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Free seminar on nanotechnology applications

NANOtechnology Seminar Series coming to A city NEAR YOU!

March 04, 2005

Join HORIBA Jobin Yvon for a free seminar on nanotechnology applications in 10 cities across the United States.

Explore how Ellipsometry, Fluorescence, Raman and Glow Discharge Spectroscopy are being used to develop and understand the properties of smart surfaces, nanotubes, nanofilms, nanocolloidal metallic films, quantum dots and self-assembled monolayers.

Nanotechnology Applications

  • Use of quantum dots and carbon nanotubes as bio-labels (UV to nIR)
  • Display Technology
  • Forensic Labeling (anti-counterfeiting)
  • Size and Chirality Sorting Analysis
  • Semiconductor LED devices
  • Microelectronics
  • Microfabrication
  • Semiconductor characterization
  • Stress measurements
  • Nanotube characterization, chirality and size
  • Quantum Dots
  • Engineering sensors
  • Smart surfaces
  • Hardness and tribological coatings
  • Optical characterization of nanocolloidal metallic films
  • Heterogeneous nanofilms
  • Self assembled monolayers
  • Langmuir-Blodgett films
  • Anisotropy of polymer films

Each seminar includes a free multi-media CD-ROM of applications and presentation material. Lunch and refreshments are included each day. Join us in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Edison, Houston, Irvine, and San Jose.

For a detailed list of dates and to register, please visit

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