School of Science, NUV had organized a Lecture series on Nanotechnology where three eminent speakers had delivered their lectures under this series.
The first speaker was Dr. Nobert Kucerka, Deputy Director for Science, Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Moscow region, Russia. He spoke about Condensed matter research that was ongoing in his laboratory and gave insights to use of nano particles and its application in biomedical research for use as therapeutics in targeted drug delivery for cancer and magnetic based diagnostics.
The second speaker was Dr. Peter Kopansky from Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic. In his topic – Magnetic fluids and their complex systems, he extensively discussed about magnetic fluids and their use in detections of diseases and applications in field like space sciences and nuclear physics.
The third speaker Dr. Milan Timko, Slovak Republic, spoke about Hyperthermia in magnetic fluids as a tool for biomedical applications and focused mainly on his work on magnetosomes and their applications.