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Nanotechnology and Its Impact on Your Future
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  • Slide 1 - Nanotechnology and Its Impact on Your Future Nanotechnology Research Center Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Slide 2 - Why should you know something about Nanotechnology? The National Science Foundation estimates that by the year 2015 there will be a need for 2 million workers worldwide in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology. An additional 5 million workers will be needed in support areas for these fields. By 2015, nanotechnology is expected to be a $3 trillion “industry”
  • Slide 3 - What is a “nano”? A nano is one billionth of a meter or 10-9 m A normal person can walk 32 kilometers or about 20 miles in one day. If a person were shrunk so that they were one nanometer tall, how long would it take them to walk the length of a dollar bill? 24 years
  • Slide 4 - What is Nanotechnology? The science of manipulating atoms and molecules to make new materials and devices. Interdisciplinary – where science and engineering interconnect Occurs at the 1-100 nanometer range One nanometer is 10-9 meters or about 3 atoms long. For comparison, a human hair is about 60-80,000 nanometers wide
  • Slide 5 - Two Parts of Nanotechnology Nanotechnology is often divided into two parts: Nanoscience – where researchers learn about the chemical and physical properties of materials at the 1- 100 nanometer (nm) scale. Materials at 1-100 nm are called nanostructures. They are the smallest things that can be made. Nanotechnology – where researchers develop and apply materials at this scale to develop new products or methods; i.e., turning nanostructures into useable tools and applications
  • Slide 6 - Unique Properties and Nanotechnology Nanotechnology involves the manufacturing and application of instruments and materials that have unique properties because of their small size. At the nanoscale, properties of materials behave differently and are said to behave under atomic and molecular rules. Researchers are using these unique properties of materials at this small scale to create new and exciting tools and products in all areas of science and engineering.
  • Slide 7 - Nanofabrication Top-down nanofabrication - start with large material and bring it down to the nanoscale Bottom-up nanofabrication - start with individual atoms and build upwards to make a nanostructure
  • Slide 8 - Nanotechnology is not New! Gold nanoparticles in glass are reflected as red Ancient stained-glass makers knew if they put finely ground gold or silver in the glass they would get beautiful colors. They used nanosized gold and silver particles. Optical properties change with the nanoscale.
  • Slide 9 - What are some applications of Nanotechnology?
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  • Slide 13 - Nano Careers Design Development National security Technical support Research Management Packaging Energy producer Clothing design Public Service Fabrication Patent Attorney Environment Sales Teaching Testing Construction And Many More
  • Slide 14 - Education Technical Programs Associates (2 years) Bachelors (4 years) Masters (6 years) Doctorate (8 years)
  • Slide 15 - Marcus Nanotechnology Building 2004 - Planning and design started August 2006 - began construction Spring 2009 - building opens Current status 95% complete Cleanroom construction complete Building: 190,000 gross square feet 30,000 SF cleanroom 50% fit-out opening day Biological (organic) and physical sciences (inorganic) cleanroom side-by-side Labs 15,000 SF support labs Advanced characterization space in basement (future fit-out)
  • Slide 16 - Cleanroom Layout Live Cleanroom at MiRC: http://grover.mirc.gatech.edu/cameras Or Cleanroom Tour: www./mcrel.org/nanoleap/remote-access/cleanroom.asp
  • Slide 17 - National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network Funded by the National Science Foundation National Nanotechnology Initiative (http://nano.gov) Cornell University Harvard University Howard University Georgia Institute of Technology Penn State University University of Michigan University of Minnesota Washington University University of Texas at Austin University of Colorado at Boulder Arizona State University University of Washington Stanford University University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Slide 18 - NNIN Education Portal Launched July 2005 http://www.education.nnin.org General Information on Nanotechnology for Teachers Students Public Nanooze- Children’s science magazine linked on nano.gov

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