Time & Place
At ITP on Mondays 11:00am to 1:55pm in Room 406
Beijing: Centre for Nano and Micro Mechanics (CNMM), Tsinghua University
Geneva: Citizen Cyberscience Centre (CCC) CERN, UN Institute for Training and Research and University of Geneva
London: London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London
Introduction to the nanoworld.
How do you "see" atoms and molecules?
How do you manipulate atoms and molecules?
Slides Session 1
Classwork Session 1
Introduction to Open Data and Open Science.
Open Science for the nanoscale image analysis using Crowdcrafting.org.
Planning your project part 1: Finding a scientist with awesome data.
Slides Session 2
Classwork Session 2
Making images with an Atomic Force Microscope: theory and practice.
Visit to AFM Lab of Michael Ward, Chemistry Department, to watch crystals grow.
Planning your project part 2: Understanding your scientist's data analysis challenge.
Slides Session 3
Nanotech at NYU Poly – guest lecture by Carlo Yuvienco on Protein Imaging with Transmission Electron Microscopy
Tutorial by Daniel Lombraña González on creating a project with Crowdcrafting.org
Planning your project part 3: status review
Guest Lecture: X-ray Eyes by Jens Als-Nielsen, Copenhagen University, Denmark background reading
Lab Visit: Jeremie Palacci will introduce his research on Living Crystals background reading
Planning your project part 4: status review
Project Working Session - review and discuss the student projects
April 15 (extra session)
Project Presentation to scientists from the research groups of: Jin Montclare (NYU-Poly biochemistry); Paul Chaikin (NYU Physics); Michael Wade (NYU Chemistry)
Final project presentations and associated code
Living Crystal tracking – Ju, Peiqi and Rose
Protein measurements – Evan and Robin
Periodic Table – David