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nano@stanford Open House

nano@stanford Open House

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October 25, 2023 | 12pm - 6pm PDT

All are welcome to visit us for the nano@stanford Open House, which will be held in the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center (Foyer & Amphitheater)!!  This event will feature a Research Showcase (poster session), a Vendor Expo, and the opportunity to interact with industry professionals and representatives from other NNCI sites.  The nano@stanford Lab Member Collaborative and EH&S also will be hosting a nano@stanford Trivia Night, with pizza and prizes thanks to Intel!

Please come network with the community, support your fellow lab members, and join us for all the festivities!

12pm - 5pm   Vendor Expo

12pm - 4pm   Research Showcase Poster Session (~40 posters)

12pm - 6pm   Lawn games! (giant jenga and connect 4, cornhole, kerplunk)

2pm - 4pm    Facility tours with instrument demos

12pm - 4:30pm  "Nanoland" Scavenger Hunt (for raffle prizes)

4pm - 6pm      nano@stanford Trivia Night (with prizes)

Research Showcase Poster Session

All are welcome to attend this Research Showcase to learn about your fellow nano@stanford lab members' research activities!  Please join us to support our lab community and vote for your favorite poster:


  • 2D Nanoribbon Exfoliation for Exploration of Optical and Electrical Properties — Ashley Saunders
  • 3D, Shape-Specific, Scalable, Micro-Fabricated Particle Production via Roll-to-Roll Printing and Continuous Liquid Interface Production (r2rCLIP) — Jason Kronenfeld
  • A Cell-Free Assay to Quantify the Efficiency of Viral Endosomal Escape — Ahanjit Bhattacharya
  • A Direct-Print Technology for Highly Customizable Neural Interfaces with Cellular Resolution — Pingyu Wang
  • Deep Etching of Diamond for Nanophotonics — Hannah Kleidermacher
  • Domed Disk Resonators in Diamond — Abigail Stein
  • Drug Counterfeits — Else Holmfred
  • Electron Mobility Enhancement of n-type Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides from Biaxial Tensile Strain — Jerry Yang
  • Elucidating Catalyst-Adsorbemt Interactions in a Dual-Function Material for CO2 Capture and Conversion — Shradha Sapru
  • Engineered Extracellular Matrices Reveal Stiffness-Mediated Chemoresistance in Patient-Derived Pancreatic Cancer Organoids — Daiyao Zhang
  • Fabrication of Epsilon-Near-Zero Metamaterial with Anomalous Refraction — Alsyl Enriquez
  • Fabrication of Nanoconfined Environments for Single-Molecule Experiments- Louis Wang
  • Fabrication of Silicon Pocket Wafers for Academic Use — Joaquin Arig, Ryan Hernandez, Sanya Gowda
  • In-Situ Synchrotron-Based Characterization of Soft Materials Properties and Behavior — Anjani Maurya
  • Investigations of Strange Binding in High Temperature Carbon — Nick Montes
  • Large-area Synthesis of Highly Ordered Mesoporous Thin Film Metal Oxides via Solution Rapid Oxidation — Thomas Colburn
  • Mechanical Stress in Multilayered Films — Donald Gardner
  • Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition Use Case and Troubleshooting — Michelle Chaires
  • Microporous Graphene Aerogel in Microgravity: Thermal Conductivity — Jasmine Cox
  • Millimeter-scale Exfoliation of hBN with Flake Thickness Selectivity — Amy McKeown-Green
  • Nanometric Localization of Submembranous Proteins with SUB-Immunogold Scanning Electrong Microscopy — Katharine Miller
  • nanoSIMS Reveals Trends in Single-Cell Activity in a Hypersaline Brine Pool Analogous to Other Ocean Worlds — Emily Paris
  • New Materials to Support New Platforms Beyond Traditional Microelectronics — Daisy O'Mahoney
  • Nucleation Delay and Characterization of Al2O3 & HFO2 Materials in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD)- Chau Vu, Caitlin Webster
  • Operando Multi-Modal Synchrotron Study on Lithium Sulfur Batteries Self Discharge Behaviors — Riley Zhang
  • Process Support as a nano@stanford Intern: Electron Beam Lithography and Electron Beam Evaporation — Nicoya Reihaneh, Lillian Ngo, Antoine Moret
  • Single Step ELISA — Gabrielle Vukasin
  • Spin Wave-based Electronics: a New Platform for Energy Efficient Information Processing — Lerato Takana and Sauviz Alaei
  • Study of Bias Stress Stability in Indium Tin Oxide Transistors — Sumaiya Wahid
  • The Chemistry, Formation and Passivation of Solid-Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) at Li-metal Potential — Weilai Yu
  • The Shapes of Immunostimulatory Complexes of LL-37 with Nucleic Acids — Claudi Zielke
  • The Trade-off Between Efficiency and Stability in Mn2+ Doped Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes — Sebastian Fernández
  • Topological Magnetism and Efficient Spintronics in Thin Film Magnetic Insulators — Sanyum Channa
  • Ultralight Night Vision Imaging System Without External Power Supply — Manchen Hu
  • Understanding the Interactions of 2D Materials and Guest Species — Yecun Wu
  • Using Finite-Element Method Stimulations to Understand EIS of Supported Lipid Bilayers Formed on Conductive Polymer Electrodes — Leandro Mele

Vendor Expo

Many of your favorite fabrication and characterization equipment vendors will be here to tell you about their latest technologies and answer your questions!  There will likely be some great swag to stock up on!  Below is a list of companies that will be at the Vendor Expo:

Agilent Technologies


Bruker Corporation


GenISys GmbH

Heidelberg Instruments

Intel Corporation

KLA Corporation

Kurt J. Lesker Company



Notion Systems GmbH

Osiris International GmbH


Postnova Analytics GmbH

Prudential Overall Supply

Raith GmbH

Rogue Valley Microdevices

Valutek Inc.

nano@stanford Trivia Night

The nano@stanford Lab Member Collaborative and EH&S will be hosting a nano@stanford Trivia Night from 4pm - 6pm.  Come join your fellow lab members to test your knowledge about the facilities and learn best safety practices!  Thanks to our event sponsor, Intel, there will be pizza and prizes.