Nanotechnology Research Groups Database: EGOCREANET

Nanotech-research group name: EGOCREANET

Webpage link: www.edscuola.it/lre.html

University/Institute:EGOCREANET is an affiliate of Department of Chemistry of Florence University (It) and work in cooperation with the Inter University Consortia CSGI http://www.csgi.unifi.it/~csgi/index.html

Group leader (senior scientist): Paolo Manzelli

Country: ITALY 

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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on November 11, 2011 at 10:11am

Dear Collegues of Nano Paprika, EGOCREANET a href="http://www.edscuola.it/lre.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow nofollow">www.edscuola.it/lre.html> would like to build up with you a community in the area of complex physiochemical feautures relevant to the emerging field of nanotechnology management . In particular I think that the quantum entanglement effect will be of a great importance for understanding the changes from the bulk -matter of noscale confined soft-matter . 
OPEN DEBATE ON : Advances in nano-scale-science includes to focus the Entanglement in nano and bio-molecular systems . 
see : edscuola.it/archivio/lre/N
ano-science.pdf; nanopaprika.eu/
The Goal of EGOCREANET (edscuola.it/lre.html) is to open a debate to sharing innovation and hypotheses on the future of nano-science to provide a forum for researchers and industry managers to exchange and discuss latest and future design of innovation and analysis for the management disruptive innovation of nano-scale science .
Namely, we are interested in establishing the feasibility and characteristics of Quantum - Entanglement in nano-scale dimension opening a networking for improving a new paradigh of soft-matter through the trans-disciplinary application of the concept of entanglement exteded to cultural and science design, modelling in art and science and visual simulation of new management of nano-scale innovation. 
A particular focus of such open debate will be to the issues of Quantum Entenhlement theory regarding , quantum molecular entanglement in nano-scale,and to other relevant topics including: quantum coherence in delocalized bond structures and quantum entanglement in nanoscale dot- systems etc.. . Paolo ManzelliNov/11/2011-Firenze <pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com>


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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on October 25, 2011 at 12:07pm

OPEN DEBATE ON :
 
Advances in nano-scale-science  includes to focus the Entanglement in nano and bio-molecular systems . 
 
Quantum entanglement becomes the structure that connects 
as, in 'ancient philosophy of the Tao, was the concept of Yin / Yang >>

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The Goal of EGOCREANET (www.edscuola.it/lre.html) is to open a debate to sharing innovation and hypotheses on the future of nano-science to provide a forum for researchers and industry managers to exchange and discuss latest and future design and analysis for nano-scale science .
 Namely, we are interested in establishing the feasibility and characteristics of Quantum - Entanglement in nano-scale dimension opening a networking in nano-tecnology research group , in  trans-disciplinary application of the concept of entanglement exteded to  cultural and science design, modelling in art and science and visual  simulation of nano-scale innovation. 
 
A particular focus of such open debate will be to the issues of Quantum Entenhlement theory regarding , quantum molecular entanglement in  nano-scale,and to other relevant topics  including: quantum coherence in delocalized bond structures and quantum entanglement in nanoscale dot- systems etc.. . Paolo Manzelli  OC/25/2011-Firenze
-- <Note about the entanglement in nano-scale science>.  
One of most peculiar properties of Quantum Physiscs is focused on the Entanglement that get the possibility to built up special quantum shared states based on delocalized electon's field. 
In fact Entanglement permits to change the degre of localization of quantum/wave particles ;in fact also during  a spatial separation of pairwise electrons quantum entanglement generate a new  partial localized conjugate-systems of bonding atoms. 
The entanglement activity can evolve in strenght  and in coherence of sinultanety properties of mixed delocalized states and/or in the  successive  decay to localized single states  in function of some noises ( temperature and other interferences) that dis-entangled the stability in the time-scale of the simultaneity co-existence of entangled states . 
To investigate on the properties innovation of entanglement effects I think that good experimental  information can be obtaied looking at the spectum of emission induced by  lasers and measured in femto-seconds (Femto-chemistry *).
 In fact this fast-method of investigation can give information observed  exactly what happens at the molecular level during a chemical reaction. So that ultrafast molecular dynanics in f

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