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Bioinspired and biointegrated materials as new frontiers nanomaterials VIII

Following the success of the symposia I - VI due to the reports and discussions on  rapidly development  bioinspired, biomimetic technologies for next generation  biomedical nano – materials, - systems, - robotic devices,  the symposium VII  is aimed to give overview of  recent development for fundamentals of nanotechnologies for biomedical engineering multifunctional materials in biomedical healthcare field, environmental control and security. Newest nanotechnologies and bio - materials, - systems, - robotic devices fields which determine developing biomimetic cells and skin, bone tissue engineering, remodeling ones and adaptation to a regeneration of neural systems using created implantable bionic systems.


The symposium will cover the frontiers on the engineering, researching, molecular scale characterization multifunctional  biomolecular biosensor systems in medical and environmental researches and bio - photonics, - electronics, - magnetic molecular systems, bioimmobilized NPs as nanorobots in vivo applications using bio – inspired, mimetic, templated by biomolecules ( virus, marine plants proteins, pigments) inorganic nanoparticles for the quantum dots nanosystems, bioinspired composite  materials... The design, engineering of these materials are aimed to obtain the properties which respond to external, biologically compatible stimuli (physical, chemical, biological) and to electronic, photonic, magnetic nanosystems. And next step is transferring from nano to macro materials for regenerative medicine of bones and teeth (stem cells regenerative orthopedic and dental medicine) for example, and  engineering of multifunctional biointerfaces and biotemplating. The symposium will bring together researchers from chemical, physical sciences and bio - science and – nanotechnology biomaterials for nanomedicine and engineering bio - electronic, - photonic, - magnetic nanosystems to discuss the latest advancements.

Proposed subjects for discussions at this event have actuality for Investigators of the EU MPNS, MP COST Actions on 2015 – 2018, for example, the Action MP 1005 ”From nano to macro biomaterials (design, processing, characterization, modeling and applications to stem cells regenerative orthopedic and dental medicine - NAMABIO)

A special Young Researcher session for ADVANCED Researchers (Post-Graduate, PhD and graduate students’ talks) is planned at the symposium’s first day on 16.30 – 18.00.                                   

Thank you in advance for your special message – asking to include your submitted abstract for keynote presentation at this session. 

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Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • from biological supramolecular materials to bio – inspired and  - mimetic material synthesis;                    
  • bioinspired synthesis of inorganic  nanoparticles (NPs), systems;  
  • bio-hybrid biomedical nanomaterials: biosynthesized, bioimmobilized and biointegrated inorganic nanoparticles, carbon and bioimmobilized carbon supramolecules;   
  • 3D molecular imprinting biological cell structures and biomimetics ones as scaffolds in tissue engineering  
  • electronic, photonic and magnetic functions of  biosupramolecules (nucleic acids, virus, marine plants proteins, pigments) and mimetic analogs: adaptation to human systems functions for biomedical nano – systems, -  robotic devices designing, for example,  molecular robot - DNA motor “robotic” molecule into living cell; Special – Neuroelectronics.                                           
  • biosensing characterization for medical and environmental biotechnologies;                                
  • biomimetic analogs functions in compare to bionic functions for natural systems.

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GENERAL POSTER SESSION with EVENING Party. : Organizers/Chairs: Dr. Oleksandr Ivanyuta, TSN University of Kyiv,Ukraine
Authors : N.Tsierkezos2, U.Ritter2, P.Scharff2, D. Karpenko 3, O. Ivanyuta1, E.Buzaneva1
Affiliations : 1 Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of Radiophysics Electronics and Computer Systems, Volodymyrska Str. 64/13, 01601 Kyiv, Ukraine, 2 Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology, 98684, Ilmenau, Germany, PF 100565; 3 NTU of Ukraine ???KPI???, Politechnichna14, 03056, Kyiv-56, Ukraine

Resume : The design concept to create the stimuli responsive photoactive at visible range carbon tubes nanostructures is based on constructed molecular models for the photoemission of semiconductor carbon nanotubes (CNT?s) functionalized by attached to the core and ends photoactive molecular complexes: metal (d - transition metal Cu) - organic (azole ligand) complex or by this complexe with coordinative bonded biomolecule (histidine). The tubes are the building blocks for nanostructures organization due to bonds between the metal ions and the ligands or the histidine molecules at different tubes. The architecture (SEM images) and the photoemission (PL spectroscopy) for nanostructures from these functionalized MWCNT in adsorbed layer at silicon substrate are characterized. The SEM images for this layer are interpreted using proposed molecular architectures models for building blocks connected through Cu2+ with attached two ligands molecules at different tubes cores and these bonds are partially retain in the complexes with coordinative bonded histedine molecules that can decrease formation of these structures due to their adsorbing on tubes. These layers with namely one and both two types of nanostructures are characterized by photoemission wide bands, having different intensities and different three subbands in visible range.


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Symposium organizers
Arzum ERDEMEge University

Analyt. Chem. Dep., Faculty of Pharmacy, 35100 Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
Eugenia BUZANEVATSN University of Kyiv, NASU

The Scientific and Training Centre “Physical and Chemical Material Science”, Volodymyrska Str. 64/13, 01601 Kyiv, Ukraine
Peilin CHENResearch Center for Applied Sciences

Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 128, Sect.2 Academia Rd, Taipei, Taiwan 115
Peter SCHARFFTechnical University of llmenau

Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Weimarer Strasse 25, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany