Stacks Image 924
Vapor-liquid-solid growth of Si wires on Si
Sergey Dedyulin
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Western University
London, ON, Canada
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High-Performance Nanohole Array Sensors Fabricated by Template
Peipei Jia
Biomedical Engineering
Western University
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 933
Effect of Biodiesel on the Interaction of Microogranisms with Polyethylene
Juan Manuel Restrepo
Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Western University
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 930
Microbial acceleration of carbon mineralization in mine waste
Jenine McCutcheon
Department of Earth Sciences
Western University
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 927
Investigation of Doping Mechanism in Graphene Decorated with Copper Nanoparticles
Arash Akbari-Sharbaf & Sabastine Ezugwu
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Western University
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 567
A 77 GHz Rotman lens on a High Resistivity Silicon wafer for Automotive Radars
Ali Attaran
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
University of Windsor
Windsor, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 564
A Geobiological Investigation of Mazon Creek fossils
Andrea S. Fernandes
Western University,
Department of Earth Science,
Faculty of Science,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 561
Optimized Intra-Cortical Electrode Architecture for Maximum Stimulation Channel Packing
Salam R. I. Gabran
Center for Integrated RF Engineering,
University of Waterloo
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Waterloo, ON, Canada
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Interaction of carbon coating on LiFePO4: Local visualization study of the influence of impurity Phases
Jiajun Wang
Western University,
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 558
Fabrication of Nano-holes and Nano-pillars with Laser Interference Lithography
Erden Ertorer
Western University,
Biomedical Engineering Program and Department of Physics and Astronomy,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 606
Improved nano-hole array structure in an opaque metal film for bulk-SPR sensing application
Mohamadreza Najiminaini
The School of Engineering Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC and Medical Biophysics, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University, London, ON
Stacks Image 614
MEMS Manufacturing of Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Actuators
Nicole Houser
University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS),
4925 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON
Stacks Image 609
Pore Morphometrics and Thermal Evolution of Organic-Matter Microporosity, Colorado Group, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin
Peng Jiang
Western University,
Department of Earth Sciences,
Faculty of Science,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 603
Localized surface plasmon resonance of nanometer-scale patterns
Renjie Hou
Western University,
Department of Chemistry,
Faculty of Science,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 600
Investigation of the Mechanical Anisotropy of the Zr-2.5%Nb Pressure Tube using micro-pillars at 25 °C
Richard O. Oviasuyi
Western University,
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 594
Fabrication of out-of-plane microvalves for whole blood separation on Lab-on-a-CD
Tingjie Li
Western University,
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering,
London, ON, Canada
Stacks Image 591
Surface Modification by Fluorocarbon Plasma Deposition for Controlled Cell Growth and Neural Circuit Arrangement
Mohammadali Tabatabaei
Western University,
Department of Chemistry,
London, ON, Canada
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Patterned Ion Beam Implantation of Au and Si via Nanoporous Alumina Mask
Lojan Sivakumaran
Physics and Astronomy
Western University
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Film Formation and Conversion on Carbon Steel and Stellite-6
John Zhang
Department of Chemistry
Western University
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PLASMONIC DEVICES FOR HIGH SENSITIVITY RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
Betty C. Galarreta
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 29
STUDY OF OCTADECYLPHOSPHONIC ACID (OPA) LANGMUIR BLODGETT FILM INTERACTIONS WITH DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES
Ripon Kumar Dey
Surface Science Western
The University of Western Ontario
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THE IMPORTANCE OF MESO- AND MICROPOROSITY IN SHALE GAS CAPACITY
Ian Power
Department of Earth Science
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 35
PRESSURE-INDUCED MORPHOLOGY-DEPENDENT PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS OF NANOSTRUCTURED TIN DIOXIDE
Zhaohui Dong
Department of Chemistry,
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 38
SURFACE-DIRECTED SPINODAL DECOMPOSITION IN HAFNIUM SILICATE FILMS
Jian Liu
Department of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Western Ontario
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ON-DEMAND, SELECTIVE, MULT-BATCH, 3D SELF-ASSEMBLY FOR BIOMEMS PACKAGING
Mei Liu
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 44
NEW STRATEGIES FOR CIGS SOLAR CELLS
Mohammad Harati
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 47
MICROPATTERNED FLUORINATED POLYMER SURFACES FOR POSITIONAL ENCODING OF CELLS
Amanda Leclair
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
Stacks Image 50
Study of Interaction of Metal Ions with DNA Films
Xiaomin Bin, Piotr Michal Diakowski and Prof. Heinz-Bernhard Kraatz
Department of Chemistry
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2009 issue 2
Stacks Image 53
WAVEGUIDE EVANESCENT FIELD FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
Dr. Abdollah Hassanzadeh
Prof. Silvia Mittler
Department of Physics and Astronomy,
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2009 issue 1
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MICRO-SCALE SURFACE FUNCTIONALIZATION OF POLY(DIMETHYL SILOXANE)
Christine Séguin
Prof. Lagugné-Labarthet, Prof. Peter Norton
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 4
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PHOTONIC CRYSTAL BIO-SENSORS
