Tuesday, 15 March 2022 09:59

AIMagn Colloquium: Smart Magnetic Nanofluids

The nM2-Lab @CNR_ISM organizes the second event of the series AIMagn Colloquia, that will be held in Genoa on March 18th, 11.30 pm at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry (DCCI). The colloquium on “Smart magnetic nanofluids” will aim at providing a platform to discuss and debate about some of the most recent developments in the field. It includes a keynote lecture given by Prof. G. Friedman (Drexel University, USA) on Magnetic Nanoparticle Micro-robotics, followed by a series of selected talks given by national expert on the topic.

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Magnetic fluids consisting of stable suspensions of magnetic micro and nanoparticles in a carrier liquid have attracted a growing attention for their potential application in many fields including medicine, biotechnology, energy and environment, among others. The keynote lecture given by Prof. G. Friedman (Drexel University, USA) will explore various techniques of magnetic and non-magnetic nano- and micro-particle manipulation in fluids. Magnetized surface patterns and other surface feature will be demonstrated to permit control over magnetic particles and non-magnetic inclusions. Control over particle locomotion and pattern formation in bulk fluid volume away from surfaces will also be discussed.
In the following talks given by R. Bertacco (Politecnico di Milano), Marco Coïsson (INRIM), Diego Colombara (Università di Genova), Alessandro Surpi (CNR-ISMN) other relevant aspects related to the application of smart magnetic fluids will be presented.

The event is free of charge and will be held in a hybrid form (zoom platform).
Please, register here: https://forms.gle/Aw2u3Zy2DK7xCVsN9

Colloquium Chairs
Davide Peddis (nM2-Lab, Un. Genova &CNR-ISM)
Gaspare Varvaro (nM2-Lab, CNR-ISM)

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