Author: Greg Madejski
A creator of unorthodox membranes, Greg is a McGrath Lab Postdoctoral Associate working on incorporating nanomembranes into a variety of devices. He originally created a device intended for use in co-culture, integrating both electrical and optical metrology. He is collaborator with Kevin Webb, Flavius Pascut, and Emilia Moradi  (University of Nottingham) on the incorportation 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.

First Attempts at Quantum Dot Capture in Nanopores

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Pore Processing Software Updated in MATLAB App Designer Language (v0.7)

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Monolith Wetting with Ethanol Vapors

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Thick SiO2 Depositions on Microporous Nitride Creates Infilled Pores

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Preliminary Fabrication of a Tenting Well Oxide with a Buried Electrode

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Progress on Wetting Monolith Chips

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High Speed Photography of Composite Nanomembrane Structures

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DNA Animation-palooza

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1257 NPN SERS Wafer Partial Etch Study

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TEM Tomography for the Identification of Nanopores in Silicon Nanomembranes

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