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Iasi, Romania, May 23 - 24, 2013
ORGANIZED by: “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management Department of Physics
under auspices of the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport supported by National Authority for Scientific Research Romania Romanian Physical Society
The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi, Romania May 23 - 24, 2013 _______________________________________________________________________
CNFA-2013 is the fifth Conference of Applied Physics that is organized by "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Department of Physics and Romanian Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport. The first conference was organized in 2004, the second in 2006, the third in 2008 and the fourth in 2010. More than 200 scientists participated at these conferences from various countries: France, USA, Ireland, Israel, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Ukraine, Rep. Moldova, and Estonia. From Romania all major universities are represented: Iasi, Bucharest, Cluj, Timisoara, Constanta, Brasov, Sibiu, Bacau, Craiova, etc. The aim of CNFA 2013 is to provide a national forum for all participants, established scientists, young researchers and students, from academia and industry to review the latest research and developments in the field of applied physics. Accepted papers presented by their author(s) will be published in a special number of the journal Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Iasi, Mathematics. Theoretical Mechanics. Physics (recognized by CNCSIS, as a B+ category journal).
The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi, Romania May 23 - 24, 2013 _______________________________________________________________________
The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.. PhD. (“Al. PhD. Romania) Silviu Gurlui.) Eugen Neagu. (The National Institute for R&D of Technical Physics Iasi. Romania) Nicoleta Lupu. Portugal) Shuji Miyamoto. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Dumitru Vulcanov. (Polytechnical University. PhD. PhD.Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Medicine.. (The National Institute for R&D of Technical Physics Iasi.) Dana Ortansa Dorohoi. Măgurele. PhD. (The National Institute for R&D of Technical Physics Iasi. PhD. Romania. Romania. Japan) Takayasu Mochizuky. (University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille. Caparica-Portugal).T. Romania) Mitachi Strat. Cuza” University of Iasi. Marat-Mendez. Cuza” University of Iasi. Ioannou. (“Al. Romania) Adriana Savin. (University of Athens. (“Gr. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. France) Rodica Bădescu. Romania) 3 (Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering. PhD. Japan) Viorel-Puiu Păun.24. Romania) Cristian Focşa. PhD. PhD. . PhD. (“Al. I. I. PhD. PhD. PhD. (Universidade Nova de Lisboa. (Hyogo Univ. (Hyogo Univ. Romania) Georgeta Strat. I. Cluj-Napoca. Members: Maricel Agop. Romania) Viorel Pop. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD. Romania. Cuza” University of Iasi. (Lisabona Univ. PhD. I. (Babeş-Bolyai University. PhD. Greece. PhD. Cuza” University of Iasi. I. Romania) Gheorghe Zet. PhD. (“Al. Bucureşti. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Committees Chairs: Gheorghe Nagâţ. (West University of Timişoara. PhD. (“Al. Romania) Sebastian Popescu. Iasi. PhD.) Jose N. Romania May 23 .) Mihai Visinescu. PhD. Romania) Pavlos D. PhD. Romania) Horia Chiriac. PhD. Cuza” University of Iasi.. Romania) Ciprian Dariescu. PhD. Romania) Octav Baltag.
Romania) Aurel Mihai Vlaicu. Romania) Local organizing committee: Brândusa Ciobanu.) Mariana Aura Dariescu. PhD. Romania May 23 . (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (Polytechnical University. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Cristina-Delia Nechifor. I. Romania) Petru Edward Nica. Romania) 4 . Romania) Rodica Bădescu. PhD. Romania. PhD. PhD. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD. Romania) Brândusa Ciobanu. PhD. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Raimond Grimberg. Romania) Dan DImitriu. Romania) Gabriel Lazar. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (University of Bacău. PhD. România) Daniel Condurache.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Bucureşti. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Gabriela Apreotesei. Romania) Petru Edward Nica.24. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania.) Gheorghe Cata-Danil. Romania) Marian Luţcanu. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. (“Al. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Simona-Elena Băcăiţă. Romania) Irina Radinschi. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Cristina-Delia Nechifor. Cuza” University of Iasi. (“Al. Romania) Lăcrămioara Salomeia. (The National Institute for R&D of Technical Physics Iasi. I. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. PhD. Romania) Local Committee for Conference Programme: Maricel Agop. (The National Institute for R&D of Materials Physics Măgurele. Cuza” University of Iasi. PhD. Romania) Rodica Bădescu. PhD. PhD. PhD. PhD. Romania) Magda Gherghel. Romania) Liviu Bădeliţă. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Romania) Sorin-Bogdan Balmuş. PhD. (“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi.
4. Technical Physics and Interdisciplinary. Polymer Physics and Engineering. Spectroscopy and Plasma Physics. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Conference Sections: 1. Mathematical and Computational Physics.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 3. Romania May 23 . Physics and Technology of Condensed Matter. 5 . 5.24. Theoretical. 2. Optics.
Physics Instruments Exposition Auditorium T1 Corp T Hall Corp T Hall Auditorium T1 Corp T Hall Auditorium T1 Corp T Hall Corp T Hall Cornelius Restaurant Corp T Hall Auditorium T1 Auditorium T1 Corp T Hall Auditorium T1 Corp T Hall 6 .Poster Session (All Sections) 2100 – Festive Dinner Friday 24th May 2013: 1000-1115. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ CONFERENCE PROGRAMME: Thursday 23th May 2013: 800-1000.Oral Session (Section 2.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.Oral Session (Sections 4 and 5) 1220-1230.Coffee Break 1215 -1345. Romania May 23 .Plenary Session (Invited Talks) 1100-1900.Plenary Session (Invited Talks) 1145 -1215.Coffee Break 1730-1900.Oral Session (Section 1) 1715 -1730.Closing Ceremony 1000-1200.Coffee Break 1130-1220.Lunch Break 1600-1715.Registration 1000 -1015 Opening Ceremony 1015 -1145.Physics Instruments Exposition 1315-1600.24. and 3) 1115 -1130.
45 Suspensions with Various Molecules Coating Magnetite Grains On the Hysteresis V Phenomenon in NonEquilibrium Phase 12. Anton Airinei University Alexandru Ioan Cuza.15-11.15 12. Université Lille 1 Sciences & Technologies.45 Opening Ceremony Plenary Session (Invited Talks) Chairman: dr.00 -10. National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics. Iasi.24. Gabriel Ababei. Atomes et Molécules (UMR CNRS 8523).45-12.45 Cristian Focsa II 10.15-12.45 Applications III 11. 11 Blvd. 47 Mangeron Boulevard.. Tan. Stefan 3 J. 11 Carol I Blvd. 700506 Iasi.15-11.45-16. Mihai VLAICU Mihaela Racuciu. Sorin Corodeanu.45-13.4 L.00 Aurelian ROTARU C.2 M.1 R.15-10. Romania Faculty of Physics. Vasile Badescu. Lefter. Bousseksou2 LUNCH BREAK 7 .45 13. 59655 Villeneuve d’Ascq. G.45-11. Faculty of Electrical Engineering Salmon2. Romania Respaud3 and A. and Computer Science. Physics Faculty. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi.45 IV Plenary Session (Invited Talks) Chairman: dr. Molnár.15-13. Carol I.15 10. Carrey . France 3 I 10.3 I. 700050 Iasi. P. Gural’skiy.15 Valeria HARABAGIU Nicoleta LUPU Horia Chiriac.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.2. cel Mare University. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Thursday 23 May 2013: 10. Romania Magnetizable Nanofluids as Biocompatible 12. A. P. Demont5.15-13. Dorina CREANGĂ. Romania May 23 . Marian Grigoras COFFEE BREAK Petru Poni Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry Iași. Suceava.15 Transitions Molecular Spin Crossover Materials: New Perspectives in Molecular Spintronics and Nanoelectronics Sebastian POPESCU VI 13. Dana-Ortansa DOROHOI TITLE OF THE PAPER AUTHORS High Technological Potential Materials Explored by Laser Ablation Supramolecular Chemistry Generating New Properties Through Physical Interactions AFFILIATION Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers. Romania Low TC Fe-Nb-Cr-B Glassy Alloys for Medical 11.
50 on Salted Solutions of Grafted Pullulans. ‘’Alexandru Denisa-Andreea Mihu. POBox-MG7. Romania 8 . Sebastian POPESCU Section 1. I. ‘’Alexandru Dynamical Analysis of S1-O2 Aștefănoaei. Theoretical. 077125. Optics. Carol I. Lane-Emden Equation for COSOVANU 700506. Carol I. Ioan Cuza’’ University of Iasi. 3 and 4) Chairman:dr. Iasi. Iasi – 700050. Romania Towards a New Technology S2-O2 of Tailoring Enhanced Surface Parameters of 10. Romania 16. no. Aura Dariescu. Ciprian Dariescu Romania Corina Faculty of Physics. Blvd.30 COFFEE BREAK 17. 700506.11. Bd.25Stainless Alloys S3-O1 Laser Light Scattering Study 10.15-17.00-17. Mangeron no. Section 3. Cristian FOCȘA Section 2. “Al.25 Stars Magnetosphere S1-O1 2100 Festive Dinner Friday. no. Carol I.00-16.11. Cuza” S1-O3 The Numerical Solve of Lucian-Mihai University.00-11. 700487.25-10. Physics and Technology of Condensed Matter. Cristian Ursu “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. Iasi. Applying Chaos Diagnosis Elena Pretegiani.50 Romania Tests Lance M.00 Poster Session ( All Sections) An Analytical Approach to the Kompaneets Equation in Highly Magnetized Neutron 16. 15 Ablation Using a 3-Grids Faraday Cup S4-O1 Petru-Edward Nica.25-16. Title of the paper Authors Affiliation Corneliu Sârbu National Institute of R&D for Materials Physics (MăgureleBucharest. Optican Faculty of Physics.63. Mathematical and Computational Physics Title of the paper Authors Affiliation Faculty of Physics. 11.00-10. MarinaIoan Cuza’’ University of Iasi. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Characterization of Particle Emission from Carbon Laser 10.50-11.50-17. Spectroscopy and Plasma Physics.15 Oral Session (Section 1) Chairman: dr. 24 May 2013 10.24.45 Oral Session (Section 2. Polymer Physics and Engineering Anca Giorgiana Grigoras. Iasi.15 the Solar Internal Structure 17. 41A.30-19. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ 16. Visuospatial Saccadic System Dorina Creangă. 105bis Atomistilorstreet. Romania May 23 . Iaşi. Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 700506. 16. Vasile Cristian Grigoras Section 4.
RO-700506 Iasi. DanGheorghe Dimitriu Aurel L.15-11. for Technical Physics. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University. 11 Carol I Blvd. D. Ramin Pashaie Faculty of Physics.. 67 S1-P2 Irina Radinschi. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ 11.20-12. Romania May 23 . 11. Section 5. D. no. Strat .30-12. Mihaela Maria Opreab. Bd. Romania “Gheorghe Asachi” University of Iasi. for Technical Physics. Andromahi Spanou S1-P3 S1-P4 Perumpanani’s Malignant Invasion Model with a Small Amount of Diffusion in the Framework of Scale Relativity Theory Călin Gheorghe Buzeaa.Carol I.30-11. Rogojanub. Research and Development Anişoara Anghelacheb.55 COFFEE BREAK Oral Session (Section 4 and 5) Chairman: Silviu GURLUI Chua’s Circuit: Chaotic Dynamics and Control of Oscillations Stefan-Andrei Irimiciuc. Technical Physics and Interdisciplinary Optogenetics: New Paradigm Requesting Adapted Tools 11.55-12.24. Mangeron. Dragoş Romania c Iancu Călin Gheorghe Buzeaa. Ryan Falk . Rogojanub. Research and Development Anişoara Anghelacheb. Bd. Ovidiu Vasilovici. Iaşi 700050.Growth Model Authors Ciprian Creţu Affiliation Faculty of Physics. Romania Closing Ceremony Poster Session Section 1. no. T. b Irina Butuc .Alina Mangeron 47. Theophanes Grammenos. National Institute of Manuela Oprişanb.Alina Mangeron 47. Popa.20 S4-O2 11. Department of Pharmacology . Iaşi 700050. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. D.20 and Technologies 12. Theoretical. Romania. 700506 Iaşi.30 11. National Institute of Manuela Oprişanb. Mihaela Maria Opreab.30 S5-O1 University of Medicine Gr.Algesiology. Iasi. Mathematical and Computational Physics Title of the paper S1-P1 On a Schrödinger-Like Equation with Some Special Potential Energy-Momentum Localization for a Space-Time Geometry Exterior to a Black Hole in the Brane World Travelling Waves and Shapiro Steps in a Tumor . Dragoş Romania Iancuc 9 . Irina Butucb.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.
Maraloiu a. 700050 Iasi. Mangeron 67. Mangeron 67. B-dul D. Stefanb. Tudor Coman b and Ovidiu Florin Caltun b I. R. Romania National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics. Dumitru D. B-dul D. Mihaela Grigorasa. V.24. Margaritis Gjokab.2 a Faculty of Physics. Romania May 23 . Romania Department of Physics. Mangeron 67. B-dul D. 105bis. Condurache. Badescu.. B-dul D. “Al. Iasi 700050.M. Teodorescu a. Iasi. Ionescub E. Technical University of Iasi. Technical University of Iasi. Gh. 47 Mangeron Boulevard. Nicoleta Lupua. A. 11 Carol I Blvd. S2-P1 Sequential Pulsed Laser Deposition of Al-doped ZnO Thin Films: Doping Concentration and Oxygen Partial Pressure Influences Structural Properties of Zirconia Thermal Barriers for Aerospace Applications Obtained by Plasma Jet Deposition Capacitive Mems Switches: The Modification of the Pull-In Voltage by The Trapped Space Charge Magnetic Properties and Thermal Stability of Nd2Fe14 B/SmCo-Based Hybrid Magnets The Properties of Ferrofluid with Modified Stabilisant Characteristics of Negative Photoconduction at Some Schottky Structures with Electric Field Effect Based on Photosynthetic Pigments Considerations on Scattered Fields of Some Equipments Working in the 75 – 3000 Mhz Bands Cristian Ursu . Atomistilor str. Horia Chiriaca R. A. N. Vlaicu a. Cuza” University. Romania Department of Physics. Technical University of Iasi. Neagu and J. Sandu2 1 10 . Marat-Mendes1 Marian Grigorasa. Negrea. C. Romania S2-P2 S2-P3 S2-P4 S2-P5 S2-P6 Magda Gherghel S2-P7 Sorin-Bogdan Balmus . Iasi 700050. Mercioniu a. Romania Department of Physics. S. I.PO Box MG7. Romania National Institute of Materials Physics. D. A. Ivanoiu 1. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics. Romania S1-P5 New Landmark in the Study of Geometry and Parallel Computation Applied to NanoWires Magnetic Properties Sergiu Mohorianu Section 2. Technical University of Iasi. M. Ilfov. 700506 Iasi. Mangeron 67.V. 077125 Magurele. Ghica. Iasi 700050. R. Iasi 700050.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Manoliub. Romania Department of Physics. Physics and Technology of Condensed Matter. V.
