4th PCGMR-NCKU Symposium Nano Technology & Nano Materials for Bio-Medical applications Nov. 21-23, 2012.

Доктор Юрий Гогоци и профессор Яшимура с аспирантами, ноябрь 2012
В рамках Asian Bio-Ceramics Symposium на сателитной встрече профессор Юрий Гогоци выступил с докладом о применении углеродных наноматериалов для биомедицинских приложений, ноябрь 2012
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Asian Bioceramics Simposium 2012

Prof. Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA, gave seminar Carbon Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications

Тематика 4th PCGMR-NCKU была посвящена нанотехнологиям и наноматериалам для приложений биомедицины. На лекторий были приглашены ученые с мировым именем, и среди них - профессор Юрий Георгиевич Гогоци, директор Института Нанотехнологий Университета Дрекселя, США.

На фото слева: профессор Юрий Гогоци выступает с докладом на семинаре 4th PCGMR-NCKU.

Научные события совпали с празднованием 70-летия профессора Масахиро Яшимура. Юрий Гогоци также поздравил профессора Яшимуру с юбилеем.

Профессор Масахиро Яшимура, Masahiro Yoshimura, родился в 1942 году в Токио, Япония, в настоящее время почетный профессор Токийского технологического института, Япония, и заслуженный приглашенный профессор National Cheng Kung University, Тайвань. Он проводил материаловедческие исследования в лаборатории Массачусетского технологического института, США, и Laboratoire де Chimie Appliqee де l'Etat Solide КМСЕ, Франция, и получил множество наград, таких как Академическая премия 2006 Tokyo Metropolitan , Премия 2007 года Министерство образования, культуры и науки Японии за исследования , 2009 - Ли Синь премия, Институт исследования металлов, Китай. Профессор Яшимура является вице-президентом Всемирной академии керамики, а также членом Международного института науки спекания, Сербия, издав 680 статей в рецензируемых журналах, 3 книг и 30 патентов и т.д.

Dr. Yury Gogotsi met Dr. Masahiro Yoshimura with his postgraduates Профессор Юрий Гогоци и Профессор Масухиро Яшимура Аспиранты профессора Яшимуры, Профессор Гогоци и профессор Яшимура на симпозиуме  ABC Simposium 2012
Доктор Юрий Гогоци и профессор Яшимура с аспирантами, ноябрь 2012
Профессор Юрий Гогоци и Профессор Масaхиро Яшимура на 12th Asian Bio-Ceramics Symposium in NCKU

Пост-докторанты профессора Яшимуры, Профессор Гогоци и профессор Яшимура на симпозиуме  ABC Simposium 2012


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Researchers from the A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute have been studying MXene for nearly half a decade. (L-R): Olekisy Gogotsi (Director of Materials Research Center, Ukraine), Gabriel Scull, Babak Anasori, Mohamed Alhabeb, Yury Gogotsi.

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