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  2011 Guadalupe Workshop Presentations

From the Lab to the Fab: A Journey through CMOS Qualification
Dr. Brent Segal, Director & Cheif Technologies, Lockheed Martin Nanosystems
John Robertson, Cambridge University, UK  
Anders, Borjesson, University of Boras, Sweden
Growth of carbon SWNTs from tight binding computer simulation
Dr. Christophe Bichara, CINaM, Marseille University, France
In situ Diganostic-based Modeling of Carbon Nanotube Growth
Alex Puretzky, Oakridge National Laboratory, USA
QM/MD Simulations of SWCNT Nucleation and Growth with and without Metal Catalysts: Implications for Experiment
Stephan Irle, Nagoya University, Japan
Theory of Chiral Growth: Nanotubes to Graphene, Graphene to Nanotubes
Boris Yakobson, Rice University, USA
Growth Graphene Mechanism
Dr. Young Hee Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
Controlled Continuous Spinning of Fibres of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes 
Dr. Krzysztof Koziol, University of Cambridge, UK
Fundamentals Issues on CVD Growth on CNTs
Dr. David Lashmore, Nanocomp Technologies, USA
SWNT Amplification: Concepts and Results
Prof. Andrew Barron, Rice University, USA
Atom-Resolved Imaging and Chirality Control of Carbon Nanotubes
Dr. Hongwei Zhu, Tsinghua University, China
Growth Mechanism of Well Aligned Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes on Quartz Substrate
Dr. Jie Liu, Duke University, USA
Growth Mechanism of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes from Non-metal Catalyst
Dr. Chang Liu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Toward Controllable Growth of Carbon Nanotubes
Dr. Avetik Harutyuyan, Honda Research Institute USA, Inc. , USA