700050. Vasile Cristian Grigoras. Polymer Physics and Engineering S3-P1 Surface Properties of Some Polystyrene-Based Nanocomposites Razvan Florin Barzica. Raluca Darie. Cristina Delia Nechiforc. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. Iuliana Stoica. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 3. Ecaterina Avrama. DSC Study. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry.b. S3-P4 S3-P5 Luminita-Ioana Buruianaa. Gheorghe Dumitrascua Madalina Zanoaga. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Adriana Popab. Raluca Darie. Silvia Ioana S3-P6 Raluca Marinica Albu. Silvia Ioan S3-P7 Anca Giorgiana Grigoras. Iasi. Ecaterina Avram. Iuliana Stoicab. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. Iasi. Fulga Tanasa Faculty of Mechanics. Dielectric. Romania May 23 . Gheorghe Dumitrascua Razvan Florin Barzica. 700050. Iasi. Dana-Ortansa Dorohoib 11 S3-P8 Release Ability of Glucose Embedded in a Polysaccharide S3-P9 Molecular Rotation Dispersion of a Chiroptical Polymer . Romania Faculty of Mechanics. Andreea Irina Barzicb. Iasi. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley.24. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Andreea Irina Barzicb. Iasi. and Thermal Properties of Some P4VP/ALN Nanocomposites S3-P3 Thermal Behaviour of Novel Ternary Copolyamide-Clay Hybrid Composites Influence of Composition and Processing on the Properties of Some PolyamidePolypropylene Blends Shear Thinning/Structure Relationship and Biocompatibility Studies of Quaternized Polysulfone/Poly(Vinylidene Fluoride) Blends Newtonian and Thinning Processes Involving Specific Morphology of New Quaternized Polysulfone Miscibility of Poly(NVinylcarbazole) with Nitroaromatic Low-Molecular Compounds. Fulga Tanasa Madalina Zanoaga. Iasi. Vasile Cristian Grigoras Andreea Irina Barzica. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley.“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University. Iuliana Stoicab. Luiza Madalina Gradinarub. Iasi. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Iasi. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley.“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University. Iasi. S3-P2 Morphology. Dana-Ortansa Dorohoib Andreea Irina Barzica. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry.b. Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.
Călin. D. Iasi. Romania Faculty of Physics. A. 400084 Cluj-Napoca. Romania Faculty of Physics.24. M. Tódor. Faculty of Physics. UV Laser and Pulsed Ultrasound Fields Popcorn Shaped Gold Nanoparticles with Absorbance in NIR Main Physical and Structural Properties of Phenobarbital Molecule Changes in Polarizability by 1. Romania May 23 . Technical „Gheorghe Asachi” University of Iasi Bvd. Pohoata. Romania Faculty of Physics. 67. Boitor. Carol I No. Schacher. Mihaela Maria Dulcescu 2.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Iasi. Iasi. Romania Faculty of Textile-Leather Engineering and Industrial Management. Teodorescu S3-P11 Monica. Spectroscopy and Plasma Physics S4-P1 Highly Surface Enhanced Raman Active Silver and Gold Nanoparticles Covered in Glucose Alteration of Bovine Serum Albumin Aggregation Capacity After Exposure to Atmospheric Pressure Plasma. Jijie. Liliana – Mihaela Ivan. Romania S4-P2 Alexandra Demeter. 11 Iasi 700506. Romania S3-P10 Theoretical and Experimental Aspects on the Spin-Coated Polyamide 6 Thin Films Theoretical and Experimental Aspects on the Electrical Conductivity in PA6-CNT Nanowebs M.6-Picril Methylid (PPBPM) Ternary Hydroxyl Solutions Contribution of Each Type of Interactions to the Total Spectral Shift in Some Cycloimmonium-Ylids Solutions Radu A. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi S4-P4 S4-P5 S4-P6 S4-P7 12 . 400084 Cluj-Napoca. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Cristina Delia Nechifor4. Nicolae Leopold Faculty of Physics. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. Topala S4-P3 IstvánSz. 700050. BabeșBolyai University.3 . Dana Ortansa Dorohoi2 Valentina Closcă. 11 Carol I Boulevard.5 Hexatriene (Dph) Excitation in Some Homogeneous Solutions Spectral Characteristics of PPhenyl-Pyridazinium-Benzoyl2. Romania Plasma Physics Laboratory. Dana Dorohoi2 Daniela Babusca1. I.3. László Szabó. Kogălniceanu 1. Optics. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Iasi 700050. Mangeron No. V. D. Adolphe. BabeșBolyai University. Liliana – Mihaela Ivan2. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. L. Technical University of Iasi. R. Agop Section 4. Nabyl Khenoussi. Romania Faculty of Physics. Mihaila. Iasi. B-dul D.4. Kogălniceanu 1. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Bd. I. Nicolae Leopold. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. Romania Department of Physics. Vasile Chiș Andreea – Celia Benchea. Dana Dorohoi Ion Hurjui1. Mangeron 67. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Romania “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry.6 Diphenyl-1.
Claudia Nadejde1. Iasi. Romania Faculty of Physics. b Dana Ortansa Dorohoic Marius Mihai Cazacua. Iasi. Silviu Gurluia Strat Mitachia. Dana Ortansa Dorohoic Leonas Dumitrascua. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Andrei Neamtu c. Alin Ionut Pascarua. Iasi.5 Hexatriene Fluorescence Spectra: Computational Argues Theoretical and experimental study of B12 vitamin in polar solvents S4-P15 S4-P16 S4-P17 13 . Romania Faculty of Physics. Romania Sunel Faculty of Physics. Romania Faculty of Physics. Iasi. Cristina Maria Cristescua. 11 Carol I Boulevard. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Iasi. Romania S4-P10 S4-P11 S4-P12 S4-P13 A Study of Some Urban and Industrial Mixtures Aerosols Over Iasi Region S4-P14 Aerosols Chemical Compositions: Detection and Ranging Correlations in Light Intensity Fluctuations Induced by Gaussian White Noise in a Symmetrical Discharge Plasma Changes Induced By Solvents Nature in 1. Romania Faculty of Physics. Romania Faculty of Physics. Iasi.b . Cristescua Ion Hurjui a. Ioana Popovicia. Vasile Tiron. 11 Carol I Boulevard. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Dan Dimitriua. Irina Dumitrascu. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Silviu Gurluia Cristina Stana. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P8 UV Spectra of Some Dipeptides and N-Mustards S4-P9 Metameric Colour in Art Conservation Finemet-Type Thin Films Obtained by Hipims: Influence of Deposition Conditions on the Deposition Rate Optical Compensators Used in Determining the Birefringence of Uniaxial Crystalline Plates Birefringence of Some Liquid Crystalline Samples Faculty of Physics.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi a Cristina Marcela Rusu1. b. Adrian Timoftea. Dana “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Ortansa Dorohoi University of Iasi. Florin Ungaa. c. 11 Carol I Boulevard. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Marius Mihai Cazacua. Gheorghe Popa Irina Dumitrascua. Romania Faculty of Physics. Iasi. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Adrian Timofteb.Diphenyl . Romania Ioana-Laura Velicu. 11 Carol I Boulevard. P. 11 Carol I Holban and Valeriu 3 Boulevard. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. 11 Carol I Boulevard. b. Romania Faculty of Physics.3. Dana “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Ortansa Dorohoi2. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Iasi.1. C. Mihaela 3 University of Iasi.6 . Leonas Dumitrascu b. Romania May 23 . Andrei Hrib. Dumitru Alexandroaeib. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi.24. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Iasi. Corina Cheptea1. Iasi.c . Dan Dimitriua. 11 Carol I Boulevard. Cristina Delia Nechifor2 Faculty of Physics.
24. Technical Physics and Interdisciplinary S5-P1 Electromagnetic Shielding Properties of Multilayered Glass Coated Amorphous Wires Gabriel Ababei and Horia Chiriac National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Romania May 23 .. 47 Mangeron Blvd. Romania 14 . 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 5. Iasi.
Focsa. These experiments were developed both in our laboratory and on a running HET at the national ground test facility PIVOINE-2G in Orléans. M. S. M. 59655 Villeneuve d’Ascq. “Al2O3 ceramics under high-fluence irradiation: plasma plume dynamics through space.G. Nazabal. Caltun.and time-resolved optical emission spectroscopy”. Gurlui. Appl. Nica. France.. 153 (2010) 5 L. Pagnon. ellipsometry. Nica. Phys. "Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of a Laser Produced Aluminum Plasma ". EDX. The deposited thin films have been characterized by various surface and solid state specific methods (TOF-SIMS. M. Phys. S. Surf. Gurlui. “LIBS in a Running Hall Effect Thruster for Space Propulsion”. Phys. Ursu. Focsa. Focsa. Appl. P. Lett. O. Focsa Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers. S. XRD. Gurlui. M. G. Eur. and theoretically (development of a new model based on fractal concepts). Fundamental studies on laser ablation plasma plume dynamics have been performed both experimentally by optical (ICCD fast imaging. Focsa. Nica. V. 5307 (2009) 3 P. C. 101. Agop. C.focsa@univ-lille1. Dudeck. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ INVITED TALKS _____________________________________________________________________________ I. 65001 (2010) 4 C. Phys. Agop. C. Pellerin. Focsa. Pellerin. mass spectrometry) methods. Ziskind. Chazallon. Gurlui. space. B. Dudeck. Atomes et Molécules. These fundamental studies were further applied to the study of innovative materials of high interest for the nanotechnology field: pulsed laser deposition of chalcogenide glasses and magnetoelectric materials thin films. C. M. V. C.24. Sci. A.HETs). P. Ursu. “Laser ablation of AsxSe100-x chalcogenide glasses: Plume investigations”. 78. Rev. Acta B. N. SEM. 74-75. “Oscillatory Langmuir probe ion current in laser-produced plasma expansion”. P. 026405 (2008) 2 C.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.fr Our group has developed for several years experimental and theoretical capabilities for the study of plasma ablation for nano-technology applications. E. Another application is the study of the accelerated erosion of ceramic materials used in plasma space propulsion (Hall Effect Thrusters . 110. S. D. Romania May 23 . Université Lille 1 Sciences & Technologies. 184 (2012) 6 G. M. Pompilian. A. C. Dascalu. France. 915 (2013) ____________________________________________________________________________ 15 . We will present an overview of these fundamental and applied studies [1-6]. Gurlui. Raman etc. S. S. Nemec. References: 1 S. Nica. cristian. Agop. 255. O.). Ziskind. Focsa. Gurlui. “Rare earth doped cobalt ferrite thin films deposited by PLD”. Appl. Pompilian. Balika. HIGH TECHNOLOGICAL POTENTIAL MATERIALS EXPLORED BY LASER ABLATION C. optical and mechanical profilometry. M. Spectrochim.and time-resolved optical emission spectroscopy) and electrical (Langmuir probes.. 89.
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III. LOW TC Fe-Nb-Cr-B GLASSY ALLOYS FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
N. Lupu, H. Chiriac, S. Corodeanu, G. Ababei, M. Grigoras
National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics, Iasi, Romania
For a number of years the only metallic material with a Curie temperature (TC) around 300 K was Gd. In the recent years, it turned out that the addition of Cr, Ba and Ni to some Fe or Co-based metallic glasses is shifting the ferromagnetic–paramagnetic transition of the amorphous phase below 400 K [1-3], which makes them interesting for temperature sensors  or biomedical applications . In this work we will present comparatively our recent results on the magnetic and ferromagnetic resonance characterization of Fe79.7-xNb0.3CrxB20 (x = 11.5÷13.5 at.%) glassy melt-spun ribbons and glass coated microwires with TC ranging from 290 to 330 K (the lowest ever reported for metallic glasses), depending on the Cr content (the lower the Cr content the higher the temperature of the ferromagnetic-paramagnetic transition). All samples have a glassy structure consisting of very small -Fe clusters of 3-5 nm embedded within the Fe80B20 residual amorphous matrix. The ferromagnetic behavior drastically deteriorates with the increase of the temperature and above TC the material becomes paramagnetic, indicating these materials for hyperthermia applications. The large values of the magnetic permeability in the as-quenched state (10000÷20000) are also very important, especially for sensing applications. The stable behavior of low TC glassy alloys up to very high frequencies (10 GHz) is another important feature for sensing and medical applications. This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research, CNDI–UEFISCDI, project number 148/2012.
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IV. MAGNETIZABLE NANOFLUIDS AS BIOCOMPATIBLE SUSPENSIONS WITH VARIOUS MOLECULES COATING MAGNETITE GRAINS
Mihaela Racuciua, Dorina Creangab, Vasile Badescuc, Anton Airineid
University Lucian Blaga, Science Faculty, Sibiu, Romania University Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Physics Faculty, 11 Blvd. Carol I, Iasi, Romania, email@example.com c National Institute of Research & Development for Technical Physics, 47 Mangeron Blvd., Iasi, Romania d Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry "Petru Poni", 41, Grigore Ghica Voda, Iasi, Romania
Considering wide application field of nanostructured matter with magnetic properties, modified Massart’s method was utilized to prepare magnetite nanoparticles for stable biocompatible suspensions. The attempts of stabilizing magnetic grains in water resulted in various magnetizable nanofluids each including other organic coating shell for ferrophase dispersion: tetramethyl ammonium hydroxide (electrostatic stabilization), citric acid, perchloric acid, tartaric acid (steric stabilization) - all having almost physiological pH. Ferophase volume fraction, density, electric conductivity, superficial tension and viscosity coefficient were estimated from rheological investigation. Physical diameter size was provided by Transmission Electron Microscopy (mean diameter from 7.4 nm to 10.5 nm) while magnetic core largest size (from 5.5 nm to 7.1 nm) was deduced from Langevin’s theory and magnetization curves (Fig. 1) - none presenting hysteresis phenomenon. Thinnest non-magnetic shell was evidenced for citric acid coated magnetite where the density of magnetic particles (given by the saturation magnetization and magnetic diameter) has reached the highest value (about 71023m-3 compared to 0.41023m-3for tartaric acid). Coating molecule interaction with magnetite iron ions was confirmed by FTIR spectroscopy.
Fig. 1: Magnetization curves for Fe3O4 nanoparticles coated with various organic shells
Citric acid coated magnetite nanoparticles seems to be most suitable biocompatible suspensions adequate for contrast agents in magnetic resonance imagistic; biomedical application in magnetically targeted drug delivery could be developed with other magnetizable nanofluids in relation also with the properties of drug intended for grafting on the colloidal nanoparticles.
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V. ON THE HYSTERESIS PHENOMENON IN NON-EQUILIBRIUM PHASE TRANSITIONS
Faculty of Physics, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, 11 Carol I Blvd., 700506 Iasi, Romania
Non-equilibrium phase transitions represent a topical problem of research in various fields of physics. As they appear in complex systems, an alternative approach of their understanding is that of the nonlinear dynamics. Hysteresis is the property of an evolving complex system which emphasizes the dependence of its states on the previous ones, or, with other words, on the system’s history. Because the equilibrium thermodynamics properties of a system are completely determined by the state parameters, as pressure and temperature, and they are independent of the way the system reached that state, it follows that hysteresis is a characteristic of the system driven outside the thermodynamic equilibrium. Complex systems are nonlinear and dissipative systems, the evolution of which can be described by an adequate evolution equation or system of equations, which relates the dependence of the order parameter(s) of the system on the control parameter(s) that can be externally modified as desired. In the present contribution two types of reaction functions are analyzed, together with the associated Lyapunov-like functionals. These functionals can describe two different types of Thom’s catastrophes, as well as the first-, respectively the second-order phase transitions. Using the functional ascribed to the first-order phase transitions, the stationary structured states are found and their stability to perturbations is analyzed. The bifurcation types and the critical points are established. The sudden jumps, instabilities, the bistability range and the hysteresis phenomenon are also studied. Also, a quantitative discussion of the stability exchange in the bistability domain is done from the nonlinear dynamics point of view. For the functional ascribed to the second-order phase transitions an analysis similar to that for the first-order ones is performed and the results showed that the entire bistability domain collapses to the critical point. In order to highlight the presence of hysteresis in the phase transitions governed by a functional specific to the second-order ones, a symmetrybreaking perturbation is used and the analytic results clearly mimic the experimental results reported in the literature, e.g., for the paraelectric-ferroelectric transitions.
Acknowledgments: This contribution was realized in the frame of the POSDRU/89/1.5/S/63663 Project.
Salmon.ro 2 Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination. FDEP represents the dielectrophoretic force acting on a nano-object. R. The SCO nanorods were organized between the electrodes by dielectrophoresis. Current intensity recorded under a bias voltage of 10 V as a function of temperature in the heating and cooling modes. Toulouse. P. G. MOLECULAR SPIN CROSSOVER MATERIALS: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN MOLECULAR SPINTRONICS AND NANOELECTRONICS C. which we could clearly associate with the molecular spin state switching phenomenon – the low spin state being more conductive . France 3 LPCNO. electrical and magnetic properties and nanolectronics devices. Molnár.. Salmon2. L.02. Mater. The temperature-dependent current-voltage characteristics of each device revealed a bistability of the current intensity associated with the spin-state switching. Stefan cel Mare University. Demont. organic thin film field-effect-transistor. Ukraine 5 LPP-CIRIMAT. L. Bousseksou. 25 (2013) 1745–1749 _____________________________________________________________________________ 19 . CNRS & Université de Toulouse III. I. Respaud3 and A. Suceava. References: 1 A. A. Left panel: Schematic representation of the device elaboration. Toulouse. France In the last years. Respaud. 2 A. Molnár. P.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. UPS. Contract number: 9RO-FR/01. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ VI. J. J. INP. Lefter1. 48 (2012) 4163. This complex displays a thermal hysteresis loop in the dc electrical conductivity. These achievements are exemplified by the development of organic LEDs (OLEDs). Rotaru1. UPS. Gural’skiy. M. rotaru@eed. Carrey. Gural’skiy2. P. INSA. J. I. Tan3. Chem. great progresses have been achieved in the field of molecular materials on the optical. Demont. Dugay.24. Carrey3. Right panel: Device electrical characterization. Rotaru. Gural’skiy. Salmon. Toulouse. A. A. Romania May 23 . G.4.2013. Molnár2. We used electric-field-assisted directed assembly to organize high aspect-ratio spin crossover nanorods between interdigitated electrodes with a very high degree of alignment . Commun. M. I. G. Romania. Adv. Bousseksou2 1 Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. France 4 Department of Chemistry. National Taras Shevchenko University. Rotaru. Kiev. etc.usv. Bousseksou. providing appealing perspectives for nano-scale switching and memory devices. R. molecular magnets. Acknowledgements: This work was supported by the bilateral grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research (CNCS–UEFISCDI) and Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR). Tan. P. A. P. CNRS & Université de Toulouse. A. CNRS & Université de Toulouse. Herein we focus on the charge transport properties of bulk and nano-sized samples of the [Fe(Htrz)2(trz)](BF4) spin crossover compound. Demont5. L. A.
The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 876. Romania. 35. 2009 [Tech. JETP 4. USA The development of mathematical approach in biomedical domain has led to computational studies on the biological signals extracted from various physiological systems of interest in clinical diagnostic. the capacity dimension and Lyapunov exponent were applied for the diagnosis of saccadic system dynamics. Carol I. a bifurcation point. ''Alexandru Ioan Cuza'' University of Iasi. denisa. triggering and accomplishment. Pis'ma v JTF 35. Dorina Creangăa.11. In the non – relativistic case. Phys. where the capacity dimension – approaching its fractal geometrical feature .24. autocorrelation function and autocorrelation time. The main purpose of such research is the design of specific computational tools to characterize pathological signals compared to the normal ones by means of some semi-quantitative parameters and also by qualitative tests application. Elena Pretegianib. the phasespace reconstruction. References: 1 Kompaneets.11. 11 Bd.ro The present work focuses on the study of the Kompaneets equation .com b Faculty of Physics. H. 260. The smoothed signal was hardly distinguishable from the initial one. S. A. Iasi. Italy c Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research. The largest Lyapunov exponent calculated for embedding dimensions from one to ten showed small positive values closed to zero which reveals the sensitivity to initial conditions and suggests the system evolution toward an instable state. 700506. Res. So. the chaotic dynamics seems to characterize the neuro-visual system involved in saccade preparation. 700506. Lance M. but the application of the usual analysis strategy has led to somehow different results regarding the non-linear features of the underlying neurovisual physiological system. Bethesda. University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”. ''Alexandru Ioan Cuza'' University of Iasi. 31. University of Siena. Éksp. Iasi. 553. The power spectrum test applied to raw signal revealed the chaotic component for law and medium frequencies while for smoothed data the same was revealed for high frequencies also. 730. 10. but actually the capacity dimension and the autocorrelation function showed the dominancy of the complex dynamical component (chaotic pattern). Zh. Carol I. 25.com b Department of Neurological Neurosurgical and Behavioral Science. 2009]. Laboratory of Biophysics & Medical Physics. Opticanc a Faculty of Physics. Power spectrum. corina_astefanoaei@yahoo. The next objective in developing this study will focus on the non-linearity of biophysical processes underlying the generation and propagation of neural impulses that are mainly responsible for complex chaotic dynamics identified in the saccadic eye movements. E. Romania May 23 . Astrophys. marina@uaic. 700506. A. the collected signal being investigated. Fiz. no. Marina-Aura Dariescub. 20892. no. Theoretical.emphasized saturation tendency to a non-integer reliable value). 1957]. Siena 53100. _____________________________________________________________________________ S1-O2 DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF VISUOSPATIAL SACCADIC SYSTEM APPLYING CHAOS DIAGNOSIS TESTS Corina Astefănoaeia. Saccadic eye movements are fast eye movements which redirect the line of sight to bring a new part of the visual scene onto the foveal region. especially for higher „n“ value (for instance for n=16. Ciprian Dariescub a Faculty of Physics. The phase-space reconstructed using delay coordinates (x(t). x(t-n)) showed the same complex dynamics. The autocorrelation function decreased to zero almost identically for raw and smoothed data with much closed values of the autocorrelation time. Phys. The approach tackled in determining the solutions of the Kompaneets kinetic equation is considered in the stationary regime. These movements were recorded from normal human subject during a visually-guided saccade task using an infrared eye tracking system in a special experimental arrangement. Lett.mihu@gmail. 2 Tong. considering both raw and the numerical smoothed data. National Eye Institute. we analytically solve the photon diffusion equation and express the wave functions in terms of the Heun double confluent functions . Mathematical and Computational Physics S1-O1 AN ANALYTICAL APPROACH TO THE KOMPANEETS EQUATION IN HIGHLY MAGNETIZED NEUTRON STARS MAGNETOSPHERE Denisa-Andreea Mihua. Romania. 2010 3 Dubinov. Iasi. 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It is shown that for a special value of the parameter λ₀. G-ral Berthelot 2-4. calinb2003@yahoo. D. D. Dragoş Iancuc a National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics.GROWTH MODEL Călin Gheorghe Buzeaa. Greece. Theophanes Grammenosb. Anişoara Anghelacheb. Bd. Iaşi 700863. the mass of the black hole and a parameter λ₀.com b Regional Oncology Institute. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S1-P2 ENERGY-MOMENTUM LOCALIZATION FOR A SPACE-TIME GEOMETRY EXTERIOR TO A BLACK HOLE IN THE BRANE WORLD Irina Radinschia. radinschi@yahoo. Athens. while all the momenta are found to be zero. Romania. Andromahi Spanouc “Gheorghe Asachi” University of Iasi.gr a In general relativity one of the most fundamental issues consists in defining a generally acceptable definition for the energy-momentum density. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy.attractor and some other interesting features. A numerical analysis of this model is performed using computational routines for solving non-linear PDEs in Wolfram Mathematica. proposed by Ivancevic. Mangeron.ntua. Manuela Oprişanb. Romania Starting from a simplified normalized time dependent derivative cancer growth model. Mihaela Maria Opreab. no. we propose a tumor–growth model. Some particular and limiting cases are also discussed.gr c National Technical University of Athens.uth. 383 34 Volos. We investigate the energy-momentum distribution for a metric exterior to a spherically symmetric black hole in the brane world by applying the Landau-Lifshitz and Weinberg prescriptions. indicating a strong nonlinearity and an interesting increase in Shapiro steps. which among other features indicates that the introduced model might exhibit travelling wave solutions for some choices of parameters. Alina Rogojanub. many coordinate-dependent definitions have been presented. Romania May 23 . T. Irina Butucb. 67. After some mathematical manipulations. Romania c “Gr.24. _____________________________________________________________________________ S1-P3 TRAVELLING WAVES AND SHAPIRO STEPS IN A TUMOR . thgramme@civ. Greece. Iaşi 700050. As a consequence. Mangeron 47. whereby some of them utilize appropriate energy-momentum complexes. a reduced travelling wave equations system results which exhibits an amplitude dependence on the “pseudo-period”. _____________________________________________________________________________ 22 .The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. firstname.lastname@example.org b University of Thessaly. Iaşi 700115. University 16. which includes the temporal chaotic ‘butterfly’. the Schwarzschild space-time geometry is recovered. In both the aforesaid prescriptions. the energy thus obtained depends on the radial coordinate. 157 80.
malignant tumors might propagate and invade healthy tissues. Furthermore. For small diffusion coefficients. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S1-P4 PERUMPANANI’S MALIGNANT INVASION MODEL WITH A SMALL AMOUNT OF DIFFUSION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF SCALE RELATIVITY THEORY Călin Gheorghe Buzeaa. D. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy. namely magnetism of nanoclusters. we used a free software package built on Linux called Nmag1 (with permission of Hans Fangohr&all) on a open source platform. we consider an action-reaction law acting on the system formed by the extracellular matrix and the non-differential medium. even in avascular stages. low dimensional magnetism. Alina Rogojanub.uk/. we find again that over small distances. Also. Mangeron 47. Iasi. based on the experimental data that results in works conducted in our own institute. G-ral Berthelot 2-4. 23 . Anişoara Anghelacheb. Restriction most imporatant in simulation were imposed by refining the mesh and the accuracy of resulting magnetization in magnetic nanowire model. 47 Mangeron Boulevard. T. in the framework of Scale Relativity theory.com b Regional Oncology Institute. The language used is Python2 suited for scientific applications. our latest research we specialize in improving techniques for high-level simulation in the design of nanomaterials with controlled magnetic properties.ac. Magnetic characteristics and experimental results were in good agreement validating the model given both theoretical and edge refinement algorithms. interacting nanostructure magnetism and many others.24. namely. 2 H. Finally. suitable for investigating magnetism of nanoclusters.ro The outstanding success of magnetic materials for the last two decades may be ascribed to three relevant happenings in the last 10-15 years. Romania We study a particular model of tumor progression. Iaşi 700115. Dragoş Iancuc a National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics. surface and interface magnetism. layer-by-layer and even leading to atomic resolution. Romania c “Gr. the extracellular matrix is not continuously degraded by the concentration of proteases and the later one shows amplified followed by amortized oscillations and jumps between two distinct levels. we assume the invasive cells. the connective tissue and the proteases are moving through a non-differential medium governed by the Scale Relativity theory. Python Scripting for Computational Science. bi. squared. calinb2003@yahoo. In terms of theoretical research the rapid development of theoretical methods based on congruity of computer simulation has allowed the calculation of ever finer details of the formation and interaction of magnetic moments and has permitted a refined interpretation of experimental data. Iaşi 700050.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Langtangen. University 16. cancer cell proliferation satisfies a logistic law accounting for the competition for space with the nondifferential medium and the time evolution of the concentration of the connective tissue increases proportional to the real fractal velocity. References: 1 http://www. 3rd Edition. The success at the nano-level has opened-up new frontiers. using the factorization and the tanh method. Romania. The material magnetic properties and the geometry were prepared and designed in laboratory. Iaşi 700863. a dramatic refinement and development of new methods and probes for magnetic materials characterization (3).and trilayer systems and even single atoms at surfaces and interfaces. Mihaela Maria Opreab. Perumpanani’s malignant invasion model with a small amount of diffusion. we may conclude that there is a gap between the invasive cells front and the degraded connective tissue. _____________________________________________________________________________ S1-P5 NEW LANDMARK IN THE STUDY OF GEOMETRY AND PARALLEL COMPUTATION APPLIED TO NANO-WIRES MAGNETIC PROPERTIES Sergiu Mohorianu NIRDTP. Irina Butucb. sergium@phys-iasi. we find exact solutions for Perumpanani’s malignant invasion model with a small amount of diffusion in terms of Scale Relativity theory. The global realization of importance of nano-science and nano-technology (1). Romania May 23 . overall improvements in general expertise and techniques in sample synthesis (2). The increasing importance of nano-level studies has led to the ingenious ways of producing nanoparticle samples and the advent of powerful new techniques for element specific studies. The software package allows working with parallelized algorithms. The new aspects studied in the last year. P.southampton. Thus. As a result. Manuela Oprişanb.
54. with a massive presence of C. et al. denying the classical thermodynamics) of C originating in the gas atmosphere.. 10(isuue 12).24. PA) duplex SS. A41. G. JOM. Romania..Trans. 2006. P. Cleveland. When extended to the Ni-based superalloy Inconel-718 (IN-718)4 and to the E-BRITE (a registered trademark of ATI Allegheny Ludlum Corp. M. Brackenridge. Metall.. et al. Metall.Trans. Our proposal is that. A40. the method provided similar enhancements5. References: 1 Williams. as exists previous to the effect of LTCSS. 60(issue 12). et al. 2022 5 Michal.St. Acta Materialia. wear resistance2 and corrosion resistance of 316L steel3. USA. 2010. POBox-MG7.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. It was successful in dramatically improving the surface hardness. unpublished yet and based on atomic resolution HRTEM and analysis.C. and Collins. followed by the extension of gas mixture to other compositions than that for carburization. We will present our most recent results. R. in first instance the understanding of basic chemical processes involved in the carburization should be the research objective. E. showing that in the range of several microns below the alloy surface a very profound modification of its microstructure occurs. The academic research concerning the cause of surface properties modifications provided an explanation based exclusively on a model of massive interstitial diffusion (leading to a so-called “colossal supersaturation”. 2009. The dramatic modification of the surface microstructure by means of the solid-state chemical reactions which probably occur when the alloy surface is LTCSS treated suggests that we have to look at this kind of processing as a possible ground for the development of a new technology for tailoring several technically important surface parameters. 1781 _____________________________________________________________________________ 24 . C76 4 Shargi-Moshtagin. Romania May 23 .Mater. G. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 2.. M. and for his involvement in the research of the effect of LTCSS on IN-718 and Ferallium-255 surfaces. This explanation is based on a wrong way of interpretation of the experimentally observed peak shapes and intensities of the X-ray diffractograms acquired when scanning the carburized surfaces. is transformed to a nanostructure of crystallites and amorphous phase. which is not simply diffused into the crystal lattice. OH.com A newly developed low-temperature gas-atmosphere processing for carburization (LTCSS) of stainless steel (SS) AISI-316L was empirically developed. 105bis Atomistilor-street.. whose incresed lattice parameters lead to a huge residual stress and therefore to the dramatic modification of surface properties. 2008. et al. 1597 3 Martin. J. R. Physics and Technology of Condensed Matter S2-O1 TOWARDS A NEW TECHNOLOGY OF TAILORING ENHANCED SURFACE PARAMETERS OF STAINLESS ALLOYS Corneliu Sârbu National Institute of R&D for Materials Physics (Măgurele-Bucharest.Solid. 27 2 Michal. patented and commercially applied1. 2007. The initial grains microstructure of the alloys.Mater. crnl_srbu@yahoo. Electrochem. S. 077125. of Materials Science and Engineering of the Case Western Reserve University. It was claimed that no other phenomenon is to be considered except for a dilatation of the preexisting alloy grains. The author is grateful for the one year work stage at the Dept.Lett. Acknowledgements: The herewith reported results were obtained due to a financial funding offered by the ANCS to the institute by means of the “Proiectul Nucleu”. whereas when applied to the duplex-SS UNS-S32550 it failed in improving (unpublished results) the surface corrosion resistance. which occurs without carbides formation because the process is claimed to occur in “paraequilibrium” conditions.
