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MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina was awarded a patent for developing an “Interfacial convective assembly for high aspect ratio structures without surface treatment”.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & Director of the Kostas Nanoscale Research Center Siva Somu were awarded a patent for “High rate electric field driven nanoelement assembly on an insulated surface”.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & Director of the Kostas Nanoscale Research Center Siva Somu were awarded a patent for “Damascene template for directed assembly and transfer of nanoelements”.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina has been selected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for having demonstrated a highly prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on the quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & Director of the Kostas Nanoscale Research Center Siva Somu were awarded a patent for “Single-walled carbon nanotube biosensor for detection of glucose, lactate, and urea”.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina, director of the Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing, unveiled NanoOPS Gen 2, the university’s second-generation-nanoscale offset printing system located in the George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security in Burlington.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina, the Director of Northeastern’s NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, was invited by The National Center for Nano Science and Technology in China to be part of this year Directors’ Forum for Nanotechnology in Beijing on August 28, 2017.
The Methodist DeBakey Cardiovascular Journal (MDCVJ) reports on leading edge research, diagnosis, and treatments from specialists at the Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center and other invited contributors. In Volume 12, Number 3 (July-September 2016), numerous faculty and one PhD student had their research featured in the journal. Nucleic Acid Delivery for Endothelial Dysfunction in […]
Ahmed Busnaina & Siva Somu awarded patent for a “Nanoscale interconnects fabricated by .electrical field directed assembly of nanoelements”.
Ahmed Busnaina, Yung Joon Jung, & Siva Somu awarded patent for a “Chemical sensor based on highly organized single walled carbon nanotube networks”.
CHN researchers Ahmed Busnaina, Siva Somu, & Cihan Yilmaz were awarded a patent for "High rate electric field driven nanoelement assembly on an insulated surface". Abstract Source: USPTO A method for high rate assembly of nanoelements into two-dimensional void patterns on a non-conductive substrate surface utilizes an applied electric field to stabilize against forces resulting […]
The NNI Strategic Plan outlines the high-level goals and priorities they will be pursuing in the next few years which should benefit the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN).
MIE Professor & CHN Director Ahmed Busnaina was an invited speaker at the 2016 International Conference on Planarization/ CMP Technology to address the Role of CMP in the Nanoscale Printing of Electronics, Sensors, Energy and Functional Materials Applications.
Prof Busnaina participates in an International Assessment of Research in Nanomodular Materials and Systems by Design
MIE Professor & CHN Director Ahmed Busmaina was one of the seven experts to participate in the International Assessment of Research in Nanomodular Materials and Systems by Design issued by the World Technology Evaluation Center.
MIE Professor & CHN Director Ahmed Busnaina and Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung spoke at the 13th Annual US-Korea Forum on Nanotechnology which focused on Neuromorphic computing and Water & energy sustainability.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & ECE Professor Nicol McGruer were awarded a patent for “Directed assembly of carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles using nanotemplates”.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & Director of the Kostas Nanoscale Research Center Siva Somu were awarded a patent for Damascene template for directed assembly and transfer of nanoelements.
CHN hosted a webinar for the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) that focused on the experiences, successes, and challenges for SMEs working in nanotechnology and on issues of interest to the business community.
At the IDTechEx conference and exhibition in Berlin last week, the College's NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing received the Acaademic R&D Award for its achievement in developing and commercializing printed electronics technologies. Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, the host of the event, noted that "Our esteemed judges are all from companies that are potential users of the technology. This adds […]
2016 Faculty and Staff Awards Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2015-2016 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Kaushik Chowdhury, ECE Carol Livermore, MIE Marilyn Minus, MIE Rising Star Staff Award Gabrielle Fiorenza, Co-op Nicole Nightingale, Dean’s Office Outstanding Teachers […]
President Joseph E. Aoun joined Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker at an event announcing a $3 million grant, which will establish the Advanced Nanomanufacturing Cluster for Smart Sensors and Materials, or ANSSeM, that comprises research universities and private manufacturing companies.
