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Upcoming Events

2017 International Conference on Optical MEMS and Nanophotonics (OMN2017) | August 13-17, 2017 Santa Fe New Mexico, USA

CINT will be at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo in Washington, D.C. | May 14-17, 2017.

CINT Scientist Katie Jungjohann is co-organizer for a workshop, "Understanding Radiation Beam-Damage during Cryo-, ETEM, Gas- and Liquid-Cell Electron Microscopy" at the Microscopy & Microanalysis 2017 meeting in St. Louis, MO. All are encouraged to attend! | August 6, 2017.

CINT will hold its 2017 Annual User Conference in Santa Fe, NM | September 2017. Details and registration coming soon!

Past Events

2016 CINT User Conference

CINT held the 2016 CINT User Conference on September 19-20, 2016, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There were three concurrent symposia:

  • Electrochemical Nanostructures: Mesoscale Architectures & Integration (joint symposia with EFRC-NEES)
  • Quantum Materials Integration
  • From Molecules to Integrated Structures – Assembly and Fabrication across Length Scales

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Dimitri Basov, University of California, San Diego
  • Juan de Pablo, University of Chicago
  • Thomas E. Mallouk, Pennsylvania State University
2015 CINT User Conference

CINT held the 2015 CINT User Conference on September 21-22, 2015, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There were three concurrent symposia:

  • Hybrid Photonic Materials Interactions for Integration and Novel Response
  • Real-time imaging of controlled nanoscale phenomena using S/TEM
  • Nanomotors & Molecular Machines: Understanding and Controlling the Catalytic Transport of Matter

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Prof. Ian Robertson, Dean, College of Engineering of University of Wisconsin-Madison, well-known for microstructure evolution research in materials exposed to extreme conditions.
  • Dr. Carlo Montemagno, the Director of the Alberta Ingenuity Lab, Canada Research Chair in Intelligent Nanosystems, and the Program Lead of Biomaterials at the National Institute for Nanotechnology.
  • Prof. Claus Ropers from University of Göttingen, well-known for his research in the areas of ultrafast processes in solids, nanostructures and at surfaces.
2014 CINT User Conference

CINT held the 2014 CINT User Conference on September 22-23, 2014, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. There were three concurrent symposia:

  • Electromagnetic Metamaterials
  • Nanostructures in Polymers
  • Nanomechanical Response of Composite, Complex, and Thin Structures

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Dr. William Gerberich from University of Minnesota Instrumentation Approach to Scaling Mechanical Behavior
  • Dr. Federico Capasso from Harvard University - Flat Optics with Designer Metasurfaces
  • Dr. Michael Rubinstein from University of North Carolina - Airway Surface Brush Sweeps Lungs Clean: Polymer Physics Helps Us Breathe Easier
2013 CINT User Conference

CINT held the 2013 User Conference on September 24-26, 2013, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. There were three concurrent symposia:

  • Dynamics of Soft and Biological Nanocomposites: Manipulation and Integration
  • Complex Metal Oxides and Unconventional Interfaces
  • Light Emission and Interaction with Si and Ge Nanostructures

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Dr. Zhenan Bao from Stanford University - Organic and Carbon Nano Materials for Electronic Skin
  • Dr. Ichiro Takeuchi, University of Maryland Dynamic nano-second resolved piezoresponse and robust magnetoelectric coupling in multiferroic thin films and heterostructures
  • Dr. Axel Scherer from California Institute of Technology - From Lab-on-a-Chip to Lab-in-the-Body: The Role of Nanotechnology in the Miniaturization of Medical Diagnostic Tools
WONTON 2013

The 5th WONTON (Workshop on Nanotube Optics and Nanospectroscopy) was held in Santa Fe, June 16-20. The plenary speaker was Millie Dresselhaus, who spoke on her personal perspectives of graphene research and the WONTON conference.

Nanophotonics at the NSRC 2013

CINT, along with the other Nanoscale Science Research Centers (NSRCs), hosted a "Nanophotonics at the NSRCs" symposia at the CLEO conference June 9-14, 2013, in San Jose, CA. For more information, please contact Igal Brener.

2012 CINT User Conference

CINT held the 2012 CINT User Conference on September 18-20, 2012, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. There were three concurrent symposia:

  • Nanoparticle Biocompatibility
  • NanoMechanics of Top Down and Bottom Up Nanonstructures
  • Nanowires

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Dr. Charles Lieber from Harvard University - Nanowires, Nanoscience and Emerging Nanotechnologies
  • Dr. Oskar Painter from the California Institute of Technology - Chip-Scape Optomechanics: Towards Quantum Light and Sound
  • Dr. Vicki Colvin from Rice University - The Nano-bio Interface Applications and Implications
2011 CINT User Conference

We had a very successful 2011 CINT User Conference in Albuquerque, NM on September 14-16, 2011. There were two concurrent symposia:

  • Single Element Addressability and Control from Soft to Hard Materials
  • Probing Dynamic Nano Interfaces

The three plenary speakers were:

  • Raymond Orbach from Director of The University of Texas at Austin's Energy Institute and former US DOE Undersecretary for Science -Our Sustainable Earth
  • Michael Flatt from The University of Iowa - Solotronics: Manipulation, Control, and Application of a Solitary Dopant within a Semiconductor
  • Ivan Schuller from The University of California at San Diego - NanoHybrids: Confinement, Proximity and Induced Phenomena
Successful Symposium at Fall 2010 MRS meeting

Symposium Y, Nanomaterials Integration for Electronics, Energy, and Sensing, was held at the Fall Annual Meeting of the Materials Research Society, November 29-December 3, 2010, in Boston, MA. The Symposium addressed the area of the integration of nanomaterials into architectures and systems extending from the nanoscale to the microscale and beyond. Nanomaterials integration is the central theme of CINT and the Symposium topics were of interest to CINT users. The Symposium was organized by Tom Picraux (CINT chief scientist), Mark Reed (Yale University), James Hannon (IBM Research Yorktown Heights), and Wim C. Sinke (ECN Solar Energy, The Netherlands). The Nanomaterials Integration Symposium had 260 presentations, including 12 invited speakers, 9 oral sessions and 4 poster sessions. It received the largest number of abstract submissions of the 50 symposia being held at this Fall's MRS Meeting.

Theory and Simulation of Nano-scale Materials Workshop

CINT hosted the Theory and Simulation of Nano-scale Materials Workshop, October 14-15, 2010, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The primary aim of the workshop was to bring together scientists from the five DEO Office of Science Nanoscale Science Research Centers to discuss recent developments in the theory and simulations of nanomaterias. The workshop organizer was Gary Grest at gsgrest@sandia.gov.