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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

CAMP's Spring Meeting
Albany, New York
April 4, 2008

CAMP's Annual Technical Meeting
Canandaigua, New York
May 14 - 16, 2008

CAMP's Thirteenth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical Planarization (CMP)
Hilton Resort
Lake Placid, New York
August 10 - 13, 2008

(For information about CAMP industrial short courses, please call Professor Richard Partch at 315-268-2351 or send email to him at partch@clarkson.edu).

** Information, on these and other CAMP events, is available at the CAMP website at http://www.clarkson.edu/camp.

Clarkson Professor Evgeny Katz Coauthored the Most Accessed Articles in the ChemPhysChem Journal


Milton Kerker Chaired Professor Evgeny Katz

Dr. Evgeny Katz, the Milton Kerker Chaired Professor of Colloid Science at Clarkson University, and his coauthors have the two most accessed articles for the past year, December 2006 to November 2007, in the leading journal ChemPhysChem. One of the articles coauthored by Professor Katz, with Andrew N. Shipway and Itamar Willner, is titled "Nanoparticle Arrays on Surfaces for Electronic, Optical, and Sensor Applications." It was the most cited article published in ChemPhysChem. The other popular article, coauthored by Professor Katz and Willner is titled "Biomolecule-Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes: Applications in Nanobioelectronics." Both papers are comprehensive reviews of the hot research topic related to molecular-functionalized nanoparticles and their applications for molecular electronics and sensors. Professor Katz, who has held the Milton Kerker chair since he came to Clarkson in 2006, was recently elected to a very prestigious committee, the IEEE Sensors Council. Previous to joining Clarkson, he was a research associate professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a senior research scientist at the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research interests include biocomputing, biofunctionalized nanomaterials, bionanoengineering, bionanology for bioelectric applications and biosensors.

You can read more about the most accessed articles at http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgibin/abstract/72514735/ABSTRACT and http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/abstract/109585564/ABSTRACT

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