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CNS Seminar Series

Prof. Kimani Toussaint, Jr.
Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Photonics Research for Bio/nano Environments: Applications to Nanoptonics and Biophotonics"
Friday, March 2, 2012
12:15, 700 Clark Hall


Prof. Nader Engheta
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
University of Pennsylvania
"Of Light, Electrons, and Metamaterials"
Thursday, November 3, 2011
12:15, 700 Clark Hall


Prof. Roel Baets
Ghent University and IMEC
"Silicon photonics: the integration of light sources"

Friday, May 20, 2011
Noon, 700 Clark Hall


Prof. A. Douglas Stone
Department of Applied Physics
Yale University
"Lasers, Anti-lasers and Laser-absorbers"

Wednesday, April 20, 2011
11:00am, 701 Clark Hall

Prof. Lincoln Lauhon
Department of Materials Science and Eng.
Northwestern University
"Functional Imaging of Nanowires"

Tuesday, April 5, 2011
1:30pm, 700 Clark Hall


Prof. David Cobden
Department of Physics
University of Washington

"Phase Transition in Nanowires and on Carbon Nanotubes"

Friday, October 8, 2010

12:15pm, 700 Clark Hall

 

Prof. Jeremy O'Brien
Centre for Quantum Photonics, H. H. Wills Physics Laboratory and Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Bristol, www.phy.bris.ac.uk/groups/cqp

"Integrated Quantum Photonics"

Thursday, September 9, 2010

12:15pm, 700 Clark Hall

 

CAPES Seminar Series

Tim Miller
SpokenScience

"Mastering Public Presentation"

Thursday, September 1, 2011

12:15pm, 700 Clark Hall


Prof. Lincoln Lauhon
Department of Materials Science and Eng.
Northwestern University

"What was I thinking? A perspective on an academic career."

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
1:30pm, 120 Physical Sciences Bldg.



Prof. Edwin Kan
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University
and
Prof. John Marohn
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University

"Academia search: Make the case to hire you and fund your work"

Thursday, November 18, 2010

12:15pm, 700 Clark Hall

 

President David Skorton
Cornell University

"A Life in Science: Some things to consider "

Thursday, October 14, 2010

12:15pm, 700 Clark Hall

 

 

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Muller receives the Cornell University Provost award.
David Muller received the Cornell University Provost award which recognizes outstanding tenured faculty members early in their careers for distinguished research and scholarly achievements, combined with their continuing commitment to Cornell. (May, 2010)

 

Small optical force can budge nanoscale objects.

With a bit of leverage, Cornell researchers have used a very tiny beam of light with as little as 1 milliwatt of power to move a silicon structure up to 12 nanometers. That's enough to completely switch the optical properties of the structure from opaque to transparent, they reported.

 

Spectral phase conjugation via temporal imaging

Cornell Group, led by CNS Director Alex Gaeta, experimentally demonstrate wavelength-preserving spectral phase conjugation for compensating chromatic dispersion and self-phase modulation in optical fibers.


Long-lived charge traps in
functionalized pentacene and
anthradithiophene studied by timeresolved
electric force microscopy

A paper by recently-graduated C&CB graduate student Michael Jaquith and Associate Professor, and CNS Researcher, John Marohn is featured on the front cover of the 14 September 2009 edition of the Journal of Materials Chemistry.

 

Carbon nanotube 'ink' may lead to thinner, lighter transistors and solar cells
Using a simple chemical process, scientists at Cornell and DuPont have invented a method of preparing carbon nanotubes for suspension in a semiconducting "ink," which can then be printed into such thin, flexible electronics as transistors and photovoltaic materials.

Electron Injection from Colloidal PbS Quantum Dots into Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles

CNS researchers recently published work that includes demonstration of  a nanocrystal-based solar cell.

New Electron Microscope Identifies Individual Color-coded Atoms

By color-coding atoms, new Cornell electron microscope promises big advance in materials analysis.

Silicon-Chip-Based Ultrafast Optical Oscilloscope

CNS Researchers publish Nature article.

 

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