NanoES seminar

The NanoES seminar series features speakers from the nanotechnology community at UW, OSU, and beyond. The seminar sessions alternate between single lectures presented by a faculty member on a topic in their specialty area, and two short research updates from students or postdocs. Attendees of the seminar will learn about the diverse topics within the field of nanotechnology and become familiar with colleagues working in this field.

Winter 2021 seminars will be held virtually on Thursdays, 12:30 – 1:20 pm.

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January 14

CEO of Zyvex Labs

John Randall

Digital Atomic-Scale Fabrication: A new approach to Atomically Precise Manufacturing

January 21

OSU Student

Tyler McCrea

Applying PbSe Colloidal Quantum Dots to Semiconductor Radiation Detection Devices

January 28

University of Ottawa

Adina Luica-Mayer

Quantum materials at the atomic scale

February 4

Benjamin Richter


3D printing by two-photon polymerization Sets New Standards in Micro- and Nanofabrication

February 11

Penn State University

Yu-Chuan Lin

Synthesis and processing of two-dimensional semiconductors by controllable thin-film approaches

February 18

UW Faculty

David Masiello

3D printing by Two-photon Polymerization Sets New Standards in Micro- and Nanofabrication

February 25

Special Guest, Texas Instruments and UTD

Luigi Colombo

Two-dimensional Materials: from thin film growth to devices

March 4

UW Student

Zheyi Han


UW Student

Quentin Tanguy


March 11

UW Student

Jinrong Ma