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Nanomaterials in Biomedical Application and Biosensors (NAP-2019)

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  • © 2020


  • Presents selected articles from the International Conference on Nanomaterials: Applications and Properties (NAP 2019)
  • Highlights new frontiers in the use of metal/metal oxide nanoparticles, hierarchical nanostructures, and organic coatings as sensors for bacterial and cancer detection
  • Includes recent findings on orthopedic and dental implant coatings using nanoparticles
  • Features contributions from leading professionals and researchers in industry, healthcare, and academia

Part of the book series: Springer Proceedings in Physics (SPPHY, volume 244)

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This book covers novel and innovative technologies used in development, modeling, chemical/physical investigation and biomedical (in-vitro and in-vivo) trials of nanomaterials and nanocomposites. Novel methods for nanoparticle development and manufacturing are presented, as well as their safety and promising applications. In addition, the book highlights new frontiers in the use of metal / metal oxide nanoparticles, hierarchical nanostructures and organic coatings as sensors for detecting gases, inorganic and organic materials, including biosensors for bacteria and cancers. Organic nanoparticle composites for medical applications (tissue engineering, tissue replacement, regeneration, etc.), including hydroxyapatite NPs, are also covered, together with related in-vitro and preclinical investigations. In closing, the book shares recent findings on orthopedic and dental implant coatings using nanoparticles, their biological efficacy and safety.

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Table of contents (26 papers)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Nanoelectronics, Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine

    Alexander D. Pogrebnjak

  • Center of Collective Use of Scientific Equipment, Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine

    Maksym Pogorielov

  • Optical Biosensors and Functional Nanomaterials Laboratory, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

    Roman Viter

About the editors

Prof. Alexander Pogrebnjak is a Head of Nanoelectronics Department at Sumy State University, Ukraine. His scientific interests include nanocomposite and layered coatings; high-entropy alloy nitrides, improving the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of materials using nano-scale films, and modifying the properties of metals and alloys using high-power particle beams. Prof. Pogrebnjak has authored or co-authored 14 book chapters and over 300 peer-reviewed research articles.

Prof. Maksym Pogorielov, Ph.D., M.D., is Head of the Research Center and Leader of Biomaterials Research Group at Sumy State University, Ukraine, as well as Coordinator of Research Programs in biotech company NanoPrime (Debica, Poland). His research focuses on the development and assessment of biomaterials for medical purposes – tissue engineering constructions, dental and orthopedic implants, new coatings, hemostatic agents, drug delivery systems, antibacterial nanoparticles and nanosystems.

Dr. Roman Viter, Ph.D., is a leading researcher and head of the ‘Optical biosensors and functional nanomaterials’ laboratory at the Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy, University of Latvia. His research interests include the deposition of nanostructures via sol-gel and ALD, characterization of the structure and optical properties of metal oxide nanostructures, and non-invasive optical methods for monitoring the degradation of nanostructures.

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