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  The Co-organizers list is provisional and updated on April 18th, 2019. Others Co-organizers will be added, accordingly to the progress of event organization.

Poster Session

Posters will be displayed in the Sangallo Cloister during the event:

Tuesday 11 - Friday 14, 09:00 - 18:00

  1. Saeedeh BABAZADEH, Urmia University, Iran
    Colorimetric and Fluorimetric Determination of Pesticides Residues in Water Using Graphene Quantum Dots Coupled with Alizarin


  2. Ginevra BEGANI PROVINCIALI, Istituto di Nanotecnologia Laboratorio di Soft and Living Matter, CNR, Roma 
    X-rays Phase Contrast Tomography for the 3D investigation of ALS disease   
     
  3. Fabio BOCCUNI, INAIL
    Risk management and communication approach in R&D of nanomaterials

  4. Sabina BOTTI, ENEA
    Creation of localized defects in graphene structure by EUV irradiation

  5. Inna BUKREEVA, CNR-Institute of Nanotechnology 
    Phase contrast X-ray tomography as a tool of 3D visualization of spine and spinal cord of ex-vivo small animals

  6. Delia CAVALLO, INAIL
    Induction of cytotoxic and inflammatory effects by two differently sized Silica Nanoparticles on human bronchial cells

  7. Cristiano CARLOMAGNO, Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi
    Raman spectroscopy as biochemical "fingerprint" of biofluids for the investigation of neurodegenerative diseases

  8. Alessandra COLANTUONI, University of Milano-Bicocca
    Toxicological impact on 3D skin models of antibacterial metal oxide nanoparticles for medical textile coating

  9. Barbara CORTESE, CNR NANOTEC
    Guided cell migration in a multi-cue environment
     
  10. Antonella D'ALESSANDRO, University of Perugia
    Smart nanomodified cementitious materials for weigh-in-motion monitoring of roads and bridges

  11. Rosaria D'AMATO, ENEA
    Quantum dots synthesis for the project Nanoscrila

  12. Simone DI MARE, FBK
    Additive manufacturing of superalloy, early stage activities of project ADAM

  13. Giovanni DI MUCCIO, University of Rome Tor Vergata
    Protein Sequencing through α-Hemolysin nanopore: an atomistic simulations insights

  14. Gianluca DI PROFIO, ITM-CNR, Rende
    AMECRYS – Project overview and main activities performed

  15. Marianna DIONISI, University of Piemonte Orientale “A. Avogadro”
    The impact of SiO2 NPs on neuronal electrical activity and gene expression  

  16. Gianluca FABI, Università Politecnica delle Marche
    Nanoscale Characterization of Biological Cells Using Inverted Scanning Microwave Microscopy
     
  17. Lara FACCANI, CNR-ISTEC, Faenza
    Dose properties characterization and redox potential of nanoparticles
     
  18. Emma FENUDE, CNR-DSCTM
    Design and Synthesis of Peptide Building Blocks for Tunable Biopolymers

  19. Pamela FLORIS, University of Milano-Bicocca
    Toxicological effects of nZn-CuO antibacterial coating on reverse osmosis membranes in the aquatic model zebrafish

  20. Alice GUALERZI, Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi
    Nanovesicle characterization by Raman spectroscopy: towards clinical application in diagnostics and treatment

  21. Erica GENTILIN, University of Padova
    Cerium oxide nanoparticles prevent cisplatin ototoxicity in vitro

  22. Radenka KRSMANOVIC WHIFFEN, ENEA Casaccia
    Tailoring co-precipitation synthesis to maximize production yield of nanocrystalline wurtzite ZnS

  23. Miriam HASSAN, ISM-CNR
    Perpendicular magnetized GMR spin valves on large-area flexible substrates

  24. Alfonso MARTONE, IPCB-CNR, Naples
    Insights on Diels-Alder coupling agent for the interfacial adhesion recovery in FRP and nanocomposites

  25. Ivania MARKOVA, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Bulgaria
    Properties of intermetallic (Co-Sn, Ni-Sn, Co-Ni) nanoparticles depending on their elemental composition

  26. Laura MAUGERI, Istituto di Nanotecnologia Laboratorio di Soft and Living Matter, CNR, Roma 
    3D multimodal approach for the study of the CNS in healthy and diseased conditions 

  27. Simona ORTELLI, CNR-ISTEC, Faenza
    Monitoring occupational exposure scenarios during the production of nanostructured antibacterial textiles

  28. Gabriella PASQUA & Luca DI PALMA, Sapienza University of Rome
    Remediation of hexavalent chromium contaminated water by iron nanoparticles and impact of reused water on tomato plant growthformulations

  29. Valentina PICARDO, ISS
    Nanopesticides: analytical techniques for chemical-physical characterization of different formulations

  30. Silvia PICCIOLINI, Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi
    SPRi-based biosensor for the detection of circulating extracellular vesicles as biomarkers of neurological diseases
     
  31. Valentina PROTA, ISS
    Towards A Strategy For Grouping Nanomaterials: Contribution Of The Italian National Institute Of Health To The Nanoreg2 Project For Cytotoxicity And Genotoxicity

  32. Elena SALERNITANO, ENEA
    ZnS wurtzite via the Two-Step Sintering process: effects on ceramic density and microstructure

  33. Silvia SANTILOCCHI, Sapienza University of Rome
    Carbon-based nanocomposites with epoxy and polyurethane matrix and applications in electrochemical biosensors

  34. Federico SCAGLIONE, University of Turin
    Functionalized nanoporous gold as a new biosensor platform for ultra-low quantitative detection of human serum albumin

  35. Sara VESELY, ITB-CNR
    Signal and Power Transfer from Remote

  36. Ilaria ZANONI, CNR-ISTEC, Faenza
    Silver nanoparticles 300K characterization in biological compartments for high and low exposure range

  37. Gloria ZANOTTI, ISM-CNR, Roma
    Variously substituted metallophthalocyanines as hole transporting materials for perovskite solar cells

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