GAFOE

2008 German-American Frontiers of Engineering Program

Kai Sundmacher, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
Tresa M. Pollock, University of California, Santa Barbara
April 25, 2010
Nanotechnology for Medical Therapies
Justin Hanes, Johns Hopkins University
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  • Optical Addressable Nanostructures for Medical Therapies
  • Towards Minimally Invasive Treatments of Breast Tumors by Magnetically-Induced Heating
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Nanoparticle Formulations for the Systemic Administration of siRNA
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Shape and Flexibility at the Nanoscale for Drug Delivery and Stem Cell Control
April 26, 2010
Micromanufacturing / Micro Process Engineering
Patrick J. Moyer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Voker Hessel, Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz (IMM)
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  • Microfluidic Devices
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Converting Colloidal Particles into Multifunctional Materials and Devices
  • Laboratory Chip Microreactors: Analysis, Design, and Optimization of Chemical Reactions
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Pilot-Scale Micro Process Technology
Energy Harvesting More Info
  • Prometheus (un)chained – Micro Energy Technologies for Energy-Autonomous Micro Embedded Systems (EAMES)
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Biomechanical Energy Harvesting for Electricity Generation
  • Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Systems
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Nanostructuring in Thermoelectric Energy Conversion: A Time to Harvest?
April 27, 2010
Advanced Imaging Technologies
Peter N. Belhumeur, Columbia University
Til Aach, RWTH Aachen University
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  • Computational Photography: From Image Enhancement to Computational Cameras
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Navigating the World's Photographs
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • The Transport of Energy, Mass, and Momentum: Advanced Imaging Technologies as Vital Tools for Research in Complex Dynamic Systems
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium
  • Current Challenges in Medical Image Computing
    • Venue: 2008 GAFOE Symposium