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  • Nanotechnology Professors’ book cracks Choice list of Global Outstanding Academic Titles for 2009
    in Nanotechnology has been acclaimed as one of the world s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2009 by Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries a publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries and a Division of the American Library Association Apart from Prof Hornyak and Prof Dutta the other authors of the publication are John J Moore and Harry F Tibbals The book has been published by CRC Press of Taylor and Francis Group Read on Facebook The Outstanding Academic Title list includes 652 books and electric resources chosen by Choice editorial staff from among the 7 065 titles reviewed during the previous year The outstanding works were selected for their excellence in scholarship and presentation the significance of their contribution to the field and their value as important often the first treatment of the subject The list appears in the January 2010 issue of Choice Magazine Comprising just 9 percent of the titles reviewed in 2009 and less than 3 percent of the more than 25 000 titles submitted to Choice during the year Fundamentals of Nanotechnology is truly the best of the best said Irving Rockwood Editor and Publisher of Choice in a letter to the AIT nanotechnology professors Read about the state of nanotechnology in Thailand and the AIT Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology in SciDev net Learn more about the Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries is the premier source for reviews of academic books electronic media and Internet resources of interest to those in higher education Choice reaches almost every undergraduate college and university library in the United States Most academic libraries in America use Choice for selecting and purchasing materials More than 35 000 librarians faculty and key decision makers rely on Choice Magazine and Choice Reviews Online

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  • Partnership Agreement with PSG Institute of Advanced Studies (PSGIAS), Coimbatore, India
    commence in 2011 The agreement was signed by the AIT President Said Irandoust with Mr C R Swaminathan Chief Executive PSG Institutions at Coimbatore India recently After signing the agreement AIT President Said Irandoust stated that he was sure the PSG institute will be an excellent partner for AIT for future collaboration The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Mr G Rangaswamy Managing Trustee PSG and Sons Charities Dr R Rudramoorthy Principal PSG College of Technology and Polytechnic College Prof Joydeep Dutta Director of the Nanotechnology Center of Excellence AIT and Prof Gabor L Hornyak Visiting Professor Nanotechnology Center of Excellence AIT PSG College of Technology was founded in 1951 by PSG Sons Charities and has over eight decades of presence in the field of education in India It is regarded as one of the top engineering institutions in India It has been ranked among the top 15 engineering schools and top three private engineering colleges in India AIT s nanotechnology programs offer a unique blend of cross disciplinary teaching with an integrated curriculum At present the Nanotechnology Master s programme is also being taught jointly with Vishwakarma School of International Studies VSIS Pune India The Center of

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  • Zaheer Abbas Khan
    these nanoparticles and brings colloidal stability to the system The highly charged polyelectrolyte chained monomers also enhance the electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged layers in multilayered structures Layer by layer LBL self assembly is one of the most promising bottom up approach to create multilayered thin films Thin multilayer structures are built up using a variety of organic or inorganic nano sized materials over different substrates using this technique The electrical and optical properties of these multilayered thin film are analyzed for potential applications in electronics and optics such as thin film capacitors diodes optical filters and pressure sensors August 2007 May 2009 M E Microelectronics School of Engineering Technology Asian Institute of Technology Thailand Masters thesis title Characterisation of discrete electronic devices using thin film fabrication with colloidal nanoparticles Thesis short Summary Nanometer sized particles gold and zinc sulphide are considered to be the most important fundamental building blocks for the future discrete electronic devices Colloidal nanoparticles 20 nm are differentiated from much smaller particles molecules because their intrinsic properties still usually resembles with a bulk like behavior Nanometer thickness films have been the subject of huge scientific and technological efforts over the past two decades due to their interesting physicochemical mechanical and electrical properties The fabrication of alternate metal and insulator multilayer present numerous feasible applications in electronic devices diodes transistors electronic memories etc This study highlights our recent progress toward characterizing thin layer fabrication using electrostatic stabilized gold nanoparticles as a function of capping charge state while zinc sulphide was sterically stablised by chitosan a bio polymer The idea of introducing the buffer solutions acetate and citrate between the alternate depositing of metal Gold and insulator ZnS bi layers helped to remove the aggregation of these nanoparticles The experiments that performed have concluded that by controlling the concentration and pH of the colloidal solutions a remarkable improvement is observed in the electrical and optical properties of deposited layers The possibility of fabricating thin films has opened new horizons to find practical applications of these devices in future microelectronic circuits January 1994 December 1997 B Sc Electrical Electronics Engineering University of Engineering Technology Peshawar Pakistan Bachelors Research Project title Study of the operation and maintenance of SCADA Supervisory control and data acquisition system at Tarbela power station Tarbela Dam Pakistan Employment background August 2003 continued Position Senior Engineer Employer Strategic Planning Division Government of Pakistan Location Islamabad Pakistan Job description Research and development of optoelectronics and laser based systems Training courses Internships 1 Training course operational procedures of Cooled IR Detectors Grenobe France 2 Training course integration of UNCOOLED IR Detectors Grenobe France 3 Training course Base Level maintenance of Thermal Imagers Islamabad Pakistan Research Interests Thin film nanoelectronic devices List of publications International peer reviewed journals 1 Zaheer Abbas Khan Rachana Kumar Waleed S Mohammed Gabor L Hornyak and Joydeep Dutta 2011 Optical thin film filters of colloidal gold and silica nanoparticles prepared by a layer by layer self assembly method Journal of Materials Science Volume 46

