Understanding physics and chemistry at the nanoscale is important for designing and developing miniature sensors and devices that exploit nanoscale effects. By doing so, we build the foundation of an exciting convergence of many traditionally separate fields of science.
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"What makes SMART Lab. unique is the professor who constantly redefines the boundaries of research in nanoscale science areas; the mix of smart and passionate students; and the excellent resources. "
In the News
Jun. 01, 2015 Dr. Jinmyoung Joo
(Department of chemistry and biochemistry, University of California, San Diego) gave us a talk on
"In vivo targeted delivery of biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles"
Jun. 01, 2015 Dr. Dongkyu Lee
(KIMM, Korea) gave us a talk on
"Fully automated molecular diaagnosis by a novel cartridge-based platform"
Jan. 08, 2015 Prof. Seonghwan Kim
(Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, U. of Calgary) gave us a talk on
"Point and standoff sensing using quantum cascade lasers"