Designing Nanostructures by Glancing Angle Deposition
 

Time: 14:00~16:00

Date: Sept. 27 , 2010
Location: The Institute for Advanced Materials and Nano Biomedicine (iNANO), 67 Chifeng Road
Reporter: Prof. Yiping Zhao (Department of Physics and Astronomy ,The University of Georgia, Athens, GA )
Abstract:

Three-dimensional nanostructures can be fabricated by the glancing angle deposition technique. By rotating the substrate in both polar and azimuthal directions, one can fabricate desired nanostructures, such as nano-rod arrays with different shapes, nano-spring arrays, and even multilayer nanostructures. This method offers a fully three-dimensional control of the nanostructure with additional capability of self-alignment. There is almost no limitation on materials that can be fabricated into desired nanostructures. In this talk, I will discuss the art of the glancing angle deposition technology, and its potential applications in chemical/biological sensing and nanomechanical systems such as catalytic nanomotors.

Short Biography
Dr. Yiping Zhao received his B.S. degree in Electronics from Peking University in 1991, and MS degree in condensed matter physics from Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1994. He completed his Ph.D. degree in Physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1999. He is currently a Professor at the Department of Physics and Astronomy in University of Georgia. Prof. Zhao is the author or co-author of over 150 peer reviewed journal papers, 1 book, 4 book chapters, and 4 US patents. He has received the 2009 UGA Creative Research Medal, 1999 American Vacuum Society Graduate Student Award, and 1998 Materials Research Society Graduate Student Silver Medal Award. His major research interests are nanostructures and thin films fabrication and characterization, chemical and biological sensors, hydrogen storage materials, novel photocatalyst, biomaterials, and nanomotors.

 

 
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