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1. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 12th International Conference on Frontiers of Polymers and Advanced Materials (ICFPAM),Auckland, New Zealand December, 2013
2. Cooperative Function inAtomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,Indianapolis, IN September, 2013
3. Nanoscale Optical Interactions in Precise Assemblies, P. S. Weiss International Conference on Photochemistry,Leuven, Belgium July, 2013
4. NanoscaleOptical Interactions in Precise Assemblies, P. S. Weiss 86thACSColloid and Surface Science Symposium,Riverside, CA June, 2013
5. Cooperative Function inAtomically Precise NanoscaleAssemblies, P. S. Weiss Brown University, Institute for Molecular and Nanoscale Innovation Distinguished Lecture,Providence, RI May, 2013
6. Cooperative Function inAtomically Precise NanoscaleAssemblies, P. S. Weiss Johns Hopkins University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering,Baltimore,MD April, 2013
7. Cooperative Function in NanoSystems, P. S. Weiss Nanosystems Initiative Munich Winter School,Kirchberg, Tyrol, Austria March, 2013
8. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss West Virginia University, Distinguished Lecture in Nanoscience,Morgantown, WV, Spring March, 2013
9. Cooperative Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss University of Rochester,Department of Chemical Engineering Seminar, Rochester, NY March, 2013
10. P. S. Weiss University of Florida, Physical Chemistry Seminar, P. S.Weiss, Gainesville, FL February, 2013
11. P. S. Weiss University of Texas at Austin, Department of Chemistry, Analytical and Physical Chemistry Seminar, P. S. Weiss, Austin, TX February, 2013
12. P. S. Weiss Florida InternationalUniversity, Chemistry Colloquium, P. S.Weiss, Miami, FL February, 2013
13. Cooperative Function inAtomically Precise NanoscaleAssemblies, P. S. Weiss Trends in Nanoscience,Irsee, Bavaria, Germany February, 2013
14. Recent and Upcoming Advances in Imaging, P. S. Weiss EnvironmentalMolecular Sciences Laboratory Distinguished Scientist Seminar,Richland, WA January, 2013
15. Cooperative Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss ArmChemFront,Armenia January, 2013
16. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Naval Research Laboratory, Chemistry Division Colloquium Distinguished Lecturer,Washington, DC January, 2013
17. Cooperative Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss Tongji University, Department of Physics,Shanghai, China January, 2013
18. Neuroscience at the Nanoscale at UCLA: Dynamic Nanoscale Chemical Mapping of the Brain, P. S. Weiss 8th Kavli Futures Symposium: Tool Development for the Brain Activity Map,Arlington, VA December, 2012
19. Controlling and Measuring Optical Interactions at the Molecular Scale inAtomically Precise Assemblies, P. S. Weiss Optics and Photonics in Taiwan 2012,Taipei, Taiwan December, 2012
20. Cooperative Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss National Yang--Ming University,Taipei, Taiwan December, 2012
21. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss City University of New York, Nanotechnology Workshop,NewYork,NY November, 2012
22. Nanotechnology, P. S. Weiss Blizzard Entertainment,Irvine, CA November, 2012
23. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Southern California,Los Angeles, CA November, 2012
24. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Simon Fraser University, Department of Chemistry Seminar,Vancouver, BC, Canada October, 2012
25. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Joint Workshop on Nanotechnology,National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan October, 2012
26. Controlling Functional Molecules and Precise Assemblies: Cooperativity and Interference, P. S. Weiss RecentDevelopments in Nanomaterials: Structures, Dynamics,&Applications,Taipei, Taiwan October, 2012
27. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Santa Monica City College Distinguished Lecture,Santa Monica, CA October, 2012
28. The Ultimate Limits of Miniaturization: Exploring and Controlling the Nanoscale World in Science, Engineering, and Medicine, P. S. Weiss ACS Southern California Section,Los Angeles, CA October, 2012
29. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Victoria, Department of Chemistry Seminar,Victoria, BC, Canada October, 2012
30. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of British Columbia, Lectures in Modern Chemistry,Vancouver, BC, Canada October, 2012
31. Cooperative Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies, P. S. Weiss Tufts University, Department of Chemistry,Medford, MA September, 2012
32. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Northeastern University, Center for High--Rate Manufacturing Distinguished Lecture,Boston, MA September, 2012
33. Controlling Function in Atomically Precise Nanoscale Assemblies: Cooperativity and Interference, P. S. Weiss Rice University, Richard E. Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology Lecture,Houston, TX September, 2012
34. Over the Horizon in Nanomedicine, P. S. Weiss Directors Guild of America and Science Entertainment Exchange:Medical Miracles: Cutting Edge Health Technology,Hollywood, CA July, 2012
35. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 14th International Conference on Molecular Films (ICOMF14) -- LB14,Paris, France July, 2012
36. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Jilin University,Changchun, China June, 2012
37. Exploring and Controlling the Nanoscale World, P. S. Weiss Harbin Institute of Technology Public Lecture,Harbin, China June, 2012
38. NewDimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 2012 5th International Symposium on Bioanalysis, Biomedical Engineering and Nanotechnology (ISBBN 2012),Changsha, China June, 2012
39. Controlling Functional Molecules and Precise Assemblies:Cooperativity and Interference, P. S. Weiss Universidade de Vigo,Vigo, Spain May, 2012
40. Controlling Functional Molecules and Precise Assemblies: Cooperativity and Interference, P. S. Weiss Beilstein--Bozen Symposium onMolecular Engineering and Control,Chemisee, Germany May, 2012
41. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich,Zürich, Switzerland May, 2012
42. Designing, Measuring, andControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Inaugural Excellence in Nanoscience Lecture,Lausanne, Switzerland May, 2012
43. Precise Assemblies, Clusters, Superatoms, and Cluster--Assembled Materials, P. S. Weiss NaNaX5,Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain May, 2012
44. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Santa Clara University, Department of Chemistry,Santa Clara, CA April, 2012
45. Measuring Optical Interactions at the Molecular Scale in Precise Assemblies, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Spring 2012 Meeting, San Francisco, CA April, 2012
46. Precise Assembly and Precise Measurements of Molecules and Devices for Energy Conversion, P. S. Weiss Bruker/NUANCE Annual Symposium,Evans ton, IL April, 2012
47. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,San Diego, CA March, 2012
48. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,San Diego, CA March, 2012
49. Precise Assemblies, Clusters, Superatoms, and Cluster--Assembled Materials, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,San Diego, CA March, 2012
50. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and SupramolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss Zing Conference on Supramolecular Assemblies at Surfaces: Nanopatterning, Functionality, Reactivity,Lanzarote, Canary Islands February, 2012
51. A Fresh Look at Imaging and Measurements:What DoWeWant to Measure and How? P. S. Weiss Keck Workshop on Imaging and Detection of Single Molecules: Challenges and Opportunities,Irvine, CA January, 2012
52. Cooperative Function inAtomically Precise NanoscaleAssemblies, P. S. Weiss International Symposium onMaterials for EnablingNanodevices (ISMEN--III),LosAngeles, CA January, 2012
53. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Florida State University, Department of Chemistry,Tallahassee, FL January, 2012
54. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss The 6th International Conference of the Africa Materials Research Society,Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe December, 2011
55. Communicating Science, P. S. Weiss National Research Council Condensed Matter and Materials Research Committee Annual Meeting, Beckman Center, Irvine, CA, November, 2011
56. Precise Assemblies, Clusters, Superatoms, and Cluster--Assembled Materials, P. S. Weiss National Academy of Science’s Board of Physics and Astronomy’s Committee on Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Sciences,Washington, DC October, 2011
57. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Université de Sherbrooke, Centre d’Études des Matériaux Optiques et Photoniques de l’Université de Sherbrooke (CEMOPUS),Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada September, 2011
58. P. S. Weiss Opportunities at the Interface of Neuroscience & Nanoscience with the Allen, Gatsby, and Kavli Foundations, September 10--13, 2011, Chicheley, Newport Pagnell, United Kingdom. September, 2011
59. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Université de Montréal,Montreal, Quebec, Canada September, 2011
60. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique,Montreal, Quebec, Canada September, 2011
61. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss McGill University, Centre for Self--Assembled Chemical Structures,Montreal, Quebec, Canada September, 2011
62. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss ChinaNano 2011,Beijing, China September, 2011
63. Precise Assemblies, Clusters, Superatoms, and Cluster--Assembled Materials, P. S. Weiss AlexanderM. Cruickshank Lecture in the Physical Sciences,Gordon Research Conference on Clusters, Nanocrystals, and Nanostructures,South Hadley, MA July, 2011
64. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Seeing at the Nanoscale,Santa Barbara, CA July, 2011
65. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies,Singapore June, 2011
66. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 8th Annual World Congress of IBMISPS on Brain, Spinal Cord Mapping, and Image Guided Therapy,San Francisco, CA June, 2011
67. Asking and Addressing Questions at the Nanoscale, P. S. Weiss Stanford University,Center for Nanoscale ProbesAnnualWorkshop,Stanford, CA May, 2011
68. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Center for Nanotechnology,Seattle,WA May, 2011
69. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Nanoscale Materials User Meeting,Argonne, IL May, 2011
70. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Nanotechnology,Waterville Valley, NH May, 2011
71. Quantitative Measurements of Adsorbate Interactions and Dynamics: Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Stanford University, Department of Physics, Condensed Matter Physics Seminar,Stanford, CA May, 2011
72. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 2011 Naff Symposium, Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky,Lexington, KY April, 2011
73. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and SupramolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss University of California, Davis, College of Natural Sciences,Merced,CA April, 2011
74. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of California, Irvine, Department of Chemistry,Irvine, CA April, 2011
75. Ethics in Publishing: Editorial and Related Experiences, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Anaheim, CA March, 2011
76. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Tohoku University, World Premier Research Institute Advanced Institute for Materials Research Annual Meeting,Sendai, Japan February, 2011
77. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Bar Gurion University,Be’er Sheva, Israel January, 2011
78. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Bar--Ilan University,Tel Aviv, Israel January, 2011
79. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Weizmann Institute of Science, Symposium Celebrating Jacob Sagiv’s 65th Birthday,Rehovot, Israel January, 2011
80. Single--Molecule Insights into Heterogeneous Catalysis, Substrate--Mediated Interactions, and Buried Interface Structures, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Denver, CO January, 2011
81. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Nanoscience Center Colloquium,Jerusalem, Israel January, 2011
82. Atomic andMolecularManipulation: Accessing Local Chemical Effects, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,Denver, CO January, 2011
83. Designing, Measuring, andControllingMolecular and SupramolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss University of California, SanDiego, Department of Nanoengineering,La Jolla,CA December, 2010
84. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 2010 Workshop on Innovative Devices and Systems (WINDS),Kohala Coast, HI December, 2010
85. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss IBM Almaden,San Jose, CA December, 2010
86. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss PacifiChem 2010,Honolulu, HI December, 2010
87. P. S. Weiss National Academies Keck Futures Initiative, Seeing the Future with Imaging Science, Irvine, CA November, 2010
88. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Arizona State University, Department of Physics,Tempe, AZ November, 2010
89. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 4th Annual Symposium on Nanobiotechnology: New Directions In Nanotheranostics: Imaging, Biosensors, Materials and DNA Technologies,Munich, Germany October, 2010
90. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Molecular Foundry Distinguished Lecture Series, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,Berkeley, CA October, 2010
91. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and SupramolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss Universiteit Leiden, Ultramicroscopy Symposium,Leiden,The Netherlands September, 2010
92. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss MESA+ Annual Meeting, Twente University,Enschede, The Netherlands September, 2010
93. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss International Symposium on Materials for Enabling Nanodevices (ISMEN),Los Angeles, CA September, 2010
94. A Career in Nanoscience (So Far) P. S. Weiss University of Bristol, Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials,Bristol, England September, 2010
95. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss University of Bristol, Opening of the Nanoscience and Quantum Information Centre,Bristol, England September, 2010
96. Eyes of the 21st Century: Patterning and Imaging from the Subnanometer to theWafer Scale, P. S. Weiss International Forum on Cancer, Materials Science and Nanotechnology,Los Angeles, CA (and by videoconference to Houston, TX, Washington, DC, and Cairo, Egypt) July, 2010
97. Eyes of the 21st Century: Controlling the Placement and Environments of Functional Assemblies at All Scales, P. S. Weiss IBM TJ Watson Research Center,Yorktown Heights, NY July, 2010
98. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Chemistry,Hong Kong June, 2010
99. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Chicago, James Franck Institute Colloquium,Chicago, IL June, 2010
100. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Precise Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Workshop on Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry (MSN): From Grand Challenges to the Research Priorities of Functional Systems Chemistry,Arlington, VA June, 2010
101. Designing, Measuring, andControllingMolecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss The 2010 Global CoE International Symposium on Future Molecular Systems -- Beyond Supramolecular Chemistry, Kyushu University, NanoCenter Global Center of Excellence,Fukuoka, Japan June, 2010
102. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of Chemistry,Hong Kong June, 2010
103. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Hong Kong University, Department of Chemistry,Hong Kong June, 2010
104. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Peking University, Centenary Celebration of the College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering,Beijing, China May, 2010
105. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Beilstein--Bozen Symposium onMolecular Interactions and Systems Chemistry,Bolzano, Italy May, 2010
106. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Colorado State University, Department of Chemistry Seminar,Fort Collins, CO April, 2010
107. P. S. Weiss University of California, Berkeley, Department of Physics, Condensed Matter Physics Seminar,Berkeley, CA April, 2010
108. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Thomas Jefferson University,William Potter Lecture,Philadelphia, PA April, 2010
109. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Boulder, CO April, 2010
110. Eyes of the 21stCentury:Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Rice University,Department of ChemistryColloquium,Houston, TX February, 2010
111. Designing, Measuring, andControllingMolecular and SupramolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss US--Korea Conference 2010: Green Technology for a New World,Seattle,WA January, 2010
112. Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales: New Strategies and Chemistries, P. S. Weiss iNano Summer School on Self--Assembly of Molecular Nanostructures,Sønderborg, Denmark January, 2010
113. New Dimensions in Patterning: Placement and Metrology of Chemical Functionality at All Scales, P. S. Weiss 3rd Annual Biosensing Symposium of the SPIE Optics & Photonics Conference,San Diego, CA January, 2010
114. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss IEEE International NanoElectronics Conference,Hong Kong January, 2010
115. Opportunities and Challenges in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, P. S. Weiss President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Review of the National Nanotechnology Initiative,Washington, DC January, 2010
116. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Peking University,Department of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science,Beijing, China January, 2010
117. Designing, Measuring, andControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Beijing nanoCenter Special Colloquium,Beijing, China January, 2010
118. Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales: New Strategies and Chemistries, P. S. Weiss 148th Chinese Academy of Science Nanoscience Forum Distinguished Invited Lecture, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of High Energy Physics,Beijing, China January, 2010
119. Designing, Measuring, and Controlling Molecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Chemical Society, Molecular Science Forum Lecture,Beijing, China January, 2010
120. Designing, Measuring, and ControllingMolecular and Supramolecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 18th International Vacuum Congress,Beijing, China January, 2010
121. New Families of Molecules for Self--Assembly and Chemical Patterning, P. S. Weiss IEEE Nano,Seoul, South Korea January, 2010
122. A Career in Nanoscience (So Far), P. S. Weiss IEEE Nano,Seoul, South Korea January, 2010
123. Global Research Networks, P. S. Weiss Korea--India Forum of the Asian Research Network,Seoul, South Korea January, 2010
124. Eyes of the 21st Century: Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales, P. S. Weiss Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Institute for Advanced Study Distinguished Lecture,Hong Kong January, 2010
125. Quantitative Measurements of Adsorbate Interactions and Dynamics: Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Physics Colloquium,Los Angeles, CA November, 2009
126. Self-- andDirectedAssembly for the Control of Single--Molecule Environments, P. S. Weiss Sigma Aldrich, Materials Today Webinar, Self--Assembly of Molecules into Monolayers: Assembly andAnalysis, Molecule by Molecule,Los Angeles, CA November, 2009
127. Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales: New Strategies and Chemistries, P. S. Weiss Third International Symposium on Nanobiotechnology,Los Angeles, CA November, 2009
128. Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules atAll Scales:New Strategies andChemistries, P. S. Weiss University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry,Evanston, IL October, 2009
129. Controlling the Placement and Environments of Molecules at All Scales: New Strategies and Chemistries, P. S. Weiss International Institute of Nanotechnology Annual Symposium, Northwestern University,Evans ton, IL October, 2009
130. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss China Nano 2009,Beijing, China September, 2009
131. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Kavli Foundation Board of Directors,Santa Barbara, CA September, 2009
132. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Sino--German Bilateral Forum on the Frontiers of Nanotechnology and Nanostandardization,Lanzhou, China September, 2009
133. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss China--Denmark Joint Symposium onMolecular Self--Assembly Processes,Beijing, China September, 2009
134. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre,Pune, India July, 2009
135. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Ninth Southern School on Material Science and Computational Chemistry,Jackson, MS July, 2009
136. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss Distinguished Panel Speaker, Beckman Scholars Eleventh Annual Symposium,Irvine, CA July, 2009
137. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Prof. J. W. McBain Memorial Lecture, Diamond Jubilee International Workshop on Nanotechnology andAdvanced FunctionalMaterials,Pune,India July, 2009
138. Constructivist Education at the Interdisciplinary Borders and Frontiers, P. S. Weiss Indian Institute of Science Engineering and Research,Pune, India July, 2009
139. Quantitative Measurements of Adsorbate Interactions andDynamics, P. S. Weiss Dynamics and Chemistry of Surfaces and Interface Basic ResearchWorkshop,Savannah, GA June, 2009
140. Quantitative Measurements of Adsorbate Interactions and Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss International Conference on Surface and Colloid Science and 83rd ACS Colloid and Surface science Symposium,New York, NY June, 2009
141. Nanoscale Chemical Patterning, P. S. Weiss 53rd International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication,Marco Island, FL May, 2009
142. Exploring and Controlling the Atom--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Universidad de Los Andes, Department of Physics,Mérida, Venezuela May, 2009
143. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Spring 2009 Meeting,San Francisco, CA April, 2009
144. Eyes of the 21st Century: Precise and Hierarchical Control of Chemical Functionality from theWafer ScaleDown to SingleMolecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Center for Molecular Immunology & Infectious Disease,University Park, PA April, 2009
145. Precise Functional Supramolecular Assemblies, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Chemistry, Celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Department of Chemistry,University Park, PA April, 2009
146. Designing, Measuring, Assembling, and Operating Synthetic Molecular Motors, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Salt Lake City, UT March, 2009
147. Progress towards Cluster--Assembled Materials, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Salt Lake City, UT March, 2009
148. Nanoscale Chemical Patterning, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Salt Lake City, UT March, 2009
149. Quantitative Measurements of Adsorbate Interactions and Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces,Ventura, CA February, 2009
150. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Nano Korea 2009,Ilsan, Seoul, South Korea January, 2009
151. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Oak Ridge National Laboratory Discovery Lecture,Oak Ridge, TN January, 2009
