13oct7:00 pmScience Café

Event Details

Dr. Bakhtiyor Rasulev

Research Associate
Center for Computationally
Assisted Science and Technology, NDSU

Title: Nanomaterials: friend or foe? Computing the good and bad properties.

Abstract: For the last two decades, breakthrough research has been going on in all aspects of materials science, including nanotechnology at an accelerated pace. New materials of unprecedented functionality and performance are being developed and characterized. New materials are in high demand in the marketplace. Moreover, this need increases in an exponential way for the new materials of desired functionality and performance. For example, nanomaterials to cure various diseases or for targeted destruction of cancer cells, and etc. Here we show examples of good and bad properties of nanomaterials, and also how the combination of computational chemistry, data mining and cheminformatics approaches can help in predicting the properties of nanomaterials, including physico-chemical, pharmacological properties and toxicity.
Website for Event http://earth.physics.ndsu.nodak.edu/


(Tuesday) 7:00 pm

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