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  • Slide 1 - Forward for Faculty & Collaborators The following presentation is a partial result of work performed at the Research Experience for Teachers (RET) through the University of Virginia Center for Diversity in Engineering and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Special Thanks to Lenoid Zighle PHD, Computational Materials, School of Engineering, UVA Carolyn Vallas, PHD, Center for Diversity in Engineering, UVA Juliet Trail, Center for Diversity in Engineering, UVA
  • Slide 2 - Introduction to Nanotechnology By Randy Applegate At the RET sponsored by UVA and the Center for Diversity In Engineering
  • Slide 3 - What is Nanotechnology the study of the controlling of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Generally nanotechnology deals with structures sized between 1 to 100 nanometer in at least one dimension, and involves developing or modifying materials or devices within that size.
  • Slide 4 - Nanotechnology is already making today’s products: Lighter Stronger Faster Smaller More Durable
  • Slide 5 - How small is Nano - small? Units in nanometers (µm)
  • Slide 6 - Compared to Human Hair A Human Hair is about 100,000µm wide
  • Slide 7 - A “Nano-Scale” Demonstration http://screencast.com/t/MzAxODc5 http://screencast.com/t/MGMxZTcyN2E
  • Slide 8 - Nanotechnology spans many Areas NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Biotechnology Transportation National Security & Defense Food and Agriculture Energy & Environment Aerospace Advance Materials & Textiles Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Biotechnology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Advance Materials & Textiles Medicine / Health Energy & Environment NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Biotechnology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Advance Materials & Textiles Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY National Security & Defense Food and Agriculture Energy & Environment Aerospace Advance Materials & Textiles Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY Food and Agriculture Aerospace Advance Materials & Textiles Medicine / Health Energy & Environment NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Mechanical Eng. & Robotics NANOTECHNOLOGY National Security & Defense Food and Agriculture Energy & Environment Aerospace Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Energy & Environment NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Biotechnology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics NANOTECHNOLOGY National Security & Defense Food and Agriculture Energy & Environment Aerospace Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Energy & Environment NANOTECHNOLOGY Information Technology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Transportation Biotechnology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics NANOTECHNOLOGY National Security & Defense Food and Agriculture Energy & Environment Aerospace Medicine / Health NANOTECHNOLOGY Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Information Technology Food and Agriculture Aerospace Medicine / Health Information Technology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Information Technology Biotechnology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Information Technology Transportation Biotechnology Mechanical Eng. & Robotics Information Technology National Security & Defense Transportation Biotechnology Mechanical Engineering / Robotics Information Technology
  • Slide 9 - Key Terms Nonotechnology Nanometer Nanotube Atom Atomic Level System Atomic Structure Fluence (Laser) Defects Dislocation Molecule Molecular Dynamics Computational Materials Science Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • Slide 10 - Material Sciences Atomic – level Simulations: Molecular Dynamics Computational Research Dislocation Dynamics
  • Slide 11 - ppt slide no 11 content not found
  • Slide 12 - Computational Materials Group Dr. Leonid Zhiglei
  • Slide 13 - Emphasis of Research Atomic – level Simulations: Molecular Dynamics Computational Research Dislocation Dynamics
  • Slide 14 - Getting a Base Line on Material Molecular Behavior Molecule Relationship To other Molecules Section of Material
  • Slide 15 - Determine Starting Point (Initial Conditions) Using Newton’s Second Law of Classic Motion
  • Slide 16 - How Molecule Move…
  • Slide 17 - Applications of Nanotechnology
  • Slide 18 - Current Applications burn and wound dressings, water filtration devices, paints, cosmetics, coatings, lubricants, textiles, memory/storage devices medical diagnostics, displays, sensors, drug delivery, composite materials, solid state lighting, bio-materials, nano arrays, more powerful computers, protective armor, chem-bio suits, and chem-bio sensors
  • Slide 19 - Future Applications 2011-15 -- nanobiomaterials, microprocessors, new catalysts, portable energy cells, solar cells, tissue/organ regeneration, smart implants 2016 and beyond – molecular circuitry, quantum computing, new materials, fast chemical analyses
  • Slide 20 - C:\Documents and Settings\randy.applegate\My Documents\RET at UVA\NanoGear.swf

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