Nanomaterials for Microelectronic and Bio-packaging.- Nano-conductive Adhesives for Nano-electronics Interconnection.- Biomimetic Lotus Effect Surfaces for Nanopackaging.- Applications of Carbon Nanomaterials as Electrical Interconnects and Thermal Interface Materials.- Nanomaterials via NanoSpray Combustion Chemical Vapor Condensation, and Their Electronic Applications.- 1D Nanowire Electrode Materials for Power Sources of Microelectronics.- Mechanical Energy Harvesting Using Wurtzite Nanowires.- Nanolead-Free Solder Pastes for Low Processing Temperature Interconnect Applications in Microelectronic Packaging.- to Nanoparticle-Based Integrated Passives.- Thermally Conductive Nanocomposites.- Physical Properties and Mechanical Behavior of Carbon Nano-tubes (CNTs) and Carbon Nano-fibers (CNFs) as Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) for High-Power Integrated Circuit (IC) Packages: Review and Extension.- On-Chip Thermal Management and Hot-Spot Remediation.- Some Aspects of Microchannel Heat Transfer.- Nanoprobes for Live-Cell Gene Detection.- Packaging for Bio-micro-electro-mechanical Systems (BioMEMS) and Microfluidic Chips.- Packaging of Biomolecular and Chemical Microsensors.- Nanobiosensing Electronics and Nanochemistry for Biosensor Packaging.- Molecular Dynamics Applications in Packaging.- Nanoscale Deformation and Strain Analysis by AFM/DIC Technique.- Nano-Scale and Atomistic-Scale Modeling of Advanced Materials.
Nanotechnologies are being applied to the biotechnology area, especially in the area of nano material synthesis. Until recently, there has been little research into how to implement nano/bio materials into the device level. "Nano and Bio Electronics Packaging" discusses how nanofabrication techniques can be used to customize packaging for nano devices with applications to biological and biomedical research and products. Covering such topics as nano bio sensing electronics, bio device packaging, NEMs for Bio Devices and much more.
Offers a comprehensive overview of nano and bio packaging
Discusses nano bio packaging materials and design with MD simulations
Discusses nano materials as power energy sources and their importance on the device level
Discusses nanotubes, superhydrophobic self-clean Lotus surfaces
Discusses nano packaging and thermal interfacial materials (TIMs)
Discusses thermal science when designing at the device level packaging
Covers nano chemistry for bio sensor / bio medical device packaging