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G. Ali Mansoori

G. Ali Mansoori, PhD
Department of Bioengineering
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

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Biography

Dr. G. Ali Mansoori currently is a professor of bioengineering and chemical engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He completed his PhD at the University of Oklahoma in 1969 with a dissertation on “A Variational Approach to the Equilibrium Thermodynamic Properties of Simple Liquids and Phase Transitions” and did post-doctoral work at Rice University. Dr. Mansoori’s field of research is atomic and molecular nanotechnology, molecular based study of disease diagnostic methods and therapeutic agents, nanobiostructures design (nanoclusters, nanoconjugates, nanoparticles), phase transitions, ab initio methods, density functional and molecular dynamics simulations, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics. Dr. Mansoori has developed and has been teaching two courses at UIC on the subject of this talk for the past six years, one of which is Atomic & Molecular Nanotechnology and the other (co-developed and co-teaching) is Nanobiotechnology. He is also the author of two recent books on the subject of his talk which are “Principles of Nanotechnology” and “Molecular Building Blocks for Nanotechnology”. Dr. Mansoori is the author of over 340 other research papers and books. For his research achievements he has received numerous recognitions including the UNESCO medal of fundamental science, Algorithm scientific international award and the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences Kapitsa gold medal.

Research Interest

Dr. G. Ali Mansoori's research interests include:
Thermodynamics, nanotechnology, molecular based study of disease diagnostic methods and therapeutic agents, molecular based study of arterial blockage / fouling in petroleum and natural gas industries, nanobiostructures design (nanoclusters, nanoconjugates, nanoparticles), phase transitions, density functional theory, molecular dynamics simulations, statistical mechanics.

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