Elaine R. Chan
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Nanoscopic porous sensors.
- J. Kasianowicz, J. Robertson, E. Chan, J. Reiner, V. Stanford
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Annual review of analytical chemistry
- 13 June 2008
There are thousands of different nanometer-scale pores in biology, many of which act as sensors for specific chemical agents. Recent work suggests that protein and solid-state nanopores have many… Expand
HipGISAXS: a high-performance computing code for simulating grazing-incidence X-ray scattering data
This article describes the development of a flexible grazing-incidence small-angle X-ray scattering (GISAXS) simulation code in the framework of the distorted wave Born approximation that effectively… Expand
Resonant Soft X-ray Scattering of Polymers with a 2D Detector: Initial Results and System Developments at the Advanced Light Source
Most advanced applications of polymers rely on heterogeneous structures or specific interfacial properties to yield desired performance and functionalities. Rational design and application require… Expand
Controlling Nanorod Self-Assembly in Polymer Thin Films
The integration of functional polymers and semiconducting nanorods can lead to properties unattainable by either of the components independently. Elongated nanocrystals provide advantageous… Expand
Asee Student Chapters: Avenues For Promoting Future Engineering Educators
The University of Michigan (UM) ASEE Student Chapter continues to thrive as an active graduate student organization dedicated to providing a forum for furthering excellence in engineering education.… Expand