• ICALEO 2007 Paper #M902 (Investigation on Laser Micro Ablation of Steel using Ps-Ir Pulse Bursts)

    Investigation on Laser Micro Ablation of Steel using Ps-Ir Pulse Bursts
    Authors:
    Arnold Gillner, Fraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik; Aachen Germany
    Claudia Hartmann, Fraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik; Aachen Germany
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Laser micro structuring is used for many applications in areas like electronics, sensor systems, medicine but also in the tooling industry. For the establishment of the laser ablation technique in these industries a fast, precise and reproducible process is needed.
    Today for precise laser ablation single nanosecond pulses with time spacings between pulses in the range of 10 µs are used. Ablation rates between 0.1 and 1 mm³/min are achi...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #M906 (Effect of the Double Pulse Format for Picosecond Pulse Laser Drilling in Metals)

    Effect of the Double Pulse Format for Picosecond Pulse Laser Drilling in Metals
    Authors:
    Benjamin R. Campbell, Penn State Electro-Optics Center; Freeport PA USA
    Jeffrey G. Thomas, Penn State Electro-Optics Center; Freeport PA USA
    Thomas M. Lehecka, Penn State Electro-Optics Center; Freeport PA USA
    Vladimir V. Semak, Penn State Electro-Optics Center; Freeport PA USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Using commercially available picosecond and nanosecond lasers, tests were conducted to compare the drilling performance of each laser through various materials. Experiments were performed to measure and compare conventional percussion drilling performance with the doubl...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N101 (Commercialization of Emerging Technologies: Proven Strategies for Success (Keynote Presentation - 40 Minute Presentation))

    Commercialization of Emerging Technologies: Proven Strategies for Success (Keynote Presentation - 40 Minute Presentation)
    Authors:
    Thomas Cellucci, Cellucci Associates, Inc.; Dallas TX USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Harnessing the ability to cost-effectively and efficiently develop market-driven products and services is crucial for success in business today. A set of guiding principles and practical strategies to start and profitably grow a high-technology business based on an emerging technology, such as nanotechnology will be discussed. Ample references are supplied for the reader to delve deeply into the real-world application of these principles and strategies discussed.

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N102 (Glucose Biosensor on Cellulose Microfibers Through Layer-By-Layer Nanoassembly (Invited Paper - 40 Minute Presentation))

    Glucose Biosensor on Cellulose Microfibers Through Layer-By-Layer Nanoassembly (Invited Paper - 40 Minute Presentation)
    Authors:
    Kody Varahramyan, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Mangilal Agarwal, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Q Xing, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Yuri Lvov, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    A paper-based glucose biosensor on cellulose wood microfiber has been developed based on the layer-by-layer (LbL) nanoassembly technique. LbL nanoassembly is a versatile and easy to use technique based on sequential deposition of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes or nanoparticles on surf...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N103 (Large Area Laser Parallel Fabrication of User-Defined Nanopatterns by Particle-Lens Arrays)

    Large Area Laser Parallel Fabrication of User-Defined Nanopatterns by Particle-Lens Arrays
    Authors:
    David Whitehead, University of Manchester; Manchester Great Britain
    Wei Guo, The University of Manchester; Manchester Great Britain
    Zengbo Wang, The University of Manchester; Manchester Great Britain
    Boris Luk'yanchuk, Data Storage Institute; Singapore Singapore
    Lin Li, The University of Manchester; Manchester Great Britain
    Zhu Liu, The University of Manchester; Manchester Great Britain
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Direct parallel writing nano-patterns over a large surface area is a challenging task. Techniques like electron beam and fo...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N104 (Application of Dynamic Maskless Holographic Lithography)

    Application of Dynamic Maskless Holographic Lithography
    Authors:
    Nathan J. Jenness, Duke University; Durham NC USA
    Daniel G. Cole, University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh PA USA
    Robert L. Clark, Duke University; Durham NC USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Maskless patterning techniques are increasingly implemented in materials research and manufacturing eliminating the need for masks
    or masters. Recent utilization of these techniques for biological
    patterning demonstrates the potential for successful application in
    various fields. We present a new lithographic process, dynamic
    maskless holographic lithography (DMHL), for the real-time
    configuration and arbitrary positioni...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N105 (Nanostructure Fabrication and Characterization on Crystal Silicon Substrates using Laser-assisted Scanning Tunneling Microscope)

    Nanostructure Fabrication and Characterization on Crystal Silicon Substrates using Laser-assisted Scanning Tunneling Microscope
    Authors:
    K.J. Yi, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Lincoln NE USA
    Z.Y. Yang, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Lincoln NE USA
    Yongfeng Lu, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Lincoln NE USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    As a promising approach to meet the critical requirement of shrinking feature size down to nanoscales for future electronic industry, laser-assisted scanning tunneling microscope (STM) demonstrates its capabilities of nanostructure fabrication by means of extremely localized heating induced by highly concentrated and greatly enhanced...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N106 (Conductive Paper Through Cellulose Microfibers/Carbon Nanotubes Composite)

    Conductive Paper Through Cellulose Microfibers/Carbon Nanotubes Composite
    Authors:
    Kody Varahramyan, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Mangilal Agarwal, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Yuri Lvov, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Z Zheng, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston LA USA
    Nicholas Kotov, University of Michigan; Ann Arbor MI USA
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    A layer-by-layer (LbL) nanoassembly of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT-PSS) and carbon nanotubes on lignocellulose wood microfibers has been utilized to make conductive fibers and paper. Polycation poly(ethyleneimine) (PEI) has been us...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N107 (Multi-focus System for Two-photon Polymerization using Phase Modulated Holographic Technique)

    Multi-focus System for Two-photon Polymerization using Phase Modulated Holographic Technique
    Authors:
    Kotaro Obata, Laser Zentrum Hannover; Hannover Germany
    Sven Passinger, Laser Zentrum Hannover; Hannover Germany
    Andreas Ostendorf, Laser Zentrum Hannover; Hannover Germany
    Boris Chichkov, Laser Zentrum Hannover; Hannover Germany
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Femtosecond (fs) laser processing is an attractive tool for two-photon polymerization of photosensitive polymer materials. Two-photon absorption leads to precise microfabrication with structural dimensions much smaller than the diffraction limit of the incident laser beam. In addition, polymerization oc...

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  • ICALEO 2007 Paper #N201 (Micro Laser Sintering using Aggregated Nanopowders (Keynote Presentation - 40 Minute Presentation))

    Micro Laser Sintering using Aggregated Nanopowders (Keynote Presentation - 40 Minute Presentation)
    Authors:
    Paolo Matteazzi, Department of Chemistry; Vascon di Carbonera (TV) Italy
    Presented at ICALEO 2007

    Laser assisted manufacturing appear as the most promising candidate for micro/nano manufacturing technology. The main limitation of actually existing technologies for direct fabrication using laser based processes (the others appear not competing) rely on the inability to combine: 3D gradient materials; spatial resolution better than 100 microns; careful, on-line control of processing parameters.
    A new advancement in direct micro manufacturing of metallic nanophased components (truly nanoman...

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