CeNSE Second Annual Nanotechnology Contest

 

A call for work completed with assistance of CeNSE facilities or staff was made to all researchers and students with the following three categories:

1. Image Category.  SEM, TEM, AFM, or any of the optically related images. 

 

Winner: Matt Bresin for "Crystal Field"

 

2. Publication category.  Submissions can include any published paper.  Only one submission per first author. 

 

Winner: Vinayak Bhat

Bhat, V.; Woods, J.; Hastings, J.T.; De Long, L.E.; Sklenar, J.; Ketterson, J.B.; Heinonen, O.; Rivkin, K.; Metlushko, V., "Low-field FMR studies of magnetic confinement effects in patterned ferromagnetic thin films," Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), 2011 International Conference on , vol., no., pp.718,721, 12-16 Sept. 2011

 

3. Poster Presentations Category.  Any poster presentation based partially on work done at CeNSE was eligible.  The winner was chosen based on both aesthetic and scientific appeal.

 

Winner: Jenn Fischer

All winners were chosen by a small anonymous committee headed by Brian Wajdyk with the mandate of impartiality. Below are the winning submissions. All images are clickable links to submitted work.

 

1. Image Category.  SEM, TEM, AFM, or optical images were acceptable. 

Winner is Matthew Bresin for "Crystal Field"

 

 
2. Publication Category.  Submissions can include any published paper.  Only one submission per first author. 

 

Winner is Vinayak Bhat

Bhat, V.; Woods, J.; Hastings, J.T.; De Long, L.E.; Sklenar, J.; Ketterson, J.B.; Heinonen, O.; Rivkin, K.; Metlushko, V., "Low-field FMR studies of magnetic confinement effects in patterned ferromagnetic thin films," Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), 2011 International Conference on , vol., no., pp.718,721, 12-16 Sept. 2011

 

 

3. Poster Presentation Category.  Any poster presentation based partially on work done at CeNSE was eligible.  The winner was chosen based on both aesthetic and scientific appeal.

 

Winner is Jennifer Fischer "Assessment of Microgroove-Aligned Endothelial Cells for in vitro Simulations"