Nanoscale Science & Engineering Forum (NSEF)

Developing and applying nanotechnologies.

NSEF provides a forum for communication and networking among engineers and scientists who share interests in research and technology development at the atomic, molecular or macromolecular levels. This also includes chemical, biological, and materials processes and products. This division coordinates and sponsors relevant programming, including crosscutting and special-initiative technical sessions and conferences. 

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Announcements

NSEF Awards Nomination Deadline - May 1, 2015

Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu on
April 23 rd , 2015 Dear Colleague, Each year, AIChE's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) acknowledges the contributions of engineers and scientists to the field of nanoscience and engineering with two awards, the Forum Award and the Young Investigator Award. The Forum Award recognizes...

NSEF 2015 Leadership

Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu on
Chair Dr. Jessica Winter, Associate Professor Chemical & Biomolecular Eng.; Biomedical Eng. The Ohio State University 335 Koffolt Laboratories, 140 W Nineteenth Ave Columbus, OH 43210 614.247.7668 , winter.63@osu.edu Vice Chair Dr. Geoffrey D. Bothun, Associate Professor Department of Chemical...

2014 Annual Meeting Poster Award Winners

Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu on
NSEF Poster session: 1st place: Yijin Kang (Argonne National Lab); 2nd place: Justin Clar (University of Florida); 3rd place: Candice Pelligra (Yale University). Bionanotechnology Graduate Student Award Session: 1st place: Paul Godfrin (University of Delaware); 2nd place (tie): Anastasia Kruse (...

Recent Events

2014 AIChE Annual Meeting - NSEF Programs

Sunday, November 16-21, 2014, 7:00am CST
Posted by Jung-Sheng Wu
NSEF is pleased to announce many exciting scientific sessions at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia from November 16 - 21, 2014. Highlights of the programming activities are included below. 2014 NSEF Award Winners: NSEF is honored to present Lynden A. Archer with the 2014 NSEF Forum Award...Read more

Recent Activity

Graphene Oxide & Applications

Posted by Jason Wei on
<p>Hello! I wanted to make a post about Graphene Oxide, a material I studied over the summer at an internship in chemistry. For those who have...More