Anil Kumar Mudraboyina
Prof. Jayshri Sabarinathan
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 4
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NEW BIOSENSORS BECOME LAB ON A CHIP
Prof. Bernie Kraatz
NanoWestern 2009 issue 1
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ONTARIO PHOTONICS CONSORTIUM ACTIVITIES AT WESTERN: LOOKING BACK; LOOKING FORWARD
Prof. R. H. Lipson,
Department of Chemistry,
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 3
Stacks Image 68
MICROSTRUCTURE CHARACTERIZATION OF AS-DEPOSITED Cu THIN FILMS ON SI3N4
By Yong Liu (R.J. Klassen)
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 2
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COMBINING SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY WITH CHEMICAL IMAGING FOR MATERIALS SCIENCE
Prof. Zhifeng Ding
Department of Chemistry,
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 2
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FABRICATION OF MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES TO
STUDY BACTERIAL NANOWIRES
Kar Man (Edmond) Leung
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 1
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NANOSTRUCTURED PLATFORMS FOR SURFACE ENHANCED RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY OF BIOMOLECULES
Betty Galarreta, bgalarre@uwo.ca
(Sarvesh Varma, Elwood Chan,
François Lagugné-Labarthet),
Department of Chemistry,
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2008 issue 1
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MICROSCALE BIOACTIVE PATTERNING:
A NOVEL SURFACE MODIFICATION OF POLY(DIMETHYLSILOXANE)
Jessica McLachlan
(Natasha Patrito, Claire McCague,
N.O. Petersen, P.R. Norton)
Department of Chemistry,
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2007 issue 4
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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PLASTIC ZONE BENEATH NANO-INDENTATIONS IN GOLD
Vineet Bhakhri (R.J. Klassen)
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2007 issue 4
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FABRICATION OF NOVEL PINHOLES FOR DIGITAL IN-LINE X-RAY HOLOGRAPHY BY FOCUSED ION BEAM MILLING
Ruth Barth
Applied Physical Chemistry
University of Heidelberg
Germany
NanoWestern 2007 issue 3
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SURFACE AND SIDEWALL PROFILE CONTROL FOR DRIE IN SILICON
Sarvesh Varma
2nd Year, Nanotechnology Engineering
University of Waterloo
NanoWestern 2007 issue 3
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SILICON-PHOTONIC CIRCUIT FABRICATION AT WESTERN’S NANOFABRICATION LABORATORY
Dr.Andy Knights
Department of Engineering Physics
McMaster University
NanoWestern 2007 issue 2
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GROWTH OF CONFORMAL GOLD SHELLS OVER SILICA
NANOSPHERES BY COLLOIDAL CHEMISTRY
Michelle Watroba
4th Year Chemistry
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2007 issue 2
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NANOPARTICLE SPECTROSCOPY: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR CLASSICAL SURFACE PLASMON SPECTROSCOPY
Prof. Dr. Silvia Mittler
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2007 issue 1
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TEM SPECIMEN PREPARATION
Dr. Todd Simpson
Nanofabrication Facility
NanoWestern 2007 issue 1
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ORDERED ARRAYS OF GOLD COLLOIDAL PARTICLES
Dr. Todd Simpson
Nanofabrication Facility
NanoWestern 2007 Issue 1
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ADDITIVE-SURFACE INTERACTIONS: A COMBINATORIAL APROACH TO STUDYING LUBRICANT ADDITIVES
Gavin Pereira,
Department of Chemistry
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 4
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GROWTH & CHARACTERIZATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR NANOWIRE DEVICES
By Dr. Ray LaPierre
Department of Engineering Physics
McMaster University
NanoWestern 2006 issue 4
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ELASTIC MODULUS OF INDIVIDUAL ELECTROSPUN POLY(VINYL ALCOHOL) NANOFIBRES
Kenneth Kar Ho Wong, W.K. Wan, J.L. Hutter , M. Zinke-Allmang
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 3
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OPTIMIZATION OF PROCESS CONDITIONS FOR DEEP REACTIVE ION ETCHING OF SILICON
Sarvesh Varma
Nanotechnology Engineering
University of Waterloo
NanoWestern 2006 issue 3
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BIOMINERALIZATION: HOW DOES SURFACE CHEMISTRY HINDER OR PROMOTE THE GROWTH OF CALCIUM OXALATE?
Peter Lloyd Vincent
Department of Biology
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 3
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FIDUCIAL MARKS
Dr. Todd Simpson
NanofabricationFacility
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 3
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EVANESCENT FIELD WAVEGUIDE
FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
Matthew Turnbull
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 2
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USING LIGHT TO CONTROL LIGHT
Prof. Rob Lipson
Department of Chemistry
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 2
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PRECISELY POSTIONED GOLD NANODOTS
FABRICATED BY E-BEAM LITHOGRAPHY
Sean Douglas Murphy
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 2
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WORK FUNCTION CALIBRATION OF A
CONDUCTING POLYMER
Kevin O’Neil
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 2
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FABRICATION OF 2D PLANAR PHOTONIC CRYSTAL SLAB WAVEGUIDES FOR OPTIMIZED COUPLING & SENSOR APPLICATIONS
Prof. Jayshri Sabarinathan
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 1
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TOWARD ELECTROCHEMISTRY IN THE NANOSCALE
Prof. Zhifeng Ding
Department of Chemistry,
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2006 issue 1
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UV-GRAFT POLYMERIZATION OF ACRYLATES
Natasha Patrito
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2005 issue 2
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Microfabrication of Interfacial Force Microscope Sensor Components
Claire McCague
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
NanoWestern 2005 issue 1