Title of Talk: NANOCOMPOSITE FOR FAST BACTERIAL DETECTION


Born 1948 in Kizel, Perm Kray, Russia, Valeriy Matveenko gained a Diploma of engineer-mechanic –researcher in 1972 from the Perm Polytechnic Institute, PhD degree in 1978 and Doctoral degree in 1987 from the Moscow Institute of Electronic Engineering.

Phd Thesis Polymer Nanocomposites

 (2008) Selective laser sintering of polymer nanocomposites. PhD thesis, The University of Leeds.

Phd Thesis Polymer Nanocomposites phd..

Biography:
Ho-Sup Jung is Research Associate Professor of School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Seoul National University (SNU). Before joining SNU as a staff member in 2009, he was a Research Associate Scientist at the North Dakota State University at Coating and Polymeric Materials and Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering. And he was a Postdoctoral fellow at ISIR, Osaka University under the supervisor of Prof. Tomoji Kawai. His current research interests are in developing a high-throughput fabrication microfluidic system of self-assembled functional supramolecular structures such as vescicles and the conjugated polymeric-based multiplex sensor devices for diagnostic infection diseases. He received his B.S and M.S. in Chemical Engineering at Dong-A University and Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from Osaka University in 2003.

Phd Thesis Polymer Nanocomposites - …

Born in 1955 in Seoul, Korea, Chong Soo Lee received B.S. (1979) and M.S. (1981) degrees from Seoul National University, Korea and Ph.D. (1985) degree from Polytechnic University, New York, U.S.A. After working as a research associate in University of Minnesota for two years, he joined Pohang University of Science and technology as an assistant professor in 1987. Since 1998, he has been a full professor in the department of materials science and engineering, POSTECH, Korea and has performed active researches in the fields of fatigue and plasticity of various metallic alloys. His research interest has been focused on the microstructural modeling of mechanical properties of various metallic alloys such as Al-, Ti-, Mg- and Fe-base alloys. Elucidation of high temperature deformation mechanisms of light weight alloys, high strain rate and/or low temperature superplasticity utilizing dynamic recrystallization and microstructural influence on the fatigue properties of high strength steels have also been investigated.

Prof. Chong Soo Lee has made much effort for international collaboration not only in the research works but also in exchanging ideas and researchers. He spent a sabbatical year at UCLA during 1991-1992 and at MIT during 1999-2000. He has presented many invited talks at famous foreign universities and research institutes and kept close relationship with AFRL/AOARD, MIT, NIMS, Tohoku University, IMR, Northeastern University and Marche Polytechnic University. He organized many famous international conferences and workshops: LiMAT 2001 (organizer), US-Korea Workshops (organizer), PRICM-6 (2007, general secretary) and THERMEC 2009 (general vice-chairman).

He has authored and co-authored more than 140 peer-reviewed SCI journal articles and 90 conference papers. He received Seojeong Award in 2003 from the Korean Institute of Metals and Materials, a great honorable award for distinguished scientists. At the same year, his laboratory was selected as one of National Research Laboratories, funded by Ministry of Science and Technology of Korea. In 2004, he was elected as one of editorial board members of two famous international journals: International Journal of Fatigue and Metals and Materials International. At present, he is a chief vice-president of The Korean Society for Technology and Plasticity.

(2017) Interface Strengthened Graphene Oxide Reinforced PVA Nanocomposites. PhD thesis.
Yogesh M Joshi Thesis Topic :Rheology of high performance nanocomposites.

Polymer/Montmorillonite Nanocomposites: Polyamide …

Kurt Kremer studied Physics in Cologne and obtained his PhD in 1983 under the supervision of Kurt Binder. After stays at Mainz University, at Exxon Research and Engineering, Universities of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and Santa Barbara, CA, and Research Center Jülich he became Director at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in fall 1995, where he is heading the Theory Department.

Title of Talk: Carbon Nanogels and Nanocomposites for catalytic applications

Bio-inspired cellulose nanocomposites and foams based on ..

Ray "Ultrasonic Dual Mode Mixing and its Effect on Tensile Properties of SiO2-Epoxy Nanocomposite", Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 27, p 111-124, 2013.

Title of Talk:Carbon Nanogels and Nanocomposites for catalytic applications

Studies on Vinyl Polymer Based Iron Oxide Nanocomposites

Ernst Wagner, PhD in chemistry in 1985 from TU Vienna, full professor of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology at LMU Munich since 2001, is member of the Center for Nanoscience (CeNS), and executive board member of the Cluster of Excellence ‘Nanosystems Initiative Munich’, contributing to polymer-based delivery systems for thirty years. Since 1988 as Group Leader at IMP Vienna, he developed synthetic virus-like gene transfer, including adenovirus-enhanced transferrinfection (AVET), which led to the first-in-world polymer-based gene therapy study (IL-2 gene-modified cancer vaccines) in 1994, developed under his function as Director for Cancer Vaccines at Boehringer Ingelheim Austria (1992-2001). His current research focuses on chemical evolution of sequence-defined carriers for drugs, proteins and therapeutic nucleic acids, with a medical focus on tumor-targeted therapies. He has authored ≥420 publications (h-index 75), is Editor-in Chief of The Journal of Gene Medicine, Editor of Pharmaceutical Research, board member of the German Society for Gene Therapy, committee member of the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy (ASGCT), invited guest professor at Utrecht University (1996), Fudan University (Shanghai 2012-13), Sichuan University (Chengdu 2014-17), and was awarded with the Attocube research award, Phoenix Pharma Science award, and the election into CRS College of Fellows.