152. Eyes of the 21stCentury: Precise andHierarchical Control ofChemical Functionality from the Wafer Scale Down to Single Molecules and Supramolecular Complexes, P. S. Weiss University of California, Los Angeles, Cross--Disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology Program,Los Angeles, CA January, 2009
153. New Families of Molecules for Self--Assembly and Three--Dimensional Superstructures, J. N. Hohman, M. H. Kim, P. P. Zhang, E. I. Morin, V. Balema, and P. S. Weiss Molecular Electronics IX,Kauai, HI December, 2008
154. The Importance and Surprising Roles of Contacts in Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Molecular Electronics IX,Kauai, HI December, 2008
155. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss Texas A&M University, Department of Chemistry Frontiers Lectures,College Station, TX November, 2008
156. Quantitative Measurements of Single--Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Texas A&M University, Department of Chemistry Frontiers Lectures,College Station, TX November, 2008
157. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss TexasA&MUniversity,Department of Chemistry Frontiers Lectures,College Station, TX November, 2008
158. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, J. Clarence Karcher Lecture, and Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium,Norman, OK October, 2008
159. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Nebraska, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Lincoln, NE October, 2008
160. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Pittsburgh, Nanoscience Seminar,Pittsburgh, PA September, 2008
161. Quantitative Chemical Measurements at the Atomic Scale, P. S. Weiss Department of Energy Frontiers of Atomic--Scale Functionality Imaging Workshop, P. S. Weiss,Annapolis, MD September, 2008
162. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Nanoscale Spectroscopy and Nanotechnology and Spin--Polarized Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Joint Conference,Athens, OH July, 2008
163. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Biocapture Surfaces and Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Oxford University, Department of Biophysics,Oxford, United Kingdom July, 2008
164. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Biocapture Surfaces and Molecular Devices, P. S.Weiss and A. M. Andrews Third International Symposium on Bioanalysis, Nanotechnology and Biomedical Engineering,Changsha, Hunan, China June, 2008
165. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for MolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss Special Symposium on Emerging Science & Technology,Korea June, 2008
166. Designing, Measuring and conntrolling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 30th Annual Symposium on Applied Surface Analysis,University Park, PA June, 2008
167. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss International Scanning Probe Microscopy Conference,Seattle, WA June, 2008
168. How Can We Impact the Future with (New Materials,) New Methods and New Measurements?, P. S. Weiss National Science Foundation/National Institutes ofHealthWorkshop onNewInstrumentation,Rockville, MD June, 2008
169. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physics,Beijing, China June, 2008
170. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Northwestern University, International Institute for Nanotechnology, Frontiers in Nanotechnology Lecture,Evans ton, IL May, 2008
171. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Buffalo, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Buffalo, NY April, 2008
172. Understanding and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss Western New York Section of the American Chemical Society Undergraduate Research Symposium,Buffalo,NY April, 2008
173. Patterning and MeasuringMolecules Inserted intoControlled Self--Assembled Monolayer Matrices, P. S. Weiss PittCon 2008,New Orleans, LA March, 2008
174. Extracting Quantitative Single--Molecule Dynamics from Scanning Probe Images, P. Han, A. R. Kurland, B. A. Mantooth, A. M.Moore, E. C. H. Sykes,V. H. Crespi, and P. S. Weiss Challenge of Interdisciplinary Materials Science to Technological Innovation of the 21st CenturyMeeting,Sendai, Japan February, 2008
175. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,Philadelphia, PA January, 2008
176. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss iNANO Center, The Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center of Aarhus, Seminar,Aarhus, Denmark January, 2008
177. Quantitative Measurements of Single--Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Vanderbilt University, Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium,Nashville, TN January, 2008
178. Quantitative Scanning Probe Measurements of Single Atoms, Molecules and Assemblies: Preserving and Understanding Heterogeneity, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,Philadelphia, PA January, 2008
179. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of California, Los Angeles, California NanoSystems Institute,Los Angeles, CA January, 2008
180. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for MolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss CREST Workshop on Molecular Nanoelectronics,Kyoto, Japan November, 2007
181. How Can We Impact the Future with New Materials, New Methods, and New Measurements? P. S. Weiss Inauguration of the Advanced Institute for Materials Research,Sendai, Japan November, 2007
182. Developing Atomic--ResolutionTools toMeasure Spectral and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Inauguration of the Advanced Institute for Materials Research,Sendai, Japan November, 2007
183. Local Chemical Measurements with the Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss American Vacuum Society,Seattle, WA October, 2007
184. Quantitative Scanning Probe Measurements of Single Atoms, Molecules and Assemblies: Preserving and Understanding Heterogeneity, P. S. Weiss Images of the Nanoscale: From Creation to Consumption,Columbia, SC October, 2007
185. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Vanderbilt University Nanoscience and Engineering Colloquium and Physical Chemistry Seminar,Nashville, TN September, 2007
186. Constructivist Education at the InterdisciplinaryBorders and Frontiers, P. S. Weiss Korean National Academy of Science and Technology,Seoul, SouthKorea September, 2007
187. Precise Complex Molecular and Nanoparticle Assemblies for Photonics, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Clusters, Nanocrystals&Nanostructures,South Hadley, MA July, 2007
188. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Electronic Materials,South Hadley, MA July, 2007
189. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World: Directing Chemical Reactions and Atomically Precise Structures, P. S. Weiss University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Chemistry,Dallas, TX July, 2007
190. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Biological/Biomedical/Chemical Sensing,Hong Kong June, 2007
191. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World: Directing Chemical Reactions andAtomically Precise Structures, P. S. Weiss Hanyang University,Department of Chemistry,Seoul, South Korea June, 2007
192. Quantitative Measurements of Single Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Seoul National University, Department of Physics,Seoul, South Korea June, 2007
193. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss International Scanning Probe Microscopy Conference, Jeju Island, South Korea June, 2007
194. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Hong Kong, Department of Chemistry,Hong Kong June, 2007
195. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Texas at Austin, Department of Aerospace Engineering,Austin, TX May, 2007
196. Hybrid Approaches to the Placement and Patterning of Molecules in Controlled Matrices, P. S. Weiss Foundations of Nanoscience,Snowbird, UT April, 2007
197. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for MolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,Chicago, IL March, 2007
198. P. S. Weiss Global Education Summit, Tokyo, Japan March, 2007
199. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Institute for Materials Research Workshop on Advanced Materials,Sendai, Japan March, 2007
200. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Electrical Engineering,Dallas, TX March, 2007
201. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Pittcon 2007,Chicago, IL February, 2007
202. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Mesilla Chemistry Workshop on Electron Transfer and Molecular Devices,Mesilla, NM February, 2007
203. Nanoscience in Chemical and Biological Warfare Defense, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Boston, MA January, 2007
204. Self-- and Directed Assembly of Functional Nanoscale Structures, P. S. Weiss Electrochemistry and Self--Assembly in theNanomaterials Science: 60th BirthdayCelebration of Israel Rubinstein,Namur, Belgium January, 2007
205. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemistry, Levine Lectures,Pittsburgh, PA January, 2007
206. Quantitative Measurements of Single-- Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss University of Arizona, Eminent Scholars Lecture,Tucson, AZ December, 2006
207. Quantitative Measurements of Single Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss University of California at Riverside, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Riverside, CA October, 2006
208. Single Molecule Placement of Serotonin in Self--Assembled Monolayers Allows Selective Recognition by Antibodies and Native Transmembrane Receptors, S. Weiss, M. J. Shuster, A. U. Vaish, and A. M. Andrews 2006 Society for Neuroscience Meeting,Atlanta, GA October, 2006
209. Quantitative Measurements of Single Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss Trinity College Dublin, Department of Chemistry,Dublin, Ireland October, 2006
210. Attraction at a Distance: The Effects of Substrate--Mediated Interactions on Surface Chemistry, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society National Meeting,San Francisco, CA September, 2006
211. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Rochester, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Rochester, NY September, 2006
212. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of California at Davis, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Davis, CA September, 2006
213. Quantitative Measurements of Single Molecule Dynamics: Intermolecular Potentials and Functional Properties, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society National Meeting,San Francisco, CA September, 2006
214. A Physical Model of Axonal Damage Due to Oxidative Stress, P. S. Weiss, A. E. Counterman, T. G. D’Onofrio, and A. M. Andrews 10th International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders,Madrid, Spain July, 2006
215. Quantifying Substrate--Mediated Interactions, P. S. Weiss 2006 International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology,Basel, Switzerland July, 2006
216. Understanding and Quantifying the Roles of Substrate--Mediated Interactions in Directing Surface Chemical Reactions, P. S. Weiss Pittsburgh--Cleveland Catalysis Society,Pittsburgh, PA June, 2006
217. Single Molecule Measurements and Devices, P. S. Weiss CREST Workshop on Transport Properties of Single Molecules and Atomic Wires,Kanagawa, Japan May, 2006
218. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Spring 2006 Meeting,San Francisco, CA April, 2006
219. The Neurochip: An Advanced Nanomaterial for Small Molecule Capture of Biomolecule Binding Partners, A. Vaish, M. Shuster, P. S. Weiss, M. Pishko, A. M. Andrews Materials Research Society, Spring 2006 Meeting,San Francisco, CA April, 2006
220. Designing, Measuring and ControllingMolecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss InternationalWorkshop on QuantumMeasurement and Manipulation at the Molecular Scale,Hefei and Huangshan, China January, 2006
221. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld: Directing Chemical Reactions and Atomically Precise Structures, P. S. Weiss University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemistry, Levine Lectures,Pittsburgh, PA January, 2006
222. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 2006 International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology,Basel, Switzerland January, 2006
223. Precise ComplexMolecular and Nanoparticle Assemblies for Photonics, P. S. Weiss, R. K. Smith, and S. U. Nanayakkara PacifiChem 2005,Honolulu, HI December, 2005
224. Single Molecule Measurements and Devices, P. S. Weiss PacifiChem 2005,Honolulu, HI December, 2005
225. Substrate--Mediated Interactions, P. S. Weiss PacifiChem 2005,Honolulu, HI December, 2005
226. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss PacifiChem 2005,Honolulu, HI December, 2005
227. Contact Conductance of the Physical, Chemical, and Electronic Contacts in Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Fall, 2005 Meeting,Boston, MA November, 2005
228. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Biologically Inspired Nanomaterials,University Park, PA November, 2005
229. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar,College Park, MD November, 2005
230. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Weizmann Institute of Science,Rehovot, Israel October, 2005
231. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Duke University, Nanoscience and Department of Physics Colloquium,Durham, NC October, 2005
232. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- andDirected Assembly, P. S. Weiss Hebrew University, Nanoscience Center Colloquium and Institute of Chemistry,Jerusalem, Israel October, 2005
233. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss IsraelVacuum Society,Tel Aviv, Israel October, 2005
234. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 54th Meeting of Fujihara Seminar sponsored by The Fujihara Foundation of Science: Organic Semiconductors and Conductors; Half Century and Future Prospects,Tomakomai, Japan September, 2005
235. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Columbia University, Department of Physics Colloquium,New York, NY September, 2005
236. Exploiting Self-- and Directed Assembly for Nanolithography, P. S. Weiss Nanopatterning Workshop,Arlington, VA September, 2005
237. Chemically Advanced Nanolithography, P. S. Weiss Nano--Applications Workshop of the Center for Innovation Management Studies (North Carolina State University) and the Center for Nano--Scale Science (Penn State),University Park, PA July, 2005
238. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss China Nano 2005 June, 2005
239. New Strategies in Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Semiconductor Research Corporation/DARPA Meeting on Self-- and Directed Assembly,Madison, WI June, 2005
240. Extending and Applying Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Semiconductor Research Corporation/National Nanotechnology Initiative Consultative Working Group #2 Workshop on Directed Self--Assembly of Materials for Patterning,Madison, WI June, 2005
241. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Laboratory and Center for Bits and Atoms Colloquium,Cambridge, MA May, 2005
242. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Foundations of Nanoscience, Keynote Address in Self--Assembly,Snowbird, UT April, 2005
243. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Yale University, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,New Haven, CT April, 2005
244. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Chemistry,Tokyo, Japan March, 2005
245. Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Electrochemistry,Ventura, CA February, 2005
246. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Juniata College, Department of Physics Colloquium,Huntington, PA February, 2005
247. Designing, Measuring and Controlling Molecular-- and Supramolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 23rd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research Meeting,Houston, TX February, 2005
248. Substrate--Mediated Interactions, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society National Meeting,Washington, DC January, 2005
249. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Engineering Foundation Conference on Molecular Electronics,San Diego, CA January, 2005
250. Single Molecular Motors, P. S. Weiss, T. Takami, T.Ye,K.--I. Sugiura, D. P. Arnold, J. Jiang, and J.M. Tour American Chemical Society National Meeting,Washington, DC January, 2005
251. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- andDirected Assembly, P. S. Weiss The 1st International Symposium on the Functionality of Organized Nanostructures (FON’04): Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the Atomcraft Project,Tsukuba, Japan December, 2004
252. CreatingNanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss InternationalWorkshop on MultifunctionalMaterials,Huatulco, Mexico October, 2004
253. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Zyvex, LLC Research Laboratories,Plano, TX September, 2004
254. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Texas A&M, Department of Chemistry,College Station, TX September, 2004
255. P. S. Weiss Department of Energy, Advanced Resources for Catalysis Science Workshop, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory September, 2004
256. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss University of Texas at Austin,Department of Chemical Engineering Colloquium,Austin, TX September, 2004
257. Introduction to Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Nanostructure Fabrication,Tilton School, NH July, 2004
258. Molecular Engineering of SingleMolecule Devices andMolecular Assemblies, P. S. Weiss Semiconductor Research Corporation/NASA Ames Workshop on Novel Materials and Assembly Methods for Extending Charge Based Technology to Its Ultimate Limits,Moffett Field, CA July, 2004
259. Manipulating Interfaces to Gain Control of Biological, Chemical, and Physical Properties, P. S. Weiss The Physics of Interfaces in Soft Condensed Matter,Arlington, VA June, 2004
260. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Beijing 2004 Conference on Scanning Probe Microscopy, Sensors, and Nanostructures May, 2004
261. Measuring andControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for MolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss University of Delaware,Department of Chemistry and BiochemistryColloquium,Newark,DE May, 2004
262. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss 2004 Fragrant Hill Symposium on Molecular and Plastic Electronics and Photonics,Beijing, China May, 2004
263. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Georgia Tech, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,Atlanta, GA April, 2004
264. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Johns Hopkins University,Department of Chemical&BiomolecularEngineering,Baltimore,MD April, 2004
265. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Foundations of Nanoscience: Self--Assembled Architectures and Devices,Snowbird, UT April, 2004
266. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Northwestern University, Department of Chemistry Colloquium, Evans ton, IL April, 2004
267. CreatingNanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Carnegie MellonUniversity,Department of ChemistryColloquium,Pittsburgh, PA March, 2004
268. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Anaheim, CA March, 2004
269. Nanoscale Analyses of Functional Properties of Materials, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Anaheim, CA March, 2004
270. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties in Lipid Bilayer Membranes, P. S. Weiss PittCon 2004,Chicago, IL March, 2004
271. Self-- and Directed Assembly for Testing, Optimizing, and Operating Single Molecule Devices, P. S. Weiss DARPA Challenges and Opportunities in Self--Assembled Molecular--Scale Architectures,Washington, DC February, 2004
272. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties inLipid BilayerMembranes, P. S. Weiss International Symposium on Molecules, Machines and Networks, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,National Center for Biological Research,Bangalore, India January, 2004
273. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss 2004 US--Korea Conference: Symposium on Nanostructure Science/Technology (UKC--nano2004),Research Triangle Park, NC January, 2004
274. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss The 20th Yokohama City University International Forum (YCUIF--20) Science and Technology in Nanometer--Scale Materials,Yokohama, Japan January, 2004
275. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for Single Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss MaterialsResearch SocietyMeeting,Boston, MA December, 2003
276. Microtubule Degradation via Oxidative Damage to Unsaturated Lipids and Protection Against This Attack, X. A. Perez, T. G. D’Onofrio, A. E. Counterman, A. Hatzor and P. S. Weiss Society for Neuroscience,New Orleans, LA November, 2003
277. CreatingNanostructures through Self-- andDirected Assembly, P. S. Weiss 7th International Conference on Atomically Controlled Surfaces, Interfaces and Nanostructures (ACSIN--7),Nara, Japan November, 2003
278. Exploiting Intermolecular Interactions for Nano--Scale Control, P. S. Weiss Cornell University, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering,Ithaca, NY October, 2003
279. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Workshop on Molecular FunctionalMaterials,Hong Kong October, 2003
280. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss New Horizons in Molecular Sciences and Systems: An Integrated Approach,Okinawa, Japan October, 2003
281. Creating Nanostructures through self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss 35th American Chemical Society Central Region Meeting,Pittsburgh, PA October, 2003
282. New Tools for Nanoscale Analyses, P. S. Weiss American Chemical SocietyMeeting,New York, NY September, 2003
283. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Taylor Lectures of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering,University Park, PA September, 2003
284. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Department of Physics Colloquium,Athens, OH September, 2003
285. Single Molecule Devices and Dynamics, P. S. Weiss 4th IUVSTA Meeting on Ultrafast Surface Dynamics,Telluride, CO June, 2003
286. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society: Nanotechnology -- from Current Perspectives to Future Applications,Saratoga Springs, NY June, 2003
287. Nanomaterials and Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss German--American Frontiers of Science Symposium,Irvine, CA June, 2003
288. P. S. Weiss German--American Frontiers of Science Symposium, Irvine, CA June, 2003
289. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Single Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Condensed Matter Physics,New London, CT June, 2003
290. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for SingleMolecularDevices, P. S. Weiss University of California at Berkeley, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Berkeley,CA May, 2003
291. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties in Self--Assembled Systems: Molecules, Monolayers and Membranes, P. S. Weiss Pomona College&HarveyMudd College,Chemistry and PhysicsColloquia,Claremont, CA April, 2003
292. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,New Orleans, LA March, 2003
293. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties in Lipid Bilayer Membranes, P. S. Weiss PittCon,Orlando, FL March, 2003
294. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Nano--Space Engineering for Nanoarchitectonics,Tsukuba, Japan March, 2003
295. Creating Nanostructures through Self-- and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss American Physical Society March Meeting,Austin, TX March, 2003
296. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Merck--Bucknell Lecture Series in Lewisburg, PA February, 2003
297. P. S. Weiss Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Bio--Molecular Motors Workshop, San Francisco, CA January, 2003
298. Measuring Local Functional Properties with Scanning Probe Microscopies, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Fall, 2002 Meeting,Boston, MA December, 2002
299. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties in Self--Assembled Systems: Monolayers and Membranes, P. S. Weiss Massachusetts Institute of Technology,Cambridge, MA December, 2002
300. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss American Vacuum Society National Meeting,Seattle, WA November, 2002
301. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties in Lipid BilayerMembranes, P. S. Weiss 2002 Meeting of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies,Providence, RI October, 2002
302. Penn State Center for Nanoscale Science: Combining Nanoscience & Selective Chemistry, P. S. Weiss Pennsylvania Nanotechnology Commission,Harrisburg, PA October, 2002
303. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss 2002 International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials,Nagoya,Japan September, 2002
304. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Ithaca College, Department of Chemistry,Ithaca, NY September, 2002
305. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of Tokyo, Institute for Solid State Physics,Tokyo, Japan September, 2002
306. Exploiting & Controlling Intermolecular Interactions for the Precise Placement & Connection of Molecules, P. S. Weiss Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry,Cambridge, MA September, 2002
307. Measuring Local Functional Properties with Scanning Probe Microscopies, P. S. Weiss 4th European Community Conference on Nanotechnology: Tools and Instrumentation for Nanoscale Research & Manufacturing,Grenoble, France June, 2002
308. Exploiting and Controlling Intermolecular Interactions for Precise Placement and Connection ofMolecules, P. S. Weiss US--Korean Workshop on Advancing Nanolithography,Seoul, Korea June, 2002
309. Exploiting and Controlling Intermolecular Interactions for Precise Placement and Connection of Molecules, P. S. Weiss National Academy of Engineering Workshop on Engineering Thin Films at the Nanoscale,Raleigh, NC May, 2002
310. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss City College of NewYork, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,New York, NY May, 2002
311. Exploiting Intermolecular Interactions for Ultrahigh Resolution Nanolithography, S. Weiss, A. Hatzor, M. E. Anderson, J. D. Monnell, and A.Wissner--Gross 46th International Conference on Electron, Ion and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN),Anaheim, CA May, 2002
312. Controlling & Measuring Molecules, Monolayers, and Membranes, P. S. Weiss IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,Yorktown Heights, NY May, 2002
313. The Short and Winding Road to Nanoscience, P. S. Weiss University of Oregon, Materials Science Institute,Eugene, OR May, 2002
314. P. S. Weiss Adams Capital Management Discontinuity Roundtable, San Francisco, CA April, 2002
315. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Orlando, FL April, 2002
316. Controlling and Measuring Local Composition and Properties inLipid BilayerMembranes, P. S.Weiss andT. G. D’Onofrio American Chemical Society Meeting,Orlando, FL April, 2002
317. Self--Assembly and Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Drexel University, Penn State University, and University of Pennsylvania Joint Faculty Colloquium on Nanotechnology,Philadelphia, PA March, 2002
318. Single Molecular Switches, P. S. Weiss NanoTech 2002,Tokyo, Japan March, 2002
319. Controlling and Placing Molecules in Monolayers and Membranes, P. S. Weiss University of Pennsylvania, School of Engineering and Applied Science Seminar Series in Nanometer Scale Phenomena,Philadelphia, PA February, 2002
320. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Colorado StateUniversity,Department of ChemistryColloquium,Fort Collins, CO February, 2002
321. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Chemistry,Boulder, CO February, 2002
322. Measuring and ControllingMolecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting,Boston, MA February, 2002
323. Self--Assembly and Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Rice University, Department of Physics Colloquium,Houston, TX February, 2002
324. Manipulating and Measuring Local Composition in Lipid Bilayer Membranes, P. S. Weiss Los Alamos National Laboratory, Center for Nonlinear Science Colloquium,Los Alamos, NM, Spring January, 2002
325. P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on the Chemistry and Physics of Nanostructure Fabrication,Tilton School, NH January, 2002
326. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Organic Structures and Properties,Hyogo, Japan January, 2002
327. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Stanford University, Department of Chemistry,Palo Alto, CA December, 2001
328. Single Molecular Electronics and Measurements, P. S. Weiss Advanced Technology Institute,Tokyo, Japan December, 2001
329. Single Molecular Switches, P. S. Weiss 9th International Colloquium on Scanning Probe Microscopy,Atagawa, Shizuoka, Japan December, 2001
330. Molecular Electronics and Self--Assembly, P. S. Weiss Scripps Research Institute, Department of Chemistry,South Bend, IN November, 2001
331. P. S. Weiss National Science Foundation Workshop on Computer Architectures, South Bend, IN, November, 2001
332. Controlling and Measuring Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering Colloquium,` November, 2001
333. Atomic--Scale Probes ofChemical, Physical, and Electronic Properties, P. S. Weiss 2001 Meeting of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies,Detroit, MI October, 2001
334. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Connecting to the Nano--World,New York, NY October, 2001
335. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Chicago, IL September, 2001
336. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Kyocera,Kyoto, Japan July, 2001
337. Controlling and MeasuringLocal Composition and Properties in Lipid BilayerMembranes, P. S. Weiss Tokyo Institute ofTechnology,Laboratory ofBiodynamics,Tokyo, Japan July, 2001
338. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Biomolecular Engineering,Tokyo, Japan July, 2001
339. Measurements and Control of the Chemical, Physical, and Electronic Properties of Single and Bundled Molecules inMolecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Advanced Technology Program National Conference, Frontier Session on MolecularElectronics,Baltimore,MD June, 2001
340. Combining Self-- and Directed Assembly with Nanofabrication to Connect Molecular Devices, P. S. Weiss Applications of Synchrotron Radiation in Nanoscience and Technology,Upton, NY May, 2001
341. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic Scale World, P. S. Weiss Columbia University, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,New York, NY April, 2001
342. Synthetic Molecular Motors, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,San Diego, CA April, 2001
343. Tunable Microwave Frequency AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy for Dopant Profiling, G. S. McCarty, Z. J. Donhauser, and P. S. Weiss Ultra Shallow Junctions -- 2001, Sixth International Workshop on the Fabrication, Characterization and Modeling ofUltra ShallowDoping Profiles in Semiconductors,Napa, CA April, 2001
344. Molecular Wires and Switches, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Diego, CA April, 2001
345. Clusters of Nickel and Cobalt Promoters on Molybdenum Disulfide, P. S.Weiss, S. A. Kandel, and P. Han American Chemical Society Meeting,San Diego, CA April, 2001
346. Placement, Control and Isolation of Molecules via Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Spring, 2001 Meeting,San Francisco, CA April, 2001
347. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic Scale World, P. S. Weiss Pacific University, Department of Chemistry,Forest Grove, OR April, 2001
348. Measuring and Controlling Molecular--Scale Properties for Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Materials Research Society Spring, 2001 Meeting,San Francisco, CA April, 2001
349. Controlling and Measuring LocalMComposition and Properties in Lipid Bilayer Membranes, P. S. Weiss, T. G. D’Onofrio, E. H. Muth, and S. M. Ponder 4th International Conference on Biological Physics,Kyoto, Japan January, 2001
350. Controlling the Placement and Properties of Molecules in the Self-- and Directed Assembly of Organic Monolayers, P. S. Weiss PacifiChem 2000,Honolulu, HI. December, 2000
351. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of California at San Diego, Department of Chemistry,La Jolla, CA December, 2000
352. Measuring and Controlling Atomic--Scale Properties in Catalysis andMolecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Tohoku University, Institute for Materials Research,Sendai, Japan November, 2000
353. Placement, Control and Isolation ofMolecules via Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss First International Symposium on Nano--architectonics Using Suprainteractions,Tsukuba, Japan November, 2000
354. Atomic--ScaleViews of Interactions,Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss HitachiAdvanced Research Laboratory,Hatoyama, Japan November, 2000
355. Placement, Control and Isolation ofMolecules via Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss The Eighth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology,Bethesda,MD November, 2000
356. Extending Nanofabrication via Chemical Manipulation, P. S. Weiss Chemical and Physical Nanotechnology,Washington, DC November, 2000
357. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss University of Pennsylvania, SEAS Seminar Series on Nanoscience and Technology, Department of Materials Science Colloquium, and Physical Chemistry Seminar,Philadelphia, PA November, 2000
358. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Indiana University, Department of Chemistry,Bloomington, IN October, 2000
359. Measuring and Controlling Atomic--Scale Properties in Catalysis and Molecular Electronics, P. S. Weiss Fritz--Haber--Institut der Max--Planck--Gesellschaft, Department of Statistical Physics,Berlin, Germany October, 2000
360. Molecular Nano--Scale Science and Technology, P. S. Weiss Kyoto University, Venture Business Laboratory and Department of Electronics Science and Engineering,Kyoto, Japan September, 2000
361. P. S. Weiss National Science FoundationWorkshop on ForceTransduction inBiology,Arlington,VA July, 2000
362. Atomic--Scale Views of Hydrodesulfurization Catalysis, P. S. Weiss Gordon Conference on Catalysis,New London, NH June, 2000
363. Opportunities for Exploring Surfaces with Scanning Probe Microscopes, P. S. Weiss Surface Analysis 2000,University Park, PA June, 2000
364. Tunable Microwave Frequency AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy for Dopant Profiling, P. S. Weiss, G. S. McCarty, L. A. Bumm, Z. J. Donhauser, and B. A. Mantooth Sematech 2D Dopant Profiling Working Group,Gaithersburg, MD June, 2000
365. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss North Carolina State University, Future of Nano--Scale Science and Technology Symposium,Raleigh, NC May, 2000
366. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Cornell University, Center for Materials Research,Ithaca, NY May, 2000
367. P. S. Weiss National Science FoundationWorkshop on Nano--scale and Molecular Electronics,Arlington,VA May, 2000
368. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Chemistry,Ithaca, NY April, 2000
369. Controlling the Placement of Molecules in the Self--Assembly andDirected Assembly of OrganicMonolayers, P. S. Weiss 2000 March Meeting of the American Physical Society,Minneapolis, MN March, 2000
370. Atomic--Scale Insights into Hydrodesulfurization, P. S.Weiss, S. A. Kandel, P. Han, J. G. Kushmerick 219th American Chemical Society National Meeting,San Francisco, CA March, 2000
371. Measuring and Controlling Properties at the Nanometer Scale, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society Meeting,Washington, DC January, 2000
372. Controlling the Placement ofMolecules in the Self--Assembly and Directed Assembly of OrganicMonolayers, P. S.Weiss, D. L. Allara, L. A. Bumm, and J. J. Jackiw Condensed Matter and Materials PhysicsMeeting,Leicester, UK December, 1999
