Outreach

Outreach Activities:

for General Public •GP•, K-12 Teachers & Students •K12•, and Technology Industry •T/I•

2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001

2012 top

•K12• "The physics behind nanotechnology - as seen through our super microscope"
4 hour course with Nanotechnology Laboratory
Bio- & Nano-Technology Project SMART Summer Institute at the UNH - July 2012

•GP•
Science Cafe - Nanotechnology: Really Small Stuff Doing Really Big Things!
2 hour panel discussion
The Barley House, Concord, NH - April 2012

•K12•
"New Ways to See and Build Nano-Gadgets from Designer Molecules"
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, UNH - April 2012

2011 top

•K12• "The physics behind nanotechnology - as seen through our super microscope"
4 hour course with Nanotechnology Laboratory
Bio- & Nano-Technology Project SMART Summer Institute at the UNH - July 2011

•K12•
"New Ways to See and Build Nano-Gadgets from Designer Molecules"
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, UNH - April 2011

2010 top

•K12• "The physics of nanotechnology"
4 hour course with Nanotechnology Laboratory
Bio- & Nano-Technology Project SMART Summer Institute at the UNH - July 2010

2009 top

•K12• The Physics of Nanotechnology
4 hour course with Nanotechnology Laboratory
Bio- & Nano-Technology Project SMART Summer Institute at the University of New Hampshire, July 2009

•K12•
New Ways to See and Build Nano-Gadgets from Designer Molecules
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2009

2008
•GP•
Summer Science - Amusement Park Physics
TV presentation from Canobie Lake Park, Salem, NH
Boston Chronicle, Channel 5, June 2008

•K12•
Exploring the Nano-World that will Build Itself
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2008

•GP•
Exploring the Nano-World that will Build Itself
1 hour presentation
National Science Day, Seacoast Science Center, Rye, NH, February 2008S

2007 top

•K12•
Small, Smaller, Nano – The Science of Atom Assembly
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2007

•K12•
The Physics of Nanotechnology
1 hour presentation for AP Physics class
Winnacunnet High School, Hampton, NH, February 2007

2006 top
•K12• The Physics of Self-Assembling Nanoarrays
3 hour course with STM Laboratory Tour
K-12 Teacher Institute at the University of New Hampshire's Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing, July 2006

•K12• The Physics of Nanotechnology
4 hour course with Nanotechnology Laboratory
Bio- & Nano-Technology Project SMART Summer Institute at the University of New Hampshire, July 2006

•K12•
Small, Smaller, Nano – The Science of Atom Assembly
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2006

2005 top
•K12• Small, Smaller, Nano – The Science of Atom Assembly
1-hour presentation for 350 high school students (juniors/seniors)
New Hampshire High School Student Science Conference, Portsmouth High School, November 2005

•K12• Great views of the Nanoworld and how we can "see" down there
5 hour course with STM Laboratory Tour
K-12 Teacher Institute at the University of New Hampshire's Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing, July 2005

Foster's Online 7/29/05, Portsmouth Herald 7/29/05, Nano News Press Releases 7/31/05
•K12•
The Forces that hold the Nanoworld together - it's all about Seeing Atoms
1 hour presentation for middle school teachers
McKelvie Middle School, Bedford, NH, June 2005

•K12• Interesting Physics in Nano-Science and Technology
2 hour presentation for high school science teachers
PHYS 811 Modern Physics for Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2005

•K12•
The Forces that hold the Nanoworld together & All about Seeing Atoms
1 hour presentation
Nanotechnology Conference for K-12 Teachers, University of New Hampshire, April 2005

•GP• Quest: Investigating Our World, The Scientist
Interview and laboratory tour for television audience - 1 hour program
Maine Public Television, Spring 2005

2004 top
•T/I• Nanotemplates via strained metal interfaces observed by Scanning Probe Microscopy
1 hour presentation for industrial audience
BAE Systems, Merrimack, NH, December 2004

2002 top
•K12• Getting Organized: The Self-Assembly of Nanoscale Structures at Surfaces
1 hour presentation for high school physics teachers
Lowell Regional Physics Alliance, University of Massachusetts - Lowell, February 2002

2001 top
•K12• Materials Physics and Nanotechnology
3 two-hour presentations for high school science teachers
PHYS 811 Modern Physics for Teachers, University of New Hampshire, Fall 2001