We could also verify that a fine tuning of the dopant can be achieved by carefully choosing the number of pulses used for Al laser ablation. 077125 Magurele.M. By alternating ablation of individual metallic targets in oxygen atmosphere. like the formation of oxygen vacancies (which act as donors) and the alteration of the film growth dynamics due to increased deposition rate. we noted a transition of the crystallites growth from a random to a (110) preferential orientation. Stefanb. Ilfov. zinc for the host and aluminum for dopant. ”Petru Poni” Institute of MacromolecularChemistry.com Thin films of Al-doped ZnO (AZO) were obtained through sequential pulsed laser deposition (SPLD) method at room temperature in reactive environment.. In addition. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S2-P1 SEQUENTIAL PULSED LASER DEPOSITION OF AL-DOPED ZNO THIN FILMS: DOPING CONCENTRATION AND OXYGEN PARTIAL PRESSURE INFLUENCES Cristian Ursu a. The electrical resistivity showed a decrease of four orders of magnitude with respect to undoped ZnO reference sample. Atomistilor str. e-mail: cristian. Ghica Voda Alley. Concomitantly there was a change of the morphology from a densely packed to a loosely packed granular structure.4% at. Negrea. which is the lowest value obtained in our experimental conditions. Romania b Thermal barrier coatings (TBC) consisting of multilayers of yttrium stabilized zircon (YSZ) and (NiCo)CrAlY alloy bond layers on top of NIMONIC or stainless steel test specimens are prepared by plasma jet deposition. S. segregation of aluminium in the Ni-Cr-Al buffer layer. Cuza” University.PO Box MG7. The effect of thermal shock cycles at 100C – 1100 C followed by forced air cooling and water cooling on structural and morphological stability of TBC and substrate are investigated by transmission and scanning electron microscopy.5/S/78342]. Maraloiu a. R.. Iuliu Maniu Bd. When the deposition pressure was lowered. From the variation of the lattice constants with Al content we concluded that Al tends to be present in the host lattice mainly as interstitials.ro b Faculty of Physics. 41 A Gr.220. X-ray diffraction data shows that the obtained AZO thin films were single phase with a polycrystalline structure.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Teodorescu a. Ionescub a National Institute of Materials Physics. Manoliub. under the responsibility of the Managing Authority for the Sectoral Operational Programme for Human Resources Development 2007-2013 [grant POSDRU/107/1. A. However. 700487 Iasi. Preliminary results of SEM and X-ray diffraction measurements on stainless steel specimens covered with TBC show thermal stability of the zirconia coatings. 5 x 10-2 mbar).e.). Romania. V.4 x 10-2 Ω cm. the band gap widened to 3. two sets of samples were obtained: the first consisted of thin films with different dopant concentrations (from 0. 700506 Iasi. I. Po Box 061099. Vlaicu a.V. while for the second one the oxygen partial pressure was varied (from 1 x 10-2 to 1 x 10-2 mbar) for a constant doping concentration (4. Romania May 23 . XPS depth profiles revealed a homogenous composition and the dopant percentage was found to be constant throughout the film. Romania National Institute for Aerospace Research "Elie Carafoli". 105bis. Romania. possibly causing critical failure of the TBC are also evidenced after thermal shock cycles.) deposited at constant pressure (i. X-ray diffraction spectroscopy prior and after thermal shock tests. A. “Al.ursu@icmpp. e-mail: tbcoman@gmail. Gh. C. Bucharest. optical and electrical properties. Ghica.24. Transmittance values were high (~ 90%) in the visible region and the photoluminescence (PL) signal intensity was improved upon doping. These modifications could be attributed primarily to effects triggered at low pressure. Mercioniu a. Tudor Coman b and Ovidiu Florin Caltun b a Polymer Materials Physics Laboratory. 11 Carol I Blvd. _____________________________________________________________________________ 25 .88 eV and the electrical resistivity dropped to 5. The samples were investigated in terms of their structural.4% at. _____________________________________________________________________________ S2-P2 STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF ZIRCONIA THERMAL BARRIERS FOR AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS OBTAINED BY PLASMA JET DEPOSITION I. V. Acknowledgement: This work was financially supported by the European Social Fund in Romania.3 to 4. A.
including a vacuum. under the applied pull-in voltage Vpi. The application area of permanent magnets increased with their performance. Margaritis Gjokab. 26 . 92. depending on the milling time. and then sintered under vacuum by SPS technique at different pressures between 50 and 70 MPa applied during the heating to 6000C. Portugal 2 Department of Physics. Marat-Mendes. N. Dias. Agia Paraskevi. It was experimentally found that high dielectric permittivity materials (required for the high on /off capacitance ratio needed for RF applications) are prone to charging when an actuation voltage is applied. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. N. to obtain the optimum nanocrystalline microstructure. The ‘‘hybrid magnets’’ combine the advantages of different types of magnets. whilst Sm-Co-based melt-spun ribbons were annealed at 800-9500C for 1÷6 h in order to improve their microstructure and to enhance the magnetic properties. each type of single-phase magnets comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Nd-Fe-based magnets present high magnetization.ro b IAMPPNM.2 and J. Neagu1.888Cu10. Neagu. Letters. M. mgrigoras@phys-iasi. The most important problem is the charging of the dielectric material. 2008. The size of the micropowders varied between 10 and 150 µm. C Lança. Nd-Fe-B melt-spun ribbons were first annealed at temperatures of 610-6900C for 20 min.R. the electric charge amount stored under different experimental conditions and the relaxation time. Nicoleta Lupua. R. but their magnetization and energy product values are low compared to Nd-Fe-based magnets.666Zr3. The powders have been mixed in different weight ratios. “Demokritos”. 15310 Athens. C. of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. When focusing on magnetic properties. 700050 Iasi. 2 E. Mangeron 67. R.114(Co65. In this paper. Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia. J. whereas Sm-Co-based magnets have high thermal stability.C. Experimental data were taken in different ambient atmospheres. It is proposed the employment of a triangular voltage signal  to measure the Vpi and the pull-off voltage Vpo. 2829516 Caparica. Iasi 700050. Romania Capacitive RF MEMS switches are one of the most promising applications in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). The annealed ribbons have been further used as precursors to prepare powders by high-energy ball-milling. Romania May 23 . B-dul D. Phys. Neagu. N. Departamento de Ciência dos Materiais. R. Romania. but their commercialization is currently hampered by reliability problems. a modification of the action voltage and. we will discuss our latest results on the magnetic properties and thermal stability of hybrid magnets prepared by spark plasma sintering (SPS) method from mixtures of ball-milled powders obtained from precursor Nd-Fe-B and Sm11. Marat-Mendes1 1 CENIMAT/I3N. Horia Chiriaca a National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics.S. A detailed analysis of the stored charge. but moderate Curie temperature. 10. Mihaela Grigorasa. was obtained by using the final thermally stimulated discharge current technique. 182904. Inácio and J. The parasitic charge stored in the dielectric material causes a drift in the device behavior. P. Greece A lot of single-phase permanent magnets have been developed for different applications in the last century.777Fe8. therefore efforts to produce hybrid magnets increased enormously in the last decades [1-3]. 2010. ultimately. The paper analyses how the electric charge injected/extracted at the metal-dielectric interface accumulates into the dielectric material used as insulator in a RF capacitive MEMS switch.555)8 melt-spun ribbons. Appl. An estimate of the charge stored into the material and of the capacitance of the device was obtained by measuring the short-circuit and the open-circuit charging and discharging currents or the open-circuit voltage. employed as insulator. J. References: 1 E.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 2503-2511. Technical University of Iasi.24. _____________________________________________________________________________ S2-P4 MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND THERMAL STABILITY OF Nd2Fe14B/SmCo-BASED HYBRID MAGNETS Marian Grigorasa. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S2-P3 CAPACITIVE MEMS SWITCHES: THE MODIFICATION OF THE PULL-IN VOLTAGE BY THE TRAPPED SPACE CHARGE E. device failure . including the landscape of the thermal activation energies involved.
Magn. Lupu N. Romania The ferrofluid are media composed of ferromagnetic particles dispersed in a base liquid. 2009. Narayan. D. Ivanoiu Departament of Physics. 7. 2836. Grigoras. 29.7 kJ/m3. Chuanbing. the remanence magnetization at 1500C is with 4% lower. Condurache. Mater.Cu. _____________________________________________________________________________ S2-P5 THE PROPERTIES OF FERROFLUID WITH MODIFIED STABILISANT R. Urse. the coercivity of [NdFeB]+15wt. the magnetic susceptibility and the viscosity.24. 2008. Ying. 324. whereas the Curie temperature increases with 720C. The distinction with respect to the ferrofluid based on oleic acid stabilizing consist in the behavior of the viscosity in magnetic field.. Sensor Letters.. The density increases slowly and the viscosity increases as well as function of silicon oil concentration.%[Sm-(Co. Magn. Acknowledgement: Support from the Romanian NUCLEU Program (PN 09-43 02 01) is highly acknowledged..J. We describe the preparation method of a new ferrofluid in which the stabilizing agent (oleic acid) is partially replaced with silicon oil PDMS or PMFS. 2012. Badescu.Fe.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. as well as the compaction parameters."Gheorghe Asachi" Tehnical University of Iasi.. P. M. The studies show that the magnetic susceptibility is monotously decreasing as a function of silicon oil concentration. J. As compared to NdFeB... H. suspended in kerosene and stbilised with oleic acid. W. For the obtained proves we study: the density.. All the benefits given by the mixture of the two types of powders will be discussed in detail considering the composition and ratio of the mixed powders.J..Zr)] hybrid magnets is with 22% lower.%[Sm-(Co. M. H. Kramer.Fe. N.. M. M.9 T... 3 Chiriac. M.5 kOe. R. Lostun. Ping. L. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ The optimum magnetic properties were obtained for [NdFeB]+15wt. 20th Workshop on Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and Aplication REPM’08 Proceedings. References: 1 Dapeng. Z. 2 Lupu. The clasic ferrofluid contained particles of magnetite. µ0Ms = 0.Zr)] hybrid magnets consolidated at an applied pressure of 60 MPa: Hc = 9. Chiriac.Cu. 1. Grigoras. _____________________________________________________________________________ 27 . (BH)max = 295. Romania May 23 . M.
2 min.670 ↑ 0..0. the negative photoconduction phenomenon ungergoes a saturation process.012. During the experiments and for a time interval of approximately t ≈ 2 min. have also made evident an interesting aspect of the photovoltaic behaviour at the Al / p+ pChl-Cu structure. photocurrent and photopotential behaviors. JL ≈ (18 ↑ 25 ) mA/ cm2 → (2) neuroviral epidemics.5. Romania May 23 .The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.. the respective photosystem allows the selective usage of a part as large as possible from the spectrum of the solar radiations which is of interest for the photovoltaic conversion and optoelectronical devices. passing in a positive photoconduction regime with the establishing of the photovoltaic parameters. there have been found similitudes between the photoelectric behaviuor of this photosystem type and the specific electro-optical behavior of the electronical devices with „charge transfer” used as image sensors in the information optical processing. Asachi – Iaşi This paper presents the experimental results concerning the study of the photoelectric behaviour of a multijunction type multilayer mixed structure with photosynthetic pigments ( Chl ) having the form Al / pChl : C6H8O6 – p+ Chl / Cu. Technical University Gh. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S2-P6 CHARACTERISTICS OF NEGATIVE PHOTOCONDUCTION AT SOME SCHOTTKY STRUCTURES WITH ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECT BASED ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTS Magda Gherghel Department of Physics.. the paper presents a means by which such a structure could be used to detect some noxious elements favouring some neuroviral epidemics: noxious elements → (1) UCD ≈ (0.95 eV and a fluctuation of the barrier height ∆ΦB = 0. Simultaneously has been investigated the influence of both the electric field and the addition of C6H8O6 ascorbic acid on the energy transfer and electron transport through the Schotty barriers of Al / Chl and Al / Chl : C6H8O6 interfaces the field effect structure.24. _____________________________________________________________________________ 28 ... corresponding to an illumination time of the sample ranging in the interval 1.0.820 )V. namely. For the Schotty barrier height have been obtained mean values in the interval 0. Thus.. Being constituted from more series-superposed and vertically-illuminated semiconductor junctions. The experimental results obtained at the plotting of the photoelectric and photovoltaic characteristics at both structures have rendered evident both the presence of a Schottky-type interface micro(nano) barrier responsible for the potential fluctuations.85. The photoelectrical measurements accomplished at room temperature for all the studied samples. We reveal that in the study of the interdependences between electric fields + the concentration of the C6H8O6 ascorbic acid → proteic metabolism → photocondution → photovoltaic characteristics and the height ΦB of the Schottky barrier at the interface photoactive region.25 eV. it is necessary to take into account both the tunnelling and the recombination effects of the minority carriers and the influence of the imagine forces in the spatial charge region on the potential barrier. the appearence of a negative photoconduction phenomenon. On taking into account this idea.
It is necessary to perform measurements on scattered field. Romania.24. microwave oven and different mobile phones. offices and home rooms there exist devices and equipments working in the radio frequency (RF) and microwave bands. “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi.ro 2 Faculty of Physics. Cuza” University of Iasi. especially in the region where the power density may reach dangerous levels for occupational personnel and people living in the neighborhood. People working with these equipments may be exposed to electromagnetic fields of high density which can produce adverse effects on human health. 700050 Iasi.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 67 Blvd D. I. In this work we report experimental data of measurements and a comparison of these results with the most recent protection standards. Sandu2 1 Physics Department. sorin. wireless communication devices. _____________________________________________________________________________ 29 . The equipments subjected to measurements are: microwave generator for supply a Transversal Electromagnetic (TEM) exposure cell. Romania May 23 . 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S2-P7 CONSIDERATIONS ON SCATTERED FIELDS OF SOME EQUIPMENTS WORKING IN THE 75 – 3000 MHZ BANDS Sorin-Bogdan Balmus1. power microwave generator for plasma excitation. Dumitru D. “Al.balmus@tuiasi. Mangeron . 700506. Romania In many laboratories.