373. Atomic--ScaleControl and Measurement on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Atom Scale Processing andNovel Properties inNanoscopicMaterials,Osaka, Japan December, 1999
374. Controlling the Placement of Molecules in the Self--Assembly andDirected Assembly of OrganicMonolayers, P. S.Weiss, D. L. Allara, L. A. Bumm, J. J. Jackiw American Vacuum Society 46th International Symposium,Seattle, WA October, 1999
375. The Future of Surface Science Tools, P. S. Weiss American Vacuum Society 46th International Symposium,Seattle, WA October, 1999
376. Controlling the Placement of Molecules in the Self--Assembly and Directed Assembly of Organic Monolayers, P. S. Weiss STM ’99, Tenth International Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,Seoul, Korea July, 1999
377. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss Fritz--Haber--Institut der Max--Planck--Gesellschaft,Berlin, Germany June, 1999
378. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Delft University of Technology, Department of Applied Physics and DIMES,Delft, The Netherlands June, 1999
379. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss National Institute of Standards and Technology,Gaithersburg, MD June, 1999
380. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of California atBerkeley, Department of Chemistry,Berkeley, CA March, 1999
381. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss University of California at Santa Barbara, Department of Chemistry,Santa Barbara, CA March, 1999
382. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss IBM Almaden Research Center,San Jose, CA March, 1999
383. Selectively Placing Molecules inMonolayer Films through Self--Assembly and Directed Assembly, P. S. Weiss JRCATWorkshop on Technology for Identifying andManipulating Atoms &Molecules, The 2nd Workshop on Scanning Probe and Nanoelectronics (SP--Nano ’99), and the 3rd Asian Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (Asian STM ’99),Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan January, 1999
384. Probing Single Molecular Electronics and Chemistry at the Atomic Scale Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy, P. S. Weiss Single Molecules -- Analyses and Applications,Boston, MA January, 1999
385. Attempts to Manipulate and to Probe Local Composition and Resultant Properties in Lipid Bilayers, P. S. Weiss Biomolecular Transport Symposium,University Park, PA December, 1998
386. P. S. Weiss International Workshop on Electron Transmission through Molecular Interfaces,Sea of Galilee, Israel December, 1998
387. Electrons in, around, and through Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Nanotechnology Seminar,Yorktown Heights, NY November, 1998
388. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories,Murray Hill, NJ November, 1998
389. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss Yale University, Department of Electrical Engineering,New Haven, CT November, 1998
390. P. S. Weiss 25th Annual Conference of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry & Spectroscopy Societies,Austin, TX October, 1998
391. Electrons in, around, and through Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of California at San Diego, Department of Chemistry,La Jolla, CA October, 1998
392. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--Scale World, P. S. Weiss RIKEN, Institute for Physical and Chemical Research,Wako--shi, Saitama, Japan September, 1998
393. Electrons in, around, and through Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Tohoku University, Institute for Materials Research,Sendai, Japan September, 1998
394. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss Joint Research Center for Atom Technology and the National Institute for Advanced InterdisciplinaryResearch,Tsukuba, Japan September, 1998
395. Electrons in, around, and through Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Osaka University, Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research,Osaka, Japan September, 1998
396. Control and Measurement of Molecules Isolated or Bundled in Monolayers, P. S. Weiss American Vacuum Society, New Mexico Section Meeting,Albuquerque,NM May, 1998
397. Opportunities for Exploring Surfaces with Scanning Probe Microscopies P. S. Weiss PPG Fibers, Technical Seminar,Pittsburgh, PA April, 1998
398. Manipulating Adaptive Materials and Measuring Interactions, P. S. Weiss University of Wisconsin, Department of Materials Science and Engineering,Madison, WI April, 1998
399. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University ofWisconsin, Department of Chemistry,Madison, WI April, 1998
400. Atomic--ScaleViews of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss WestVirginia University,Department of Chemistry,Morgantown, WV April, 1998
401. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces P. S. Weiss Carnegie--Mellon University, Departments of Chemical Engineering and Physics,Pittsburgh, PA April, 1998
402. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Rice University, Department of Chemistry,Houston, TX April, 1998
403. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Texas Instruments,Dallas, TX April, 1998
404. Patterning Molecules on the Nanometer Scale, P. S. Weiss, J. J. Arnold, L. A. Bumm, L. F. Charles, M. T. Cygan, T. D. Dunbar, and D. L. Allara 215th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Dallas, TX March, 1998
405. Electrons in, around, and through Adsorbed Molecules, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Department of Chemistry,Seattle, WA March, 1998
406. Manipulating and Probing SingleMolecules in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology, P. S. Weiss American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting and Science Innovation Symposium,Philadelphia, PA February, 1998
407. Measurements of Single and Bundled Molecules Organized or Isolated in Monolayers, P. S. Weiss Los Alamos National Laboratory,Los Alamos, NM February, 1998
408. Probing Molecular Electronics and Photonics at the Nanometer Scale: Capabilities and Directions, P. S. Weiss DARPA Workshop on the Status and Future of Molecular Electronics,Reston, VA February, 1998
409. Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy Studies in Fundamental Aspects of Catalysis, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Chemical Engineering,University Park, PA February, 1998
410. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions andDynamics ofMolecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Pittsburgh, PA January, 1998
411. Electrons in, around, and through Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss 216th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Boston, MA January, 1998
412. Exploring and Controlling the Atomic--ScaleWorld, P. S. Weiss Kyoto University, Venture Business Laboratory, Department of Electronic Science and Engineering,Kyoto, Japan January, 1998
413. SingleMolecules in Chemistry and Biology, P. S. Weiss Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,Philadelphia, PA January, 1998
414. Assessing the Value of Research in the Chemical Sciences P. S. Weiss Workshop Organized by The Chemical Sciences Roundtable, National Research Council, Washington, DC December, 1997
415. Electron Transport through Organic Molecules Isolated or Organized in Monomolecular Films P. S. Weiss International Conference on Molecular Electronics -- Science and Technology,Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico December, 1997
416. Strategies for Self--Assembly AndHookup of Molecule--BasedDevices D.L.Allara,T.Dunbar, P. S.Weiss, L. A. Bumm, M. T. Cygan, Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico International Conference on Molecular Electronics -- Science and Technology, December, 1997
417. Issues, Components, Systems, and Opportunities for Detectors of Biological and Chemical Warfare Agents, G. A. Blake, M. Prentiss, and P. S. Weiss Defense Science Study Group V Symposium,Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA November, 1997
418. Atomic--ScaleViews of Interactions andDynamics ofMolecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss NavalResearch Laboratory,Washington, DC October, 1997
419. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Fritz--Haber--Institut der Max--Planck--Gesellschaft, Department of Physical Chemistry,Berlin, Germany September, 1997
420. Patterning Molecules on the Nanometer Scale, P. S. Weiss, J. J. Arnold, L. A. Bumm, L. F. Charles, M. T. Cygan, T. D. Dunbar, and D. L. Allara 214th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Las Vegas, NV September, 1997
421. Natural and Artificial Means of Controlling Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss International Workshop on Surface Chemistry on the Nanoscopic Scale,Oegstgeest, The Netherlands September, 1997
422. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss FOM -- Institute for Atomic andMolecular Physics,Amsterdam, The Netherlands September, 1997
423. Imaging and Probing Self--Assembled Monolayers and Molecules Inserted in These Organic Films, L. A. Bumm, J. J. Arnold, M. T. Cygan, J. D. Shore, L. F. Charles, T. D. Dunbar, D. L. Allara, L. Jones, T. P. Burgin, J. M. Tour, and P. S. Weiss STM’97, 9th International Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,Hamburg, Germany July, 1997
424. Imaging Adsorbed Molecules and Their Interactions with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, M. M. Kamna, T. M. Graham, and P. S. Weiss STM’97, 9th International Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,Hamburg, Germany July, 1997
425. Genomic Technologies, P. S. Weiss JASON,La Jolla, CA July, 1997
426. Atomic--ScaleViews of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Cambridge,Department of Chemistry,Cambridge, England July, 1997
427. Interactions and Dynamics of Adsorbed Aromatic Molecules and Radicals, P. S. Weiss, M. M. Kamna, and T. M. Graham 57th Annual Conference on Physical Electronics,Eugene, OR June, 1997
428. Measuring the Conductivity and Other Properties of Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss California Institute of Technology, Inorganic Electrochemistry Seminar,Pasadena, CA June, 1997
429. Marrying Techniques for Manipulating and Probing SingleMolecules: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Department of Molecular Biotechnology, Science in Progress Seminar,Seattle,WA May, 1997
430. Atomic--Scale Views of Atoms and Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Charles Evans and Associates,Redwood City, CA May, 1997
431. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions andDynamics ofMolecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Department of Chemistry and Physics,Weiss, Seattle,WA May, 1997
432. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Pennsylvania, Physical Chemistry Seminar, Department of Chemistry,Philadelphia, PA May, 1997
433. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions andDynamics of SingleMolecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Chicago, IL May, 1997
434. Probing Single Molecules with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss 213th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,San Francisco, CA April, 1997
435. Surface Chemistry: Following Brian Bent, P. S. Weiss 213th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Brian Bent Memorial Symposium, San Francisco, CA April, 1997
436. Atomic--Scale Views of Coupled Interactions and Dynamics on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Oregon, Materials/Physical Chemistry and Condensed Matter Physics Seminar, Departments of Chemistry and Physics,Eugene, OR April, 1997
437. Probing andManipulating Single Atoms and Molecules, P. S. Weiss National Security Agency,Microelectronics Research Laboratory,Columbia, MD January, 1997
438. Control of the Structure and Properties of Self--Assembled Monolayers, P. S. Weiss Eighth International Conference on Organized Molecular Films,Pacific Grove, CA January, 1997
439. Manipulating Single Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Department of Molecular Biotechnology,Seattle, WA November, 1996
440. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions and Dynamics on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Condensed Matter Physics Seminar,Seattle, WA November, 1996
441. P. S. Weiss EighthAnnual National Academy of Sciences Symposium on the Frontiers of Science, Irvine, CA November, 1996
442. Controlling Atomic--Scale Surface Structure and Properties in Ultrathin Films, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Surface Science Symposium, Departments of Chemistry and Physics,Seattle, WA October, 1996
443. Issues and Opportunities in Scanning Probe Microscopies, P. S. Weiss Fourth National Science Foundation Materials Chemistry Workshop,Philadelphia, PA October, 1996
444. Atomic-- and Molecular--Scale Imaging, P. S. Weiss Gordon Conference on Atomic and Molecular Interactions,New London, NH July, 1996
445. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics and Chemistry on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Exxon Research and Development Laboratories, Baton Rouge,Baton Rouge, LA May, 1996
446. Are SingleMolecularWires Conducting? P. S. Weiss DefenseAdvanced Research ProjectsAgencyULTRA Meeting,University Park, PA April, 1996
447. Continuing Observations of Nanometer--Scale Surface Properties, P. S. Weiss, J. J. Arnold, L. A. Bumm, M. T. Cygan, S. J. Stranick, T. Dunbar, D. L. Allara, T. P. Burgin, L. Jones II, and J. M. Tour 211th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, “Continuing Observations of Nanometer--Scale Surface Properties,American Chemical Society Nobel Laureate Signature Award Address, New Orleans, LA March, 1996
448. Atomic--Scale View of Motion and Interactions, P. S.Weiss, J. J. Arnold, L. A. Bumm, M. T. Cygan, S. J. Stranick,T.Dunbar, and D. L. Allara 211th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,New Orleans, LA March, 1996
449. Molecular Views of Structure, Properties, and Dynamics of Mixed Composition Self--Assembled Monolayers, P. S. Weiss Meeting of the American Physical Society,St. Louis, MO March, 1996
450. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Surfaces: Characterization and Dynamics,Rehovot, Israel January, 1996
451. Atomic--Scale Views of Surfaces: Understanding and Extending Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy, P. S. Weiss Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of Chemistry,Rehovot, Israel January, 1996
452. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Hebrew University, Department of Applied Physics,Jerusalem, Israel January, 1996
453. Understanding and Extending Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss Tel Aviv University, Department of Chemistry,Tel Aviv, Israel January, 1996
454. Atomic--Scale Interactions and Dynamics on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss 47th Southeast/51st Southwest Joint Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Memphis, TN December, 1995
455. Atomic--Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss 42nd National Symposium of the American Vacuum Society,Minneapolis, MN November, 1995
456. Nanometer--Scale Features and Properties in Self--Assembled Systems P. S.Weiss, J. J. Arnold, L. A. Bumm, L. F. Charles, M. T. Cygan, M. M. Kamna, N. F. Shedlock, S. J. Stranick, T. D. Dunbar, D. L. Allara, T. Burgin, L. Jones, and J. M. Tour Fourth Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology,Palo Alto, CA November, 1995
457. Atomic--ScaleViews of Interactions,Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss HitachiAdvanced Research Laboratory,Hatoyama, Japan October, 1995
458. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules at Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Northwestern University, Department of Chemistry,Evans ton, IL October, 1995
459. Atomic--Scale Interactions and Dynamics on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss 188th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society,Chicago, IL October, 1995
460. Tunneling through Single Atoms and Molecules? P. S. Weiss Workshop on the Tunneling Characteristics of Single Surface Atoms,Kanazawa, Japan October, 1995
461. Understanding and Extending the Capabilities of the Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss Surface Analysis ’95,University Park, PA June, 1995
462. Atomic Scale Views of Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss, S. J. Stranick, and M. M. Kamna 209th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Anaheim, CA April, 1995
463. STM Studies of Biological Molecules and Membranes, P. S. Weiss Biotechnology Research and Development Corporation,Orlando, FL March, 1995
464. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of California, Irvine, Department of Chemistry and Institute for Surface and Interface Science,Irvine, CA February, 1995
465. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss University of California, San Diego, Department of Chemistry,La Jolla, CA February, 1995
466. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD February, 1995
467. Atomic--Scale DynamicsMeasured Post--Mortem Examination, P. S. Weiss Dynamics of Gas--Surface Collisions Gordon Research Conference,Andover, NH January, 1995
468. Conventional and Alternating Current Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss Hewlett--Packard Laboratories,Palo Alto, CA January, 1995
469. Adsorbate, Two--Dimensional Interface, and Growth Dynamics, M. M. Kamna, S. J. Stranick, J. H. Ferris, and P. S.Weiss 1994 Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society,Boston, MA November, 1994
470. AnAtomic ScaleView ofMotion on Surfaces, P. S.Weiss, M. T. Cygan, J. H. Ferris, M. M. Kamna, K. R. Krom, S. J. Stranick, andM.G.YoshikawaYoungquist 41st National Symposium of the AmericanVacuum Society,Denver, CO October, 1994
471. Adsorbate and Two--Dimensional Interface Dynamics, S. J. Stranick, M. M. Kamna, J. H. Ferris, M. G. Yoshikawa Youngquist, and P. S.Weiss 54th Annual Conference on Physical Electronics,Knoxville, TN June, 1994
472. Conventional andACScanning TunnelingMicroscopy and Spectroscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss, S. J. Stranick, L. A. Bumm, M. M. Kamna, and L. E. L. Reynolds Engineering Foundation Conference on Ordered Molecular and Nanoscale Electronics,Keauhou--Kona, HI June, 1994
473. Nanometer Scale Phase Segregation, Motion, andDefects in Self--AssembledMonolayers of Alkanethiols on Au{111}, P. S.Weiss, S. J. Stranick,M. T.Cygan, M. M. Kamna, K. R. Krom,A. N. Parikh, and D. L. Allara Engineering Foundation Conference on Ordered Molecular and Nanoscale Electronics,Keauhou--Kona, HI June, 1994
474. Defects, Motion, and Phase Segregation in Self--Assembled Monolayers of Alkanethiols on Au{111}, P. S. Weiss, S. J. Stranick, M. T. Cygan, M. M. Kamna, K. R. Krom,A.N. Parikh, andD. L.Allara Scanning Microscopy ’94,Toronto, Ontario, Canada May, 1994
475. A Two--Dimensional Double Layer: Benzene on Cu{111} at Low Temperature, P. S.Weiss, M. M. Kamna, and S. J. Stranick Scanning Microscopy ’94,Toronto, Ontario, Canada May, 1994
476. An Atomic--Scale View of Motion on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss, M. J. Abrams, M. T. Cygan, J. H. Ferris, M. M. Kamna, K. R. Krom, S. J. Stranick, and M. G. Yoshikawa Youngquist 208th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,Washington, DC January, 1994
477. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss IBM Almaden Research Center, Surface Science Seminar,San Jose, CA December, 1993
478. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry ofMolecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Stanford University, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,San Jose, CA December, 1993
479. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Surface Science Seminar,Berkeley, CA December, 1993
480. ScanningTunnelingMicroscopy, P. S. Weiss AlfredUniversity,Chemistry Seminar,Alfred, NY December, 1993
481. AC and Conventional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, Department of Theoretical Chemistry Seminar,Lyon, France November, 1993
482. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,College Park, MD November, 1993
483. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Cornell University, Department of Chemistry,Ithaca, NY November, 1993
484. AC and Conventional Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, Department of Physics Seminar, Nijmegen, The Netherlands November, 1993
485. AC and Conventional Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Université de Paris VII, Groupe de Physiques des Solides,Paris, France November, 1993
486. AC and Conventional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Centre d’Etudes Nucléaires de Saclay,Gif--sur--Yvette, France November, 1993
487. A Two--Dimensional Double Layer: Benzene on Cu{111} at Low Temperature, P. S. Weiss 1994 Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies,St. Louis, MO October, 1993
488. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss University ofWisconsin,Madison, Department of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry Seminar, and Department of Materials Science and Engineering Seminar,Madison, WI October, 1993
489. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss University of Delaware, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Newark, DE October, 1993
490. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Naval Research Laboratory,Washington, DC October, 1993
491. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Insulators, P. S. Weiss 25th Central Regional American Chemical Society Meeting,Pittsburgh, PA October, 1993
492. Interactions, Dynamics, andChemistry ofMolecules at Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Harvard University, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Cambridge,MA October, 1993
493. Interactions, Dynamics, and Chemistry of Molecules at Surfaces, P. S. Weiss Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Cambridge, MA September, 1993
494. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss NATO Advanced ResearchWorkshop on Photons and Local Probes,Konstanz, Germany September, 1993
495. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulators, P. S. Weiss Columbia University, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,New York, NY September, 1993
496. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, Surface Science Seminar,Murray Hill, NJ September, 1993
497. Watching Atoms and Molecules at Play on Surfaces, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Eberly College of Science Fireside Talks,University Park, PA July, 1993
498. Understanding and Extending Imaging and Spectroscopy with the Scanning TunnelingMicroscope, P. S. Weiss National Summer School in Materials Science and Surface Science, Göteborg, Sweden June, 1993
499. Natural andMan--Made Nanometer Scale Structures, P. S. Weiss National Summer School in Materials Science and Surface Science,Göteborg, Sweden June, 1993
500. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Insulators, P. S. Weiss Mid--Atlantic Regional American Chemical Society Meeting,Hempstead, NY June, 1993
501. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss Rutgers University, Department of Chemistry Colloquium,Piscataway,NJ April, 1993
502. Tunable Microwave Frequency AC Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy, S. J. Stranick and P. S.Weiss 1993 March Meeting of the American Physical Society,Bulletin of the American Physical Society 38, 403 March, 1993
503. Microwave Frequency AC Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy and Spectroscopy, P. S. Weiss Hewlett--Packard Laboratories,Palo Alto, CA March, 1993
504. AC Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy and Spectroscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss 1994 MarchMeeting of the American Physical Society,Pittsburgh, PA,March 23, 1994. Bulletin of the American Physical Society 39, 582 (1994) March, 1993
505. Conventional and AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Insulating Films and Solids, S. J. Stranick, L. A. Bumm, L. E. L. Reynolds, and P. S.Weiss 207th Meeting of the American Chemical Society,San Diego, CA March, 1993
506. AC Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy and Spectroscopy of Self--Assembled Monolayers, P. S. Weiss, S. J. Stranick, A. N. Parikh, and D. L. Allara 1993 MarchMeeting of the American Physical Society,Seattle,WA March, 1993
