Engineer, Teacher, User of nanotechnology products, Blogger
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Biomedical micro and nanorobotics
Coating technologies, electron microscopes, fabrication
M. A. Zeeshan, R. Grisch, S. Pané, B. Ozkäle, E. Pellicer, J. Sort, B. J. Nelson “Hybrid helical magnetic microrobots obtained by 3D template-assisted electrodeposition”, Small (2013).
M. A. Zeeshan, S. Pané, S. K. Youn, E. Pellicer, S. Schuerle, J. Sort, S. Fusco, H. G. Park, B. J. Nelson “Graphite coating of iron nanowires for nanorobotic applications: Synthesis, characterization and magnetic wireless manipulation”, Advanced Functional Materials (2012).
M. A. Zeeshan, K. Shou, S. Pané, E. Pellicer, J. Sort, K. Sivaraman, M. D. Baró, B. J. Nelson “Structural and magnetic characterization of batch-fabricated nickel encapsulates multi-walled carbon nanotubes”, Nanotechnology 22 (2011).
M. A. Zeeshan, K. Shou, K. M. Sivaraman, T. Wuhrmann, S. Pané, E. Pellicer, B J. Nelson, “Nanorobotic drug delivery: If I only had a heart…”, Materials Today 14 (2011).
B. Özkale, E. Pellicer, M. A. Zeeshan, J. López-Barberá, J. Nogués, J. Sort, B. J. Nelson, S. Pané “One-pot Electrosynthesis of Multi-layered Magnetic Metallopolymer Nanocomposites”, Nanoscale (2014).
A. Varea, S. Pané, S. Gerstl, M. A. Zeeshan, B. Ozkäle, B. J. Nelson, S. Suriñach, M. D. Baró, J. Nogués, J. Sort, E. Pellicer “Ordered arrays of ferromagnetic, compositionally-graded CU1-x-Nix alloy nanopillars by template-assisted electrodeposition”, Journal of Material Chemistry C (2013).
K. Sivaraman, B. Özkale, O. Ergeneman, T. Lühmann, G. Fortunato, M. A. Zeeshan, B. J. Nelson, S. Pané, "Redox Cycling for Passive Modification of Polypyrrole Surface Properties: Effects on Cell Adhesion and Proliferation", Advanced Healthcare Materials, (2012).
J. Pokki, O. Ergenemann, K. Sivaraman, B. Özkale, M. A. Zeeshan, T. Luhmann, B. J. Nelson and S. Pané, “Electroplated porous polypyrrole nanostructures patterned by colloidal lithography for drug-delivery applications”, Nanoscale 5 (2011).
M. A. Zeeshan, E. Pellicer, S. Pané, B. J. Nelson, J. Sort “Nanomechanical behavior of amorphous and nanocrystalline CoNiP (Re) nanowires with highly tunable magnetic properties”, Nature Materials (submitted).
M. A. Zeeshan, S. Pané, E. Pellicer, S. Schuerle, J. Sort, M. D. Baró, B. J. Nelson, “Carbonaceous magnetic nanocapsules for drug delivery”, IEEE Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems (NEMS, 2012), Kyoto, Japan.
M. A. Zeeshan, K. Shou, S. Schuerle, E. Pellicer, S. Pané, J. Sort, K. Sivaraman, S. Fusco, S. Muntwyler, M. D. Baró, B. J. Nelson, “Ferromagnetic nanowires as potential drug-delivery wireless nanorobots”, Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Nano/Molecular Medicine and Engineering (2010), Hong Kong/Macau.
D. Folio, C. Dahmen, T. Wortmann, M. A. Zeeshan, K. Shou, S. Pané, B. J. Nelson, A. Ferreira, S. Fatikow, “MRI magnetic signature imaging, tracking and navigation for targeted micro/nanocapsules therapeutic”, Proceedings in IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS, 2011), San Francisco, USA.
S. Schuerle, B. K. Kratochvil, S. Pane’, M. A. Zeeshan and B. J. Nelson, “Generating magnetic fields for controlling nanorobots in medical applications”, NanoRobotics (2012), Springer.
M. A. Zeeshan, S. Pané, E. Pellicer, S. Schuerle, J. Sort, M. D. Baró, B. J. Nelson, “Ferromagnetic nanowires coated with graphitic surfaces as potential drug delivery nanoplatforms”, Materials Research Society (MRS, 2012), San Francisco, USA.
M. A. Zeeshan, S. Schuerle, K. Shou, S. Pané, B. J. Nelson, “Fabrication and characterization of ferromagnetic filled carbon nanotubes as nanorobots”, Materials Research Center (MRC, 2011), ETHZürich, Switzerland.
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