Symposium E-3: Advanced Nano-Manufacturing for Multi-functional Nanosystems

(Mechanics in Materials Science)

Symposium Organizers:

Hongli Zhu, Northeastern University
h.zhu@neu.edu

Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University
wenzhuowu@purdue.edu

Huanyu Cheng, The Pennsylvania State University
huanyu.cheng@psu.edu

Yang Yang, University of Central Florida
Yang.Yang@ucf.edu

Ying Li, University of Connecticut
yingli@engr.uconn.edu

Symposium Technical Description

Advanced Nano-manufacturing is the production of useful nano-scale materials, structures, devices and systems in an economically viable manner.  Flexible electronics immerge as a promising research field with huge market potential. The mechanics, materials, and fabrication process in flexible and stretchable electronics are attracting broad attention. For example, with the development of nano-ink, people can print electronics on flexible substrate via roll to roll or sheet to sheet process; Multifunctional fiber, textile, and paper have broad application in flexible and wearable electronics and energy storage, which is extremely important for advanced nano-manufacturing. This SES symposium is intended to provide a forum for scientists and engineers working in advanced nano manufacturing, nano materials, and the related fields to communicate recent progress on current technologies and to exchange ideas about next-generation solutions.

Topics addressed in this symposium will include (but will not be limited to):

  • Electronics devices fabrication, such as piezoelectronics, flexible electronics, plasmonics and nanophotonics,
  • Advanced nanomanufacturing process, such as 3D printing, roll to roll printing
  • Nano–manufacturing of functional materials, such as 0D, 1D and 2D nano materials preparation at relative large scale
  • Nano-manufacturing for energy applications, such as solar cells, batteries, and hydrogen evolution reaction
  • Fundamental nano-manufacturing science, such as mechanical/thermal/electrical/optical and multi-scale modeling
  • Mechanics and materials in advanced technologies, energy harvesting and storage (batteries, super-capacitors, PV), flexible/stretchable electronics, and organic electronics
  • Other emerging applications such as smart materials, membranes and others

Technical Program

Monday | M1 10:00am-11:40am

E3-1: Advanced Nano-Manufacturing for Multi-functional Nanosystems
Room 1309 Session Chair: Hongli Zhu, Wenzhuo Wu, Huanyu Cheng, Yang Yang, Ying Li  

Track E: Mechanics in Materials Science

10:00 am Nanoscale metrology and operando characterization for data-driven scientific understanding of carbon nanotube manufacturing

Mostafa Bedewy

10:20 am Fabrication of stretchable supercapacitors based on wrinkled CNT macrofilms (Invited)

Bingqing Wei

10:40 am Large-scale assembly of functional 1D nanowires into skin electronics (Invited)

Chi Hwan Lee

11:00 am Nano-manufacturing to enhance polymer surface characteristics for bio- and energy- applications (Invited)

Dong Sung Kim, Dongwhi Choi, Sang Min Park

 Monday | M2 13:00pm-14:40pm

E3-2: Advanced Nano-Manufacturing for Multi-functional Nanosystems
Room 1309 Session Chair: Hongli Zhu, Wenzhuo Wu, Huanyu Cheng, Yang Yang, Ying Li  

Track E: Mechanics in Materials Science

13:00 pm A first principle investigation of early stages of CVD growth of graphene: solubility of C in Cu and Ni

Abhilash Harpale, Huck Beng Chew

13:20 pm Seed layer mediated crystallization of amorphous intermetallic films to obtain tailored microstructures

Jagannathan Rajagopalan

13:40 pm Bioinspired metal ion coordinated polyelectrolyte nanoreactors (Invited)

Lei Zhai

14:20 pm Physics and applications of plasmonic nanofocusing in deep sub-wavelength scale (Invited)

Liang Pan

Monday | M3 15:00pm-16:40pm

E3-3: Advanced Nano-Manufacturing for Multi-functional Nanosystems
Room 1309 Session Chair: Hongli Zhu, Wenzhuo Wu, Huanyu Cheng, Yang Yang, Ying Li  

Track E: Mechanics in Materials Science

15:00 pm Wrinkle and crack formation during fabrication of soft/metallic bilayers

Antonia Antoniou, Timothy Ibru, Kyriaki Kalaitzidou

15:20 pm Surface instability of graphene supported by polymer substrate: toward stretchable and flexible electronics

Ying Li

15:40 pm High-rate nanomanufacturing and printing of electronics, sensors, energy and functional materials applications (Invited)

Ahmed Busnaina

16:10 pm Controlled mechanical buckling for origami-inspired construction of 3D microstructures in advanced materials (Invited)

Yihui Zhang, Yonggang Huang, John A. Rogers