The biggest associations are recorded in 0. Powerful Tools for Characterization of Polymers. especially the random coil ones. 700487. I. Romania May 23 . desalinization and purification of wasted waters or extensively fertilized soils. Also. 2011. Polymer Physics and Engineering S3-O1 LASER LIGHT SCATTERING STUDY ON SALTED SOLUTIONS OF GRAFTED PULLULANS Anca Giorgiana Grigoras. New Jersey.. Gh. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 3. Mihalcea.5 M NaCl aqueous solutions for P-g-pAPTAC1. P-g-pAPTAC2 and Pg-pAPTAC3 according to the maximum values for radius of gyration Rg extracted from „batch mode“ multiangle laser light scattering (MALLS) measurements. Oanea. the positive values of second virial coefficient A2 reinforced the idea that salted aqueous solutions are good solvents for grafted pullulans and ensure laser light scattering measurements in proper conditions. P-g-pAPTAC2 and P-g-pAPTAC3 with 22..53. Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda. similar to pure pullulan. Proteins and Nanoparticles. 2011. 926. Analysis of Debye and conformational plots for grafted pullulans suggest that the low molecular salts determine the macromolecular chains to adopt different conformations in those aggregates..The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Vasile Cristian Grigoras “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. and 34. Light Scattering.5M KNO3 aqueous solution. I. Carbohydrate Polymers.51 (wt. & Fundueanu. 41A. 1: Chemical structure of grafted pullulans and Zimm plot for P-g-pAPTAC1 in 0. References: 1 Constantin.24. 29.. Iasi. John Wiley & Sons. S. _____________________________________________________________________________ 30 . Marieta Constantin for synthesis of grafted pullulans. V. Fig. 2 Podzimek. angrig@icmpp. %) of pAPTAC content in polymer. Size Exclusion Chromatography and Asymmetric Flow Field Flow Fractionation. All grafted pullulan aqueous solutions are tested in the presence of NaCl.05. respectively) and possessing polyelectrolyte character are determined by light scattering analysis. Inc. NaNO3 or KNO3. 84. Romania.ro The physico-chemical properties of three grafted pullulans (P) bearing poly(3acrylamidopropyl)trimethylammonium chloride (pAPTAC) side chains (P-g-pAPTAC1. M. Hoboken. KCl. The study of solution properties of polymers using a noninvasive method such as laser light scattering offers the opportunity to consequently explore these pullulans for applications such as drug carriers. Harabagiu. Acknowledgement: Authors thank to dr. The liniar shape of Zimm plots (Berry formalism) revealed that all grafted pullulans are quasimonodisperse..
This work presents the preparation routes of some polystyrene/barium titanate nanocomposites and their surface characterization. but also on the adhesion and interfacial properties between matrix and filler. project funded by the European Social Fund and Romanian Government. Iasi. The dispersion of the metallic inclusions is achieved by ulltrasonication and homogenization of the system where the matrix is inserted is done by magnetic stirring. Romania. The polar and dispersion component are slightly influenced by the composition of the introduced nanoinclusions. 700487. Acknowledgement: This paper was realized with the support of POSDRU CUANTUMDOC “Doctoral Studies for European Performances in Research and Innovation”. The morphology and local surface properties are analyzed by atomic force microscopy. ID79407. Iasi. _____________________________________________________________________________ 31 .ro b ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Luiza Madalina Gradinarub. 700050. The final properties of reinforced polymers are determined by the properties and content of components.“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University. revealing the influence of filler loading on the adhesion and phase contrast. Romania May 23 . Romania Polymer nanocomposites are the new class of hybrid materials. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P1 SURFACE PROPERTIES OF SOME POLYSTYRENE-BASED NANOCOMPOSITES Razvan Florin Barzica. DIELECTRIC.“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University. Gheorghe Dumitrascua a Faculty of Mechanics. barzicrazvan@tuiasi. Acknowledgement: This paper was realized with the support of POSDRU CUANTUMDOC “Doctoral Studies for European Performances in Research and Innovation”. Gheorghe Dumitrascua a Faculty of Mechanics. physical and chemical properties. barzicrazvan@tuiasi.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Andreea Irina Barzicb. This type of materials is obtained through the combination of materials with different structural. The stable nanosuspensions are casted on smooth substrates and dried in saturated solvent atmosphere. 700487. Combination of filler nanoscale dimension and high aspect ratio with its nanoscale dispersion within polymer matrix leads to the significant improvements in the polymer properties at very low filler volume fractions. Romania. Iasi. due to their unique multifunctional and highly enhanced properties. The surface tension is evaluated by means of contact angle method. Iuliana Stoicab. Iasi. Andreea Irina Barzicb. The efficiency of properties improvements depends strongly on the characteristics of the filler. the work of spreading allows determination of adhesion properties between the two phases. These aspects are conformed by the data derived from atomic force microscopy measurements. This paper presents the synthesis of some new nanocomposites by solution processing technique at room temperature. Also. project funded by the European Social Fund and Romanian Government. _____________________________________________________________________________ S3-P2 MORPHOLOGY. Iuliana Stoicab. Thermal conductivity is determined by considering that this parameter is a function of composition. The initial relatively sooth surface of the matrix is modified by the presence of the nanoparticles as reflected by the recorded values of root mean square roughness. which are widely used at industrial level. 700050. The resulting films are characterized by different approaches in order to evaluate some basis thermophysical properties. The dielectric properties of the investigated nanocomposites are determined using Maxwell-Garnett and Lichtenecker methods.ro b ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. dimensions of components and micro structure of composite and interfacial interactions between matrix and dispersed phase. ID79407. particularly polymer composites. Romania Suspended particles of various morphologies dispersed in viscoelastic liquids form the basis of many products and product precursors of industrial and commercial interest.24. The good dielectric and heat transfer features of the nanocomposites here under analysis recommend them as potential candidates for high power electronics. AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF SOME P4VP/ALN NANOCOMPOSITES Razvan Florin Barzica. The optimum design of composite component materials and manufacturing process to meet the target properties for specific engineering application is very important.
thus lowering the Tg of the hybrid composite materials.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. even below the tactoids level. Clay particles act as nucleating agents and conﬁne the movement of macromolecular chains. 1: TG (left) and DTG (right) curves for neat coPA and its nanocomposites: coPA (red).30P>coPA). coPA-K10 (violet) and coPA-I.24. Iasi. Clay Minerals 2006. nanocomposites. Tc. As for the melt blending process. Fulga Tanasa “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. rheological control agents. Romania May 23 . well known as effective barriers to volatile byproducts generated during decomposition. with respect to the bulk phase. Intercalation of polymer chains between the clay platelets. catalysts. . pharmaceutical and cosmetic additives. Fig. Tm) of the hybrid composites slightly decreased compared to neat copolyamide. _____________________________________________________________________________ 32 .30P (blue) Thermogravimetry (TG) analysis results indicated that the presence of clay additives increased the thermally stability of copolyamide upon incorporation of only 5 wt% clay (thermal stability of samples: coPA-K10>coPABTN>coPA-I. resulting in the decrease of crystallinity and Tg. DSC results revealed that the main temperatures (Tg. Raluca Darie. 567.ro Polymer-clay hybrid systems are successfully employed in a wide variety of industrial and academic applications. A series of novel hybrid composites made of a ternary copolyamide and different clays (bentonite BTN. such as adsorbents for organic pollutants. coPA-BTN (green). reinforcing fillers for plastics. gives rise to molecular ordering that changes both chains conformation and mobility. montmorillonite MMT and an organically modified clay I. This behaviour is explained by the copolyamide stabilization with transition metals present in clays as impurities and by superior insulating features of layered silicates. the parameters need further optimization in order to favor the intercalation of polymer chains within the clay tactoids. All composites were prepared via direct melt compounding using a HAAKE RHEOCORD 9000 mixer. Vasile Cristian Grigoras. etc. water treatment. decrese of crystallinity. equipped with two internal roller mixers and having the capacity of the mixing chamber of 50 cm3. 41.30P) was obtained and subsequently studied in order to understand the interaction between matrix and clay particles. so clay particles don`t remain dispersed on a micrometer scale. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P3 THERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF NOVEL TERNARY COPOLYAMIDE-CLAY HYBRID COMPOSITES Madalina Zanoaga. This paper presents data concerning the thermal behaviour of the new hybrid composites studied by means of DSC and TGA. J . ftanasa@icmpp. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. Romania. This produced an increase in the free volume of the polymer. References: 1 Grandjean.
versatile due to their properties. Use of compatibilizers favours the interfacial interactions during melt processing due to their chemical or/and physical interactions with polymers. Fulga Tanasa “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. due to the high melt flow index of coPA and increased mobility of PP macromolecules. was improved even more by compatibilization. Evaluation of processing and thermal behaviour indicated that up to 20 wt% coPA can be incorporated in PP and the morphology study confirmed the enhanced homogeneity of compatibilized blends. They are a successful example in terms of blending incompatible polymers in presence of compatibilizing agents. Iasi. The obtained data showed the incompatibility of the binary coPA/PP blends. characterized by low dispersion of phases. Romania. Fig. usually. The good processability. Blends processing. namely maleic anhydride functionalized isotactic polypropylene (PP-g-MA). and are easily processable by melting. 41A Grigore Ghica Voda Alley. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P4 INFLUENCE OF COMPOSITION AND PROCESSING ON THE PROPERTIES OF SOME POLYAMIDE-POLYPROPYLENE BLENDS Madalina Zanoaga. with or without compatibilizer.24.ro Polymer blends have attracted increasing attention from the R&D community due to their improved properties compared to raw polymers. 1: Microphotograph of composite sample 10 coPA/90 PP + 5%PP-g-MA _____________________________________________________________________________ 33 . Raluca Darie. Polyamide-polyolefin blends are of interest because both components are relatively cheap. ftanasa@icmpp. Simple blends are. A series of blends were prepared using a ternary copolyamide (coPA) and isotactic polypropylene (PP).The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. high interfacial tension and poor adhesion. The paper presents some correlations between the composition and properties of some polyamide-polypropylene blends. which is an advantage when it comes to polymer waste recovery. Romania May 23 . thermal behaviour and morphology of were studied in order to establish the compatibility “window”.
presents a shear thinning profile. The flow behavior of the solutions. increasing blend hydrophobicity and. the PSFP/PVDF blends do not interact with platelets. decreasing the polar surface tension parameters. Romania. and by the triphenylphosphonium groups from modified polysulfone. Adriana Popab. thus preventing the activation of coagulation at the blood/biomaterial interface. Romania. blend compositions of the corresponding films influence the surface tension parameters. Institute of Chemistry Timisoara of Romanian Academy.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. implicitly. 1). while the loss modulus is dominant for the viscous domain of oscillations. 70/30. Romania May 23 . In this context. as well as their interactions with some blood compounds. b Blends of quaternized polysulfones with triphenylphosphonium pendant groups/poly(vinylidene fluoride) were analyzed for establishing their impact on the rheological and surface properties. Ecaterina Avrama. especially in tissue engineering. The hydrophobic character of the films is predominant. The specific surface characteristics of polymer blends. _____________________________________________________________________________ 34 . such as wetting and adhesion. being given both by the small dipole moment corresponding to the poly(vinylidene fluoride) structure. project number PN-II-RU-TE-2012-3-0143 (2013 stage). 1: Work of spreading of water. and 60/40 v/v PSFP/PVDF films Acknowledgment: This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research. Fig.N-dimethylformamide for different compositions of the blend system. the electron donor interactions exceed the electron acceptor ones for all samples. they may be suitable for bio-applications. the spreading work values indicated that the red blood cells and platelets manifest a pronounced cohesion in both cases. Because the PSFP/PVDF blends would not cause any damage of blood cells. Silvia Ioana a ” Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Moreover.24. red blood cells and platelet over the surface of 100/0. are related to their interactions with some blood constituents (Fig. CNCS-UEFISCDI. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P5 SHEAR THINNING/STRUCTURE RELATIONSHIP AND BIOCOMPATIBILITY STUDIES OF QUATERNIZED POLYSULFONE/POLY(VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE) BLENDS Luminita-Ioana Buruianaa. obtained in N. 700487 Iasi. At the same time. because of the different interactions present in the systems. Furthermore. 300223 Timisoara.
project number PN-II-RU-TE-2012-3-0143 (2013 stage) _____________________________________________________________________________ 35 . in specific molecular rearrangement of the system. CNCS – UEFISCDI. elastic and viscous shear moduli versus frequence) justify the appearance of thinning phenomenon in solvent mixture. Also. diameter and mean width. depth. whereas a higher water content decreases the thermodynamic quality of the DMF/water solvent mixtures.com The rheological properties and morphological aspects of the quaternized polysulfones (PSF-DMOA). so that. atomic force microscopy shows influence of mixed solvents on the morphological properties. The obtained informations allowed optimization of different properties required for applications of quaternized polysulfones. the number of pores and their depths take maximum values within a minimum area. Increasing the MeOH content in the casting solution decreases average surface roughness and favors the increase of pore number and of their characteristics – area. alburaluca@yahoo. Different obtained parameters. Iuliana Stoica. Romania May 23 . Ecaterina Avram.Grigore Ghica Voda alley.58 % chlorine content) with tertiary amine -N. there are established that the polymer solutions exhibit in some cases a Newtonian behavior or. average surface roughness. for 60/40% v/v DMF/water. in other cases. Silvia Ioan ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. along with solvent mixture composition. and the rheological functions (dynamic viscosity versus shear rate. a thinning effect. 41 A. for examples. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P6 NEWTONIAN AND THINNING PROCESSES INVOLVING SPECIFIC MORPHOLOGY OF NEW QUATERNIZED POLYSULFONE Raluca Marinica Albu. Acknowledgement: This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research.Ndimethyloctylamine (DMOA). revealing the importance of temperature and nature of chlorometilate polysulfone substituent. No. are studied in DMF/methanol (MeOH) and DMF/water solvent/nonsolvent mixtures at different compositions. synthesized by the quaternization reaction of chloromethylated polysulfone (6.24. such as activation energy. as biomaterials and semipermeable membranes. In this context.
Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda.24. Cen. 661. 1: Chemical structures of PVK and electron acceptors. 41A. Iasi. Barboiu. U. Vasile Cristian Grigoras ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. J. 3 Grigoras C.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.G.G. but monofuctional and bifunctional nitroaromatic compounds (4. V. Elena Scortanu and Dr.G. 10. M n = 2500050000 g/mol.) instrument. 2 Grigoras.5-dinitrobenzoate) DDNBEG and acetate (-hidroxyetyl-3. 13. The PVK from Sigma-Aldrich (secondary standard..4’dinitrodibenzyl DNDB. and than analyzed with a Pyris Diamond DSC (Perkin Elmer. Eur. _____________________________________________________________________________ 36 . Thermal behavior of the samples has considered physical processes such as melting and glass transition. Calorim. Fig.5-dinitrobenzoate) AHEDNB) were synthesized in “Petru Poni” Institute. Mat.. A. References: 1 Grigoras. Grigoras. 313.S. the charge transfer interactions from solution blends does not effectively preserved in solid state (because of solvent evaporation) and were masked by a plasticizing effect. polydispersity index about 2) was an electron donor polymer frequently used to design electroluminescent devices or photorefractive materials. Anca Giorgiana Grigoras. 2011. Mircea Grigoras from “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of Iasi for the kind supply of the low-molecular compounds. Adv.. ethylene glycol-bis(3. V. In the cases of PVK blends with DDNBEG or AHEDNB. DSC STUDY. Chem. V. Romania. J.. 103. Romania May 23 . Grigoras. J. The DSC curves suggested that the specific parameters of DNDB (melting temperature Tm and heat of melting Hm) were varied in accordance with blend composition and this fact was due to the miscibility between PVK and DNDB.C. Opt. 2012.V. Anal. A. Acknowledgement: The authors are grateful to Dr. 2011. 967. Barboiu.A. A. angrig@icmpp. The molar blends were casted from solution.ro Miscibility of poly(N-vinylcarbazole) PVK with different low-molecular compounds bearing nitroaromatic groups was studied by differential scanning calorimetry DSC. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P7 MISCIBILITY OF POLY(N-VINYLCARBAZOLE) WITH NITROAROMATIC LOW-MOLECULAR COMPOUNDS. Therm.
