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Nano Science and Technology

Nanotechnology, a science that manipulates materials with atomic or molecular precision, is regarded as the next basic technology to follow Information Technology and Biotechnology. Nanotechnology promises new solutions for many of society’s greatest technological needs, including sustainable energy sources, breakthroughs in medical diagnosis and therapy, rapid advances in information technology, and exciting new strategies for manufacturing. Nanotechnology is driving the fundamental research agenda in many areas of science and engineering, and is the focus of major new R & D funding from federal agencies and the private sector.

The Nano Science and Technology Building is a state of the art educational and research facility which houses several affiliated UT programs for the promotion of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Map to NST

 
CENTER FOR NANO & MOLECULAR
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
NST 1.206B
471-2053
Sharon Bugnand
Students, Accounts, Meetings
NST 1.208A
471-2356
Deborah Peterson
Administrative Associate
NST 1.206
232-4020
Mike J. Tiner
Manager, Facility &
Shared Instrumentation
NST 4.116A
232-3695
Damon Smith
Facility Manager, Nano-Fabrication & Testing
NST 4.116A
232-3694
Yongjin Zhu
Laser Spectroscopy & Safety

NST 3.134

 

 

GRADUATE PORTFOLIO IN NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY
Katherine Willets
Assistant Professor
NST 2.104A
Graduate Student Colloquium
NST 2.102

 

Meeting Room

NST 1.104
232-1494

Conference Room

NST 1.206A
232-6449

 

NST 2.120
NST 3.134

 

 
CNM/TMI SHARED INSTRUMENTATION
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
NST 2.106
NST 2.110
Scanning Electron Microscopy (LEO)
NST 2.108
Wide Field Microscopy
NST 2.116
Fluorescence Lifetime Spectroscopy
NST 2.124
Biological Sample Preparation
NST 3.104
Sample Preparation
NST 3.112
Dual Beam Focused Ion Beam Milling
NST 3.110
Atomic Force Microscopy
NST 3.110
Polymer Characterization
NST 3.126
Organic Thin Film Deposition
NST 3.132

 

W.M. Keck Clean Room Facilities NST 4.106

 

NSF NANOTECHNOLOGY UNDERGRAUDATE EDUCATION LABORATORY
Laboratory
NST 3.118
   

 

Willets Research Group
Katherine Willets
Executive Director
NST 2.104A
471-6488
Willets Group

NST 2.118
NST 3.106

 

 
NSF IGERT PROGRAM IN ATOMIC & MOLECULAR IMAGING
C. Ken Shih
Director
NST 1.112
Annie Harding
Coordinator
NST 1.112
471-1097

 

NST B.104
232-7191

 

LABORATORY FOR SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGING
NST 2.104
471-2053
Single Molecule Spectroscopy
NST 2.112

 

College of Natural Sciences
Carol Davis
Project Manager
NST B.130
560-0383
Ann Harasimowitz
Associate Director
NST B.104
232-1064

 

ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, ENGINEERING, & SCIENCE OF TEXAS (TAMEST)
Beth Henderson
Executive Director
NST 2.136
232-4210

 

 

 

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