Horizon-2020 MSCA RISE Project №778157 CanBioSe: Novel 1D photonic metal oxide nanostructures for early stage cancer detection

CanBioSe

Project ID: 778157 MSCA-RISE-2017 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) 

The project CanBioSe targeted to strengthen international and intersectoral collaboration, sharing new ideas and knowledge transfer from research to market and vice versa in the field of nanostructured metal oxide optical biosensors for cancer cells detection. Interdisciplinary project research and innovation goals are targeted to develop a new portable tool for early stage cancer detection which can solve on of important health challenges in EU society.

 

Horizon-2020 MSCA RISE Project №777810 NANO2DAY: MULTIFUNCTIONAL POLYMER COMPOSITES DOPED WITH NOVEL 2D NANOPARTICLES FOR ADVANCED APPLICATIONS

NANO2DAY

Project ID: 777810 MSCA-RISE-2017 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) 

NANO2DAY is aiming at the development of advanced multifunctional composites with outstanding electronic and mechanical properties by incorporation of novel MXene nanosheets into polymer matrixes. The project will firstly go forward to the rational design and systematic exploration of MXene-polymer nanocomposites for wearable electronics and advanced structural components for airspace applications.

 

Drexel University - STCU Project P660: DEVELOPMENT OF EQUIPMENT AND PILOT PRODUCTION PROCESS FOR SYNTHESIS OF MATERIALS BY SELECTIVE EXTRACTION (2015-2016)

The aim of this project organized by Drexel University (USA), Materials Research Centre and Science and Technology Center in Ukraine (STCU) was to develop and manufacture scalable pilot production line for MXene synthesis with controlled parameters and production capacity 100g of MXene per batch.

 

Horizon 2020 MSCA RISE Project №690853 assymcyrv: The influence of the cell membrane asymmetry and curvature on the functioning of membrane proteins and the transport of therapeutic compounds

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Project ID: 690853 MSCA-RISE-2015 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) 

In this work we propose comprehensive interdisciplinary study of the influence of membrane asymmetry and curvature on the functioning of integral membrane proteins and the transmembrane transport of therapeutic compounds (such as cisplatin and its derivatives). The goal is to reveal major physical factors, which distinguish asymmetric and curved membrane environment and govern interactions, orientation and diffusion of the small molecules (drugs) and large integral proteins.

 

Horizon 2020 MSCA RISE Project №690968 NANOGUARD2AR: NANOMATERIALS-BASED INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING SOLUTION TO ENSURE SUSTAINABLE SAFEGUARD TO INDOOR AIR

NANOGUARD2AR

Project ID: 690968  MSCA-RISE-2015 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) 

The main objectives of the NANOGUARD2AR project are to develop and design, test, validate and demonstrate an innovative nanomaterials-based “microbial free” engineering solutions and responsive system [NANOGUARD2AR system] for the indoor air safeguard to support concept of green buildings. 

 

FP5-INCO 2 Project №ICA2-CT-2000-10020 LAMINATES: Silicon nitride based laminar and functionally gradient ceramics for engineering application

LAMINATES

Silicon nitride based laminar and functionally gradient ceramics for engineering application

Project ID: ICA2-CT-2000-10020 CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

 

The proposal is motivated by the Copernicus programme objective to preserve and further develop the research excellence of 2 newly independent states (NIS), Armenia and Ukraine, in which there is complementary expertise to the Exporters. It is aimed specifically at the development of new engineering ceramics, involving innovative processing steps for both raw materials and ceramic laminate products, which is focussed on the resolution of a persistent problem in the substitution of the metallic engineering components by ceramics, concerning a lack of toughness.

 

FP4-INCO Project № IC15960729 Reliable and cost-effective ceramic components for high-temperature fast-firing porcelain surfaces and gas turbines by microstructural control of oxide scales on SiC and Si3N4

Reliable and cost-effective ceramic components for high-temperature fast-firing porcelain surfaces and gas turbines by microstructural control of oxide scales on SiC and Si3N4

Project ID: IC15960729 CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

The co-operation between partners drawn from companies developing new process technology (ESK, Germany; MRC, Ukraine and ISSPS, Belarus), research institutes specializing in oxidation of ceramics (University of Tuebingen), microstructural characterization (CNRS, France), mathematical modelling (IPMS, Ukraine) and end-users (ABB, Germany) will definitely bring the project to success.

