Links to presentations: Nano & Micro Gadgets 2005
Last update Sept 27, 2005

Title Speaker Institution

Keynote talk:

CINT: Scientific Discovery, Integration of Nanostructures,
Micro and Macro Worlds (ppt, 43 MB)

Jim Glownia
for Toni Taylor
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT)-
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Microfabrication for Quantum Physics, Plasma Physics,
and Biophysics Applications (LA-UR pending)
Tom Intrator
LANL P-24 Plasma Physics
Microfabrication of Ion Traps for Experiments in Quantum Simulation
Matthew Blain
Sandia National Laboratory

Ablation of Micro- and Nano-Particles in Plasmas: Different Regimes and
Methods of Solutions for Different Particle Sizes (LA-UR pending)

Leonid Dorf LANL P-24 Plasma Physics
Bioassay with magnetic microSpheres in flow: a method for highly parallel molecular separations of complex biological systems (pdf, 5MB) (LA-UR 05-7453)
Michelle Espy
Biological & Quantum Physics
A silicon compatible, oxide molded tungsten micromachining process
James Fleming
Sandia National Laboratory

Microprobe Development at the UCLA Basic Plasma Science Facility (pdf, 2.5 MB)

Walter Gekelman
University of California -
Los Angeles
Nano and Micro Gadgets 2005, Overview (pdf, 1.5 MB) (LA-UR 05-6867)
Tom Intrator
LANL P-24 Plasma Physics
Bohm-Aharonov holography
Damian Swift
LANL P-24 Plasma Physics
Microfabricated Ion Energy Analyzer (pdf, 1MB)
J.E. Stevens
Sandia National Laboratory - Microelectronics Development Laboratory

Novel Computational Architectures for Nano-scale Devices (pdf, 4MB)

Christof Teuscher

LANL, CCS-1   Advanced Computing Laboratory

Dynamics of charged dust grains in RF plasma sheaths (LA-UR pending)
Catalin Ticos
LANL P-24 Plasma Physics
Microparticle probes for laboratory plasmas (pdf, 1MB) (LA-UR 05-6615)
Zhehui Wang
LANL P-24 Plasma Physics

A brief description of microsystems fabrication capabilities 

Murat Okandan

Sandia National Laboratory

Micro Lasers and Nonlinear Optics (ppt, 7 MB)

Greg Hebner

Sandia National Laboratory

Brian Crone


Quantum Science in Ion Traps (and why it needs microfabriation) (pdf, 1.5 MB)
(LA-UR 05-6968)

Dana Berkeland

Biological & Quantum Physics