Dave Conklin Presents at AVS

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Dave Conklin also gave a great presentation on the effect of nanoparticle size, molecular length, temperature and wavelength on optoelectronic properties of hybrid arrays. The mechanism of plasmon induced photo current were elaborated.also gave a great presentation on the effect of nanoparticle size, molecular length, temperature and wavelength on optoelectronic properties of hybrid arrays. The mechanism of plasmon induced photo current were elaborated.

Kendra Kathan at AVS

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Kendra Kathan gave a brilliant talk at AVS in Albuquerque in which she described her recent results on dielectric function of single molecular peptide layers. She determined the change in polarization volume on optical absorption in a Zn cofactor using a new SPM technique: Torsionally Stabilized Nano Impedance Spectroscopy.

Dave Conklin, AVS Graduate Student Award Finalist

[#Beginning of Shooting Data Section] Nikon D70 2007/04/30 11:42:42.8 Compressed RAW (12-bit) Image Size: Large (3008 x 2000) Lens: VR 55-200mm F/4-5.6 G Focal Length: 135mm Exposure Mode: Manual Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern 1/250 sec - F/16 Exposure Comp.: +0.3 EV Sensitivity: ISO 200 Optimize Image: Custom White Balance: Preset AF Mode: AF-S Flash Sync Mode: Not Attached Color Mode: Mode II (Adobe RGB) Tone Comp.: Auto Hue Adjustment: 0° Saturation: Normal Sharpening: Auto Image Comment: FELICE@XPOZD.COM                     Long Exposure NR: Off [#End of Shooting Data Section]

Dave Conklin is a finalist Nanoscale Science and Technology Graduate Student Award from AVS for his work on Plasmon Induced Electronic Transport in collaboration with all of the coauthors on the recent Nano Letters paper. He presented a special talk to the NSTD Committee in Albuquerque. Congratulations Dave!!!!!