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Nowadays, nanotechnology has been applied to consumer products, i.e. T-shirt with Nanosilver or Cosmetics doped with Nanoparticles. One popular question is that “Nanotechnology used has any potential risk to envelopment or to human health or not?”. Prof. Robert Schiestl from UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center reported that titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles, found in everything from…See More
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Physicist
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
- Quantum calculations and molecular dynamic simulation for the nanoscale systems, i.e. Density functional theory (DFT), Semiempirical methods, Density Functional based Tight Binding (DFTB), DFTB/MD, MM, etc.
- Synthesis of patterned nanomaterials, i.e. ZnO nanostructures, Carbon nanotube, etc.
- Fabrication of molecular devices, i.e. Hybrid gas sensors.
- Electronic Nose, i.e. Desktop E-Nose and Portable E-nose
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Computational Nanotechnology, DFTB, Functionalization of nanomaterial, Fabrication of molecular devices, Electronic Nose, Nanocircuits, Nanorobots, Nanowire
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1. C. Wongchoosuk, A. Wisitsoraat, D. Phokharatkul, A. Tuantranont, and T. Kerdcharoen, Tungsten Oxide Thin Film doped with Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes for Hydrogen Gas Sensor, Sensors 2010, Vol. 10, pp. 7705-7715.

2. C. Wongchoosuk, A. Wisitsoraat, A. Tuantranont and T. Kerdcharoen, “Portable Electronic Nose Based on Carbon Nanotube-SnO2 Gas Sensors: Feature Extraction Techniques and Its Application for Detection of Methanol Contamination in Whiskeys”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2010, Vol. 147, pp. 392-399.

3. C. Wongchoosuk, M. Lutz and T. Kerdcharoen, “Detection and classification of human body odor using an electronic nose”, Sensors 2009, Vol. 9, pp. 7234-7249.

4. C. Wongchoosuk, A. Udomvech and T. Kerdcharoen, “The geometrical and electronic structures of open-end fully functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes”, Current Applied Physics 2009, Vol. 9, pp. 352-358.

5. C. Wongchoosuk, S. Choopun, A. Tuantranont and T. Kerdcharoen, “Au-doped Zinc Oxide Nanostructure Sensors for Detection and Discrimination of Volatile Organic Compounds”, Materials Research Innovation 2009, Vol. 13, pp. 185-188.

6. C. Wongchoosuk, S. Krongsuk and T. Kerdcharoen, “Theoretical investigations on the tip-functionalized carbon nanotubes interacting with water”, International Journal of Nanoparticles 2008, Vol. 1, pp. 136-151.
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Risks of Nanotechnology

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Nowadays, nanotechnology has been applied to consumer products, i.e. T-shirt with Nanosilver or Cosmetics doped with Nanoparticles. One popular question is that “Nanotechnology used has any potential risk to envelopment or to human health or not?”.…

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