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VINSE Faculty Member Cary Pint named to ’20 under 40′ by American Society for Engineering Education

Sep. 23, 2014—Cary Pint, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Nanomaterials and Energy Devices Laboratory at Vanderbilt University, was named to the American Society for Engineering Education’s Top 20 Under 40 last week. KEEP READING »  

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Liberating devices from their power cords

May. 19, 2014—Imagine a future in which our electrical gadgets are no longer limited by plugs and external power sources. This intriguing prospect is one of the reasons for the current interest in building the capacity to store electrical energy directly into a wide range of products, such as a laptop whose casing serves as its battery,...

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New device stores electricity on silicon chips

Oct. 22, 2013—Solar cells that produce electricity 24/7, not just when the sun is shining. Mobile phones with built-in power cells that recharge in seconds and work for weeks between charges. These are just two of the possibilities raised by a novel supercapacitor design invented by material scientists at Vanderbilt University that is described in a paper...

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Professor’s lab brings first ALD systems to Vanderbilt

Apr. 2, 2013—Cary Pint’s lab – Nanomaterials and Energy Devices Laboratory in Olin Hall – is close to completion and it brings to Vanderbilt its first two atomic layer deposition (ALD) systems, relatively small tools that deposit atomically thin layers of material on virtually any surface. The lab also houses a host of tools for new carbon...

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VINSE Welcomes Cary Pint

Sep. 9, 2012—Cary M. Pint, assistant professor of mechanical engineering B.S., University of Northern Iowa, 2005 M.S., Rice University, 2009 Ph.D., Rice University, 2010 Pint’s research interests focus on nanomate rials development for efficient and integrated energy storage and conversion devices. This effort builds upon cutting-edge materials design employing atomic layer deposition and nanocarbon and non-carbon nanostructure fabrication techniques. Of...

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