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Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Technological Applications

  • Johann Peter Reithmaier
  • Plamen Petkov
  • Wilhelm Kulisch
  • Cyril Popov

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. General Aspects

    1. W. Kulisch, R. Freudenstein, A. Ruiz, A. Valsesia, L. Sirghi, J. Ponti et al.
      Pages 3-34
  3. Theoretical Approaches

  4. Characterization Techniques

  5. Preparation Techniques

    1. J. C. Pivin, F. Singh, A. Kumar, M. K. Patel, D. K. Avasthi, D. Dimova-Malinovska
      Pages 145-151
    2. A. L. Stepanov, R. Kiyan, C. Reinhardt, A. Seidel, S. Pas-Singer, B. N. Chichkov
      Pages 163-171
    3. E. Fidancevska, J. Bossert, V. Vassilev, R. Adziski, M. Milosevski
      Pages 173-176
  6. Preparation and Characterization of Nanostructured Materials

    1. Nanotubes

      1. W. K. Maser, A. M. Benito, P. Castell, R. Sainz, M. T. MartÍNez, M. Naffakh et al.
        Pages 181-198
    2. Nanoparticles

      1. A. Dmytruk, I. Dmitruk, R. Belosludov, Y. Kawazoe, A. Kasuya
        Pages 201-206
      2. K. Katok, V. Tertykh, V. Yanishpolskii
        Pages 207-210
      3. F. Kyriazis, S. N. Yannopoulos, A. Chrissanthopoulos, S. Baskoutas, N. Bouropoulos
        Pages 211-214
      4. R. R. Khaydarov, R. A. Khaydarov, O. Gapurova, Y. Estrin, S. Evgrafova, T. Scheper et al.
        Pages 215-218
      5. G. A. Mousdis, M. Kompitsas, I. Fasaki, M. Suchea, G. KiriakIDis
        Pages 219-222
      6. A. V. Kukhta, E. E. Kolesnik, A. I. Lesnikovich, S. A. Vorobyova, M. Nichick, A. P. Lugovskii et al.
        Pages 223-226
      7. E. Czerwosz, M. Kozlowski, P. DŁUŋEwski, J. KĘCzkowska, M. SuchaŃSka
        Pages 227-230
    3. Nanocomposites

      1. A. Pradel, P. Yot, S. Albert, N. Frolet, M. Ribes
        Pages 233-243
      2. V. I. Boev, A. Soloviev, C. J. R. Silva, M. J. M. Gomes, J. PÉrez-Juste, I. Pastoriza-Santos et al.
        Pages 245-250
      3. I. S. Berezovska, V. V. Yanishpolskii, V. A. Tertykh
        Pages 251-254
    4. Thin Films

      1. S. Ulrich, H. Holleck, M. StÜBer, H. Leiste, J. Ye, C. Ziebert
        Pages 257-267
      2. D. Dimova-Malinovska
        Pages 285-301
      3. H. Nichev, D. Dimova-Malinovska, V. Georgieva, O. Angelov, J. C. Pivin, V. Mikli
        Pages 303-306
      4. A. S. Yeremyan, H. N. Avetisyan, L. G. Arshakyan
        Pages 307-312
    5. Chalcogenides and Other Glass Systems

      1. T. Petkova, V. Ilcheva, C. Popov, J. P. Reithmaier, G. Socol, E. Axente et al.
        Pages 329-334
      2. V. Ilcheva, T. Petkova, D. Roussev, P. Petkov
        Pages 335-340
      3. I. Kaban, W. Hoyer, P. JÓvÁri, T. Petkova, A. Stoilova, A. SchÖps et al.
        Pages 341-351
      4. B. Monchev, T. Petkova, P. Petkov, J. Philip
        Pages 353-356
      5. S. Boycheva, V. Vassilev, T. Hristova-Vasileva, A. K. Sytchkova, J. P. Reithmaier
        Pages 357-360
      6. T. Kohoutek, T. Wagner, M. Frumar, A. Chrissanthopoulos, S. N. Yannopoulos
        Pages 361-364
      7. D. Ilieva, E. Kashchieva, Y. Dimitriev, R. Yordanova
        Pages 371-376
  7. Applications Of Nanostructured Materials

    1. Electrochemical Applications

      1. T. Stankulov, W. Obretenov, B. Banov, A. Momchilov, A. Trifonova
        Pages 399-404
      2. B. Ketterer, H. Vasilchina, S. Ulrich, M. StÜBer, H. Leiste, C. Adelhelm et al.
        Pages 405-409
    2. Data Storage

About these proceedings

Introduction

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology are experiencing a rapid development in many aspects, like real-space atomic-scale imaging, atomic and molecular manipulation, nano-fabrication, etc. , which will have a profound impact not only in every field of research, but also on everyday life in the twenty-first century. The common efforts of researchers from different countries and fields of science can bring complementary expertise to solve the rising problems in order to take advantage of the nanoscale approaches in Materials Science. Nanostructured materials, i. e. materials made with atomic accuracy, show unique properties as a consequence of nanoscale size confinement, predominance of interfacial phenomena and quantum effects. Therefore, by reducing the dimensions of a structure to nanosize, many inconceivable properties will appear and may lead to different novel applications from na- electronics and nanophotonics to nanobiological systems and nanomedicine. All this requires the contribution of multidisciplinary teams of physicists, chemists, materials scientists, engineers and biologists to work together on the synthesis and processing of nanomaterials and nanostructures, und- standing the properties related to the nanoscale, the design of nano-devices as well as of new tools for the characterization of nano-structured materials. The first objective of the NATO ASI on Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Technological Applications was to assess the up-to-date achie- ments and future perspectives of application of novel nanostructured materials, focusing on the relationships material structure ? functional properties ? possible applications.

Keywords

Biophysics Cluster NATO Nanomaterial Nanostructured Materials Nanotube Peace Physics Science Security Sub-Series B biotechnology metastable particles scattering

Editors and affiliations

  • Johann Peter Reithmaier
    • 1
  • Plamen Petkov
    • 2
  • Wilhelm Kulisch
    • 3
  • Cyril Popov
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Nanostructure Technologies and AnalyticsUniversity of KasselGermany
  2. 2.Department of PhysicsUniversity of Chemical Technology and MetallurgySofiaBulgaria
  3. 3.Institute for Health and Consumer ProtectionEuropean Commission Joint Research CentreIspraItaly

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