Prof. Busnaina to give Keynote at International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society Conference
MIE Distinguished University Professor Ahmed Busnaina will deliver the keynote presentation entitled “High-rate nano and microscale printing of electronics and sensors” at the 2016 International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society's RF and Manufacturing Packaging (RaMP) Workshop.
Distinguished University Professor Ahmed Busnaina is an invited speaker at the Smart Materials and Future of e-writing workshop to be held in Ohio on April 12-14, 2016. Busnaina will be speaking about “Printing of Smart Sensors and Materials". Smart Materials (defined as materials which can be significantly changed by factors such as stress, temperature, pH, […]
MIE Distinguished University Professor Ahmed Busnaina is giving a keynote presentation on “A Trillion Sensors for Health Care” at the International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society (iMAPS) 43rd New England Symposium.
MIE Distinguished University Professor Ahmed Busnaina is speaking on Northeastern's unique expertise in High-Rate Nano and Microscale Printing of Electronics, Sensors and Functional Materials Applications at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe Conference 2016.
Prof Ahmed Busnaina spoke to members of the International Microelectronics And Packaging Society about nano and microscale printing of electronics and sensors, and functional materials applications.
Dr. Ahmed Busnaina, the Director of the NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing spoke recently in Monterey, CA, at the 15th Annual Flexible Printed Electronics Conference (2016Flex). Focusing on flexible electronics, 2016Flex brought together hundreds of leaders in research, industry, and government from the US, including military agencies, defense contractors, electronics firms, suppliers, equipment manufacturers, and […]
Ahmed Busnaina will give two presentations at the 2015 NanoTechnology For Defense Conference (NT4D) in City of Industry, CA. Wednesday, November 18, 9:20 AM: Carbon Nanotubes Based Resistive Sensor for Detection of Chemical and Bio Analytes Thursday, November 19, 2:25 PM: Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) for Additive Printing of Devices and Structures for Electronics, Sensors, and Advanced Materials […]
Ahmed Busnaina will give the plenary keynote, "High-Rate Nanoscale Printing for Sensors, Energy and Materials Applications", at the Sensors Global Summit conference in La Jolla, CA.
CHN’s NanoOPS technology is a finalist in the Process/Prototyping category in the R&D 100 Awards to be held on November 12-13, 2015 in Las Vegas.
A 2nd Patent was awarded this month to CHN researchers Ahmed Busnaina, Siva Somu, & Cihan Yilmaz for “High rate electric field driven nanoelement assembly on an insulated surface”.
A patent for "Nanoscale interconnects fabricated by electrical field directed assembly of nanoelements" was awarded to CHN researchers Ahmed Busnaina, Cihan Yilmaz, & Siva Somu.
A new patent, "System and method for integrating a single nanowire into a nanocircuit," was issued this week to CHN researchers Sivasubramanian Somu, Ahmed Busnaina, Nicol McGruer, and George Adams.
The editors of R&D Magazine have selected the CHN’s NanoOPS: Nanoscale Offset Printing System as a finalist for a 2015 R&D 100 Award in the Process/Prototyping category.
CHN’s Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) has received a 2015 TechConnect National Innovation Award.
Electronic Products magazine has cited the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing in its July 2015 cover story on printed and flexible electronics: "P/F Sensors: their future and challenges".
The Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN) Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) will be showcased at this year’s TechConnect World Innovation Summit & Expo, June 15-17.
MIE University Distinguished Professor Ahmed Busnaina is featured in "From Lab To Fab: Pioneers in Nanomanufacturing," a new film by the Boston Museum of Science.
CHN’s Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) will be showcased at this year’s TechConnect World Innovation Summit & Expo, June 15-17, 2015.
The NanoOPS technology developed by CHN will be showcased at this year’s TechConnect World Innovation Summit & Expo.
Advanced Materials has published an article entitled "High-Rate Nanoscale Offset Printing Process Using Directed Assembly and Transfer of Nanomaterials", by NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing researchers about technology developed at CHN.
