40th Anniversary Celebration

Knight Lab
Duffield Hall lit up in the evening

To celebrate our 40th anniversary, the CNF Annual Meeting held special events and invited special guest speakers to look back at our forty successful years in nanofabrication -- and look forward to the new vistas in nanotechnology.

Please join us in congratulating our student award winners:

2017 CNF Best Posters

  • Wei-Liang Chen (Poster 1 Title: GaN Fin-TFETS, Poster 2 Title: Reduced lateral confinement and its effect on stability in patterned polyelectrolyte brushes)
  • Yu Ling Huang (Poster Title: Microfluidics for modeling biological flows in breast tumor cell invasion)
  • Hong Xu (Poster Title: EUV Metal Oxide Hybrid Photoresists: Ultra-small Structures for High Resolution Patterning)
  • Siyu Zhu (Poster Title: Measurement and Modeling of Water Transport Dynamics with high temporal resolution in Apple Trees)

2017 Corning Best Poster

  • Michael Reynolds (Poster Title: Optical Electrochemical Sensing with Monolayer MoS2)

2017 CNF Whetten Memorial Awards

  • Chengyu Liu (Poster Title: Nanophotonics Enables Spectroscopy on TiO2 Surfaces)
  • Melanie Roberts (Poster Title: Microfluidic Platform for Biomechanical Testing of Bacteria)

Plenary Speaker

George Malliaras
Professor George Malliaras
Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK

Invited Speakers

Nicholas Abbott
Nicholas Abbott
Chemical & Biological Engineering
Mike Guillorn
Michael Guillorn
IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights
Paul McEuen
Paul McEuen
Physics Department, Cornell University
Christopher Ober
Christopher Ober
Lester B. Knight Director
Cornell NanoScale Facility, Cornell University
Elsa Reichmanis
Elsa Reichmanis
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jie Shan
Jie Shan
Associate Professor of Physics, The Pennsylvania State University
Narayan Sundararajan
Narayan Sundararajan
Chief Technology Officer, Grameen Intel Social Business
Principal Engineer, New Technology Group, Intel
Richard Vaia
Richard Vaia
Air Force Research Laboratory's Materials and Manufacturing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base