Nanostructured Materials and Coatings for Biomedical and Sensor Applications

  • Y. G. Gogotsi
  • Irina V. Uvarova

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 102)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Materials for Biomedical Applications

    1. S. V. Mikhalovsky, M. Santin, L. I. Mikhalovska, A. W. Lloyd, S. P. Denyer
      Pages 15-26
    2. R. Partch, E. Powell, Y-H. Lee, M. Varshney, S. Kim, N. Barnard et al.
      Pages 27-40
    3. C. C. Trapalis, T. Vaimakis, A. Kharlamov, M. Kokkoris, G. Kordas
      Pages 41-49
    4. S. K. Taylor, A. H. S. Jones, D. Mercs, D. G. Teer, M. Elloy
      Pages 51-62
    5. V. A. Lavrenko, N. V. Boshitskaya, G. N. Makarenko
      Pages 63-70
    6. D. Grabco, M. Dyntu, D. Meglei, O. Shikimaka
      Pages 71-76
    7. G. C. Koumoulidis, C. C. Trapalis, A. T. Sdoukos, T. C. Vaimakis
      Pages 83-90
    8. Hanan Beheri, Wafa I. Abdel-Fattah, Rolf Pruemmer
      Pages 91-102
    9. V. V. Lashneva, Yu. G. Tkachenko, V. A. Dubok, D. V. Schur, V. V. Sychev, L. A. Matveeva
      Pages 103-109
    10. G. P. Bogatyreva, M. A. Marinich, N. A. Oleynik, G. A. Bazaliy
      Pages 111-118
  3. Thin Films and Coatings

    1. B. Carroll, Y. Gogotsi, A. Kovalchenko, A. Erdemir, M. J. McNallan
      Pages 119-130
    2. A. Portinha, V. Teixeira, J. Martins, M. F. Costa, R. Vassen, D. Stoever
      Pages 149-158
    3. M. Clara Gonçalves, George S. Attard
      Pages 159-168
    4. Y. Pauleau, F. Thiery, J. Pelletier, V. V. Uglov, A. K. Kuleshov, S. N. Dub et al.
      Pages 175-180
    5. O. K. Dvoynenko, I. A. Kozlova, V. M. Statsenko
      Pages 181-185
  4. Nanoparticles and Nanoceramics

    1. A. Vital, U. Klotz, T. Graule, R. Mueller, H. K. Kammler, S. E. Pratsinis
      Pages 203-210
    2. M. Lasova, M. Kakazey, J. G. Gonzales-Rodriguez, G. Dominguez, E. Prilutskii, T. Tomila et al.
      Pages 211-218
    3. V. S. Urbanovich, G. G. Shkatulo
      Pages 229-237
    4. R. A. Wood, M. H. Lewis, M. R. Lees, S. M. Bennington, M. G. Cain, N. Kitamura
      Pages 239-248
    5. V. I. Ivashchenko, P. E. A. Turchi, V. I. Shevchenko
      Pages 249-255
    6. Slava V. Rotkin
      Pages 257-277
  5. Sensor Materials

    1. Wafa I. Abdel-Fattah, M. Sh. Fayed, Sh. R. Gouda, W. F. F. Mekky
      Pages 279-289
    2. D. Grabco, N. Palistrant, R. Jitaru, E. Rusu
      Pages 305-310
    3. V. M. Starodub, A. V. Nabok, N. F. Starodub, W. Torbicz
      Pages 311-325
    4. A. E. Kiv, V. G. Litovchenko, D. Fuks, V. V. Golovanov, I. P. Lisovskyy, T. I. Maximova
      Pages 333-341
    5. J. Miguel Correia-Pires, Vasco Teixeira, J. B. Almeida
      Pages 343-355
    6. V. V. Golovanov, Tapio T. Rantala, Tuomo S. Rantala, A. Kiv
      Pages 357-364
    7. C. M. Pereira, J. M. Oliveira, F. Silva
      Pages 365-370
    8. C. M. Cordas, A. Tenreiro, L. M. Abrantes
      Pages 371-376
    9. Wei-Heng Shih, Wan Y. Shih, Chia-Yi Yang, Huiming Gu, Jeong W. Yi
      Pages 377-394
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 395-397

About this book


This volume contains papers that were presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nanostructured Materials and Coatings for Biomedical and Sensor Applications held in Kyiv, Ukraine, 4-8 August, 2002. A total of 104 scientists from 14 countries participated in our ARW, making it a really international event. Participants ranged from graduate students to senior researchers. They presented 16 tutorial lectures, 20 short talks and more than 70 posters. Invited speakers, from NATO and Partner countries, presented some of the most recent developments in physics, chemistry and technology of nanosized materials. A broad range of speakers having international standing and representing NATO and partner countries, as well as university, industrial and govemment research laboratories participated in this meeting and wrote papers for this volume. Foregoing ARW gathered together the scientists working in the area of nanosized materials and coatings and their applications in biomedicine and sensors. The first objective of this AR W was to discuss the current research covering a wide range of physical and chemical properties of biomaterials and their use. Active discussion of oral presentations and posters, and the round table discussion gave a good opportunity to researchers from academia and industry to discuss the achievements in this field and outline future directions in terms of technological developments and product commercialisation in the fields of biomedicine and sensors. Particularly, advanced ceramics and nanostructured carbons were covered in many presentations.


Biomaterial Biomedical application Biosensor Fullerene Nanotube biomedical applications biotechnology ceramics crystal medical devices nanoparticle polymer sintering thin film

Editors and affiliations

  • Y. G. Gogotsi
    • 1
  • Irina V. Uvarova
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Materials EngineeringDrexel UniversityPhiladelphiaUSA
  2. 2.Institute for Problems of Materials ScienceNational Academy of ScienceKievUkraine

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic Publishers 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4020-1321-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-010-0157-1
  • Series Print ISSN 1568-2609
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