The DC/NoVA Chapter of the IEEE-EDS is pleased to co-sponsor The Atlantic Nano Forum and announces the next event:
by two renowned nano-technologists:
Dr. Cedric Loiret-Bernal
CEO, Nanoink, Inc.
Mr. Sam Antrazi
President, 4Wave, Inc.
Dr. Cedric Loiret-Bernal will discuss Dip Pen Nanolithography. And Mr. Sam Antrazi will discuss Atomic Layer Engineering through ion beam innovations.
NanoInk, Inc. is a Chicago-based company
commercializing the Dip Pen
Nanolithography(tm) (DPN(tm)) method of nanoscale manufacturing. The DPN
process was first developed by Professor Chad Mirkin at the Northwestern
University Nanotechnology Institute. It is a patented process used to
build nanometer scale structures and patterns by literally drawing
materials directly onto a surface. DPN users can build at resolutions
ranging from many micrometers down to 15 nanometers, using virtually any
material. This combination of ultrahigh resolution and material
flexibility makes for numerous commercial applications.
has been selected as a SEMI showcase company for innovations in
thin film processing and is seeking its next round of funding. 4Wave
provides advanced thin film technologies used in the production of
nanometer-scale components in the computer and telecommunications
industries. 4Wave's unique technologies enable the fabrication of thin
film materials at the atomic scale, with unprecedented levels of
precision and functionality using robust, cost-effective equipment.
Atomically engineered thin-film devices are foundational to future
integrated circuit memory elements, integrated circuit transistors,
extreme ultraviolet lithography masks, disk-drive heads, and
This event will be moderated by Dr. Hrayr Sayadian, Esq., Chair IEEE-Electron Devices Society, Washington/Northern Virginia Chapter, and Principal of Sayadian Patent Law Office.
This event will take place on
Space is limited because the events of The Atlantic Nano Forum are popular.
Directions to the event site are described at: http://www.burnsdoane.com/alex.html.
The Atlantic Nano Forum and its events are described at: http://www.atlanticnanoforum.org/.