 

US DOE - STCU Project P483: Recycling Spent Batteries for Electric Drive Vehicles

 From left to right:  project manager M.Gubinskyi (NMetAU, Igor Barsukov (American Energy Technologies Company, USA), Upendra S. Rohatgi (Brookhaven National Laboratory),  MRC Director O. Gogotsi, Vic Korsun (STCU Deputy Executive Director (USA) ) That research project was organized by the U.S. Department of Energy (United States Department of Energy (DoE), Argonne National Laboratory, USA, for the development of new technology for recycling spent batteries for electric drive vehicles.

Main objective of that project is to develop and manufacture a number of experimental and new lines of experimental equipment for the developed technology of recycling spent batteries for electric drive vehicles.

 

US DOE - STCU Project P482: New Materials for Electric Drive Vehicles

Project participants at MRC work premises observed equipment manufactured by MRC. From left to right: O.Gogotsi, Director of Materials Research Centre, STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun, Igor Barsukov (American Energy Technologies Company, USA), Andrew Castiglioni (Argonne National Laboratory, USA), project manager M.Gubinskyi (NMetAU), Materials Research Centre, August 2013 That research project was organized by the U.S. Department of Energy (United States Department of Energy (DoE), Argonne and Brokhaven National Laboratories, USA, for the development of new new materials for electric drive vehicles (Total duration 24 month).

Main objective of that project is to develop and manufacture a number of experimental and new lines of experimental equipment for the development of technologies and materials for manufacturing of batteries for electric drive vehicles.

 

Publications

Carbon Nanomaterials, Second Edition, Yury Gogotsi; Volker Presser. Published by CRC Press, 2013 Scientific articles, publications, reviews on materials science, strength of materials and modern problems of nanotechnologies.

This publications and articles were  resulted from  international scientific research and development projects, international conferences.


 

Boron Carbide

boron carbide nozzlesManufacturing of ceramic materials with high strength and wear resistance made of boron carbide.

The method for the manufacture of very hard, wear-resistant ceramic samples of boron carbide. This method of manufacturing the ceramic material is hot pressing at 1800-2300 C for 5-60 min. Devices for grinding products in size on the plane grinding machine.

 


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Opening of the 2nd International Conference on MXenes, Beijing, China on May 10-12, 2019

alt2nd International Conference on MXenes was opened on May 10, 2019 at Beijing University of Chemical Technology.

 
2nd International Conference on MXenes, Beijing, China on May 10-12, 2019

alt2nd International Conference on MXenes will be held in Beijing, China on May 10-12, 2019. The conference is hosted and organized by Beijing University of Chemical Technology. 

 
Project Meeting and Workshop under Horizon-2020 MSCA RISE CanBioSE project, 17-18 th of April 2019, Vilnius, Lithuania

altResearch team of Materials Research Centre led by Oleksiy Gogotsi take part in CanBioSe project meeting and Workshop held in Vilnius University, Vilnus, Lithuania. MRC team met with another CanBioSe project participants, presented MRC company. Also MRC director gave a talk on 2d materials MXenes and their possible applications.

 
MRC team of engineers visited Addit Expo 3D, Plast Expo Ua, Kyiv Technical Fair and Coating Expo UA ‑ 2019, 2-5 April, 2019

altMRC team of engineers visited Addit Expo 3D, Plast Expo Ua, Kyiv Technical Fair and Coating Expo UA ‑ 2019 to learn more about last trends in polymer and coating industry and to discuss with conference participants actual questions and present their NANO2DAY research project.

 
Capacitance of coarse-grained carbon electrodes with thickness up to 800 μm

Schematic of the cell configuration when the thickness of the electrode increases from 200 mm to 800mmMRC team (Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine) and research groups from Jilin University (Changchun, Cnina) and Drexel University (Philadelphia, USA) presented breakthrough research on increasing the specific capacity for high-power supercapacitors with coarse-grained carbon electrodes and thickness up to 800 μm, recently published in Electrochimica Acta. In this work, they reported on the trends in capacitance change for coarse-grained CDC and AC electrodes with the thickness from 200 to 800 mm.

 
Seminar on Novel 2D materials MXenes: Synthesis and applications, Institute of Physics, Kiev, Ukraine, February 13, 2019

altDirector of Materials Research Centre Oleksiy Gogotsi was invited by professor Galina Dovbeshko, to take part in scientific discussion and seminar, held at the Department of Physics of Biological Systems, Institute of Physics National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He gave a seminar lecture on synthesis and properties of novel two-dimensional material MXene. Also Oleksiy Gogotsi presented current research MSCA RISE project NANO2DAY where MRC is participating with MXene expertise.