MIE’s Ahmed Busnaina, Cihan Yilmaz, & Siva Somu were awarded a patent for creating “Nanoscale interconnects fabricated by electrical field directed assembly of nanoelements”
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina was awarded a patent for creating “Patterned nanosubstrates made by directed self assembly of amphiphilic molecules”.
Congratulations to Nimet Yildirim, a Ph.D. student in the bioengineering program and in the CEE department, advised by CEE Prof. April Gu and MIE Prof. Ahmed Busnaina, along with the coauthors Jin Young Lee, Han Chul Cho and Sivasubramanian Somu, for winning the Young Researchers Forum Award from the 2014 IEEE Biosensors & Bioelectronics conference.
The Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security had a ribbon cutting celebration for NanoOPS, a new state-of-the-art nanoscale printing system developed by CHN.
MIE’s Ahmed Busnaina, Moneesh Upmanyu, & Sivasubramanian Somu were awarded a patent for “Highly organized single-walled carbon nanotube networks and method of making using template guided fluidic assembly”
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina was awarded his third patent in three months for inventing a “Directed assembly of a conducting polymer”. His other two patents this year were for a "Multi-biomark biosensor" and a "Method of integrating a single nanowire into a nanocircuit".
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina & Research Associate Professor Sivasubramanian Somu were awarded a patent for their Multi-biomarker Biosensors. Professor Busnaina's previous patent was a a "Method of integrating a single nanowire into a nanocircuit".
Sivasubramanian Somu (MIE), Ahmed Busnaina (MIE), Nicol McGruer (ECE), & George Adams (MIE) were awarded a patent for their method of integrating a single nanowire into a nanocircuit. The nano-electromechanical switch uses carbon nanotubes as the actuation element.
Ahmed Busnaina, the William Lincoln Smith Professor and director of the NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing at Northeastern, has developed a method called directed assembly that he calls the 3-D printing of tomorrow. It is faster, cheaper, and more versatile than traditional 3-D printing, and he said it could enable a […]
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Professor Ahmed Busnaina was awarded a patent for designing a “3D Nanoscale Circuit Interconnect & Method of Assembly by Dielectrophoresis”. Professor Busnaina has obtained numerous awards and honors in his time in the industry, as well as being a widely published author. He also occupies a position of leadership at the […]
Microchips are pervasive in today’s high-tech society, playing integral roles in the inner workings of your cell phone to your Keurig coffee machine. A processing technology called CMOS, or complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor, made microchips economically feasible in the 1980s, said Sivasubramanian Somu, a research scientist in Northeastern’s Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing. A critical element in any microchip is something […]
In the last two decades, the number of deaths from colorectal cancer has steadily declined, according to the American Cancer Society. While some of the decrease can be attributed to better treatment practices, early detection is another primary factor. Nonetheless, colorectal cancer is still the second leading cause of death among men and women in […]
MIE Professors Ahmed Busnaina & George Adams, and ECE Professor Nicol McGruer have been awarded a patent for their “Bistable nanoswitch”.
MIE Professors Jackie Isaacs and Ahmed Busnaina have received an $1.2M NSF grant to use LCA methods to determine the ethical, legal, and societal impacts of scaling nanomanufacturing to commercial production.
MIE Professor Ahmed Busnaina’s team was one of 34 Massachusetts groups selected to receive funding from the Department of Defense. Their research is focused on developing carbon nanotube enhanced power sources that are better than current battery technology.
Ahmed Busnaina, William Lincoln Smith Professor and director of the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN), is investigating ways of manufacturing materials which will allow structures and patterns down to 20nm or smaller using room-temperature and non-vacuum processes.
Collaboration between COE Nanomanufacturing Center and Physics yields high-impact result in journal Nanotechnology covered on PhysOrg.com
"Large scale 3D vertical assembly of single-wall carbon nanotubes at ambient temperatures." Nanotechnology 19 (2008) 455309. Faculty Leaders: Ahmed Busnaina, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Director, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing and Sri Sridhar, Physics, Director, Electronic Materials Research Institute. For the past several years, researchers have been trying to take advantage of carbon nanotubes’ good electrical properties for future […]