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  • Nanotechnology Products and Research
    to gas sensors as well as processes for fingerprint identification to metal ion sensing in polluted water the portfolio is a culmination of five years of extensive research in the Center of Excellence which is a part of the Nationwide centers promoted by National Nanotechnology Center NANOTEC National Science and Technology Development Agency NSTDA Some of the products are Gas Sensor An accidental leak of dangerous gases could be extremely dangerous in a household or high temperature environments Our technology is a state of art LPG gas sensor that can help prevent these disasters Advantages Lightweight Simple and effective use Low cost Low power consumption Water Purifier More than 3 5 Million people die each year from water related diseases Chemical disinfection methods such as chlorination are commonly used but prove to be too costly and extensive CoEN at AIT has developed a simple water purification device to solve these problems Advantages Inexpensive Easy to transport Uses sunlight Solar Cells Energy sources are decreasing everyday and prices are skyrocketing A cheap and effective method for acquiring energy is in high demand Using nanotechnology we have been able to fabricate solar cells that can be used as an alternate energy source

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  • Nanotechnology Graduate Programme
    Responsibilities Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology Nanotechnology Graduate Programme Thursday 09 February 2012 14 19 Shayan Naveed Nanotechnology Masters and PhD Programme The Graduate program in nanotechnology uses a sophisticated and innovative curriculum that revolves around a combination of fundamental courses in nanotechnology and application based research Supported by distinguished faculty who help students and researchers with their coursework lab experiments and research projects that not only allow them with opportunities to advanced degrees and careers but also give rise to real world applications The program will enhance a student s education research and career by providing A multidisciplinary learning environment Integrated classroom lab experience Real world applications in coursework and research Vision towards improving society through sustainable development An international environment and social network Access to opportunities in the nanotechnology job market A family like relationship and working atmosphere with peers faculty and staff members Courses Overview The courses at the Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology AIT are highly cross disciplinary as they cover topics in Biotechnology Material Sciences Chemistry and chemical engineering Physics and electronics Environment Environment and social implication Please visit nanotechnology courses for a complete list of offerings Last Updated on Friday 10 February 2012 13

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  • Hydrothermal Growth Of Zinc Oxide Nanostructures For Environmental Applications
    is dependent upon the ionic condition of the growth solution as well as the temperature of growth whereby nanostructures like nanowires nanorods nanodisks nanoflowers microballs can be formed Further it is possible to control the position and density of the interstitial defects and vacancies through control of various growth parameters A proper understanding of the hydrothermal growth of ZnO nanostructures is essential to tailor the morphology and properties of the nanostructures The hydrothermal growth of different ZnO nanostructures especially the anisotropic nanowires and nanorods has been systematically studied in this work Photocatalysis using metal oxide semiconductors is an attractive way of degrading toxic water borne contaminants and volatile organic compounds into benign forms This work focuses on the tailoring of ZnO nanostructures for visible light photocatalysis to enable the purification of water from chemical as well as microbial contaminants using solar energy In addition to their sizes and morphologies the electronic and optical properties of ZnO nanostructures are strongly dependent on the nature and concentration of point defects present in their crystals formed during crystallization process The synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles with high defect concentration through fast crystallization under microwave irradiation and subsequent fast quenching processes has been successfully carried out during this work ZnO nanoparticles and nanorods formed by microwave assisted crystallization process exhibited 8 to 15 increase in visible light photocatalytic activity than conventionally hydrolyzed samples or transition metal Mn doped ZnO nanoparticles Optical absorption and photoluminescence spectra confirm the presence of high concentration of defects in the nanoparticles prepared through microwave assisted hydrolysis As nanostructured photocatalysts in slurry form are difficult to separate out after disinfection the use of different supports for the growth of ZnO nanorods has been considered During the course of this research ZnO nanorods were successfully grown on various supports like glass slides and fibers polyethylene and polypropylene fibers aluminium and zinc foils stainless steel cellulose to name a few Paper with ZnO nanorods embedded in its porous matrix exhibited photocatalytic and animicrobial activities The photocatalytic paper successfully degraded organic dyes methylene blue and methyl orange and immobilized two types of bacteria Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus upon visible light illumination A portable water filter was designed using ZnO nanorods grown on nonwoven polyethylene fibers encased in a glass tube which could photocatalytically degrade more than 90 bacterial cells from spiked water in the presence of sunlight in just 7 minutes The possible mechanisms of energy transfer between nanostructured ZnO and adsorbed dyes like methylene blue and N719 ruthenium dye has been studied though time correlated single photon count TCSPC spectroscopy to gather insight into the mechanisms governing the performance of photocatalysts and dye sensitized solar cells TCSPC studies were conducted to explain the photoreactivity of ZnO nanoparticles in terms of electronic transitions between nanoparticles and the target methylene blue molecules Photodegradation and TCSPC studies showed that defect engineered ZnO nanoparticles obtained through microwave assisted hydrolysis lead to a faster initial degradation rate of methylene blue as compared to the conventionally synthesized nanoparticles

