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About This Animation

Investigators:

Dr. John A. Jaszczak
Department of Physics, Michigan Technological University
Houghton, Michigan

Dr. John Rakovan
Geology Department, Miami University
Oxford, Ohio

Dr. Susan E. Hill

Animator:

Dr. Susan E. Hill

Animation Usage

  1. As part of an outreach involving local schools, Dr. John Jaszczak presented an interdisciplinary nanotechnology exploration involving this animation to:
    • Lake Linden chemistry class, February 4, 2005
    • Jeffers High School (13 students), January 28, 2005
    • Calumet High School (48 students), November 22, 2004
    • Calumet High School (45 students), November 23, 2005
  2. "A Quick Peak into Nano-scale Science and Technology"
    The lecture given by Dr. John A. Jaszczak for the MTU Student Chapter of AIChE included this animation.
  3. Nanotechnology Art Show
    This animation played continuously in kiosk mode at a public outreach event sponsored by Miami University. Dr. John Rakovan, one of the scientific investigators for the animation, presented the animation. Dr. Rakovan is part of the Geology Department at Miami University.
  4. Fundamentals of Nanoscale Science and Engineering - Spring 2004
    The January 12, 2004 lecture for the undergraduate MTU course given by Dr. John A. Jaszczak included this animation.
  5. MTU Open House 2003
    This animation played as a continuous loop in kiosk mode on a laptop during the morning expo of the September 27, 2003 MTU Open House. Hundreds of high school students and their families viewed the exhibits.
  6. ENG 1101 Exploration: Exploring Nanoscale Science & Technology Through Carbon Nanotubes
    An introductory presentation by Dr. John A. Jaszczak was given for Engineering Exploration undergraduate students at Michigan Tech. The animation was shown to the student group for explorations on September 24 and October 1, 2003, and March 10, October 19, and October 28, 2004.