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  • Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology
    be profoundly influenced by nanotechnology in the very near future Instructor Dr Louis Hornyak Download lectures Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 01 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 02 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 03 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 04 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 05 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 06 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 07 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 08 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 09 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 10 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 11 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 12 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 13 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 14 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 15 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 16 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 17 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 18 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 19 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 20 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 21 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 22 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 23 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 24 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 25 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 26 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 27 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 28 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 29 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 30 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 31 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 32 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 33 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 34 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 35 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture 36 Introduction to Nanoscience Lecture

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  • Prof Gabor L Hornyak
    of Excellence in Nanotechnology Prof Gabor L Hornyak Monday 13 September 2010 22 56 Gabor l Hornyak Prof Gabor L Hornyak has an interdisciplinary background in biology chemistry and physics He received his PhD in chemistry from Colorado State University in 1997 BS and MS degrees in biology human genetics from the University of Colorado at Denver in 1976 and 1981 respectively and a BS degree in chemistry from the University of California at San Diego in 1990 Prof Hornyak worked in the aerospace industry as a senior scientist from 1978 to 1990 in San Diego at the Convair Division of General Dynamics in coatings adhesives and corrosion From 1997 to 2002 he worked at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory on development of chemical vapor deposition synthesis of carbon nanotubes He has over 15 years of experience in nanotechnology research and development Prof Hornyak played a major role in creating an awareness of the promise that nanotechnology brought to the citizens and institutions in Colorado and the surrounding region 2003 2005 He is the editor of the Perspective in Nanotechnology series a group of books dedicated to bringing topics to the general public that address issues about nanotechnology that are