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  • Mayur Babanrao Chaudhari
    particles are mainly dependent on the size and shape of the individual nano particle The light carries both electric and magnetic fields also it has a particular state of polarization which creates screening charges on the metal nano particles These screening charges are developed when the photon field gets absorbed on the lattice sites of the particles The energy in the light beam is utilized to force the internal charges to come out on the surface The collective response of these charges leads to the surface plasmon resonance in the visible range special in case of the Drude metals Ag Au Cu and Al The interaction of the electric field and magnetic field of the light with the localized field of the particle describe their optical properties From Dynamic Maxwell Garnett DMG theory one can get the exact effect of the shape on the surface plasmon resonance The more precise broadening is given by the Mie theory which gives dependency of the surface plasmon resonance on the size as well as shape Also it gives the effect of external magnetic field on the localized field of the particles To understand the effect of external magnetic field on the surface plasmon resonance we synthesize the multilayer Au Ni Cu Au nanorod We give more emphasis on the Mie model Dynamic Maxwell Garnett model extended versions and the effect of external magnetic effect This work is mainly focus on the simulation of the optical properties and compares with the experimental results July 2005 May 2009 B E Electronics Vishwakarma Institute of Technology University of Pune Pune India Bachelors Research Project title Microcontroller Based Temperature Measurement and Fan Speed Control Optimization of JPEG Image Encoder and Decoder on the Xtensa Software Platform Sponsored by Tensilica India Ltd Pune Research Interests 1 Classical wave

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  • Anwesh Das
    2010 19 48 Anwesh Das Nationality Indian Date of birth 05 July 1985 Contact 66 870259185 This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Educational background August 2010 present M E Nanotechnology Asian Institute of technology Pathum thani Bangkok Thailand 12120 August 2005 August 2009 B Tech Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering Padmanava College of Engineering Biju Patnaik University of Technology Rourkela Orissa

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    multiplexing scheme Thesis short Summary Nowadays wireless technology 27 Prapatsorn Boonyanitipong People Intern March 2008 B Sc Department of Biology Faculty of Science Silpakorn University Nakorn Pathom Thailand Bachelors Research Project title Induce heat tolerance Broccoli by using tissue culture 28 Aneeqa Sabah Nazir People Student as coded information is imposed externally by template geometrical structure So the proposed research work is focused on control the growth orientation of six different fungal hyphae or filaments through 29 Hoorieh Fallah People Student Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok Thailand September 2004 June 2008 B Sc Chemistry Department of Chemistry Alzahra University Tehran Iran Research Interest 1 Bionanomedical 30 Conference Proceedings Downloads Research Publications Sharma C Thanachayanont and J Dutta Mater Res Soc Symp Proc Vol 901E 2006 Materials Research Society 0901 Rb18 01 1 12 Novel Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles in Aqueous Media Invited 31 Journal Papers Downloads Research Publications to Papers in 2013 1 Hydrothermal Growth of ZnO Hexagonal Nanocrystals Effect of Growth Conditions S Promnimit S Baruah U Lamdu J Dutta Journal of Nano Research 32 Nanotechnology Forum at AIT News and Events News about our group Songsivilai Executive Director NANOTEC Dr Meyya Meyyappan Chief Scientist for Exploration Technology NASA Ames Research Center USA Prof Heinrich Hofmann Director The ERU Surface Coating and 33 National Science and Technology Fair 2010 NSTF 2010 News and Events News about our group involvement of Prof Joydeep Dutta the Director of CoEN at AIT and the current Vice President Academics Affairs of AIT in promoting Nanotechnology based research in Thailand it was small wonder to 34 AIT opens Nanotechnology Center of Excellence laboratory News and Events News about our group The Center of Excellence will address the creation of knowledge in areas relevant to Thailand its industries and its people Activities proposed include joint

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    our group on nanomaterials and nanotechnology was a great success and was attended by 42 delegates including research ers professors and engineers from various universities and institutes in the region New developments 42 New Research in Nanotechnology Redefines Materials Science Expert News and Events News about our group 24 October 2009 New developments and advanced research in nanomaterials and nanotechnology are redefining the frontiers of materials science according to a paper released recently The paper was presented 43 Nanotechnology in Thailand ripe for growth News and Events News about our group very good he said referring to the impressive research conducted by Nanotec in Thailand Software Park to support nanotechnology research and development for the region One of the country s top nanotechnology 44 Nanotechnology Professors book cracks Choice list of Global Outstanding Academic Titles for 2009 News and Events News about our group 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 45 Thailand nanotech plan moves ahead News and Events News about our group and environmental standards to international levels with the use of nanotechnology and to lead the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in nano based education and research and development Songsivilai 46 Intellectual Property Rights Seminars News and Events News about our group Outreach Building Asian Institute of Technology Intellectual Property Rights Imperative in Nanotechnology Development Abstract The effectiveness of the research in a competitive knowledge 47 Partnership Agreement with PSG Institute of Advanced Studies PSGIAS Coimbatore India News and Events News about our group India The Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology at AIT has extensive research collaborations with State University of New York Buffalo and Colorado School of Mines USA Swiss

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  • Muhammad Najam Khan
    need JavaScript enabled to view it This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Educational background January 2010 present D E Industrial Manufacturing Engineering School of Engineering and Technology Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok Thailand January 2007 June 2008 M E Chemical Engineering School of Chemical Engineering University of Adelaide Adelaide South Australia Australia August 2000 January 2005 B E Chemical Engineering Dawood College of Engineering and Technology Karachi Sindh Pakistan Bachelors Research Project title Catalytic developments in Ammonia Synthesis process Abstract A novel catalyst based on iron oxide has been studied for production of ammonia and t his technology has been without precedent Its features are as follows among all the iron catalysts for ammonia synthesis including FeCo catalyst the catalyst has the highest activity the easiest reduction and stronger mechanical strength The cost is much lower than that of the catalyst containing cobalt The industrial use of the catalyst indicated that it has remarkable effect of saving energy Employment background January 2006 continued Position Lecturer Employer Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management

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