Quanterion Solutions Incorporated

About John Reade

Quanterion Solutions Incorporated, was formed with the mission to provide high quality QUANTitative engineering services to be used as critERION for critical decision making, hence the name Quanterion. Since its beginning in 2000, the company has expanded its technical capabilities beyond the original reliability, maintainability and quality to now also include knowledge management, software development/engineering, materials engineering, information technology and document management services. These technical capabilities are currently being applied in the defense, commercial, health care, energy and homeland defense markets.

NanoTech Connect Digest – Jan 2017

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Nanoscale ‘Conversations’ Create Complex, Multi-Layered Structures – Brookhaven National Laboratory Ever since scientists discovered that atomically thin materials could have useful electronic properties, engineers have been seeking ways to mass-produce so-called single-layer chips. A new technique shows how it might be done. Flexible Device Captures Energy From Human Motion – PHYS Building nanomaterials with features spanning just […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Dec 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Stanford Engineers Create Prototype Chip Just Three Atoms Thick – Stanford Ever since scientists discovered that atomically thin materials could have useful electronic properties, engineers have been seeking ways to mass-produce so-called single-layer chips. A new technique shows how it might be done. Flexible Device Captures Energy From Human Motion – PHYS The day of charging cellphones […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Nov 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: A Tiny Machine – UCSB In 1959 renowned physicist Richard Feynman, in his talk “Plenty of Room at the Bottom,” spoke of a future in which tiny machines could perform huge feats. Researchers Develop Textured Metal-Oxide Sheets Using Graphene Templates – AZO Nano A new method of producing ultrathin metal-oxide sheets with intricate crumple and wrinkle pattern […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Oct 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Scientists Just Developed the World’s Smallest Transistor – Science Alert Scientists have succeeded in creating the world’s smallest transistor, producing a switch with a working 1-nanometre gate. If you want to know how incredibly tiny that is, a human hair is around 80,000 to 100,000 nanometres wide. On the Thermodynamic Path Enabling a Room-temperature, Laser-assisted Graphite […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Sep 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Biomimetic Surface Patterning for Long-Term Transmembrane Access – Scientific Reports This architecture uses nanometer length-scale surface patterning to replicate the structure and function of membrane proteins, creating a gigaohm seal between the cell and a planar electrode array. ONR-Sponsored Scientists Create Electrical Wires Using Renewable “Green” Energy Resources – Azo Nano Scientists sponsored by the Office of […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Aug 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Smarter Self-assembly Opens New Pathways for Nanotechnology – Brookhaven National Laboratory Brookhaven Lab scientists discover a way to create billionth-of-a-meter structures that snap together in complex patterns with unprecedented efficiency. Simulation-Guided Drafting Process Introduces New Possibilities in Nanomanufacturing – Azo Nano Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in association with the Graz University […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Jul 2016

    Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Tiniest Imperfections Make Big Impacts in Nano-Patterned Materials – EurekAlert! A research team at Clarkson University reports an interesting conclusion that could have major impacts on the future of nano-manufacturing. Graphene Quantum Dots Can Improve the Efficiency of Silicon Solar Cells – Phys.org Small flakes of graphene could expand the usable spectral region of light in silicon […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Jun 2016

Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: NRL Develops New Low-Defect Method to Nitrogen Dope Graphene Resulting in Tunable Bandstructure – U.S. NRL An interdisciplinary team of scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Electronics Science and Technology and Materials Science and Technology Divisions, has demonstrated hyperthermal ion implantation (HyTII) as an effective means of substitutionally doping graphene – a hexagonally-arranged […]
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NanoTech Connect Digest – Apr 2016

Recent Headlines: Nanofabrication: Researchers Create Perfect Nanoscrolls from Graphene’s Imperfect Form – Phys Water filters of the future may be made from billions of tiny, graphene-based nanoscrolls. Nanoparticle Clumps Recycle Themselves into Complex Structures – Nanowerk Manufacturers produce high-end technology mostly top-down with large machinery, but small particles are able to build structures by themselves from the bottom up. Graphene-Based Remote […]
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