Oct 10, 2009
Coimbatore Campus

Research being conducted at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham continues to be recognized around the country and the world.

ICANNSix research papers were accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (ICANN-2009), being organized by the Centre for Nanotechnology at the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India.

The papers will be published in a Special Issue of the ‘International Journal of Nanosciences’ (IJN), World Scientific.

The conference will bring together research scientists and technologists from USA, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Germany as well as all leading institutions in India. Discussions will focus on what the sector has achieved and what direction future research should take.

The contributing authors from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham are from the Centre for Computational Engineering and Networking, the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and the Department of Sciences, all at the Coimbatore campus.

The papers include :

1. In-Silico Characterization of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) to Develop Gas Sensors, Premkumar P., Krishnan Namboori P. K., V. P. Mohandas, K. U. Radhagayathri and Deepa Gopakumar.


2. Thermal Analysis of Nanofluids Using Modeling and Molecular Dynamics Simulation, Krishnan Namboori P. K., Varun Gopal K., Vasavi C.S., Sabarish Narayanan B., Deepa Gopakumar and K. I. Ramachandran.


3. Computational Modeling and Simulation of Nano Molecular Switch for Alzheimer’s Disease (A Gene Silencing Technique), K. U. Radhagayathri, Krishnan Namboori P. K., V. P. Mohandas, T. Subeesh, Deepa Gopakumar and K.I. Ramachandran.


4. In-Silico Modeling and Simulation of Magnetic Nanoparticles for the Biological Cell Isolation Technique, Varun Gopal K., Premkumar, Krishnan Namboori P. K., Sabarish Narayanan B. and Deepa Gopakumar.


5. Gold Nanoparticles Modified TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for the Selective Determination of Ascorbic Acid, T. G. Satheesh Babu, P. V. Suneesh and T. Ramachandran.


6. Highly Sensitive Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor Based on Nanoporous Copper Oxide / Copper Oxalate, T. G. Satheesh Babu and T. Ramachandran.



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