com b “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University. 11 Carol I Bdv. Dimitrie Mangeron. Iasi. irina_cosutchi@yahoo. The need of polymeric carriers permitting controlled release of a desired drug following oral administration has led to the screening of a large variety of synthetic and natural polymers. and in organic and aqueous solvent systems. Dana-Ortansa Dorohoib ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. Romania c “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University. white to slightly off-white. 67 Bdv. 700487. Romania May 23 . chip resistance and absence of taste and odor. Faculty of Physics. This is an odorless and tasteless. Iasi. Cristina Delia Nechiforc. cellulose.b. The mechanism involved in drug release process is evaluated using Korsmeyer–Peppas empirical equation. light. The dependence of the glucose release profile from HPC is made for different drug content from the polymer matrix. This paper reports the in vitro evaluation of glucose release from the HPC foils. _____________________________________________________________________________ 37 .. 700050. In oral solid dosage forms. Iasi. air or reasonable levels of moisture. (5) ability to incorporate color and other additives into the film without difficulty. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P8 RELEASE ABILITY OF GLUCOSE EMBEDDED IN A POLYSACCHARIDE Andreea Irina Barzica. Romania. Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management. Romania a The enhancement of oral bioavailability is one of the greatest challenges in the development of poorly watersoluble drugs. (3) flexibility.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.24. fibrous or granular. hydroxypropylcellulose (HPC) is widely used as binder due to its excellent physico-chemical characteristics combined with mucoadhesive properties. free-flowing powder that is a synthetic modification of the natural polymer. The reason for its widespread acceptance include (1) solubility characteristics of the polymer in gastrointestinal fluid. The surface tension is determined by contact angle measurements using the sessile drop technique with different liquids and the changes induced by the glucose on the surface polarity are analyzed. 700506. (4) stability in the presence of heat. (2) noninterference with tablet disintegration and drug availability.
and electron redox. 1: Specific rotation of investigated polysaccharide in different solvents The molecular rotation is evaluated from specific rotation and molecular mass of the structural unit. Analysis revealed that spin-coated films have a thickness dependent on solution concentration and its viscosity. 700487. Romania. Iasi. 0 specific rotation. additives. In order to explain morphologic properties. 41A. Polyamide 6 thin films.24.mirela@icmpp. 11 Carol I Bdv. we present theoretical and experimental results of the spin-coating process in order to obtain polyamide 6 thin films with interesting optical properties. 1.ro In this paper. Romania May 23 . No. optical devices. irina_cosutchi@yahoo. Chiroptical switch can be controlled by temperature. Faculty of Physics. 700487. deg ml/dm g -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 water acetic acid cellosolve 400 nm 500 nm 700 nm Fig. _____________________________________________________________________________ S3-P10 THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS ON THE SPIN-COATED POLYAMIDE 6 THIN FILMS M. solvent. Morphologic properties of these films have been investigated by means of scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy. Knowledge and understanding of the nature of the optical activity of such polymers might constitute a bridge between artificial polymers and biopolymers and will assist in designing and controlling new types of helical structures. Iasi.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. teodorescu. by means of multi-scale type theories. Romania.. and liquid crystalline displays. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P9 MOLECULAR ROTATION DISPERSION OF A CHIROPTICAL POLYMER Andreea Irina Barzica. _____________________________________________________________________________ 38 . obtained from various solution concentrations. Their effect on specific rotation is plotted in Fig. Romania Controlling and switching the chiroptical properties of polymers is of continued interest because of potential applications in sensor data storage. Iasi. a theoretical model that agrees with our experimental results have been developed. Dana-Ortansa Dorohoib a ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. were deposited by spin-coating method. Teodorescu Petru Poni Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry Iasi. with thermo-driven chiroptical switching polymers being the most extensively studied. The dispersion of the molecular rotation offers information regarding the conformational changes or Cotton effect. Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda. The present work investigates the chiroptical properties of isotropic solutions of a polysaccharide in different solvents. 700506. using different rotation speeds.com b “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University. rotation speed and also rotation time.b. irradiation.
Agop3. D. Bvd.5%. Romania 4 Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers.ENSISA. mechanical and mixed) were applied to the CNT in order to prepare the electrospinning solutions. Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille. The experimental result of the behaviour of the electrical conductivity modulus |Sig| ( ) is theoretically explained. Adolphe2. D. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S3-P11 THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS ON THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY IN PA6-CNT NANOWEBS M. Villeneuve d’Ascq cedex 59655. Schacher2. Technical „Gheorghe Asachi” University of Iasi Bvd. Romania May 23 . Iasi. Atomes et Molécules (UMR 8523). France The present paper studies the electrical conductivity modulus of polyamide 6 (PA6) – carbon nanotubes (CNT) nanowebs. 1%. L. the CNT contain was varied: 0. Technical “Gh. Asachi” University. A. Călin1. For each of the applied treatments. 11 rue Alfred Werner F-68093 Mulhouse Cedex France 3 Department of Physics. Romania 2 Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique Textiles EAC 7189 CNRS/UHA.5% and 2%. 1. Nabyl Khenoussi2. 700050.24. Mangeron No.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. A pristine PA6 sample was used to compare the influence of the CNT contain on the dielectric behaviour of the samples. The influence of both the applied treatment and the CNT contain was investigated by analysing the broadband dielectric spectroscopy of the samples. _____________________________________________________________________________ 39 . obtained by electrospinning process.4 1 Faculty of Textile-Leather Engineering and Industrial Management. 63. Mangeron No. D. 700050. Three different treatments (chemical. M. 67.
Ovidiu Vasilovici. ____________________________________________________________________________ S4-O2 CHUA’S CIRCUIT: CHAOTIC DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF OSCILLATIONS Stefan-Andrei Irimciuc. Romania. email@example.com. Spectroscopy and Plasma Physics S4-O1 CHARACTERIZATION OF PARTICLE EMISSION FROM CARBON LASER ABLATION USING A 3-GRIDS FARADAY CUP Petru-Edward Nicaa. we applied a sinusoidal signal on the transistor Q1 (see Fig. 700487. a charge separation phenomenon was evidenced. some plasma parameters are derived from monitoring the ion species. In TOF mode. The obtained results are very important for the synchronization of two chaotic oscillators and secure communication (transmission of chaotic encoded data). irimiciuc_s@yahoo. i. at various laser fluences in a low laser fluence regime (< 5 J/cm2).e. In the present paper. Cristian Ursub b a “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. powered by a battery.com Chua’s circuit is considered a cornerstone in nonlinear electronic circuit. sub-harmonic bifurcations and chaos.63. using an electrostatic energy analyzer (a 3-grids Faraday cup at various biasing voltages) in both. 1). Since the properties of the resulted thin films depend on the plasma parameters. pnica@tuiasi. Here we report on the nonlinear dynamics analysis of a Chua circuit. Optics. computer simulations and rigorous mathematical analysis. in the usual range for thin films deposition. Four elements are linear passive electrical components: an inductance. The fifth element is a nonlinear element.700050. A Chua circuit must include at least 5 circuit elements. In order to control the dynamics of the circuit. By using a variable resistor. respectively. time-of-flight (TOF) and retarding field analyzer (RFA) modes. Dan-Gheorghe Dimitriu Faculty of Physics.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Mangeron no. In RFA mode. 1: Chua circuit _____________________________________________________________________________ 40 . a reheating effect of the plasma was evidenced as a consequence of decelerated and reflected ions. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 4. By changing the amplitude or the frequency of this signal we can control the dynamics of the circuit. even if this dynamics is chaotic. a resistance and two capacitances. including regular oscillations. fullerenes and grapheme) that can be obtained in pulsed laser deposition systems. Ghica Voda Alley. Romania. the plasma temperature (1÷12 eV) and centre of mass velocity (103÷104 m/s) evolutions have been derived. 41A Gr. monitoring of plasma expansion process brings additional information on the thin film growing mechanism. schematically represented in Fig.. It is the simplest electronic circuit exhibiting chaos. as verified from numerous laboratory experiments. TOF spectra recorded for different applied retarding voltage present separated peaks whose corresponding time values increase with the applied voltage. Fig.ro ”Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry. RO-700506 Iasi. we obtained different dynamical regimes of the oscillator. 11 Carol I Blvd. characterized by a current-voltage characteristic whose slope must be negative somewhere on the curve. Moreover. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University. Blvd. 1. Romania. Iasi .com Carbon laser produced plasma has been extensively studied in the past years due to its large potential applicability showed for the carbon allotropes (nanotubes. The plasma has been generated by excimer laser ablation of the graphite in vacuum. Romania May 23 .
project number PN-II-RU-TE-2012-3-0227 References: 1 Liu. 2131. Kogălniceanu 1. rhodamine 6G (R6G) and cresyl violet (CrV) in Fig. boitor. Romania May 23 .radu@gmail. SERS has been used in different bio-medical applications as a spectroscopic detection tool. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P1 HIGHLY SURFACE ENHANCED RAMAN ACTIVE SILVER AND GOLD NANOPARTICLES COVERED IN GLUCOSE Radu A. The here proposed nanoparticles are therefore coated in glucose. _____________________________________________________________________________ 41 . From the UV-Vis spectra we gathered that the silver nanoparticles have a diameter of about 85 nm and an absorption maximum at 468 nm.. J. In the past years. Boitor. P. Chem. Babeș-Bolyai University. This should also give these nanoparticles the ability to be internalized more easily by most cells . crystal violet (CV). From the acquired SERS spectra we could easily observe that the nanoparticles are highly active for a wide range of analytes as shown for rose bengal (Rb). 12. Ikushima. Qin. Romania. they should provide a viable method for biodetection by means of SERS spectroscopy. TEM and surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy. Y. 1. delivery vehicles and therapeutics. Eur.. G. J.com There is an increasing interest in the use of metal nanoparticles for a variety of biological applications including their use as contrast agents. 2006. thus choosing the synthesizing agents becomes an important task. Given the fact that these nanoparticles can be easily functionalized with different ligands and given their high SERS activity.. 400084 Cluj-Napoca. which is a polysaccharide that is actively sought out by cells. The nanoparticles were characterized using UV-Vis. 1: SERS spectra of several analytes at 10-6 M concentrations.24. at micromolar analyte concentrations. Acknowledgement: This work was supported by CNCSIS-UEFISCSU. Nicolae Leopold Faculty of Physics. The main purpose of this study was to develop a novel method of synthesizing silver and gold nanoparticles by using entirely biocompatible materials that do not cause tissue toxicity to the organism. on the other hand. An important feature of metal nanoparticles for such applications is their biocompatibility. could be synthesized so that their diameter could be controlled in between the 20-50 nm range in accordance to the synthesizing conditions used and they had an absorption maximum at about 540 nm. The gold nanoparticles.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Fig. Raveendran. It was found that both types of nanoparticles exhibited a SERS enhancement comparable to conventional metal colloids.
2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P2 ALTERATION OF BOVINE SERUM ALBUMIN AGGREGATION CAPACITY AFTER EXPOSURE TO ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE PLASMA. Specific aspects of each energy source used in this study are stressed in relation with the protein aggregation capacity. I. Bd. Topala Plasma Physics Laboratory. we report the action of an atmospheric pressure plasma jet in helium. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. It is accepted that this phenomenon takes place during collective interaction of partially unfolded or misfolded protein molecules. 11 Iasi 700506. Carol I No. the characteristic time constant and the exponent of the function. I. exposure time) we modified the properties of BSA molecules. In this study we use the bovine serum albumin (BSA) capacity to self-assemble into amorphous or fibrilar during controlled heating. These parameters are represented by the value of the scattering signal at the end of the process. and the parameters of this function being obtained from the analysis of experimental data using appropriate software. Romania. Thus. such as Alzheimer's disease. Lately. _____________________________________________________________________________ 42 . Acknowledgement: This work was supported by the CNCS – UEFISCDI (Romania) and by the SRDA (Slovakia) through the joint Romanian-Slovak Cooperation Program. of a pulsed laser beam with 266 nm wavelength and a 3 W/cm2 pulsed ultrasound field at 1 MHz.g. power. Faculty of Physics. Parkinson's disease or Creutzfeld Jacob disease.com Protein aggregation process is a complex biological phenomenon triggered by physical and chemical agents. Jijie. Demeter. 1: Typical kinetics of the thermal induced aggregation process as revealed by the intensity of the scattered laser radiation from protein solutions. Then the protein solutions were subjected to controlled heating and the aggregation of proteins in solution was monitored by laser scattering (337 nm nitrogen laser). UV LASER AND PULSED ULTRASOUND FIELDS A. Fig.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. this phenomenon is related to some neurodegenerative diseases. V.24. Pohoata. Using a broad spectrum of experimental parameters (e. alexandra_demeter@yahoo. Romania May 23 . An exponential increase of scattered light intensity as function of elapsed time was found (Fig. in order to test the effects of selected physical agents on protein powders or protein aqueous solutions. R. The aggregation curves are fitted using a compressed exponential function. Mihaila. Temperature is a physical agent largely used in order to induce protein aggregation in controlled and reproducible conditions. after exposure to each physical agent. 1).
400084 Cluj-Napoca. due to the fact that these nanoparticles can be functionalized with different ligands and their absorption maximum is in the NIR region they should provide a viable option for photothermal therapy too. 36. 2012. even though some of the coating agents can cause side effects (e. project number PN-II-RU-TE-2012-3-0227 References: 1 G. A. M.. The smaller nanoparticles have shown an at least ten times higher SERS activity than the conventional citrate reduced gold nanoparticles .24. Furthermore. Romania May 23 . TEM measurements revealed the popcorn shape of the nanoparticles. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P3 POPCORN SHAPED GOLD NANOPARTICLES WITH ABSORBANCE IN NIR IstvánSz. Nicolae Leopold. In this study a new method for nanoparticle synthesis was developed. ONUR. Tódor. istvan.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. The nanoparticles were characterized using UV-Vis. size and surface chemistry. Turk J Biol. delivery vehicles. the proposed gold nanoparticles could become important transporting vehicles for drugs like heparin. it has been reported that nonspherical nanoparticles have longer biodisponibility than those with spherical shapes. Babeş-Bolyai University. Moreover.com In recent years nanoparticle synthesis has evolved substantially and now it is possible to control their shape. N. 607-621 _____________________________________________________________________________ 43 . C-reactive protein etc. Considering the nonspherical shape and the possibility to modify the surface with highly biocompatible molecules. TAN. therapeutics etc. their size being within the 50-150 nm range.Romania. varying with the experimental conditions.todor88@gmail. Gold nanoparticles are one of the most important types of nanoparticles due to their applicability in live tissue as contrast agents. SAĞLAM. TEM and surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy. Vasile Chiș Faculty of Physics. László Szabó. renal complications). Acknowledgement: This work was supported by CNCSIS-UEFISCSU. From the UV-Vis spectra we found that the absorption maximum of the large gold nanoparticles was at around 720 nm and at 536 nm for the small particles. Fig. The nanoparticles were prepared at room temperature.. Kogălniceanu 1. 1: TEM images of hydroxylamine reduced GoldNPs.g.
