Nanotechnology (including the fabrication of metallic and magnetic nanowires, nanotubes and quantum wires) is an important areas of research and development. There are many applications for which metallic and magnetic nanowires may become important: for electronic and opto-electronic nanodevices, for metallic interconnects of quantum devices and nano devices, and to explore the limits of magnetic storage. Nanowires are likely to have many other applications in nanotechnology areas, e.g. for nano probes.
- Gerhard Fasol, SCIENCE, Vol. 280, page 545 (24 April 1998): APPLIED PHYSICS Nanowires: Small Is Beautiful (abstract)
- Quantum dot lasers: Gerhard Fasol, SCIENCE, Vol. 280, page 545 (24 April 1998): PERSPECTIVE: Fast, Cheap, and Very Bright (abstract)
Presentations about this and related work have been given at many institutions, companies and international conferences, including:
- Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering, EMD/ISS/POEM Joint Seminar, Room C-207 E-Quad, Monday April 6, 1998 4:00pm, Gerhard Fasol: Recent Development in Blue Laser and Nanoscale Materials
- National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Symposium on Device Applications of Nanoscale Materials, March 30, 1998 (10:30am – 11:10am), Gerhard Fasol: Selective Electrodeposition of Magnetic and Metallic Nanowires: A New Approach to a Fundamental Technology
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