2020 CNF Annual Meeting

The 2020 CNF Annual Meeting was a virtual event held on September 10th. Thank you to everyone who spoke or presented a poster or asked a question or raised their hand! Our first ever virtual meeting was a huge success due to all of you!

Next we will work with the speakers and poster presenters about keeping their contributions here for posterity. Stay tuned!  In the meantime.....

 

Congratulations to all our student award winners!

Best CNF User Posters

Michael F. Reynolds, Making Microrobots with CMOS Control Circuits

Edward Szoka, Neural Probe Utilizing Micro-coil Magnetic Stimulation with CMOS Technology Integration for Spatially Programmable Neurostimulation

Wei Wang, Electrically Actuated Artificial Cilia for Microfluidic Applications (Best of the Best!)


Best CNF User Presentation

Alejandro Cortese, CFAB: Heterogeneous Integration for Microscopic Sensors and Robots


Whetten Memorial Award Winners

Marissa Granados-Baez, Cardenas Lab, The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester

Christine Harper, Hernandez Research Group, Cornell University

 

The 2020 CNF Annual Meeting Proceedings in PDF

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Lawrence S. Goldberg
Dr. Lawrence S. Goldberg
Senior Engineering Advisor, National Science Foundation
"National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure: Critical nanotechnology facilities for emerging NSF and US research priorities"
Dr. Lidija Sekaric
Dr. Lidija Sekaric
National Business Director, Distributed Energy. Siemens
"The Accelerating Energy Transition"
Dr. Nancy Stoffel
Dr. Nancy Stoffel
Horizontal Leader for Flexible Hybrid Electronics, GE Global Research
"Flexible Hybrid Electronics for the Digital Industrial World"

Invited Speakers

Melissa Bosch
Melissa Bosch
Applied & Engineering Physics, Cornell University
"Tunable Semiconductor Metasurfaces for Active Lensing"
Alejandro Cortese
Alejandro Cortese
ECE College of Engineering, Cornell University
“CFAB: Heterogeneous Integration for Microscopic Sensors and Robots”
Yaoyao Emma Long
Yaoyao Emma Long
Materials Science & Engineering, Cornell University
"Fabrication of Gallium Oxide Lateral MOSFET and FinFET"
Tao Luo
Tao Luo
Biological & Environmental Engineering, Cornell University
"Engineering Micrometer Scale Robotic Swimmers for Biomedical Applications"
Maya Martirossyan
Maya Martirossyan
Materials Science & Engineering, Cornell University
"Fabrication & Self-Assembly — Growing Crystal Structures"
Edward Szoka
Edward Szoka
Electrical & Computer Engineering, Cornell University
"Designing Neural Probes Utilizing Micro-coil Magnetic Stimulation with CMOS Technology Integration for Spatially Programmable Neurostimulation"
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