Nanofabulous Seminar: Hot tip nanoengineering: 30 years and counting
Soon after the first publication in 1985 of the atomic force microscope (AFM) attempts were made to extend AFM-based surface probing from microscopy to lithography. In this talk, I will start by giving some background how heated AFM probes were initially designed and microfabricated that led to today’s advanced thermo-mechanical probe design. The paper will then review some of our own work in t-SPL writing and pattern transfer, as well as our recent work on functional material, including silk and 2D materials. Download flyer here.
Professor of Microengineering at EPFL
At the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication Boardroom
151 Wellington Road, Clayton, 3168
Zoom link: click here
Meeting ID: 825 8329 3989 and passcode: 895050