Nano Technology Pioneer Joins Nano Chemical Systems Holdings, Inc.: Former Researcher at Bell Laboratories and Consultant to Xerox, DuPont, Samsung, and NEC
Dr. Tomanek studied Physics in Switzerland and received his Ph.D. from the Freie Universitat Berlin. While on a leave of absence from his position as Assistant Professor at the Freie Universitat Berlin, Professor Tomanek pioneered theoretical research in Nanostructures at the AT&T Bell Laboratories and the University of California at Berkeley. He has been awarded the title of a Fellow of the American Physical Society for his seminal contributions to the field of Computational Nanotechnology. He holds a position as Full Professor of Physics at Michigan State University.
Professor Tomanek's scientific expertise lies in the development and application of numerical techniques for structural, electronic, and optical properties of surfaces, low-dimensional systems and nanostructures, in particular computer simulations of fullerenes, nanotubes, ferrofluids, metallic and magnetic clusters. His scholarly research has been supported by Swiss, German and U.S. Government Agencies NSF, ONR, AFOSR, DARPA.
Current in several languages, Professor Tomanek held prestigious positions, such as Research Director at the CNRS in Paris-Orsay, Visiting Professor at the National University of Singapore, Rice University, University of Rome, Visiting Scientist at the Fritz-Haber Institute in Berlin, Professor of Physics at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Distinguished Professor of Physics at Seoul National University, and VTT Professor of Physics at Helsinki University of Technology. He authored or coauthored over 170 scholarly publications, chiefly in the field of Nanotechnology, and presented his research in several hundred invited talks at international conferences, universities, and industrial companies. He holds several patents in the field of Nanotechnology and Bio-Nanotechnology. Professor Tomanek is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Materials Science forum, executive Committee member of the Fullernes Group of the Electrochemical Society, and member of the American and Swiss Physical Society.
Professor Tomanek initiated and organized a series of International Cluster Workshops (ICW'91,ICW'92,ICW'93) and Nanotube Conferences (NY'99, NT'01, NT'02, NT'04, NT'05). He coordinates web-based Nanotechnology information at the Nanotube Site and the Nanotechnology Site. He has been consulting on Nanotechnology related topics for companies such as Xerox, DuPont, Toray, Samsung, NEC and Terastore. To accelerate and promote commercialization of Nanotechnology, he initiated or co-initiated three Nanotechnology companies, namely General Carbon Technologies, nABACUS and nanoTEN Consulting.
Nano Chemical Systems Holdings, Inc. has certain patent applications related to nanostructured TiO2. The Company intends to use this patented technology for the research, testing and eventual manufacture of aerosol products for the protection of textile from UV radiation.
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