Project documents (requires login) »

 

 

 
 

About the NanoMag project

The objectives of the EU financed NanoMag project are to standardize, improve and redefine analyzing methods of magnetic nanoparticles. Using improved manufacturing technologies, synthesized magnetic nanoparticles with specific properties will be analyzed with a multitude of characterization techniques (focusing on both structural as well as magnetic properties). Bringing the results together will give a self-consistent picture which describes how structural and magnetic properties are interrelated.
  
   

Latest news
Upcoming events

Second NanoMag Stakeholder Meeting and M36 Project Meeting

2016-11-07

The second NanoMag Stakeholder Committee Meeting took place at SP in Stockholm, Sweden, on the 24th of October. In total 11 of the associated stakeholders attended to the meeting. 

The following two days, 25-26th October, were dedicated to the M36 Project Meeting that was held at the same place and very well organized by SP. The meeting had 54 representatives from the consortium partners.

Thanks a lot to everyone who contributed! 

Second NanoMag Stakeholder Committee Meeting at SP in Stockholm, Sweden.

NanoMag M36 Project meeting at SP in Stockholm, Sweden.

Results from NanoMag Survey #3 and #4

2016-11-04

Results from the third and fourth NanoMag surveys are now availabe.

The third survey focused on standardisation and we got 97 responses (65 were complete). A summary of the third survey can be downloaded here.

The fourth, and final, NanoMag survey looked at applications of MNPs and whether available particles limit performance of these applications. We got 38 responses and 28 of these were complete. A summary of the results can be found here

NanoMag M30 Project Meeting

2016-04-29

On the 18th to 20th of April the Nanomag M30 project meeting was held at DTU in Lyngby, just north of Kopenhagen. In total 39 representatives from all partners attended to the meeting. Also the second project review meeting (RV2) was held during these days. The European Commission was represented with Keith Dingwall, our Project Technical Adviser. 

Thanks to all of you who participated and contributed with presentations and a lot of interesting discussions! A special thanks to our friends at DTU for hosting this very nice meeting!

 

International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI)

2017-03-23 Prague, Czech Republic

The 7th International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI 2017) will be held on March 23-24 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic.

Read more >>

INTERMAG Europe 2017

2017-04-24 Dublin, Ireland

The IEEE International Magnetics Conference, INTERMAG Europe 2017, will take place in Dublin, Ireland, between 24th and 28th of April.

Read more >>

 
Project Partners

Project partners

     

This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 604448