Tremendous SENIC Representation at NNCI'S
Science Outside the Lab (SotL) Workshop
Science Outside the Lab delves into the interconnectedness of science, policy, and society. Over half of the 2022 SotL participants were selected from GT and JSNN.
"Science Outside the Lab has been a great initiative by the NNCI for spreading awareness among the NNCI graduates regarding science policies. Besides acquiring general awareness and ideologies of policymakers, this program provides good guidelines for job opportunities and preparation for fellowships and full-time careers."
-Sachin Shendokar, PhD Student in Nanoengineering, JSNN
Carbice Corporation produces Carbice®Carbon, a product that lowers device temperatures and dissipates heat away from product packaging. The company is located in Atlanta, Georgia.
NNCI Nanotechnology Entrepreneurship Challenge (NTEC)
Congratulations to JSNN student, Wesley Allen Williams, for being selected for the 2022 cohort of the NNCI Nanotechnology Entrepreneurship Challenge. His project is titled MPI Nanoparticles for the Sensing and Remediation of Toxic Incident Anthropogenically-derived Nanoplastics in the Hydrosphere.
SENIC's Education and Outreach
Education and Outreach Teams at IEN and JSNN continue to prioritize teaching the local community about the world of Nano and STEM-related concepts.
Recent spring events included:
The Nanoscience Summer Institute for Middle School Teachers (NanoSIMST) is planned for June 13-17, 2022 at IEN and the Summer ExPlorers Program for High School Students is planned for July 25-29, 2022 at JSNN.
Contact SENIC's Education and Outreach Teams at
IEN and JSNN for additional information about upcoming events and to request tours or class/group sessions.
Photos Courtesy of JSNN (top) and Georgia Tech (bottom)
Olubunmi Ayodele, PhD
Dr. Ayodele is a Research Associate for JSNN. He manages the Analytical Instrumentation Lab, NanoBioPhysics Lab and NanoChemistry Lab. He works closely with internal and external users of instrumentation in those laboratories.
Photo Courtesy of JSNN
Boston Micro Fabrication microArch S140
This instrument is now available in the Marcus Biocleanroom at IEN. Through the use of its 405 nm Digital Light Processing system (DLP), large or multiple structures can be printed simultaneously. The S140 has a large build plate and deep resin vat that make the total print volume 94mm X 52 mm X 45 mm. These factors make the printer much faster when compared to laser writing systems while still retaining high precision.
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Photo Courtesy of Georgia Tech
SENIC Catalyst Program
In support of its vision to strengthen and accelerate discovery in nanoscience and nanoengineering across the US, SENIC has established the SENIC Catalyst Program. This program will allow limited free access to the SENIC facilities to aid in research, obtain preliminary data, conduct proof of concept studies, or for educational purposes.
Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology
Georgia Institute of Technology
Marcus Nanotechnology Building
345 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332
Paul Joseph, PhD
Georgia Tech External User Contact
Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN)
North Carolina A&T State University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2907 East Gate City Boulevard
Greensboro, NC 27401
Shyam Aravamudhan, PhD
JSNN External User Contact
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