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BESAC Meeting November 14 – 15, 2001

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BESAC Meeting November 14 – 15, 2001

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  1. BESAC Meeting November 14 – 15, 2001 The Molecular Foundry Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Response to BESAC Questions Daniel Chemla Advanced Light Source & Materials Sciences Division, LBNL Department of Physics, UC Berkeley

  2. BESAC Questions • Nano  Macro • Relations to the “Energy” mission of BES • Private Sector contact, interest and support • Workload of Molecular Foundry management • Leverage

  3. Nanotube Junction In situ mechanical test in the TEM to measure the strength of a 12-nm thick carbon nanotube Great for research, but not scalable !!!! Currently: Nano  Micro  Macro

  4. C. B. A. A self-assembled 2D lattice with alternating rows of hairpins, with restriction site, and 4 nm nanocrystals. After using a restriction enzyme. D. Vertical and horizontal self-assembly of the linking tiles in the second layer using matching hairpins that have been restricted to match the sticky ends remaining on the lattice surface. E. Horizontal assembly of the remaining tiles not directly connected to the previous lattice. The darker nanocrystals would be made of material suitable for bits. The fully assembled lattice, after annealing to finish making the conducting wires. Scenario for integrated self assembly of logic device systems

  5. First Steps Toward Functional Systems of Nano-building Units DNA directed assemblies of 5nm and 10nm Gold nanocrystals.

  6. Vortex pattern of CdSe rods Spontaneous Assembly of Ribbons of Magnetic Nanorods Inorganic Nano-Crystals: Self Assembly & Organization

  7. CdSe P3HT Current (mA) spheres e- S rods n Nano-rod/P3HT Blends Nonlinearity & Function h+ Voltage (V) Rods: 3 x 60 nm At 514 nm and 25 W/m2 : QE=26 %, Voc = 0.70V Fill Factor=0.58, Power Eff.=4.5 % Soft & Hard Matter Synergy: First Steps toward functional systems hybrid CdSe nm-Xtals/Conducting-polymer Photovoltaic

  8. Tomorrow: Photosynthesis  Photovoltaic Cell Light Harvesting Dendrimer DNA Oligomer Acceptor Phorphyrin Organic/Inorganic Linker CdSe NanoXal “Storage”

  9. 100 nm k1 = 0.75 The CXRO Nano-writer 90 nm k1 = 0.67 80 nm k1 = 0.60 70 nm k1 = 0.52 90 nmcontact holes 70 nmcontact holes Industry Interaction: CXRO EUV Lithography Program

  10. Fluorescent microscope image of living 3T3 fibroblast cells labeled with CdSe nanocrystals. Current Private Sector Interaction • On Going Industrial Collaboration: Intel, IBM, AMD, Motorola, Seagate, Advanced Materials, HP, Dupont, Dow Chemical, Novartis, Exponent, Q-Dot, CibaVision, Shipley etc.

  11. Private Sector Interest & Future Interaction I wish you good luck in the upcoming reviews of your proposal. You can be sure that when you open, we will be among the first to come knocking at your door. Hans Coufal Manager Science and Technology IBM Almaden Research Center

  12. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory C. V. Shank Director Collaborators: Academia, Government Labs, Industry Materials Sciences Division D. S. Chemla Director Scientific Advisory Committee Molecular Foundry A. P. Alivisatos TBD Dep. Director Proposal Study Panel Education Training Office Inorganic Nanostructures Synthesis A.P. Alivisatos Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Nanofabrication J. Bokor Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Organic/Bio-Synthesis J.M.J. Fréchet Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Cell Culture C. Bertozzi Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Imaging, Characterization M. Salmeron Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Theory, S.G. Louie Facility Director TBD Lead Scientist Molecular Foundry: Organization

  13. Molecular Foundry: Leverage An investment in the Molecular Foundry will provide facility and expertise to at least 300 research groups (funded by all agencies) per year. This will spare the expense and time of each group setting up its own capability. In addition it will disseminate know-how and state of the art techniques to research institutions across the USA.