2 Oct 2014
Researcher Jeong-Hwan Kim plays football on OIST campus.
Type: Photo
25 Jul 2014
Panagiotis Grammatikopoulos in the OIST Nanoparticles by Design Unit simulates the interactions of particles that are too...
Type: News Article
25 Jul 2014
Grammatikopoulos created this simulation of palladium nanoparticles colliding at 1000 Kevin, or about 727 degrees Celsius. At this hot temperature, the nanoparticles meet, fuse, and crystallize,...
Type: Video
Palladium Nanoparticles at Different Temperatures
25 Jul 2014
Grammatikopoulos simulated two palladium nanoparticles colliding at different temperatures. The hotter the temperature, the more homogenous the resulting product, and the further the atoms in the...
Type: Photo
Grammatikopoulos and his Supercomputer
25 Jul 2014
Panagiotis Grammatikopoulos stands in the OIST server room with the supercomputer that runs the necessary calculations for his simulations. 
Type: Photo
25 Jul 2014
Grammatikopoulos created this simulation of palladium nanoparticles colliding at 300 Kevin, or about 27 degrees Celsius. The nanoparticles meet, then fuse, then crystallize in orderly planes.
Type: Video
9 May 2014
This video shows Palladium nanoparticles colliding and fusing in a hydrogen gas atmosphere, imaged live in OIST's Environmental Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM). On the left side, you see a...
Type: Video
9 May 2014
Mukhles Sowwan’s Nanoparticles by Design Unit does just what the name suggests; it designs custom nanoparticles.  However, creating nanoparticles is only...
Type: News Article
9 May 2014
Palladium nanoparticles in hydrogen gas as visualized in the Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM).  The panels show two nanoparticles merging together to form one.  In the first panel...
Type: Photo
9 May 2014
Environmental TEM during construction and after completion.
Type: Photo
9 May 2014
Cathal Cassidy taking the nanoparticles on the long walk over the Skywalk between the lab and the TEM.
Type: Photo
9 May 2014
Sealing up the holder.  All of these steps take place within the atmosphere-controlled glove box.
Type: Photo
Subscribe to Nanoparticles by Design Unit (Mukhles Ibrahim Sowwan)