-based piezoresistive sensor systems Michael Cullinan; 25. Thickness effect of sputtered ZnO seed layer on the fabrication of ZnO nanorods on flexible polyimide films and their ethanol gas sensing properties Dong-Joo Kim; 26. Enhanced response characteristics of SnO2 thin film loaded with nanoscale catalytic clusters for methane gas Divya Haridas; 27. Quantitative studies of long-term stable, top-down fabricated silicon nanowire pH sensors Sun Choi; 28. Binding of dinuclear ruthenium complexes, SWNTs and nanoparticles for hybrid nanocomposite materials Jeffrey Alston.

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