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MSE graduate student Israel Perez has won the Best Poster Award at the MEMS Alliance Special Topics Symposium, held Tuesday April 4, 200 at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory. Izzy is a graduate student in Prof. Rubloff's group. The website for the meeting is http://www.mems-alliance.org/symposium/sympinfo.htm.

Poster Information: ALD-based HfO2 Nanotube Manufacturing from Porous Alumina Nanotemplates Authors: Israel Perez, Laurent Henn-Lecordier, Erin Robertson, Hyunmin Yi, Sang-Jun Son, Sang-Bok Lee, G. W. Rubloff



April 10, 2006


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