Patterning is of importance for a number of applications, especially including the fabrication of sensors. Over the years, we have developed a number of novel approaches to patterning at LSST, including molecular-assembly patterning by lift-off, selective molecular assembly patterning, the use of new plastomers for nanocontact printing, AFM nanolithography, and bimetallic, patterned ultraflat metal surfaces.
- Delineating Fibronectin Bioadhesive Micropatterns by Photochemical Immobilization of PS and PVP
Olof Sterner, Marta Giazzon, Stefan Zürcher, Samuele Tosatti, Martha Liley, Nicholas D. Spencer
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces; 2014; 6(21) pp 18683-18692
- Template-Stripped, Ultraflat Gold Surfaces with Coplanar, Embedded Titanium Micro-Patterns
Nagaiyanallur V. Venkataraman, Jia Pei , Antonella Rossi, Nicholas D. Spencer
Langmuir; 2013; 29(31) pp 9935-9943