Collaboration with the Applied Research & Photonics Company in Harrisburg, PA
The nanotechnology center collaborates with the Applied Research & Photonics Company in Harrisburg, PA on terahertz spectroscopic and imaging studies.
Dr. Anis Rahman (extreme right) of Applied Research & Photonics Company in Harrisburg, PA, together with other Center for Nanotechnology colloborators, during a conference at Coppin State University
Collaboration with Dr. Briol Ozturk, Physics & Engineering Physics Department Morgan State University
Collaborative research on nanoscale imaging and highly selective detection of biological molecules.
Collaboration with Dr. Hongtao Yu, Natural Science Department, Morgan State University
Collaborative research on the synthesis, characterization and environmental application of Silver Nanoparticles.
Colloboration with UMBI (CFS)
Nanotechnology and Metal Enhanced Fluorescence Research Colloboration was started with UMBI (CFS) and in the summer of 2008. Principal Investigators: Dr. Jamal Uddin (CSU) and Dr. J. Lakowicz (UMBI). This is a dramatic increase in the fluorescence emission of fluorophores held at precise distances (50 Å to 200 Å) above nano roughened metal surfaces. Result of the research is an amplified image of cancer cells resulting in early cancer detection and reduced loss of life.
(From Left to Right): Dr. Ramachandram Badugu (UMBI), Dr. Jamal Uddin (CSU), Dr. Hyeonggon Kang (CSU) and Dr. J. Lakowicz (UMBI).
International Colloboration - with Research Center for Light Rail, Japan
Takaki Kameya, PhD Candidate, Tokyo University of Technology with some memebers of center for nanotechnology
Collaboration research started in summer 2013 (Solar Light Rail) with Shonan Research Center for Light Rail Transit (Japan), Tama Art University (Japan) and CSU. Principal Investigator: Dr. Jamal Uddin (CSU, USA) and Dr. Hidetoshi Katsuma and Kameya Takaki (TAU, Japan).
Collaboration with Penn State University
We have a colloration with Pennstate university and part of the Remotely Accessible Instruments for Nanotechnology (RAIN) allows students to access and control microscopes, like FESEM-field emission scanning electron microscopes, and analytical tools, like EDS-energy (X-ray) dispersive spectroscopy, to look at nano-sized materials from the ease of classrooms, or even home computers, all across the country. Students control the tools over the Internet in real-time and with the assistance of an experienced engineer at the microscope advising over video conferencing software.
Group photo with Robert Ehrmann from Penn State University who was the guest speaker at that 3rd International Science Symposium held at the Science and Technology Center at Coppin State University.
Collaboration with Nanochemistry Center at UMBC
Collaboration research (Gold Nanoparticles and EM characterization) started with UMBC and CSU in January, 2016 - to date. Principal Investigator: Dr. Jamal Uddin (CSU) and Dr. Marie-Christine Daniel (UMBC).
Dr. Marie-Christine Daniel receiving a certificate of participation from Dr. Jamal Uddin after giving a talk at 3rd Annual Science Symposium held at Coppin State University.
Collaboration with Albany State University
Collaboration research (Dye Sensitized Solar Cell) started with Albany State University, GA and CSU in the January, 2015 - to date. Principal Investigator: Dr. Jamal Uddin (CSU) and Dr. Arun Saha (ASU).
Colloboration with the Nanoscience Technology Center, Department of Physics & School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Central Florida
The center for nanotechnology collorborate with Dr. Saiful I Khondaker and his team at the Nanoscience Technology Center, Department of Physics & School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Central Florida, on work with reduced graphene oxide for dye sensitized solar cell applications.
International Colloboration - Indian institute of Technology
The center of nanotechnology also has an on-going colloboration with the indian institution of technology. The director of the institute visisted the center in October of 2017 and delivered a talk to students and faculty.
Picture:Director with student and faculty
International Collaboration - Analysis and Characterization of Kaolin Clay with Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria
Research involve the characterization of several samples of Kaolin clay using a variety of analyitcal technique such as FESEM, EDX, and IR.
Collaboration with other Faculty in the Natural Science Department
Dr. Tulio Chavez-Gil, Department of Natural Science, Coppin State University (CSU)
Involved in the synthesis and characterization of synthetic dyes for the fabrication of dye sensitized solar cell at the center for nanotechnology
Dr. Fred Nesbitt, Department of Natural Science, Coppin State University (CSU)
Collaboration focuses on theoretical modelling work associated with the choice of dye and fabrication of dye sensitzed solar cells.
Dr. Hany Sorbhi, Department of Natural Science, Coppin State University (CSU)
Colloboration centered on the synthesis and characterization of dyes that show promise as sensitizer for the construction of dye sensitized solar cells
Visitors to the Center for Nanotechnology