Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology

Materials having any external dimension in the Nanoscale, as well as internal or surface structure in the Nanoscale. It has a high surface-to-volume ratio, making it very reactive. The two methods for preparing nanomaterials are bottom-up and top-down. Nanomaterials are created for use in a variety of applied sciences and engineering fields. These nanomaterials have a large impact in the field of material science and engineering despite their small size. Nanomaterials are intelligent materials with a definite structure order. Nanotechnology research focuses on practical applications in smart sensors and smart delivery systems, such as Magnetic Nano devices, Nano-Biosensors, Nano switches, and optical biosensors. Monometallic, bimetallic, iron oxide, titanium dioxide, and zinc oxide are a few examples of well-known nanoparticles used in industry. Nanoparticles are used as chemical catalysts, very good adsorbents, and in sunscreen, cosmetics, and some food products. Carbon nanotubes are used for stain-resistant textiles, and cerium oxide is used as a fuel catalyst. 

Potential topics include, but are not limited to 

  • Nanobiotechnology 
  • Nanochemistry 
  • Nanoelectronics 
  • Nanofabrication / manufacturing 
  • Nanofluidics 
  • Nanomagnetic 
  • Nanomaterials 
  • Nanomechanics 
  • Nanometrology 
  • Nanophotonics 
  • Nanophysics 
  • Nanoplasmonics 
  • Inorganic Frame works as Smart Nanomedicines 
  • Nanoarchitectonics for Smart Delivery & Drug Targeting