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Metal catalyst-free mist flow chemical vapor deposition growth of single-wall carbon nanotubes using C60 colloidal solutions
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Synthesis of refractory conductive niobium carbide nanowires within the innner space of carbon nanotube templates
Keita Kobayashi, Ryo Kitaura, Qing Wang, Ikuya Wakamori, Hisanori Shinohara, Satoshi Anada, Takeshi Nagase, Takeshi Saito, Masaharu Kiyomiya and Hidehiro Yasuda
Annamaria Petrozza was awarded a Master of Science in Electronic Engineering (emphasis on Devices, design and modelling) at Ecole Supèrieure d’Electricité (Paris, France) in 2003 under the T.I.M.E. (Top Industrial Manager in Europe) program. In 2004 she got a Master degree in Electronic Engineering (emphasis on Optoelectronics) at Politecnico of Milan with a thesis carried out at the Cavendish Laboratory of the University of Cambridge (UK) on the optical characterisation of a class of organic semiconductors with a supramolecular architecture for Organic Light Emitting Diodes. The research work was under the supervision of Prof. C. Cacialli and Prof. C. Silva. In 2008 she received her PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge (UK) with a thesis on the study of optoelectronic processes at organic and hybrid semico nductors interfaces under the supervision of Dr. J.S. Kim and Prof Sir R.H. Friend. From July 2008 to December 2009 she worked as research scientist at the Sharp Laboratories of Europe, Ltd on the development of new market competitive solar cell technologies (Dye Sensitized Solar cells/Colloidal Quantum Dots Sensitized Solar cells). Her main tasks were to establish key needs of PV market, write research proposals to submit to the Sharp Business Group, and design and implement experiments. Since January 2010 she has a Team Leader position at the Center for Nano Science and Technology -IIT@POLIMI. She is in charge of the development of photovoltaic devices and their characterization by time-resolved and cw Photoinduced Absorption Spectroscopy, Time-resolved Photoluminescence and electrical measurements. Her research work mainly aims to shed light on interfacial optoelectronic mechanisms, which are fundamental for the optimization of operational processes, with the goal of improving device efficiency and stability.
Phd Thesis Carbon Nanotubes - …
Miho Fujihara (a Ph.D student) has won "Young Scientist Poster Award" and "Journal of Materials Chemistry A award" on her study entitled “Polymer-free transfer of CVD graphene to boron nitride substrates” in the 49th Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Graphene General Symposium.
The Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program offers M.S
Sjoerd Veenstra studied Polymer Chemistry at the University of Groningen, where he graduated in 1997. In 2002 he received his PhD with a thesis titled ‘On the Electronic structure of molecular systems’. Sjoerd stayed at UCSB as intern (1997) and at Cornell as visiting scientist (2004). Since 2002 he works as researcher, and currently as team lead, in the area of hybrid organic / inorganic based photovoltaic devices (HOPV) at the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). The development of thin film solar cells of ECN, including polymer and perovskite based solar cells, is now carried out within the framework of the Solliance initiative, a regional research alliance of Forschungszentrum Jülich, Holst Centre, imec, TNO, Eindhoven university of Technology, University Hasselt, Delft University of Technology and ECN. Since 2008 Sjoerd is guest lecturer at the University of Groningen.
keynote speaker list is here - NDE 2017
Dr. Francesca Brunetti received her Degree in Engineering "cum laude" from The University of Rome (Italy) Tor Vergata in 2001. In 2004 Dr. Francesca Brunetti obtained her PhD in Microelectronics and Telecommunications at the Electronic Engineering Department, University of Rome - Tor Vergata, Italy discussing a PhD thesis with the title ‘Design, realization and characterization of organic transistors'. In 2005 she got a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships on the "Realization and characterization of flexible arrays of photodetectors" supervised by Prof P. Lugli Technical University of Munich. Since 2006 she is researcher in the Optoelectronics Group of Prof. Aldo Di Carlo in the Department of Engineering of Tor Vergata.
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Professor Zulkhair Mansurov is a General Director of the Institute of Combustion Problems of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Zulkhair Mansurov successfully defended PhD and Doctor of Sciences dissertations in 1973 and 1990, correspondingly. In 1981 Zulkhair Mansurov got 10-months scientific probation at the University College of London, Great Britain. Professor Mansurov's scientific activity includes study and investigations of kinetics and mechanisms of hydrocarbon combustion and structure of cool soothing flames: catalytic carbon formation and its applied aspects. In 2002 group of scientists headed by Professor Mansurov has received Diploma for discovery of "Phenomenon of low-temperature cool-flame soot formation", issued by the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Russian Federation, International Academy of the Inventors Association. Professor Zulkair Mansurov's professional career includes longstanding activity in INTAS Council of Scientists. He is a Editor-in-Chief of "Combustion and Plasmochemistry Journal" and "Eurasian Chemico-Technological Journal" issuing in English, indexed at Scopus.