507. Tunable Microwave Frequency AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, S. J. Stranick and P. S. Weiss Gordon Research Conference on Frontiers of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,Ventura, CA March, 1993
508. Advances in ScanningTunnelingMicroscopy, P. S. Weiss The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Chemical Engineering Catalysis Seminar,University Park, PA February, 1993
509. STM Studies of Biological Molecules and Membranes, P. S. Weiss Biotechnology Research and Development Corporation,Bloomington, IL February, 1993
510. The AC Scanning Tunneling Microscope: A New Tool for Studying Insulating Films and Solids, P. S. Weiss University of Illinois, Champagne--Urbana, Department of Chemistry,Champagne--Urbana, IL February, 1993
511. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Self--Assembled Monolayers, P. S. Weiss, S. J. Stranick, A. N. Parikh, and D. L. Allara STM’93, International Conference on Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy,Beijing, China January, 1993
512. STM Studies of Biological Molecules and Membranes, P. S. Weiss Biotechnology Research and Development Corporation,Bloomington, IL January, 1993
513. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy, P. S. Weiss National Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research and the Electrotechnical Laboratory,Tsukuba, Japan January, 1993
514. ACScanningTunnelingMicroscopy and Spectroscopy, P. S. Weiss Tohoku University, Institute forMaterials Research,Sendai, Japan January, 1993
515. AC Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy, P. S. Weiss and S. J. Stranick STM’93, International Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,Beijing,china January, 1993
516. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, Surface Science Seminar,Murray Hill, NJ November, 1992
517. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss Union Carbide,Charleston, WV November, 1992
518. Studying Single Molecules with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories,Richland, WA October, 1992
519. Studying Single Molecules with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Seattle, WA October, 1992
520. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and SingleMolecules, P. S. Weiss Universität Konstanz, Fakultät für Physik, “Konstanz,Germany September, 1992
521. Expanding Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy to Study Insulators and SingleMolecules, P. S. Weiss Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris--area Physics Colloquium,Paris, France September, 1992
522. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and SingleMolecules, P. S. Weiss IBM Zürich Research Laboratory,Rüschlikon, Switzerland September, 1992
523. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss Universität Basel, Institut für Physik,Basel, Switzerland September, 1992
524. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss Unité Mixte de Recherche Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique -- Saint--Gobain,Aubervilles, France September, 1992
525. What is Underneath? Moving Atoms and Molecules to Find Out, P. S. Weiss and D. M. Eigler NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Manipulations of Atoms Under High Fields and Temperatures: Applications,Lyon, France July, 1992
526. Chemical Identification at Interfaces, P. S. Weiss E. I. Dupont de Nemours, Experimental Station,Wilmington, DE July, 1992
527. Low Temperature and Alternating Current Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss Hewlett--Packard Laboratories,Palo Alto, CA, July, 1992
528. Expanding Scanning Tunneling Microscopy to Study Insulators and Single Molecules, P. S. Weiss Dow Chemical Company,Midland, MI July, 1992
529. Short--Range Forces, Long--Range Order, J. A. Meyer, S. J. Stranick, J. H. Ferris, III and P. S. Weiss 52nd Annual Conference on Physical Electronics,Irvine, CA June, 1992
530. Studying Single Molecules with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss Eastman Kodak Company,Rochester, NY May, 1992
531. Studying SingleMoleculeswith the Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss American Chemical Society, Princeton SectionMeeting,Princeton, NJ March, 1992
532. Studies of Adsorption, Accommodation, and Imaging at 4K with an STM, P. S. Weiss Fritz--Haber--Institut der Max--Planck--Gesellschaft, Surface Science Seminar,Berlin,Germany March, 1992
533. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss Hope College, Chemistry Seminar,Holland, MI February, 1992
534. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, P. S. Weiss Calvin College, Chemistry Seminar,Grand Rapids, MI February, 1992
535. Studying Single Molecules with the Scanning Tunneling Microscope, P. S. Weiss Perkin Elmer Corporation,Minneapolis, MN January, 1992
536. What Can We Learn With a Scanning Tunneling Microscope? P. S. Weiss 30th Eastern Analytical Symposium,Somerset, NJ November, 1991
537. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Pennsylvania Junior Science and Humanities Symposium,University Park, PA November, 1991
538. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss E. I. Dupont de Nemours, Experimental Station,Wilmington, DE February, 1991
539. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Muhlenberg College, Chemistry Seminar,Allentown, PA February, 1991
540. Field Emission Spectroscopy as a Diagnostic for Tips for Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy, J. A. Meyer, S. J. Stranick, J. B. Wang and P. S. Weiss STM ’91, 6th International Conference on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy,Interlaken, Switzerland January, 1991
541. Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy of Isolated Adsorbates at 4K, P. S.Weiss and D. M. Eigler STM ’90, 5th International Conference on Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy/Spectroscopy and NANO I, 1st International Conference on Nanometer Scale Science and Technology,Baltimore, MD, July, 1990
542. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss California Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry,Pasadena, CA May, 1990
543. Scanning TunnelingMicroscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss University of California, Irvine, Institute for Surface and Interface Science, Departments of Chemistry and Physics,Irvine, CA May, 1990
544. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss University of California, San Diego, Department of Chemistry,La Jolla, CA May, 1990
545. Recent Developments in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy II, P. S. Weiss Shell Development Company, Westhollow Research Center,Houston, TX April, 1990
546. ,Recent Developments in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy I, P. S. Weiss Shell Development Company, Westhollow Research Center,Houston, TX April, 1990
547. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Ithaca College, Department of Chemistry and Chemistry Club,Ithaca, NY March, 1990
548. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Cornell University, Molecular Dynamics Seminar, Department of Chemistry,Ithaca, NY March, 1990
549. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss James Madison University, Chemistry Seminar,Harrisonburg, VA February, 1990
550. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Fordham University, Chemistry Seminar,Bronx, NY February, 1990
551. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss James Madison University, Chemistry Seminar,Harrisonburg, VA November, 1989
552. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss University of Virginia, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Charlottesville, VA November, 1989
553. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Shell Development Company, Westhollow Research Center,Houston, TX June, 1989
554. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss Naval Research Laboratory,Washington, DC June, 1989
555. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss National Institute of Standards and Technology,Gaithersburg, MD June, 1989
556. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss and D. M. Eigler STM Workshop ’89,Philadelphia, PA May, 1989
557. Scanning Tunneling ‘Microscopy’, P. S. Weiss IBM Almaden Research Center,San Jose, CA April, 1989
558. ScanningTunnelingMicroscopy at 4K, P. S.Weiss and D. M. Eigler Analytical ChemistryGordon Research Conference,New Hampton, NH January, 1989
559. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S.Weiss and D. M. Eigler Pennsylvania Surface Science Workshop,University Park, PA January, 1989
560. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss University of Liverpool, Department of Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Surface Science,Liverpool, England November, 1988
561. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S.Weiss and D. M. Eigler IBM Almaden Research Center, STM Seminar, San Jose, CA November, 1988
562. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at 4K, P. S. Weiss University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory,Cambridge, England November, 1988
563. Changes in the Optical Response of Semiconductors Upon Chemisorption, P. S.Weiss, P. L. Trevor and M. J. Cardillo Third Chemical Congress of North America,Toronto, Ontario, Canada June, 1988
564. Collisional Carrier Excitation on GaAs(110), P. S.Weiss, P. L. Trevor andM. J. Cardillo 48th Annual Conference on Physical Electronics,Upton,NY June, 1988
565. The Coupling of Gas--Surface Interactions to Semiconductor Electronic Properties, P. S. Weiss University of Washington, Department of Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Seminar,Seattle, WA April, 1988
566. The Coupling of Gas--Surface Interactions to Semiconductor Electronic Properties, P. S. Weiss IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,Yorktown Heights, NY April, 1988
567. The Coupling of Gas--Surface Interactions to Semiconductor Electronic Properties, P. S. Weiss Cornell University, Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics, Surface Science Seminar, Ithaca, NY March, 1988
568. TheCoupling of Gas--Surface Interactions to Semiconductor Electronic Properties, P. S. Weiss University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry and James Franck Institute, Chicago, IL January, 1988
569. Electronic Detection of Gas--Surface Interactions, P. S. Weiss AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, Surface Science Seminar, NJ November, 1987
570. Electronic Detection ofMolecule--Surface Interactions, P. S. Weiss, P. L. Trevor and M. J. Cardillo 47th Annual Conference on Physical Electronics,Pacific Grove, CA June, 1987
571. Molecular Beam Semiconductor Surface Scattering, P. S.Weiss, P. L. Trevor andM. J. Cardillo Dynamics of Gas--Surface Collisions Gordon Research Conference,Andover, NH January, 1987
572. A Crossed Molecular Beams Study of the Reactions of Electronically Excited Alkali Atoms with Simple Molecules, P. S. Weiss AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, Materials Physics Department,Murray Hill, NJ November, 1986
573. Nonadiabatic Excitations in Hyperthermal Gas--Surface Scattering, P. S. Weiss, P. L. Trevor, A. Amirav, C. Lim, M. J. Cardillo and J. C. Tully 10th International Vacuum Congress, 6th International Conference on Solid Surfaces, and 33rd National Symposium of the American Vacuum Society,Baltimore, MD October, 1986
574. The State Selective Reaction Dynamics of Electronically Excited Sodium Atoms with Hydrogen Chloride and Molecular Oxygen, P. S.Weiss, J. M. Mestdagh, M. H. Covinsky, H. Schmidt and Y. T. Lee 1985 Conference on the Dynamics of Molecular Collisions,Snowbird, UT July, 1985
575. The Reaction Dynamics of Electronically Excited Sodium Atoms with Simple Molecules, P. S. Weiss AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill February, 1985
576. The Reaction Dynamics of Electronically Excited Sodium Atoms, P. S.Weiss, J. M. Mestdagh, H. Schmidt, M. H. Covinsky andY. T. Lee Lasers ’84,San Francisco,CA November, 1984



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