CNSI Special Seminar: The Science of Contact-Electrification and the Technology of Triboelectric Nanogenerators

CNSI Auditorium 570 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Speaker: Zhong Lin Wang School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia USA Contact electrification (CE) (or usually called “triboelectrification”) effect, the most fundamental effect for electricity, has been known for over 2600 years since ancient Greek time, but its scientific mechanism remains unclear. The study of triboelectrification is recently revived […]

UCLA NanoLab Mask-Shop Services


The UCLA NanoLab is happy to announce the next webinar event entitled: UCLA NanoLab Mask-Shop Services. The webinar will be accessible by Zoom on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 from 10:30am-11:30am. Links to the webinar are provided below. The first 30 minutes will be a presentation provided by Dr. Joe Zendejas that will be followed by […]

Structure and Surfaces at the Nanoscale


By Prof. Vanessa Wood Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering ETH Zürich This lecture is being broadcast through Zoom: Liquid-phase and wet-processing techniques offer tremendous opportunities for low-cost manufacturing and enable the concept of large-scale nanotechnology. Today, these approaches have facilitated the massive upscaling of lithium ion battery technology and promise to play […]

Advanced Photonics Colloquium


This free technical event will take place over three days, featuring well-known researchers in the hottest areas of photonics research, including nanophotonics, metasurfaces, quantum, and imaging. Browse the program and register here.

Noble Fund Seminar Series – May 23, 2023

Noble Family Innovation Fund Seminar Series: Sam Emaminejad and Ben Wu “A minimally-invasive bioanalytics-enabled wearable technology for personalized therapeutics” — Arion Chatziioannou and Qibing Pei “Time of Flight PET Scan Based on Nanocomposite Scintillator” Tuesday, May 23rd CNSI 5th Floor Presentation Space Noon - 1:30 PM UCLA research teams hastening progress in areas from cancer […]