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.    Dra. Nina Bogdanchikova, Centro de Nanociencias y Nanotecnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ensenada, Baja California, México


  •     Nanoparticles and nanocrystals
  •     Nanostructured and nano architectured materials
  •     Nanocarbon (e.g. carbon dots, graphene, nanotubes, fullerenes)
  •     2D materials (e.g. flat allotropes, planar extended compounds, TMDCs, MXenes)
  •     Self-assemblies and directed assemblies of molecules and nanoparticles
  •     Films, membranes, coatings, surfaces, and interfacial materials
  •     Nanoporous and mesoporous materials
  •     Soft matter (e.g. biomaterials, polymers, aerogels, foams, granular matter)
  •     Hierarchical structures and molecular-particle networks
  •     Inorganic-organic hybrids and nanocomposites
  •     Nanoceramics, metals, and alloys
  •     Chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical technologies
  •     Catalysis, sensing, separation science, and membrane reactors
  •     Energy conversion and storage (e.g. solar cells, energy harvesting, batteries)
  •     Electronics, photonics, and magnetics
  •     Food, biological, medicinal, and drug development
  •     Green and sustainable practices and remediation
  •     Engineering applications (e.g. building, transportation, telecommunications)
  •     Nuclear, aerospace, military, and national defense and security technologies

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