Invited Speakers

  • Prof. Gustavo de Medeiros Azevedo (Fed. Univ. of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) - Brazil) specialist in structural studies of nanomaterials (XANES and EXAFS) - Structure and chemical composition of GeSi nanoparticles encapsulated in silica

  • Prof. Jeyadevan Balachandran (Univ. of Shiga Pref. - Hikone - Japan) specialist in nanoparticle synthesis, characterization and applications - Synthesis of Nanostructures (Ag, Cu and Ni-coated Cu Nanowire) using polyol/alcohol system

  • Prof. Alex F. C. Campos (Univ. of Brasília, Faculty of Planaltina, Brazil) specialist in magnetic nanomaterials for environmental applications - Core-shell-based magnetic nanoadsorbents for wastewater treatment

  • Prof. Andrejs Cebers (Latvia Univ. - Riga - Latvia) specialist in theoretical magnetohydrodynamics and biophysical applications of magnetic materials - Dynamics of a ferromagnetic filament in a rotating magnetic field

  • Prof. Jérôme Depeyrot (Univ. of Brasília, Brazil) specialist in structure and magnetism of nanomaterials - Exchange bias, training and memory effects in core-shell magnetic nanoparticles

  • Prof. Dino Fiorani (CNR - Rome - Italy), specialist in nanomagnetism and magnetic nanomaterials - Magnetic properties of spinel ferrite based nanoparticle systems

  • Prof. Douglas Gouvea  (Univ. of Sao Paulo - Brazil) specialist of physical chemistry of surfaces applied to nanoceramic and nanopowders synthesis, processing and applications - Segregation and surface excess in nanopowder

  • Prof. Gerardo F. Goya (INA - Univ. of Zaragoza - Spain), specialist in nanomagnetism of biological systems - The mechanical aspects of intracellular structures during in vitro magnetic hyperthermia

  • Prof. Marcelo Knobel (Univ. of Campinas (Unicamp) - Brazil) specialist in magnetism and nanomagnetism - Morphology control and magnetic behavior of hybrid nanocomposites based on Fe-Oxide and gold nanoparticles

  • Prof. Pavel Kuzhir (PMC - UNC - Nice - France), specialist in magnetorheology of complex nanomaterials - Synthesis and stabilisation of rod-like iron oxyde nanoparticles

  • Prof. Toru Maekawa (Toyo Univ. - Japan) specialist in bio-nanoelectronics - Synthesis of nanoparticles via self-assembly and their applications to bio-medical studies

  • Prof. Fayna Mammeri (Univ. Paris Diderot) specialist of synthesis, functionalization and self-assembly of magnetic nanoparticles (sol-gel and polyol routes, ATRP) - Design of new functional magnetostrictive cobalt ferrite nanocrystals as building blocks and their incorporation in flexible PVDF based magnetoelectric self-standing films

  • Prof. Raul Valenzuela Monjaras (Univ. Nac. Aut. de Mexico - Mexico), specialist in magnetism and nanomagnetism - Resolution of magnetoelectric coupling of interfaces in multi-ferroic BaTiO3-CoFe2O4 nanastructured composites by impedance spectroscopy

  • Prof. Fabrizio Messina  (Univ. of Palermo - Italy) specialist in carbon-based nanodots - Carbon Nanodots: from the fundamental photocycle to an exceptional variety of light-related applications

  • Prof. José A. de Miranda (Fed. Univ. of Pernambuco - Recife - Brazil) specialist in computational physics of dynamical instabilities in ferrofluids - Fingering patterns in ferrofluids and magnetorheological fluids: Matching perturbative and exact solutions

  • Prof. Maria del Puerto Morales (CIMM - Madrid - Spain), specialist in nanomaterials for biomedicine - Polyol process to produce multicore magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles

  • Dr. Sawako Nakamae (SPHYNX - CEA Saclay - France) - specialist in exotic magnetism of nanostructured systems - Electric and thermoelectric conductivity in magnetic fluids - Thermoelectricity in Ferrofluids: Current Understanding, Challenges and Future Applications

  • Prof. Antonio Figueiredo Neto (Univ. of São Paulo - Brazil) specialist in thermodiffusive properties of magnetic fluids - Influence of an external magnetic field in the two-photon absorption coefficient of magnetite nanoparticles in colloids and thin films

  • Prof. Miguel A. Novak (Fed. Univ. of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil) specialist in material chemistry and material physics - Magnetism of Molecular Nanostructures

  • Prof. Véronique Peyre (Sorbonne Univ. - UPMC - PHENIX, France) specilist in synthesis and physico-chemistry of magnetic fluids - Dispersions of nanoparticles in ionic liquids : what governs colloidal stability?

  • Prof. Yuriy L. Raikher (ICMM - Perm - Russia) specialist in theoretical magnetodynamics and soft magnetic materials - Magnetic response of a viscoelastic ferrodispersion: from a nearly Newtonian ferrofluid to a Jeffreys ferrogel

  • Prof. Sergio Machado Rezende (Fed. Univ. of Pernambuco - Recife - Brazil) specialist in magnetism and nanomagnetism (films, multilayers and nanostructures) - New Frontiers in Spintronics

  • Prof. Ricardas Rotomskis (Univ. de Vilnius - Lithuania), specialist in biophysics and biotechnology - Multimodal up-convertion luminescence/ Magnetic Resonance Imaging and phodynamic therapy of cancer: reality and expectation

  • Dr. Vincent Russier (Institut de Chimie des Matériaux - Paris Est - Thiais - France) specialist on Monte Carlo simulation of magnetic nanoparticle supercrystals - Magnetic nanoparticles supracrsystals: ferromagnetic and spin glass states from Monte Carlo simulations

  • Dr. Caroline Salzemann (Sorbonne Univ. - UPMC - MONARIS, France) specialist in magnetic nano-structural auto-organizations - Elaboration of mesostructures based on magnetic nanocrystals for dipolar super ferromagnetism

  • Prof. Olivier Sandre (LCPO - Bordeaux - France), specialist in magnetic polymersomes for theranostics (MRI combined with anti-cancer therapies) - Cellular uptake and magnetic hyperthermia: effects of monocore vs multicore structure and coating of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles

  • Dr. Kalliopi Trohidou (NCSR Demokritos - Agia Paraskevi - Greece), specialist in solid state computer science, with a focus on nanomaterials - Multiscale modelling of exchange biased nanomagnets