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CAMP ANNUAL REPORT 2000-2001,
Volume 17,
Number1

Table of Contents

THE PROGRAM

CAMP MISSION

Mission Focus
Education and Training
Funding

Technology Transfer

THE RESEARCH

PARTICLE SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES

Simulating Nature's Biomineralization of Calcium Carbonate
Ultrathin Film Construction from Nanoparticles

THIN FILMS AND COATINGS

Deposition of Diamond Films

PARTICLE TRANSPORT, DEPOSITION AND REMOVAL

Inhalation Drug Delivery and Lung Deposition
Three-Phase Slurry Reactors
Fundamentals of Natural Gas and Species Flow from Hydrates Dissociation Hot-Gas Filtration

COLLOIDAL DISPERSIONS AND PROCESSING

NMR Study of Polymer Stabilized Liposome Systems
Polymers and Biomedical Work
Nanoparticle/Polymer Composites

Novel Polymerization Techniques and Polymer Materials

 

CHEMICAL- MECHANICAL PLANARIZATION

Chemical-Mechanical Polishing and Thin Films
Laser Polishing/Planarization Process
Laser-Based Particle Removal
Modeling of the Chemical-Mechanical Polishing Process
Smart Particles for Copper CMP
Abrasive Free Systems for Copper CMP
CMP Related Friction
Effect of Surfactants on CMP

NANOSYSTEMS

Recognition for Particle Surface Modification Activities
Electrochemical Deposition of Metals for Semiconductor Applications / Development of New Nanotechnologies
Quantum Physics for Nanotechnology and Information Processing
Advanced Transport Models for Modern MOS Devices

SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES

Extruders
Advanced Factor Analysis Methods

Particle Size Analysis and the Use of Particulates in Advanced Materials Processing
Granular Flows and Materials
Magnetostriction and Cyclic Plasticity

STATE-FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS


THE NEWS

CAMP to House Clarkson University's Center for Quantum Device Technology

CAMP Professor John Moosbrugger Promoted

CAMP Sponsors Sixth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical Polishing (CMP)

CAMP Annual Technical Meeting

Combined Research and Curriculum Development Project at Clarkson University for Particle Transport, Deposition, and Removal

CAMP Professor Raymond Mackay Selected Maryland Chemist of the Year 2001

Dr. Dana Barry and Sharon Williams Receive APEX Awards for the CAMP Newsletter

 

CALENDER OF EVENTS

CAMP SPONSORS AND AFFILIATES

CONTACT CAMP

 


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