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  • Sunandan Baruah
    of Technical Teachers Training and Research NITTTR Government of India 1 Workshop on Curriculum Development for Diploma Courses 2 Short term course in Digital Electronics 3 Short term course in Total Quality Management TQM in Technical Education 4 Short term course in Power Electronics List of Publications International Peer reviewed Journals 1 S Baruah and J Dutta Effect of seeded substrates on the hydrothermally grown ZnO nanorods Journal of Sol Gel Science and Technology 50 2009 456 2 S Baruah S S Sinha B Ghosh S K Pal A K Raychaudhuri and J Dutta Photo reactivity of ZnO nanoparticles in visible light Effect of surface states on electron transfer reaction Journal of Applied Physics 105 2009 1 3 S Baruah and J Dutta Hydrothermal Growth of ZnO Nanostructures Science Technology of Advanced Materials 10 2009 013001 18pp 4 R Kitsomboonloha S Baruah M T Z Myint V Subramanian and J Dutta Selective growth of zinc oxide nanorods on ink jet printed seed patterns Journal of Crystal Growth 311 2009 2352 5 S Baruah and J Dutta pH dependent growth of ZnO nanorods Journal of Crystal Growth 311 2009 2549 6 S Baruah J Dutta Nanotechnology applications in Sensing and Pollution Degradation in Agriculture Environmental Chemistry Letters 7 3 2009 191 204 7 S Baruah R F Rafique and J Dutta Visible light photocatalysis by tailoring crystal defects in zinc oxide nanostructures Nano 3 4 2008 1 9 8 S Baruah C Thanachayanont and J Dutta Growth of Zinc oxide nanowires on polyethylene fibers Science Technology of Advanced Materials 9 2008 025009 9 S Baruah H C Warad A Chindaduang G Tumcharern Joydeep Dutta Studies on chitosan stablised ZnS Mn 2 nanoparticles Journal of BioNanoScience 2 2008 1 7 10 S Baruah G Tumcharern J Dutta Chitosan Clad Manganese Doped Zinc Sulphide Nanocrystallites for Biolabeling Advanced Materials Research 55 57 2008 589 592 11 A Makhal S Sarkar T Bora S Baruah J Dutta A K Raychaudhuri S K Pal Role of Resonance Energy Transfer in Light Harvesting of Zinc Oxide based Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 2010 10390 10395 12 A Makhal S Sarkar T Bora S Baruah J Dutta A K Raychaudhuri S K Pal Dynamics of Light Harvesting in ZnO Nanoparticles Nanotechnology 21 2010 265703 13 S Baruah M Jaisai R Imani M N Nazhad J Dutta Photocatalytic paper using zinc oxide nanorods Science and Technology of Advanced Materials accepted for publication on Sept 28 2010 14 S Baruah M A Mahmood M T Z Myint T Bora J Dutta Enhanced visible light photocatalysis through fast crystallization of zinc oxide nanorods Belstein Journal of Nanotechnology accepted for publication on Oct 26 2010 Essays 15 Nanotechnology in Agriculture and food systems S Baruah R F Rafique J Dutta DAIRY INDUSTRY magazine Ukraine Issue 2 February 2008 Book Chapters 16 Nanotechnology for Agriculture Food Systems and the Environment S Baruah S L Ranamukharachchi J Dutta Applications of Nanotechnology 2008 The ICFAI University Press Hyderabad India

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  • Myo Tay Zar Myint
    Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok Thailand Master s thesis title Studies on superhydrophobic surfaces of zinc oxide nanorods grown on artificially ink jetted microstructures Thesis short Summary The surface that cannot mostly attach the water is called hydrophobic We can determine the level of hydrophobicity with water contact angle WCA Surface geometry is the important mechanism of the superhydrophobic property Attempts have been mostly made in the literature to construct structures similar to the lotus leaves by photolithography and etching of silicon substrates Here we report on the use of ink jetting technique to construct the templates for the growth of microbumps consisting of zinc oxide ZnO nanorods diameter 100µm using a simple hydrothermal growth on seeded substrates Several patterns were developed and it was found that 100µm bumps separated from one another by about 100µm consisting of ZnO nanorods of at least 4µm height leads to water contact angle of 143 This can be further improved by a simple fluorosiloxane treatment to about 150 contact angle Continuous coatings of nanorods without microbumps yielded hydrophilic surfaces with water contact angle 10 December 1999 November 2003 B E Electrical communication Electrical communication and Information Technology Mandalay Technological University Mandalay Myanmar Bachelors Research Project title Computerized control home security system Employment background May 2008 December 2009 Position Research Associate Employer Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Asian Institute of Technology Location Bangkok Thailand Job description Research on nanoparticles and their applications Research Interests 1 Wetting nature hydrophobic and hydrophilic of surfaces 2 Electronic device fabrication using nanomaterials 3 Fabrication of self organized nanoporous membrane 4 Sensors for monitoring the environment 5 Carbon nanotube for electronics 6 Desalination List of publications Rungrot Kitsomboonloha Sunandan Baruah Myo Tay Zar Myint Vivek Subramanian Joydeep Dutta Selective growth of zinc oxide nanorods on inkjet printed seed patterns

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  • Operation Manual
    system Htet and Mayuree Eurotherm temperature controller Tanujjal completed Flexible robot hand zaheer Sonicator Tanujjal completed Dessicator Tanujjal completed Water bath with shaker Prapatsorn completed Contact Angle Measurement Botay completed Incubator chamber Autoranging conductivity and TDS meter Karl Fischer Titrator Lux meter completed Oscilloscope completed Vacuum oven Sunandan LCR meter completed Digital Multimeter completed Arbitary Function generator completed Bionano Solar Simulator Karthik completed Nanowire factory Karthik Gas sensor Aarthy completed

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