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Desktop Seminar with Environmental Science: Nano

6 October 2020 16:00-17:00, Online , United Kingdom

Welcome to the latest RSC Desktop Seminars, sponsored by the RSC's Environmental Science journal family. Each session will highlight the research of one of the journals' board members.
In this installment, join Environmental Science: Nano Editor-in-Chief, Professor Peter Vikesland (Virginia Tech), to hear about his latest work.

This 45-minute seminar will allow researchers of all professional levels to connect and share ideas and ask questions.


11:00 EDT     Introduction
11:05 EDT    Environmental nanotechnology - looking forward to 2030 and beyond - Peter Vikesland
11:50 EDT    Questions
11:58 EDT    Closing remarks

Professor Peter Vikesland, Virgina Tech, United States

Virginia Tech, United States. Environmental Science: Nano Editor-in-Chief

Peter is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech. His research interests include nanomaterials in the environment and improved sensors for drinking water. His research on the environmental implications of nanotechnology examines the effects of solution chemistry on the aggregation and dissolution of environmentally relevant nanoparticles. Peter is the co-director of the Virginia Tech Sustainable Nanotechnology Center (VTSuN) and the director of the Virginia Tech Sustainable Nanotechnology Interdisciplinary Graduate Education Program.

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