I am K L N Acharya, I have completed M.Tech in Nanolectronics from SASTRA University. I am looking for a PhD position in the fields of Nanoelectronics. I am very much interested in nanofabrication processes. can you please suggest me on how do i proceed. During my Master's project i have worked on Lattice Dynamics of Nanostructured CdO using DFT and Born-von-Karman model.
I am Shivam Rastogi, recently graduated from Jaypee University of
Information Technology, Wakhnaghat, Shimla , India in Electronics and
I got through your research page where I have seen your interest
that you are carrying out in the area of Nano Science
I have done some research work at the time of my under graduation
and published in different international publications which helps
keeping me abreast with the latest technology up-gradation in
Sir I would be very grateful if you please guide me to pursue career
for Research as further I am interested to pursue MS in Nano Science
and Technology henceforth I request you to please throw some light on
What are the opportunities do I have ?
Sir Please mail me your contact details so that I can send you my Resume.
contact details: +91-7206256759
ı am master student
because of changing my advisor ı also may change my subject ı worked on nanotechnology and CNTs but now ı should combine nano and superconductivity.ı am searching thesis subject including both.do you know any subject,please let me know.
Hi prashant !
I found your research area interesting and closely matching with mine. I guess this is a nice forum to interact and share each others' knowledge. Do u have any experience on the biological applications of nanoparticles?
The best way to find postdoctoral positions relating to nanobiotechnology at Johns Hopkins University would be to go to our website http://inbt.jhu.edu and on the left click on Affiliated Faculty. From there you can search for faculty working in your areas of interest. Then send an email to that professor to find out about postdocs or other work available. We have many faculty working in the areas you listed as of interest to you. Since you are not a US citizen, there may be some things you do not qualify for. But I am sure there are some that you do. Best wishes!
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Prof. Oleg L. Figovsky is the founder, Director R&D of International Nanotechnology Research Centre “Polymate”, where he is carrying now many research works in nanostructured corrosion resistant composite materials and protective coatings based on polymer and silicate matrix. In 1982 he elaborated the first nanostructured anticorrosion composite materials based LG-matrix, where nanoparticles are forming during technological process by hydrolysis of TFS. Last his elaborations are nanostructured nonisocyanate polyurethanes, nanocellulose and composites receiving by SDP method. Prof. Figovsky is director R&D of Germany company “EFM GmbH” (Berlin) that are producing many nanocomposite materials based mainly on nonisocyanate polyurethane and liquid polybutadiene matrix and director of the Belgium company ALTA - TECH NV, manufacturing novel nanocomposite foam-sealants for Military & Civil Engineering. He is also the President of IAI (Israel), member of European Academy of Sciences, Foreign Members of two Russian Academies of Sciences (REA & RAASN), the chairman of the UNESCO chair “Green Chemistry”. For few of his inventions in nanotechnologies he received gold and silver medals at the IENA-98 (Nurnberg, Germany). From 1999 he is the editor-in-chief of the journal “Scientific Israel – Technological Advantages” and from 2004 – the editor of the international journal “Alternative Energy & Ecology”. In 2006 he received the Gold Angel Prize at the “Genious-2006” exhibition and in 2007 NASA Nanotech Briefs®’ Nano 50™ Award, Prof. Figovsky was many times keynote lecturers, including for National Investment Banking Association (see at: http://www.nibanet.org/Figovsky-slideshow.html ). He is a chairman for a lot of international congresses and conferences, including the Risk Assessment Nanotechnology NATO workshop in St. Petersburg (see at: http://www.spbcas.ru/nanobio/arw/index.html ). For last ten years prof. Figovsky is a chief adviser for many investment institutions (US company – Eurotech, Ltd., Global Matrechs, Inc., NanoTech Investment, Inc. and the CITY bank). Prof. Figovsky is the honorary professor of Voronezh SAS University. Prof. Oleg L. Figovsky has more than 500 patents and has published and lectured extensively. He is an author of the Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science, I & II editions (see at: http://www.dekker.com/sdek/issues~db=enc~content=t713172975 ).
In 2008 prof. Figovsky was a chairman at the symposium “Composites and Nanocomposites Prepared by the Super Deep Penetration Method”, during the "International Conference on “Multi-functional Materials and Structures” on 28 – 31 July 2008, in Hong Kong SAR China.- website: http://www.nanochina.cn/english/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=844&Itemid=1 and a chairman at the symposium “Environment Friendly Nanotechnologies” during the NATO workshop “Environmental and Biological Risks of Nanobiotechnology, Nanobionics and Hybrid Organic-Silicon Nanodevices (Silicon vs Carbon) on 18–20 June in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2008 prof. Figovsky was elected as a first vise-president of World Congress of Russian-speaking Jewry.
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