Published on Sat, 22 Jul 2017
On August 29, Professor Zhenan Bao (Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, USA) will give her lecture “Skin-Inspired Organic Electronic Materials and Devices” at TU Dresden. The talk will be given within cfaed’s “Distinguished Lecture Series”, which invites top tier guests to come to Dresden.
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Professor Zhenan Bao is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University. She is also a co-founder and on the Board of Directors for C3 Nano, a silicon-valley venture funded start-up commercializing flexible transparent electrodes. Prior to joining Stanford in 2004, she was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies from 1995-2004. She has over 400 refereed publications and over 60 US patents with a Google Scholar H-Index >110. She pioneered a number of design concepts for organic electronic materials. Her work has enabled flexible electronic circuits and displays. In her recent work, she has developed skin-inspired organic electronic materials, which resulted in unprecedented performance or functions in medical devices, energy storage and environmental applications.
Read more … cfaed Distinguished Lecture: Prof. Zhenan Bao - Skin-Inspired Organic Electronic Materials and Devices
Published on Fri, 21 Jul 2017
Carbon Materials such as nanoparticles, fibres, adamantane- and graphene-like structures are widely used in science and engineering. Applications range from energy and gas storage to electronics and optical applications. The internationally renowned experts who contributed to this book discuss chemical aspects of carbon structures, their synthesis, functionalization and design strategies for defined applications.
Chemistry of Carbon Nanostructures aims to present the current state-of-the-art synthesis and application of carbon materials like nano diamonds, ribbons and graphene-like structures in science and engineering. Edited by Professor Klaus Müllen, who received the Adolf von Bayer Medal for his contribution to Carbon Chemistry, and Xinliang Feng, this book combines outstanding contributions by a renowned international team of experts.
Read more … Now Published: "Chemistry of Carbon Nanostructures" Book by Prof. Xinliang Feng & Prof. Klaus Müllen
Published on Tue, 18 Jul 2017
Thanks to cfaed inspire grant, I had an opportunity to work with Anatoly Zayats who is leading one of the strong plasmonics and nano-optic groups in Europe. I work on DNA templated self-assembled plasmonic waveguides which is one of the core projects in BAC path. During my research stay, I got the chance to learn more about nanophotonics, plasmonics and near-field optical techniques. It was truly a great experience and scientifically a productive stay at King’s College London.
Read more … INSPIRE Grant Report by PhD Student Fatih Nadi Gür - King's College London
Published on Tue, 04 Jul 2017
12 Sep 2017 (Tue) & 13 Sep 2017 (Wed), Vienna House QF Hotel, Dresden
This workshop is organized in the context of the 5-year EU Horizon 2020 project Bio4Comp (http://bio4comp.org) that aims to develop network-based computing, and to build a strong research community around this challenge. In this approach, combinatorial problems are encoded into nanofabricated networks and solved by large numbers of molecular-motor-propelled protein filaments in so called network-based biocomputation. In this workshop, experts of quantum- and DNA computing and molecular motor-powered, network-based computing will join forces to develop new directions in biocomputation.
Participation includes conference materials and refreshments. It is cost-free but active participation is expected (poster or oral). Registration deadline: 31st July 2017.
Find more information about the workshop here.
We are pleased to welcome Prof. Dr.-Ing. Diana Göhringer to cfaed as new Principal Investigator! As Chair for Adaptive Dynamic Systems of the Computer Science Department, Prof. Göhringer will be integrated in the system-oriented Paths of the Cluster, mainly the CRC HAEC. Her research interests are in the areas of: Reconfigurable Computing, Multiprocessor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs), Networks-on-Chip, Simulators / Virtual Platforms, Hardware-Software-Codesign and Runtime Systems. Welcome to cfaed!
Read more … Welcome to cfaed: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Diana Göhringer as new Principal Investigator
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