Week 8

Nanomaterials

Semester:

The topic for this week's seminar was nanomaterials. Nanomaterials are described as materials composed of single units between the size of 1 1000 nanometers. Nanomaterials are a product of nanotechnology which is the manipulation of matter on atomic molecular and supramolecular scale. The title of the presentation was “Nanomaterials: From Lab to Market.” The talk was presented by Dr. Anthonyy C. Onicha. He attended Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia where he obtained his Bachelors in Engineering.

Nanomaterials: From lab to market

Semester:

Our guest speaker for this week’s chemistry seminar was Dr. Anthony C. Onicha. He received his Bachelor in Engineering from Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia.   He continued his schooling and obtained his PH.D from Bowling Green State University. His postdoctoral was dealing with the synthesis and characterization of lead chalcogenide nanowires.  He is currently holding the position of Senior Scientist at US Nano, LLC of South Bend, IN. He is currently waiting upon two patents and four research publications that focused on solar cells and nanowires. Dr.

Nanomaterials: From Lab to Market

Semester:

This week's seminar is about nanomaterials and the topic was presented by Anthony C Onicha. Onicha was senior scientist in US Nano. Onicha's seminar hit a popular idea of nanomaterials and how they were working masterfully because of their properties and their effective use in bulk. Onicha went a step further and discussed 3 different types of nanomaterials: 0-dimensional nanomaterials (quantum dots), 1-dimensional nanomaterials (nanowires) and 2-dimensional nanomaterials .

Nanomaterials: From Lab to Market

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Anthony C Onicha,Senior Scientist in US Nano was invited for the 9th chemistry seminar. Anthony gave a lecture on the nanochemistry. Nanomaterials are getting attention because of their remarkable properties which are different theirs properties when they are exist in bulk. Anthony introduced three kinds of nanomaterials: 0-dimensional nanomaterials, quantum dots, 1-dimensional nanomaterials, and 2-dimesional nanomaterials, nanowires. Different sized quantum dots which are 0-dimensional nanomaterials have distinctive colors because of their irritating properties with UV light.

Nanomaterials: From Lab to Market

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This week’s presentation was brought by Doctor Anthony C Onicha. Doctor Onicha completed PhD studies in the United States at Bowling Green State University, Ohio and joined US Nano, LLC of South Bend, IN in 2012. He is currently senior scientist in US Nano. The topic of his presentation was “Nanomaterials: From Lab to Market.”

During his presentation, he talked about US Nano’s challenges and solutions for those challenges, their 3 different targets with advantages, and nanomaterials from lab to market.  

US Nano’s two challenges were:

Week 9

Semester:

            This week’s chemistry seminar presenter was Anthony C Onicha a senior scientist at US Nano, LLC, South Bend, IN. He was speaking on the topic of nanomaterial’s and the work being done at US Nano LLC. He spoke specifically on the development of Nano wires through the process of Solution-Liquid-Solid synthesis.

Nanomaterials- From Lab to Market

Semester:

This week's Chemistry Seminar Speaker was Anthony C. Onicha, PhD. Dr. Onicha is the Senior Scientist at US Nano, LLC, South Bend, IN. His post-doctoral work and now his work at US Nano focuses on the synthesis and characterization of nanowires. In explaining what nanowires are and why they are important, Dr. Onicha focused on their size and uses. Some of their main uses are in nanoscale electronics, opteoelectronics, chemical sensors, biological sensors, optical sensors, polarization sensors, energy harvesting and storage, and flexible electronics. 

Nanowires

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               We had the honor to have Dr. Anthony C. Onicha, a senior scientist from US Nano, LLS, come speak to us on October 31, 2013, about the current project with nanowires that he’s been working on.

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