The University of Texas at Dallas

Nano & Beyond Lab

Expert at a Glance

UT Dallas to be Hub for Nanoelectronics Research Consortium
Grad Student Honored for New Microscopy Technique
Researchers Hope to Unlock Capabilities of Carbon Nanotubes
Microscope to Further Bolster Nanotech Research

  • “Korea tech companies eye UTD consortium,” Dallas Business Journal, April 11, 2008.
  • “UT Dallas Hub for nanoelectronics research consortium,” Research Texas, Inc., Spring 08, 12-14 (2008)
  • “Highly Reproducible Single Polyaniline Nanowire using Electrophoresis Method,” I.N. Lee, H.I. Park, S.Y. Park, M.J. Kim and M.H. Yun, NANO: Brief Reports and Reviews, 3, 75-82 (2008).  Featured on the Cover page.
  •  “Synthesis of Silver Nanoplates at High Yields by Slowing down the Polyol Reduction of Silver Nitrate with Polyacrylamide,” Y. Xiong, A.R. Siekkinen, J. Wang, Y. Yin, M.J. Kim and Y. Xia, J. Mater. Chem. 17, 2600-2602 (2007).  Featured on the Cover page.
  • “New Research Explores Making Electrical Contact with Nanotubes,” Scitizen, News by Scientists,, August 14, 2007.
  • “No small achievement – Thinking small,” Dallas Morning News, February 4, 2006.
  • “Oh say can you see … this very, very small flag?” Associated Press, July 4, 2006
  • “Microscopic Flag a Test in Nanotechnology,” About 80 news media coverage in the U.S. and abroad (e.g., CBS News, ABC News, Fox News, CNN, etc.), July 4, 2006.
  • “머리카락 한 올에 깃발 수십개 꽃을 수 있죠,” 중앙일보, 07-24-2006 (|article|default).
  • “Oh say can you see?” Small Times, September 2006 (featured article).
  • “Silicon and lithium niobate bond at room temperature,” Laser Focus World, September, 2006 (featured article).