Eric Cardona Romani, Ph.D, PD & I Coordinator of the SENAI Institute for Innovation in Virtual Systems, Brazil visited PrintG Laboratory on 24th october 2019. He was warmly welcomed by the Director of PrintG Dr.Eng. I Made Joni and Secretary Dr.Eng. Camellia Panatarani. Eric Cardona Romani, Ph.D areas of expertise Experimental Condensed Matter Physics working with carbon-based nanostructured materials in the following subjects: graphene, oxidized graphene, graphene quantum dots, graphene doping, 3D graphene printing and nanotribology. He completed his undergraduate, from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (2008), obtained a Master’s degree in Physics in 2011 and a PhD in Physics in 2015.
Eric Cardona Romani, Ph.D has several publications in peer-reviewed International Journals. A short discussion was held with the members of PrintG regarding the recent publications on graphitization and photoluminescence material. Prof. Made also discussed the recent project we obtained in ‘Nano bubble in Waste water treatmen ’ and possible collaboration with Eric Cardona Romani, since his area of expertise especially on nano material would be useful for both the sides.
Eric Cardona Romani, Ph.D visited PrintG laboratory and discussed the working of beads milling process, spray pyrolysis, pulse combustion spray pyrolysis and the type of nanoparticles prepared in PrintG and its application. He also had a look into the nanobubble technology developed by PrintG for enhancing the fish production. Through this meeting Eric CArdona Romani, know about the research work going on in PrintG and hopefully will come up with some collaboration that would be efficient for building up the research activities.