Physics at Virginia

"Measurement of Thermal Properties at Mesoscopic Scales"

Pillip Kim , Columbia University
[Host: Jongsoo Yoon]
The thermal properties of nanoscale materials are of fundamental interest and also play a critical role in controlling the performance and stability of nanodevices made of these materials. However, the measurements of thermal properties of nanomaterials at a mesoscopic scale have been technically challenging problems. We have fabricated submicron scale devices hybrided with nanoscale materials using state-of-art microfabrication thechniques. The thermal conductivity and thermoelectric power of carbon nanotubes and other nanowires have been measured at mesoscopic levels and exhibit distinticvely different behaviors from bulk material measurement.
Condensed Matter Seminar
Thursday, April 17, 2003
3:30 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.

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