CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
The Kavli Nanoscience Institute invites applications and nominations for Prize Postdoctoral Fellowships in Nanoscience. This Fellowship Program has been established to offer scientists, typically within a few years after receipt of the Ph.D. degree, the opportunity to pursue new and innovative experimental research at the frontiers of nanoscience and engineering. Learn more… 09-29-14
2014 MRS Fall Meeting Speaker
The MRS Awards Committee has selected KNI Board member, Julia Greer, to deliver the Kavli Early Career Lecture-ship in Nanoscience at the 2014 MRS Fall Meeting on November 30.
2014 Kavli Prize Ceremony
Nai-Chang Yeh, Co-Director of the KNI, shown at an event surrounding the 2014 Kavli Prize ceremony in Norway. Included in the photo is Gunnar Nilsen, nephew of Fred Kavli and member of the Kavli Foundation Board of Directors; and Jackie Hewitt, Director of the Kavli Institute at MIT.
Photographer: Glenn Røkeberg
2014 Kavli Prize laureates announced
Watch the webcast and learn more about the laureates here.
KNI-MDL Seminar Series
Join us on Tuesday, November 4, at 4 pm in 125 Steele Lab, for our next seminar with an informal reception to follow. Sander Weinrab will give a talk on "Cryogenic Microwave Amplifiers for Quantum Computing and Radio Astronomy" and Jose Siles from JPL will speak on "Advanced Schottky Diode Based Devices and Silicon Micromachining for Next Generation Ultra-Compact Terahertz Frontends ". The Kavli Nanoscience Institute (KNI) at Caltech and the Microdevices Laboratory (MDL) at JPL co-host the KNI-MDL Seminar series, featuring talks on current research at each facility. 10-30-14
Ceramics Don't Have To Be Brittle
Researchers in Julia Greer's group have developed a method for constructing new structural materials by taking advantage of the unusual properties that solids can have at the nanometer scale. Read more in the Caltech Media article or the Science article. 09-22-14
Applied Physics Prize
Harry Atwater, KNI board member and director of the Resnick Sustainability Institute, has been named a recipient of this year's Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics. He has made key contributions to the research area of nanophotonics, the science of light at the nanoscale, in particular, pioneering the use of metallic nanostructures that support optical resonances called surface plasmons, to control light at the nanoscale. Read more. 09-09-14
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