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Overview of nanotechnology posters from Hungary, origin country of NANOPAPRIKA -13 days until NANOPOSTER 2012 virtual event
J. FENT and S. LAKATOS
Recently various engineered nanoparticles are popular candidates for implementing them into diagnostics, therapeutics or using them for drug delivery. In some extent all these procedures involve direct contact between the nanoparticles and the blood constituents. Most of the nanoparticles are more or less toxic or have prothrombotic effects. A great deal of efforts has been made to decrease these unfavorable effects, mainly by attaching various functional groups to the surface of the nanoparticles.
L. Bacsardi, M. Galambos, S. Imre, A. Kiss
The research group consists of experts on quantum-computation and communications and on engineering. The researcher team has published scientific results in the field of quantum computation and communications, quantum cryptography and quantum information theory. The members of the research group are young, ambitious and motivated r. Currently, a professor, a post-doc, a PhD candidate, a graduate and two undergraduate students are involved in the research work.
In the last few years, quantum theory based on quantum mechanical principles has appeared in satellite communication offering answers for some of nowadays’ technical questions. Since all classical cryptographic schemes could be broken by quantum computers in the future, the relevance of quantum cryptography will be unquestionable in future’s secure communication. With the help of quantum cryptography, forces of nature can be used to implement perfectly secure cryptosystems.
M. Janosov and P. Petrik
I am working at the MTA TTK MFA since September 2010. My status is research student, since I am a second year biophysics student at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. I am currently working on a topic in which the optical characterization method of Spectroscopic Ellipsometry is being combined with optical waveguide spectroscopy.
The tool we develop for biochemical research offers high sensitivity in a broader thickness range, higher accuracy by verification of one method by the other, as well as the determination of versatile film parameters by building and fitting complex optical models.
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