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IEN Industry Seminar Series

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    A Discussion of Practical Applications
    ( 2017-06-28) Cruickshank, John ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Nanotronics Imaging
    Combining optical microscopy, computational super-resolution, artificial intelligence, and robotics, Nanotronics is bringing the world’s most advanced microscope to every manufacturing sector. We automate industrial microscopes used for inspection of the world's most advanced technologies: semiconductors, microchips, hard drives, LEDs, aerospace hardware, nano-fillers, nanotubes, nano-medicine, and more. Our microscopes are an integrated part of production processes at many of the world's leading manufacturers. Our software is the first industrial application for cognitive artificial intelligence that seamlessly integrates across factories and each stage of production. Nanotronics software detects and classifies nanoscale features with minimal user training. This seminar will focus on the future of advanced manufacturing and how Nanotronics is bringing tools and software to market to help achieve that vision. Central to that vision is the concept of Artificial Intelligence Process Control – a concept that will be enabled through innovation taking place in our labs and from feedback at customer sites that are beginning to transform their production lines with our technology. We plan to address advancements in image analysis software, automation, and a variety of specific use-cases we’ve encountered over the course of the past several years.
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    Laboratory Point of Use Water Systems
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-02-23) Holland, Jeffrey ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Evoqua Water Technologies
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    High-Purity Water System Operation
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-02-23) Sundstrom, Glen ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Evoqua Water Technologies
    Understanding the different high-purity water quality standards and their implications on water treatment system designs plays a critical role in the planning, development and operation of nanotechnology research and other semiconductor related facilities. Topics in first session; Understanding the critical questions that need to be asked and answered, Understanding the roles different unit operations have in the UPW process, Understanding the design philosophy employed in system design to achieve the UPW quality required. Topics in second session; Understanding what it takes to properly install and startup a UPW system, Understanding the operational and maintenance requirements, Understanding the importance of monitoring. FIRST SESSION can be accessed at: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/56520
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    Picosun Overview
    ( 2017-04-26) Lowry, Frank ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Picosun Oy
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    Introduction to Low Flow Measurement and Control
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-09-14) Brand, Oliver ; Reid, Matthew ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Brooks Instrument ; Cross Company
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    Personal Assay System for Label-free Real-time Kinetic Binding Data
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-10-13) Bundy, Ross ; Goldsmith, Brett ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Nanomedical Diagnostics
    Introducing Field Effect Biosensing (FEB), a breakthrough label-free technology for measuring biomolecular interactions. FEB is different from any technique you’ve heard of before, and it’s revolutionizing pharmaceutical development. FEB is an electrical technique that measures the current across a graphene biosensor surface functionalized with immobilized biomolecular targets. It’s a unique orthogonal methodology that works when others fail, providing accurate kinetic, affinity, and concentration measurements.
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    Quantim, and DLI Vaporizers
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-09-14) Gulla, Jeffrey ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Brooks Instrument
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    Water Quality Standards and Analytical Methodology
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-02-23) Libman, Slava ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Air Liquide ; Balazs NanoAnalysis
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    Session 1: nSpec® – Tools for the Next Industrial Revolution A History of Nanotronics & Technological Convergence
    ( 2017-06-28) Putman, Matthew ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Nanotronics Imaging
    This seminar will focus on the future of advanced manufacturing and how Nanotronics is bringing tools and software to market to help achieve that vision. Central to that vision is the concept of Artificial Intelligence Process Control – a concept that will be enabled through innovation taking place in our labs and from feedback at customer sites that are beginning to transform their production lines with our technology. We plan to address advancements in image analysis software, automation, and a variety of specific use-cases we’ve encountered over the course of the past several years.
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    IEN Industry Seminar Series: Light Scattering Boot Camp
    ( 2016-09-28) Spears, Mark W., Jr ; Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology ; Wyatt Technology
    Light scattering addresses many key analytical challenges in characterizing proteins, polymers and nanoparticles. In this seminar, we’ll review light scattering fundamentals and the understanding of dynamic and static light scattering measurements in chromatography. Session 1: Dynamic Light Scattering Session 2: Multi Angle Light Scattering Detection for Chromatography