Author: Greg Madejski
Greg is a McGrath Lab Postdoctoral Associate working on incorporating nanomembranes into a variety of devices. He is collaborator with Kevin Webb, Flavius Pascut, and Emilia Moradi  (University of Nottingham) on the incorporation of nanomembrane technology into Raman spectroscopy, as well as Vincent Tabard-Cossa and Kyle Briggs (University of Ottawa) on the integration of nanomembranes into a DNA nanopore sensor device. Currently, he works on detecting microplastics from environmental sources.

Wastewater Separation via Tangential Flow Filtration.

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Lift-off Attempts for a Bone-Invasion Mimetic with Porous Roof using 100 nm NPN

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WEKA-Based Pore Counting Analysis of TEM Images

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Fabricating 500 nm Channels in Silicon Wafers

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Shadow-Masking Microporous and Nanoporous Materials with Silicon Nanomembranes

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Woods Hole Workshop on Microplastics in the Oceans

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Sequential Melting of ABS, Polystyrene, and Polyethylene Microplastics on 8000 nm slit nanomembranes

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Integration of in situ Heating for Microplastic Melting Assay on Silicon Nanomembranes

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Ian Krout Rotation: Microplastic Filtration and Raman Analysis

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Automatic WEKA Segmentation of Microdebris on 8000 nm Slot Nanomembranes

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