 
NANOGUARD2AR Project Workshop: 29-30 January, 2019 Lisbon, Portugal Safety and Regulation of the Engineering Nanomaterials, 29-30 January, 2019 Lisbon, Portugal

altThe aim of the NANOGUARD2AR project 3rd Workshop is to discuss current the state-of-the-art on Safety of the Nanomaterials Application to the Indoor Air Quality Control, including green building concept and overall progress with Engineering Nanomaterials Regulation in EU and worldwide

 
Congratulations to Professor Yury Gogotsi with being elected as Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences!

professor Yury Gogotsi, Drexel UniversityIn January 2019 Professor Yury Gogotsi was elected as a Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (EURASC).

Professor Yury Gogotsi is a leading Ukrainian and American scientist in the field of material chemistry, professor at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA since the year 2000 in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering and Nanotechnology.

 
ADVANCED SCIENCE NEWS: Yury Gogotsi was a chemist from the very beginning. He feels the excitement of scientific discovery, and cannot imagine doing anything else

Professor Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

Yury Gogotsi was a chemist from the very beginning. He feels the excitement of scientific discovery, and cannot imagine doing anything else. It was love at first sight for Yury Gogotsi. 

Gogotsi feels that the greatest recent step in the field of materials science was the discovery of new 2D materials, the “building blocks of the future”. He is very enthusiastic about the use of nanotechnology to generate “new artificial materials, structures and devices from nanoscale building blocks” and the increased application of “modeling, simulation, and machine learning for solving materials science problems”, though he admits concern regarding the unknown effects that artificial intelligence will have on our future lives. He is also conscious of the energy required for computation and the importance of exploiting renewable resources to develop new technologies – ones that reduce energy consumption. “We need revolutionary discoveries here,” he says. “Evolutionary development won’t be enough.”

 
NANO2DAY project: Dr. Vitalis Leisis, Kaunas Unniversity of Technology (Kaunas, Lithuania), visited Ukrainian partner Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine on November -December 2018

altDue to the NANO2DAY project under european scientific  research program HORIZON 2020 Dr. Vitalis Leisis, Kaunas Unniversity of Technology (Kaunas, Lithuania), visited Ukrainian partner Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine on November -December 2018. 

 
Horizon 2020 NANO2DAY project participants from the Materials Research Center (MRC), Kiev, Ukraine, Alexey Gogotsi and Veronika Zahorodna visited the partner organization Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, on September-October 2018

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NANO2DAY project participants from the Materials Research Center (MRC), Kiev, Ukraine, Alexey Gogotsi (MRC project leader) and Veronika Zahorodna (early-staged researcher, in the framework of international scientific cooperation on the Horizon 2020 program, visited the partner organization Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, on September-October 2018 in accordance with the travel plan on the project to perform planned project activities.

 
MRC director Oleksiy Gogotsi at the work meeting in Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, made a presentation of the company and its activitties in international r&d projects

altDirector of Materials Research Centre (Kiev, Ukraine) Oleksiy Gogotsi  at the work meeting in Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, made a  presentation of the company and its activitties in international research and development projects. Also Oleksiy Gogotsi presented HORIZON 2020 MSCA RISE Project №777810 NANO2DAY: MULTIFUNCTIONAL POLYMER COMPOSITES DOPED WITH NOVEL 2D NANOPARTICLES FOR ADVANCED APPLICATIONS.

 
Seminar on 2D Materials Beyond Graphene by prof. Zdenek Sofer University of Chemistry and Technology (Prague) at Drexel University, USA, on October 18, 2018

altDuring NANO2DAY project visit  to Drexel University (Philadelphia, USA), director of Materials Research Centre (kiev, Ukraine) Oleksiy Gogotsi met with Assoc. Prof. Zdeněk Sofer from University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (Chech Republic) and attended his seminar on nanomaterials. Prof. Zdenek Sofer in Drexel University gave an excellent seminar on 2D Materials Beyond Graphene.

 
NANO2DAY project: research scientist Maksym Plakhothyuk, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), visited Ukrainian partner Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine on September-November 2018

NANO2DAY project Maksym Plakhotnyuk, DTU visited MRC, November 2018Due to the NANO2DAY project under european scientific  research program HORIZON 2020 research scientist  Maksym Plakhothyuk, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), visited Ukrainian partner Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine on September-November 2018. 

 
Congratulations to Professor Yury Gogotsi who received prestigious Chineese Government Friendship Award, Beijing, Great Hall of the People, September 29, 2018

Yury Gogotsi recevide Friendship Award from Chinas GovernmentChina"s Government Friendship Award ceremony was held in Great Hall of the People, in Beijing on September 29, 2018, the award to the winners were presented by the Vice Premier of China Liu He. The People's Republic of China Government Friendship Award is China's highest award for foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions to the country's economic and social progress.