79th ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium

NANOSTRUCTURES FOR QUANTUM DEVICE TECHNOLOGY

The future technology is expected to utilize processes so fast, and device dimensions so small, that quantum-mechanical dynamics will manifest in device functions.

Materials Science of synthesizing nanoparticles and nanostructures, and their positioning, manipulation and measurement on surfaces, is an emerging field of Nanotechnology that faces extraordinary challenges, but also promises remarkable advances in electronic, mechanical and optical devices.

Materials and nanostructures for areas such as quantum computing, quantum communication, imaging and cryptography, spintronics, and quantum effects in nanosize semiconductor and mechanical devices will be a subject of this Session


CHAIR:

Dr. Vladimir Privman
Center for Quantum Device Technology
Clarkson University
Box 5721
Potsdam, NY 13699-5720
U.S.A.
315-268-3891
FAX: 315-268-3781
privman@clarkson.edu
For more info go to: www.clarkson.edu/~nanosci/
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