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These research topics are listed by DoD in application areas: The links were collected as related references.

Topic #1 Nanoscale Machines and Motors
Topic #2 Biomolecular Control of Nanoelectronic and Nanomagnetic Structure Formation
Topic #3 Nano-System Energetics
Topic #4 Characterization of Nanoscale Elements, Devices, and Systems
Topic #5 Synthesis, Purification, and Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes
Topic #6 Nanoscale Electronic Devices and Architectures
Topic #7 Nano-Porous Semiconductors - Matrices, Substrates, and Templates
Topic #8 Deformation, Fatigue, and Fracture of Nanostructures and Interfacial Materials
Topic #9 Nanostructures for Catalysis
Topic #10 Polymeric Nanocomposites for High-Speed and Space Systems
Topic #11 Organic Nanophotonics and Nanoelectronics
Topic #12 Quantum Computing and Quantum Devices
Topic #13 Molecular Recognition and Signal Transduction in Biomolecular Systems
Topic #14 Synthesis and Modification of Nanostructure Surfaces
Topic #15 Magnetic Nanoparticles for Application in Biotechnology

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highly cited scientists in area of nano-structured material and nanotechnology

Address

Author

Total
Cites

Number
of Papers

Cites Per
Paper

Sub area

Rice University 

SMALLEY RE

3816

78

48.92

Carbon nanotube and fullerene;

Nobel prize owner

UC at Berkeley

ALIVISATOS AP

3084

97

31.79

Nano-structured material synthesis and design

RPI

AJAYAN PM

2659

63

42.21

Carbon nanostructures, nano-composites, structure-property

Louis Pasteur university Germany

EBBESEN TW

2424

36

67.33

Optical properties of nano-structure

Tech Univ Ilmenau, Germany

THESS A

2213

23

96.22

Nano-structure material properties

Mecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Switzerland

GRATZEL M

1980

79

25.06

Nano alloy for photoelectrochemical cell

Meijo University, Japan

IIJIMA S

1959

75

26.12

Synthesis and properties of carbon nanotube

Univ. Of Florida

RINZLER AG

1937

36

53.81

Properties of carbon nanotube

Stanford Univ.

DAI HJ

1851

31

59.71

Nanotube and nanowire synthesis

Tohoku Univ. Japan

INOUE A

1719

184

9.34

Alloy properties

MIT

BAWENDI MG

1602

54

29.67

Nano-cluster and quantum dot

Harvard univ.

LIEBER CM

1546

57

27.12

Nanotube and nanowire synthesis

Rice univ.

COLBERT DT

1519

18

84.39

Carbon Nanotube

ěrsted laboratory, niels bohr institute, universitetsparken

Copenhagen, denmark

NIKOLAEV P

1344

17

79.06

carbon nanotube

Univ. Penn.

FISCHER JE

1337

37

36.14

Science of Graphite, Fullerenes and nanotubes

Georgia Inst Technol

LANDMAN U

1238

47

26.34

Computational nanotechnology

Nec Fundamental Res labs, Tsukuba, Japan

ICHIHASHI T

1212

20

60.6

Nano-semiconductor particles

Delft University of Technology, the Netherland

DEKKER C

1206

22

54.82

Molecular Biophysics, nanotube DNA etc electronic properties.

Res Inst Elect & Magnet mat, taihaku ku, Japan

MASUMOTO T

1180

98

12.04

Electronic and magnetic properties of nano-structured materials: alloys

Rensselaer Polytech Inst

SIEGEL RW

1136

44

25.82

Nanostructured materials, nanocomposites and biomaterials

MIT

DRESSELHAUS MS

1120

72

15.56

Carbon nanotubes, bismuth nanowires and low dimensional thermoelectricity

Cornell Univ.

GIANNELIS EP

1118

49

22.82

Polymer nanocomposites: design, synthesis, characterization and properties

IBM Corp, Thomas J Watson Res Ctr

MURRAY CB

1102

20

55.1

Quantum dot materials

Saito y, Ritsumeikan Univ., Japan

SAITO Y

1090

64

17.03

Thin film and nano-particle

Univ lyon 1, Dept phys mat, villeurbanne, France

LOUIE SG

1086

34

31.94

Nanotube, nano-particle electronic properties


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