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Palestrantes Convidados

A quarta edição da Jornada Tourinho contará com diversas palestras convidadas, cobrindo diversas áreas da Nanociência. Especialistas em ciência de nanomateriais, nanotecnologia, nanomedicina, entre outros são esperados no evento. O formato da 4JFBFT compreenderá palestras convidadas de 40 min, ministradas por cientistas de comprovado renome internacional.   

Jean-Jacques Bonvent - UFABC (São Paulo - Brazil)

Nanostructured systems for scaffold and controlled drug release

Emmanuelle Dubois - Sorbonne Universités (Paris - France)

Colloidal dispersions in ionic liquids: questions,design and properties. The case of magnetic nanoparticles

Óscar Iglesias - University of Barcelona (Barcelona - Spain)

Aggregates and Dipolar Interactions in Nanoparticle Assemblies for Magnetic Hyperthermia

Alberto López-Ortega - Universidad Pública de Navarra (Pamplona - Spain)

Plasmon Induced Magneto-Optical Enhancement in hybrid nanostructures: bright and dark plasmons

Fabrizio Messina - UNIPA (Palermo - Italy)

Carbon nanodots: a new generation of artificial light harvesters and photosensitizers for photo-nanotechnology

Montserrat Rivas - University of Oviedo (Oviedo - Spain)

Rapid diagnostic tests for medicine and food: The role of magnetic nanomaterials

Valeria Rodionova - Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad - Russia)

Boosting magnetoelectric effect in polymer-based nanocomposites

Olivier Sandre - Université de Bordeaux (Bordeaux - France)

Bio-functionalized “magnetic nanoflowers” to study magnetic intra-lysosomal hyperthermia (MILH) on pancreatic endocrine cancer cells

Marianna Vasilakaki - Nat. Center for Scientific Research Demokritos (Athens - Greece)

Magnetic Nanoparticle Systems as high-performance thermoelectric materials: A Numerical study

François Vernay - Université de Perpignan Via Domitia (Perpignan - France)

Beyond the Intrinsic Magnetic Properties of Single Particles: Collective Effects in Nanomagnetic Particle Assemblies. 

Implication on physical observables and applications