6 picril methylid (PPBPM) were used to characterize the first solvation shell of the spectrally active compound in ternary solutions achieved with hydroxyl solvents water. Iasi.T. polarizability of this molecule were computed. After the geometrical optimization and a single point calculation. 4. p1 . Romania 4 Gh.3. Spiridon Hospital. k12 . Iasi. were estimated on the basis of the solvatochromic effects of binary hydroxyl solvents water + ethanol and water + methanol in ternary diluted solutions of PPBPM.5 hexatriene (DPH) in some solvents were analysed from the mirror symmetry point of view. Iasi. the main parameters like dipole moments. The average statistic weights. “Gr. _____________________________________________________________________________ 44 . ethanol and methanol. In this paper we analyzed the Phenobarbital molecule using the molecular modeling methods. the excess function.Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management. RO-700506 The electronic (absorption and fluorescence) spectra of 1. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University.5 HEXATRIENE (DPH) EXCITATION IN SOME HOMOGENEOUS SOLUTIONS Ion Hurjui1.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. The electronic absorption spectra more shifted in the wavenumber scale and they can indicate the nature of the intermolecular interactions in DPH solutions. Faculty of Physics.6 diphenyl-1. 11 Carol I Blv. Iasi. Mihaela Maria Dulcescu 2. 16 University Street.Asachi Technical University of Iasi. Romania May 23 . RO-700111. Romania Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi.3. (1) . 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P4 MAIN PHYSICAL AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF PHENOBARBITAL MOLECULE Andreea – Celia Benchea. Romania. Faculty of Medicine. Iasi. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P6 SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF P-PHENYL-PYRIDAZINIUM-BENZOYL-2. Popa” University. RO-700115 2 Faculty of Physics. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi2 Alexandru Vlahuta School .6 DIPHENYL-1.3. The influence of the solvent nature on of the changes in the DPH polarizability induced by excitation was established by the influence of the dispersive forces on the electronic absorption spectra. It can produce many side effects (from mild sedation to total anesthesia) being used often as anticonvulsant. Liliana – Mihaela Ivan. and the preferential solvation constant. 11 Carol I Boulevard.6-PICRIL METHYLID (PPBPM) TERNARY HYDROXYL SOLUTIONS Daniela Babusca1.com Phenobarbital is central nervous system depressant. Iasi.4. mihaelaivan2002@yahoo.. Dana Dorohoi Faculty of Physics.24. Department of Radiotherapy. Romania 3 Clinical Emergency Sf. Cristina Delia Nechifor4. Department of Physics. Romania 2 1 The wavenumbers in the maximum of the visible intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) band of p-phenylpyridazinium-benzoyl-2. Iasi. Dana Dorohoi2 1 Biophysics and Medical Physics Department. Liliana – Mihaela Ivan2. belonging to the barbiturate family. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P5 CHANGES IN POLARIZABILITY BY 1.
com Metamerism in conservation-restoration is very important in terms of reintegration color paintings. 11 Carol I Blv.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Mihaela Holban3 and Valeriu Sunel3 1 Gr. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P8 UV SPECTRA OF SOME DIPEPTIDES AND N-MUSTARDS Corina Cheptea1. The cycloimmonium ylids are zwitterionic compounds with a visible absorption band due to an intramolecular electronic transfer from the carbanion towards the heterocycle. 11 Carol I Bdv. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi 2 Faculty of Physics. The structures of the obtained compounds were proved by both chemical and spectral (NMR and IR) analyses. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi Faculty of Physics. Faculty of Medical Bioengineering. Al.I. Iasi. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University. The influence of the substitutes of the benzenic ring on the wavelengths of the * absorption bands of the studied compounds has been established. Romania 3 Al. cycloimmonium ylids are used as spectrally active molecules which offer information about the strength of the intermolecular interactions by the change of the electronic absorption spectra when these are passed from the gaseous phase to liquid state. The electronic absorption bands of the studied compounds in low concentrations solutions ( 210 mol/L) verify Lambert Beer law. Iasi.. The major disadvantage is the fact that reintegration interventions thus obtained are less noticeable and removed in violation of one of the principles of restoration. Iasi. restoration. Using synthetic pigments in the formation of mixtures restoration that will replace .I. The separation of each type of intermolecular interaction to the total spectral shift in each solvent can suggest new applications of these dipolar compounds in organic chemistry. Faculty of Physics. proving the absence of the specific interactions between the solutions components and permiting a protocol for determination of the analysed substances concetrations in a given solution. Faculty of Chemistry.ro@gmail. So. Romania 2 Al. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P7 CONTRIBUTION OF EACH TYPE OF INTERACTIONS TO THE TOTAL SPECTRAL SHIFT IN SOME CYCLOIMMONIUM-YLIDS SOLUTIONS Valentina Closcă.lack pictorial layers has the advantage of being economical.I. _____________________________________________________________________________ 45 . Iaşi.24. Romania Starting from p-amino-benzoyl-asparagic acid and p-amino-benzoyl-asparagine.ro . In this paper the electronic absorption spectra of two cycloimmonium ylids in different aprotic and protic solvents were studied and the contribution of each type of intermolecular interactions to the spectral shifts was measured when the spectrally active substance is passed from the gaseous phase to solution.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy..Cuza University of Iasi. RO-700056.acylated dipeptides has been synthesized. ddorohoi@uaic. Romania May 23 . RO-700506 The cycloimmonium ylids are important in pharmacy because they are precursors in obtaining new medicines and also they can be used as acid-basic indicators. Cuza University. This band is very sensitive to the solvent nature. The electronic absorption spectra of benzoyl-asparagic acid and p-amino-benzoyl-asparagine were also analysed.Cuza University of Iasi. several series of and some acilated dipeptides and N-mustards derived from p-amino.colorimetric and spectral . Iasi. 4 _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P9 METAMERIC COLOUR IN ART CONSERVATION Andrei Hrib. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi2. the reversibility of treatment.
FeCuNbSiB amorphous thin films have been deposited from ribbons with the nominal composition Fe73. Significant changes of the current and voltage pulse shapes were observed.8 nm/min) at 10 mTorr argon pressure. The thickness of the films was measured using an interferometric method. Iasi. Chiriac. firstname.lastname@example.org nm introduced by layers cut perpendicular on their optical axis. Romania. the deposition rate increases about three times with the effective power increment from 30 W to 90 W. the deposition rate decreases with the pulse length increment. Using HiPIMS.24. we used both a Babinet Compensatory and a standardized optical wedge in order to compensate the pathway at 589. For the same pulse duration. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P11 OPTICAL COMPENSATORS USED IN DETERMINING THE BIREFRINGENCE OF UNIAXIAL CRYSTALLINE PLATES Irina Dumitrascua. When polarized light passes through uniaxial plate perpendicularly on the optical axis. Journal of Materials Research 27 (2012) 780-792. its birefringence can be determined by compensation of the pathway introduced between the ordinary and extraordinary components of the incident linearly polarized light. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University. the plasma radiation is dominated by the light of excited sputtered iron atoms and ions. H. Neagu. the optical radiation is dominated by neutral Ar excited atoms emission. Tiron.com c Alexandru Ioan Cuza University. ddorohoi@uaic. Vaslui District. V. The obtained results showed that for an average power of 30 W and pulse duration of 4 µs the deposition rate reaches a maximum value (3. Romania High-power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) is a promising. Gheorghe Popa Faculty of Physics.com b Stefan Procopiu High School. while the excited Fe atoms emission is almost negligible. During the deposition process. 700506.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 2 I. for the same effective power. Vasile Tiron.ro a Uniaxial plates of solid crystalline substances are characterized by two principal refractive (ordinary and extraordinary) indices. The onset of the selfsputtering regime and the plasma composition change in front of the target were highlighted by using the time-resolved fast imaging technique. relatively new technique. _____________________________________________________________________________ 46 .5Cu1Nb3Si15. maintaining the gas flow at 20 sccm and the target-substrate distance at 6 cm. due to the self-sputtering process. average power and pulse duration on the deposition rate of the films has been investigated. Velicu. Iasi. Vaslui. Instead. electrical diagnosis was performed by recording the discharge current and voltage temporal evolution. Dobromir. The depositions were performed in pure argon atmosphere. Leonas Dumitrascu b. Romania. M. In order to estimate the birefringence of the samples collected from Carpathian Mountains. Dana Ortansa Dorohoic Inspector for Physics. Faculty of Physics. irina_dumitrascu2000@yahoo. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P10 FINEMET-TYPE THIN FILMS OBTAINED BY HIPIMS: INFLUENCE OF DEPOSITION CONDITIONS ON THE DEPOSITION RATE Ioana-Laura Velicu.L. References: 1 Daniel Lundin and Kostas Sarakinos. For long pulse durations (20 µs). which can be successfully used to grow high-quality amorphous thin films from a wide range of materials [1. M. The influence of argon pressure. 2]. in the plasma volume between cathode and substrate. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 48 (2012) 1336-1339. The ICCD images showed that during initial phase (1-4 µs from applied voltage). while the light corresponding to argon excited state is very weak. Romania May 23 .5B7. Romania.
The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Romania.com c Alexandru Ioan Cuza University. Irina Dumitrascu. irina_dumitrascu2000@yahoo. Romania May 23 . leonas_dumitrascu@yahoo. a Babinet Compensatory and the special cell filled by the studied liquid crystal. Vaslui District. Romania.24. The electric field influence on the liquid crystal birefringence at 589.ro b a The birefringence at 589. Iasi. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P12 BIREFRINGENCE OF SOME LIQUID CRYSTALLINE SAMPLES Leonas Dumitrascua. Faculty of Physics. ddorohoi@uiac. b Dana Ortansa Dorohoic Stefan Procopiu High School.com Inspector for Physics.3 nm of some uniaxial liquid crystalline samples kept in special cells was determined using a device consisting from two identical polarizers. The results were compared with those obtained by using a standardized optical wedge. Romania.3nm has been also established. _____________________________________________________________________________ 47 . Vaslui.
2008.3~1. Dan Dimitriua. 675. 2012. J Opt and Adv Mat. solar zenith angle larger than 50o and retrieval error less than 5%) have been used to compute parameters such as: optical thickness. Urban and industrial aerosols type is a major component of the tropospheric aerosol load over IASI LOA-SL site monitoring station (47N.com c National Meteorological Administration. 870. Atmos. Chem. with the purpose of improving the city’s infrastructure and restoration of some cultural buildings and parks.81 (± 0. 1 Cuza Voda Str.9 for biomass burning. et al. spectral dependence of Ångström exponent (α).90 0..95 Single Scattering Albedo 0.February 2013 period) on biomass-burning. 1: Spectral single scattering albedo. monthly averages An event on 5 July. In order to both identify and categorize the biomass burning types influences.B. sgurlui@uaic.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Romania. et al. 700506 Iasi. Faculty of Physics. 5-6. P.. M. 10. 0. 3 Nicolae..1) to 0. Silviu Gurluia a “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Being a city in continuous development.5.. Romania. D.95 (± 0. 700050 Iasi. Florin Ungaa. Romania May 23 ..24. Journal of Geophysical Research. 14.com Iasi is a municipality from North-Eastern part of Romania and one of the largest cities in the country. 2012. c. several urban projects were started in the spring of 2012... Atmosphere Optics. Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi.75 400 600 800 1000 Wavelenght (nm) Fig. 2010. Both biomass burning and urban-industrial aerosols are characterized by very small particles. 2012 shows that the AERONET lidar ratio calculated at 532 nm (S532aer) is between 55~75 sr with an Ångström exponent between 1. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P13 A STUDY OF SOME URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL MIXTURES AEROSOLS OVER IASI REGION Marius Mihai Cazacua. urban aerosols mixtures and Saharan dust by means of lidar and sun-photometer measurements... 1). 59A Mangeron Blvd.adrian@gmail. 2 Giles.1) agree on dominant aerosol type (Fig. The decreasing of Single Scattering Albedo’s total average with the increasing of the wavelength (440. 1155–1169.. M. D. spectral dependence of Single Scattering Albedo and the dominating size mode. 2.6~1. Regional Forecast Center Bacau. Romania. 600274 Bacau.85 0. J Opt and Adv Mat – Rapid communications. 405 – 412. 117..7 for urban/industrial aerosol and 1. Spectroscopy and Lasers Laboratory. 4 Russell. Ioana Popovicia. Adrian Timofteb. timofte. M. Phys. _____________________________________________________________________________ 48 . This study presents the results from optical properties analysis (May 2012 .. b.ro b Department of Physics. so that ﬁne mode is predominating in the particle size distribution. 517-522. d17203. Alin Ionut Pascarua. et al.80 May June July August September October November February 0. 27E). cazacumarius@gmail. Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) Version 2 data criteria (Level 1. 11 Carol I Blvd. References: 1 Cazacu. 1020 nm) from 0. et al.
600274 Bacau. M.. 5 (3).. Nica.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 1 Cuza Voda Str. Koop.com Depending on the space-time chemical composition. we propose a new LIDAR power instrument as is shown in Fig. LIDAR & DIAL.. Romania. Jpn. Atmos. Spectroscopy and Lasers Laboratory... Chem. 2 Dengxin. sources type activity or process..ro b Department of Physics. P. Atmosphere Optics.. Agop. This instrument is able to capture fast plume airborne image (2ns gate time) and may used to investigate in real time several chemical compound behaviour at a given point of the free atmosphere. timofte.. Focsa.. Radiometer. 2008. Romania. Regional Forecast Center Bacau. DOAS. 700506 Iasi.24. massspectroscopy & shadowgraphy . T. as following will be proposed in this paper. S. Marius Mihai Cazacua. 28(3). 46. b. 1997. in a variety of configurations are extensively developed and some of these must be improved even to obtain UV-IR image – remote investigated ice nucleation layer-atmospheric pattern. References: 1 Hairston. Romania May 23 . Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi. Moreover. experimental set-up. Quant. Appl.. P. Faculty of Physics..c .laser matter desorption. 4 Kärcher. ground based instruments as Sunphotometer. B. air pollutants (both organic and inorganic compounds). 1.adrian@gmail. E. 3 Gurlui. 78. 026405. Adrian Timoftea. 703-714 _____________________________________________________________________________ 49 . Phys. Phys. J Aerosol Sci. M. 700050 Iasi.. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P14 AEROSOLS CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS: DETECTION AND RANGING Strat Mitachia. C.com c National Meteorological Administration. Fig. cazacumarius@gmail. As a complementary approach to the satellite measurement spectral data. 471-82. in order to better understanding the fundamental of some critical physico-chemical transformation of the atmosphere compounds but also for applications point of view. 11 Carol I Blvd. H. Romania. generally the air pollution causes significant damage to human health and environment and dramatically influencing the climate changes. meteorological conditions. 2005. Silviu Gurluia a “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi. Rev. 2007. Phys. F.. 5849. 1: LIDAR equipment. J. J.. 59A Mangeron Blvd. Ho.. sgurlui@uaic.. Dan Dimitriua. et al. Ziskind.
Alexandroaeib. It is calculate the radius of the first and second solvatation sphere. Romania Biophysical and Medical Physics .DIPHENYL . B-dul D. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy. the number of particle from the first two solvatation sphere and then it is estimated the potential interaction by dispersion forces between the spectrally active molecule (vitamin B12) and the solvent molecules which surrounded it.3. Nr. 11A. Roumania b Department of Plasma Physics. I. 16. Cristina Maria Cristescua. “Al. “Al.1. the shuffling analysis demonstrates that the multifractality is purely a consequence of the correlations of the fluctuations. Both the original and FFT filtered time-series were analyzed using the multifractal analysis. The multifractal detrended cross correlation between light intensity and current intensity demonstrates that the fluctuations in both cases are generated by the same physical processes. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S4-P15 CORRELATIONS IN LIGHT INTENSITY FLUCTUATIONS INDUCED BY GAUSSIAN WHITE NOISE IN A SYMMETRICAL DISCHARGE PLASMA Cristina Stana.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.6 . “Gr. 700115. Bd. Carol I. Romania May 23 . “Politehnica” University of Bucharest. 700115. University Street. Iassy. Bd.alex@uaic. Romania b The changes induced by the solvent nature in fluorescence spectra of some 1. Romania c Center for the Study and Therapy of Pain (CSTD). In the case of filtered data. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P16 CHANGES INDUCED BY SOLVENTS NATURE IN 1. Cristescua a Department of Physics. 700506. _____________________________________________________________________________ S4-P17 THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF B12 VITAMIN IN POLAR SOLVENTS Cristina Marcela Rusua. Iasi 700050. Popa” University. Faculty of Medicine. “Al.b . Nr.24. Mangeron 67. P.5 -HEXATRIENE FLUORESCENCE SPECTRA: COMPUTATIONAL ARGUES Ion Hurjui a. Carol I. Concomitantly some quantum-mechanical calculations were made in order to obtain the electro-optical parameters of DPH. Romania a b The aim of this paper is the study of the influence of some solvents on the electronic absorbtion spectra and electro – chemical properties of B12 vitamin by using the cell model of pure liquid proposed by Abe. Based on the the fact that FFT filtering preserves the behavior of the discharge plasma in respect of the noise. Iasi. Technical University of Iasi. 313 Spl. 16.3. Iasi. at all values of the inter-anode voltage. Roumania. I. T.5-hexatriene (DPH) solutions were explained by molecular dynamic simulations. Andrei Neamtu c. RO-700506. C. we present a consistent validity test supporting the application of this type of filtering for removing the harmonic trend. Cuza” University. Dana Ortansa Dorohoi a a Faculty of Physics. The position of the maximum in the singularity spectra is significantly influenced by noise. d. Iasi. In the range of noise intensity considered. the filtered series are negatively correlated. “Gr. Iasi. I.Claudia Nadejdea. _____________________________________________________________________________ 50 . Cristina-Delia Nechiforb Faculty of Physics. The change between the autocorrelation characteristics of the original and filtered series is remarkable: while the original series are positively correlated.ro We investigate the influence of white Gaussian noise on the fluctuations of light intensity emitted by the localized space charge structures in the plasma of a symmetrical discharge. 700506. Independentei. Bucharest. 11A. Cuza” University.6-diphenyl-1. University Street. RO-060042. T. Cuza” University of Iassy. The simulations emphasized the auto-aggregation processes of DPH and THF multicomponent solutions. D. Romania Department of Physics. the multifractality strength is influenced by the noise.
