Dr. Parva Chhantyal

Dr. Parva Chhantyal

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MEng. Chemical Engineering, Ph.D. Nanotechnology

After graduating from The University of Manchester with a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering with Energy and Environment in 2013, Parva moved to Leibniz University Hannover in Germany to pursue her PhD degree in Nanotechnology. During her PhD, she also held a Research Assistant position at Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.

Her work experience and PhD specialized in understanding the optical properties of Nano-materials. Since completing her PhD in 2017, she is working at Steinbeis R-Tech as a Project Manager. Her work responsibilities include scientific and project management leading of projects in the area of life-cycle assessment of the production processes and risk analysis of nanomaterials in co-operation with different industrial partners.

Articles from Parva

Thermal Analysis; A Useful Tool for Nanocomposite Analysis

What is Young's Modulus in Nanotechnology?

Advancing Nano-Imaging Using 2D Materials

Atomic Force Microscopy-based Nanoindentation: An Overview

What are Colloidal Nanocrystals?

Consumer Applications of Carbon Nanotubes

What is Nanosafety and Why is it Important?

Using Semiconductor Nanomaterials as Photocatalysts for Water Treatment

How Invisible Graphene Helps Protect Against Pigment Fading in Artwork

The Future of Nano-Robots in Industrial Clean-Up Applications and Drug Delivery

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