December 3 (Saturday) 11 AM will be held the scientific seminar "Magnetic Nanomaterials for Device and MRI Applications" by Professor Sarah Stoll of the Georgetown University in the USA.


The seminar will be held at the Institute of Chemistry (Naugarduko 24), in the Inorganic Chemistry Auditorium.


Research in the Prof. Stoll Lab has focused on the synthesis and study of magnetic nanoparticles. Magnetic nanoparticles are of interest for electronics applications (data storage), biological systems (particularly for separations and MRI), as well as fundamental questions about magnetism on the nanometer length scale. Many of the projects involve the synthesis of novel magnetic nanoparticles or the incorporation of magnetic clusters and nanoparticles in larger superstructures. Some resultson the developing systems with novel magneto-optical, luminescence, non-linear optical properties will be also discussed. More information about scientist's work:


The event is organized within the framework of the American-Baltic-Dialogue program project “Towards stronger cooperation between US and Baltic scientists in the field of nanomaterials science and sustainable chemistry”.  

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