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  • 1. State Level Seminar On“Recent Trends In Sensors and Advanced Materials” (RTSAM-2010) Dated:27- 28 January-2010 -ORGANIZED BY- Department of Electronic Science, M.S.G. Arts, Science & Commerce College, Malegaon Camp, Malegaon Dist:-Nashik (M.S.) Pin: 423 105
  • 2. Nanotechnology : An Overview Ansari Faheem, Sajid Naeem, M. Rizwan, Z. B. Pathan Dept. of Electronic Science ,AKI’s Poona College of Arts, Science & Commerce Camp, Pune- 411001 RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 3. An Overview of Presentation• Introduction to Nanotechnology• Technology Comparison : size, evolution• Features• Potent Application Areas Heavy Industries Semicondcutor & Optoelectronics  Medical & Health care  Consumer Goods  Military & Defence  Biochips & Biosensing  Nanoelectronics  Mobile  Energy  Microscopy  Automobile RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 4. Introduction toNanotechnology RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 5. Origin of Nanotechnology “The birth of nanotechnology is popularly taken to be 1989, when IBM Fellow Don Eigler used a scanning tunneling microscope to create the company’s logo out of xenon atoms.” By working with xenon and nickel at very low temperatures, an IBM scientist was the first to use a tiny needle to position individual atoms on a surface. RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 6.  Nanotechnology will be an integral part of next- generation technology . It deals with fabrication, study and tailoring the device dimensions at atomic and molecular level. Nano a Greek word that means Dwarf. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter i.e . 1nm = 10 -9 m Generally the device dimensions are shrinked down to 100 nanometers or even lesser. Richard Feynman Quoted “There’s a plenty of room at the bottom”. RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 7. Evolution of Technologies Nanotechnology Nano-Robots Semiconductor Technology Molecular ElectronicsPerformance “Wearable” Wireless Vacuum Tube Internet Appliances Technology Cell The Internet Phones Computers Television Transistor Radio Radar Radio 1900 1950 2000 2050 Time RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 8. A Comprison betweenTechnologies RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 9. Nanotechnology: Size and Scale 100µm Human Hair 75 µm Plant and Animal Cells 10µm 0.18µm Most Bacteria 1µmFeature Size Lysozyme 100nm Transistor Virus Nanotechnology 10nm Proteins Carbon 1nm Nano-tubes 0.1nm Atoms
  • 10. Exquisite Features of Nanotechnology RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 11.  Reduced Dimension Increased surface to volume ratio Enhanced Functionality Improved Stability Enriched Efficiency Better compact, ruggedness and protability Light weight RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 12. Application Thrust Areas RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 13. Novel semiconductor and optoelectronic devices Flexible PCB Different types Nano Chip sensors RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 14.  Quantum Dots Quantum Computers Quantum Dots Displays OLED RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 15.  Consumer Goods : Foods, Textiles , Cosmetics Nano fiber optics nanoStrawberry Thermal Nanobrasive RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 16. Biochip & Biosensing (Helps to detect cancer at the early stage, DNA chips, protein chips) BioChip: 10 mm Glass cover Smaller than a Postage Stamp Sealed Channels and Wells Channels/Wells (volume of 1 to 10 nL/well) Electrodes for Detection In/Out ports Pin Connecting pads Fluidic I/O ports Epoxy adhesive RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 17. A Biosensor made up of CNT to detect water bacteria A Biochip to detect cancer
  • 18. Communication : Morph mobile from Nokia RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 19.  Microscopy: nanoMRI with resolution > 100 million times than traditional one NanoMRI from IBM RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 20.  Heavy Industry Aerospace Refineries Vehicle manufactures RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 21.  Medical and Healthcare Diagnostics, Drug Delivery, Cancer Detection Tissue Engineering RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 22.  Military & Defence Nanoweapons, Protective Jackets, Nano Sensors and wireless cameras, etc 1.7 billion on ground-based robots RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 23. Nano Electronics (Single Electron Transistor) RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 24. Energy : Solar cell ( Absorbs entire spectrum of light i.e. UV, Visible & IR with virtually100% light) Picture of a solar cell, which utilizes nanorods to convert light Diagram of a nano solar cell into electricity RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 25. Automobiles: Potential Nano application to cars RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon
  • 26.  Nanotechnology & Future Extension : Pushing the boundaries further….Nano Satellite Nano Robot RTSAM 27-28 Jan, 2010 Malegaon

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