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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bio-Nano Interfaces and Engineering Applications
Presentation Title Multidimensional Atomic Force Microscopy for Physical and Biological Interfaces: Seeing the Invisible and Feeling the Insensible?
Author(s) Ratnesh Lal
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Ratnesh Lal
Abstract Scope All interfacial structures, activity and mechanics at nanoscale have different and mostly undefined features compared to their macroscale conglomerates. Existing tools and methods to obtain such information, including electron microscopy, X-ray diffractions, STM, and super resolution light and fluorescence microscopy and single molecule force/mechanics measurement tools have limited ability for studying complex non-conducting interfaces. We develop multimodal "SMART AFM" integrated with functional analytical tools each individual AFM consisting of an array of conducting cantilevered probes with self-sensing and actuation capabilities. The new AFM-array will enable 1) imaging the network structures and connectivity at nano-to-macro scale, 2) measuring localized electrical and chemical activity, and 3) creating nanoscale functional structures with applications ranging from new opto-electrical devices to imaging of live neural cells at multiple locations simultaneously with independent imaging feedback. Integration of an ion sensing tip on the cantilevers will allow for localized and highly parallel electrical recording of synaptic activity.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

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