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  • Nano Video wins Popular Vote 2011 in Vresearch competition, AIT
    2011 21 31 Nano video entitled Pure Water Under the Sun a doctoral thesis done by Dr Sunandan Baruah on development of ZnO nanorods based water purifer managed to grab 2 of the 6 prizes for the video research competition held at AIT on 19 May 2011 The two prizes awarded were Best video in communicating science and the V Research Popular Vote 2011 You may watch the video from

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  • CoEN Paper Features on NanoTechWeb news
    and environmentally friendly water purification techniques Most studies so far either work on the use of ultraviolet light or involve a suspension of nanoparticles revealed Prof Joydeep Dutta director of the Center for Excellence in Nanotechnology at AIT The AIT research group has dispensed with both Instead of using a suspension of nanoparticles which have to be removed later after the water purification process or relying on UV light the group demonstrated a system featuring visible light and ZnO nanorods The key concept was to incorporate deliberate defects in ZnO nanorods by creating oxygen vacancies and interstitials which then allows visible light absorption he explained Environmentally friendly approach Such ZnO nanorods grown on glass were tested on Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis bacteria which are commonly used as model microbes In the dark ZnO dissolves slowly releasing zinc ions which have anti bacterial properties as it penetrates the bacterial cell envelope thereby thwarting the growth of microbes Under well lit conditions the effect is doubled with both photocatalysis and zinc ions playing their part in killing the microbes The implications of these experiments are enormous Since ZnO has now been tested under solar light instead of the traditionally used UV

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  • CoEN Paper Features on NanoTechWeb news
    for destroying bacterial water contamination has been successfully demonstrated by researchers at the Asian Institute of Technology AIT Nanorods grown on glass substrates and activated by solar energy have been found to be effective in killing both gram positive and gram negative bacteria a finding that has immense possibilities for affordable and environmentally friendly water purification techniques Most studies so far either work on the use of ultraviolet light or involve a suspension of nanoparticles revealed Prof Joydeep Dutta director of the Center for Excellence in Nanotechnology at AIT The AIT research group has dispensed with both Instead of using a suspension of nanoparticles which have to be removed later after the water purification process or relying on UV light the group demonstrated a system featuring visible light and ZnO nanorods The key concept was to incorporate deliberate defects in ZnO nanorods by creating oxygen vacancies and interstitials which then allows visible light absorption he explained Environmentally friendly approach Such ZnO nanorods grown on glass were tested on Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis bacteria which are commonly used as model microbes In the dark ZnO dissolves slowly releasing zinc ions which have anti bacterial properties as it penetrates the bacterial cell envelope thereby thwarting the growth of microbes Under well lit conditions the effect is doubled with both photocatalysis and zinc ions playing their part in killing the microbes The implications of these experiments are enormous Since ZnO has now been tested under solar light instead of the traditionally used UV light the potential for commercial applications is huge particularly since the levels of zinc ions removed from the rods to the water are safe for human consumption added Dutta The team which also includes Dr Oleg V Shipin Ajaya Sapkota Dr Alfredo J Anceno Mr Sunandan Baruah and Ms

    Original URL path: http://nanoprof.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=387:coe-paper-on-nanotechweb-news&catid=65:coe-news&Itemid=70 (2016-02-13)
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  • AIT microelectronics grad earns academic prize at UC Berkeley, USA
    of Tong Leong Lim who ranked as the top student in his pre doctoral examination He received his Ph D in electrical engineering in 1976 under Professor George Turin Mr Rungrot won the prize for being the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science EECS student who achieved the highest distinction in the pre doctoral examination Awardees were recognized recently at the annual EECS Student Awards ceremony The AIT alumnus began his Ph D program in Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley in autumn 2009 He plans to focus his doctoral dissertation on printed electronics using gravure printing The scope of his work covers both theoretical modeling of micro scale print and experiments rationalizing the concepts Mr Rungrot who was an advisee of Prof Joydeep Dutta during his master s studies said AIT was special place for learning In an electronic interview from California he said AIT has excellent professors students and a nice environment It was the first institute to give me an opportunity to study and work with people from totally different cultures This helped open my mind to learn various ways to work and create many novel ideas the Thai national said After he graduates from Berkeley Mr

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  • AIT microelectronics grad earns academic prize at UC Berkeley, USA
    doctorate at the University of California Berkeley U S A has won a pre doctoral prize for being at the top of his class in academics Mr Rungrot Kitsomboonloha left accepts his prize The Tong Leong Lim Pre Doctoral Prize awarded to Mr Rungrot is presented annually in memory of Tong Leong Lim who ranked as the top student in his pre doctoral examination He received his Ph D in electrical engineering in 1976 under Professor George Turin Mr Rungrot won the prize for being the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science EECS student who achieved the highest distinction in the pre doctoral examination Awardees were recognized recently at the annual EECS Student Awards ceremony The AIT alumnus began his Ph D program in Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley in autumn 2009 He plans to focus his doctoral dissertation on printed electronics using gravure printing The scope of his work covers both theoretical modeling of micro scale print and experiments rationalizing the concepts Mr Rungrot who was an advisee of Prof Joydeep Dutta during his master s studies said AIT was special place for learning In an electronic interview from California he said AIT has excellent professors students and a nice environment It was the first institute to give me an opportunity to study and work with people from totally different cultures This helped open my mind to learn various ways to work and create many novel ideas the Thai national said After he graduates from Berkeley Mr Rungrot said he would prefer working in academia or industries where he could continue to explore research on challenging engineering problems with semiconductor devices as his primary area of interest Asked what he remembered most from his study days at AIT Mr Runrot said We always worked extremely hard at AIT

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  • Zinc stannate nanostructures: growing a highly useful semiconductor
    stannate zinc tin oxide ZTO nanostructures by the hydrothermal method as well as the physical properties and applications of different zinc stannate nanostructures in solar cells gas sensors and photocatalysts The review is published in March 2011 in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced MaterialsVol 12 2011 p 013004 Itis presented by Sunandan Baruah and Joydeep Dutta from the Asian Institute of Technology Klong Luang Thailand http www ait

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  • Zinc stannate nanostructures: growing a highly useful semiconductor
    stannate zinc tin oxide ZTO nanostructures by the hydrothermal method as well as the physical properties and applications of different zinc stannate nanostructures in solar cells gas sensors and photocatalysts The review is published in March 2011 in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced MaterialsVol 12 2011 p 013004 Itis presented by Sunandan Baruah and Joydeep Dutta from the Asian Institute of Technology Klong Luang Thailand http www ait

    Original URL path: http://nanoprof.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=384:zinc-stannate-nanostructures-growing-a-highly-useful-semiconductor&catid=65:coe-news&Itemid=70 (2016-02-13)
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