Most commonly. It includes the discovery and insertion into cells of genes that confer light responsiveness. _____________________________________________________________________________ 51 . Biological Inspired Science and Technologies Laboratory. Ramin Pashaie b University of Medecine Gr. integrated fiberoptic and solid-state light sources) to allow specific cell types. Strat a. Milwaukee. A fiber optic based probe was developed to control/visualize neuronal activity deep in the brain of awake behaving animals. even deep within the brain. This fiber is used to deliver excitation/stimulation optical pulses and guide a sample of the emission signal back to a detector. the latter is now achieved using the fiberoptic-coupled diode technology introduced in 2007. optical fibers or LEDs can be directly mounted to the skull of the animal. T. of this optical control.edu a b Optogenetics is the combination of genetics and optics to control well-defined events within specific cells of living tissue.b . or effects. Optogenetics necessarily includes 1) the development of genetic targeting strategies such as cell-specific promoters or other customized conditionally-active viruses. and for assessing specific readouts.Algesiology. pashaie@uwm. Romania. This is an example of how physics and engineering back up fundamental biological research and discovery.g. Ryan Falk b . alstrat1@hotmail. Department of Pharmacology . Romania May 23 .The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. More deeply implanted optical fibers have been used to deliver light to deeper brain areas. To stimulate superficial brain areas such as the cerebral cortex. In this design a thin multimode optical fiber serves as the head of the probe to be inserted into the brain. Iasi. for targeting lightsensitive cells of interest. Popa. to deliver the light-sensitive probes to specific populations of neurons in the brain of living animals and 2) hardware (e. to be controlled in freely behaving animals. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Section 5. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. USA. it also includes the associated technologies for delivering light deep into organisms as complex as freely moving mammals.com University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Technical Physics and Interdisciplinary S5-O1 OPTOGENETICS: NEW PARADIGM REQUESTING ADAPTED TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES Aurel L.24.
20 GCAW with length: 4 cm and 2 cm 3 cm and 2 cm 2 cm and 1. .. 302.00 transmission(dB) -0. 83. placed in parallel position with different lengths L. The multilayered GCAW are obtained from as-cast GCAW subsequently coated by RF sputtering deposition followed by electrochemical deposition with a Cu layer. 0. 299.5 mm. 2: Absorption spectra for four sets of two microwires with the same Фm = 18 mm and Gth= 27.5 cm -0. Rev. 2001. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ S5-P1 ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF MULTILAYERED GLASS COATED AMORPHOUS WIRES Gabriel Ababei and Horia Chiriac National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics. _____________________________________________________________________________ 52 . The aim of this paper is to investigate the electromagnetic shielding properties in the microwave range of multilayers GCAW in order to develop an absorbent material with selective electromagnetic shielding properties based on these wires type.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.24. 2012. gababei@phys-iasi. Dafinescu V.. respectively.15 -0. References: 1 Vázquez M.05 -0. project number PNII-RU-PD-2011-3-0228. The glass coated amorphous wires have been prepared by drawing from CoFe-based melted alloy as continuous filaments with the diameter of the metallic nucleus ranging from Фm= 16 μm to Фm= 64 μm and glass thickness ranging from Gth= 7. 47 Mangeron Blvd.. Physica B. The development of amorphous microwires with multilayer structure is a new research field with numerous potential applications in the field of electromagnetic shields and smart composite materials to realize multifunctional materials for structural health monitoring.10 -0. 1: SEM image of a multilayered GCAW Fig.25 μm to Gth= 35 μm. Acknowledgement: This work was supported by a grant of Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research.5cm -0. David V. Experimental results show that the multilayered GCAW allows the development of a system for simultaneous selective shielding of several frequencies of the electromagnetic field which corresponds to various wire length.30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 f (GHz) Fig. Romania. Pica A.05 0.. Nica I.. The structure. and Chiriac H.. Romania May 23 .ro Glass coated amorphous magnetic microwires (GCAW) known as soft magnetic materials are intensively studied due to their large utilization in magnetic field sensors and electromagnetic (EM) shielding application 2. 014701. size and magnetic properties of MAW were investigated by SEM microscopy and VSM technique. 2 Ababei G. Instr.25 4cm 3cm 2cm 1. Iasi.. The experimental set-ups used for high frequency characterisations involve the utilisation of the coaxial transmission line method and two horn antenna connected to a vector network analyzer2. CNCSIS – UEFISCDI. of Scien.5 cm 3 cm and 1.
24. Romania May 23 . 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ 53 .The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi.
P Cutrubinis M. M. B. Avram E. Casian-Botez I. Benchea A. Ciobanu G. Dariescu M.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. . F. Bibire C. Focanici E. Ciobanu I. M. Ciascai I. Agop M. Ciobanu O. J. Cernătescu C. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ AUTHORS INDEX. Constantin B. Bolat G. Costandache D. Akhter S. I. E. Bejan L. Dobos A. 54 Georgescu P. V. Dias C. F Fetecău C. Duginov V. Amano S. Dorolti E. Focşa C. Bordianu I. B Baban C. Bădescu R. Craus T. Drobota M. Ciuce C. Buruiana L. Dascalu C. Craus M. Diaconescu R. Agheorghiesei C. Apreotesei G. G Garcia Y. O. Creanga D. Georgescu R. L. Gartu M. S.211 PARTICIPANTS A Acatrinei C. Chicinaş I.N. A. Dragos O. Bădescu V. Dorohoi D. D Daraban L. Dima M. Filimon A.24. Frunza M. Angheluta E.G. Buzescu F C Caltun O. Astefanoaei C. Coman T. Cosutchi A. I. Dobromir M. Chiriac H. C. Balasoiu M. Dulcescu M. M. Focea R. Baltag O. Barsan V. Avădanei M. Gottlieb I. Caraman I. Buhucianu O. Buzea C. Dariescu C. Aflori M. Andries D. Aignatoaiei B. Romania May 23 . Dulea M. Badelita L. Cristescu C. Codjovi E. Geba M. Albu R. Aranghel D. Gherghel M. D.
Linares J. Marat-Mendes J. Mahmood T. Iustain C. Mamedov T. Mareci D. N. Grigoras M. Oniscu C. Ojica S. Munteanu C. E. Isnard O. Niculescu O. L. R. Inoue T. Mociutchi C. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Graur A. Pop M. Matasaru D.N. Ionescu D. Gutoiu S. Nica V. Olaru N. I Iftemie A. 55 M Magop D. Ivan L.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Popa F. Neamţu B. Ponta C. Raut M. Păun V. Neagu E. Nechifor C. Postolache M. Nica S. Radu T. Parghie C. N Nădejde C. Lupu N.N. Olaru M. L Latu M. Mohorianu S. Ioan S. Moise V. C. Poll E. A. Rau I. Nagano A. Olaru L. Pop V. Nazar M. Radinschi I. Romania May 23 . Profire L. Moise M. Ionita D. B. R Racuciu M. Postolache M. O Obreja Ursu L. Rau M. Lostun M. Miyamoto S. Lazar G. H Homocianu M. Mitrici S. E. Oprea B. P Palade P. Nenciu A. Negut D. Hulubei C. M. Iftimie N. Nica P. Niculescu A. . Manea M. Lazar I. A. Mahmood A. Musteata V. D. K Kokmaz F. Mitrica B. Perov T.. Mocanu A. Luţcanu M. Popa V. Ponta O. Petreus O.24.
Sterian R. Stanculescu I. Siddique I. Vornicu L.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Vicaş S. Z Zafar A. Stoica I. Tarnauceanu S. Strugaru I. Sunel V. Simon V. Vlad A. Stanculescu R. Zet Ghe. M. Ursache M. Spinu L. U Udrea L. Virgolici M. Scripcariu L. Todica M. T Taloş F. Sutiman D. Severcan F. Varret F. Stana R. Tufescu F. Simon S. Udrescu L. M. Veresa R. Vuşcan F. Stamate M. Stoica M. M. Rusu C. Sultan Q. Udrea M. Stancu A. Stancu V. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Rotaru A. S Saavedra J. A. Stroia L. O. Sterian P. Vornicu N. 56 . Suvaila R. Zelinschi B.24. Ursu C. B. Simionescu B. C. Trifu A. V Valeanu M. Romania May 23 . Salajan D. E.
Department of Materials Science. New Orleans. Grenoble.-L. (CENIMAT/I3N). University of Hyogo.. Lahore Pakistan 25) Spinu L. Department of Mathematcs. Versailles Cedex. France 10) Iustain C.“Groupe d’Etude de la Matière Condensée” (GEMaC). Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences.. Lahore Pakistan 17) Mahmood T. J. Turkey 14) Kokmaz F. Department of Mathematics COMSATS Institute of Information Technology. Faculty of Biology. A. Dubna. 26) Sultan Q.. Faculty of Science and Technology. Faculty of Science and Technology. Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. Japan 20) Nagano A. Pakistan 22) Neagu E. Physics of Pharmaceuticals" laboratory of Chemagis. Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics. Middle East Technical University of Ankara. Romania May 23 . Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry. 78035 Versailles Cedex. France 4) Craus M. Department of Mathematics COMSATS Institute of Information Technology. Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry. Lahore. Russia 24) Siddique I. Frank Laboratory for Neutron Physics (FLNP) Dubna. Department of Materials Science. CNRS. Moscow. Japan 21) Nazar M. Moscow State University. Pakistan 57 . Department of Materials Science. Department of Mathematcs. Versailles Cedex. France 28) Zafar A.. Institut de la Matière Condensèe et des Nanosciences. Bahauddin Zakariya University.. 8) Inoue T... Faculty of Science and Technology. University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria... 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ FOREING PARTICIPANTS 1) Akhter S. University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille. University of New Orleans.. Israel 11) Isnard O... Russia 5) Dias C.. Grenoble. Pakistan 2) Balasoiu M. Bahawalpur... Pakistan 18) Marat-Mendes J. Université Catholique de Louvain. Institut Néel.. IUCN. The New University of Lisbon. Pakistan 27) Varret F. France 16) Mahmood A.. Russia 3) Codjovi E. Bahauddin Zakariya University. Physics Department. The New University of Lisbon.. The Islamia University.Multan. Portugal 23) Perov T.... “Groupe d’Etude de la Matière Condensée” (GEMaC). Middle East Technical University of Ankara. Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry. Moskovskaia. Cédex 9. Belgium. Joseph Fourier University. The New University of Lisbon.. The Islamia University. University J. API's division of Perrigo Company.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Turkey 15) Linares J. Spain 13) Severcan F.. Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics.. Advanced Materials Research Institute (AMRI).24.. France 12) Ortega Saavedra J. R. Faculty of Biology. University of Hyogo. Bahawalpur. (CENIMAT/I3N).. “Groupe d’Etude de la Matière Condensée” (GEMaC). N.N. University of Hyogo. Institut Néel. Portugal 6) Focşa C. France 7) Garcia Y. (CENIMAT/I3N). Japan 9) Isnard O.. USA. Fourier. Multan. Cédex 9. Portugal 19) Miyamoto S.
In acesta cladire se afla azi Muzeul Literaturii Ramane. fiind una din cele mai frumoase cladiri de acest gen din tara. in prezenta regelui Ferdinand al Romaniei. Romania May 23 . Aici pot fi admirate opere de arta cum sunt: candelabrul din cristal de Venetia sau plafonul pictat de Al. pusa in functiune o data cu deschiderea tetrului. Muzeului de Arta si al Muzeului Stiintei si Tehnici. Gradina Botanica Prima Gradina Botanica din Iasi a fost infiintata in 1856 de medicul si naturalistul Anastasie Fatu.24. in 1963. a fost infiintata in 1953. Manastirea Cetatuia Minastirea Cetatuia este una din cele mai frumoase opere de arta bisericeasca din Moldova. Muzeului Etnografic. in 1870. Goltz. din ora in ora. necunoscut la acea vreme. Impresionanta cladire este astazi sediul Muzeului de Istorie a Moldovei. pentru prima oara poezia “Venere si Madona” a lui Mihai Eminescu. Zona rezervatiei este de fapt o portiune din fundul Marii Sarmatice ce a existat acum 20 milioane de ani. Pogor. format dintr-un ansamblu de opt clopote ce reproduc. Palatul Culturii Lucrarile de constructie au inceput in 1906 iar inaugurarea a avut loc in 1926. dovada fiind fauna fosila din rocile calcaroase de aici. Actuala Gradina Botanica a fost infiintata aproximativ un secol mai tirziu. In aceasta casa. Biserica “Sf. in care au fost tiparite multe carti pentru crestinii din Orient. intre 1855-1858. Sala Voievozilor si Sala Gotica. a reprezentat inceputul iluminatului electric la Iasi. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Atractii turistice Rezervatia Dealul Repedea Situata la 9 Km de Iasi. fiind prima rezervatie geologica din tara. Un loc favorit al vizitatorilor il reprezinta rozariul. A fost locuinta acestuia si apoi sediul Societatii Junimea si al revistei “Convorbiri Literare”. adusa de la Venetia. Aici a functionat o cunoscuta tiparnita cu litere grecesti. Hora Unirii sau celebrele sali. Putem admira orologiul. Casa Memoriala Vasile Pogor Cladirea este monument de arhitectura si a fost construita de vornicul V. Uzina electrica a teatrului. unde sunt peste 800 de specii de trandafiri din diferite zone ale globului. Nicolae Domnesc” 58 . A fost ctitorita de Duca Voda intre 1668-1672. Titu Maiorescu a citit.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. Teatrul National “Vasile Alecsandri” Teatrul a fost inaugurat in 1896.
59 . al XVII –lea si aici au fost unsi aproape toti domnii Moldovei.The 5-th National Conference of Applied Physics _______________________________________________________________________ Iasi. 2013 _______________________________________________________________________ Biserica initiala s-a construit in timpul lui Stefan cel Mare. intre 1481-1482. A fost Catedrala Mitropolitana pina la sfirsitul sec.24. a fost reconstruita din temelii intre 1888-1904. Fiind puternic avariata in urma unor incendii. Romania May 23 .
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