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Pavle Radovanovic

Associate Professor

Pavle RadovanovicNanotechnology

Room: QNC-4619

Extension: 38144


Website: Pavle Radovanovic


Our research program is generally concerned with the concept of multi-functionality in reduced dimensions, and the applications of multifunctional nanosystems for addressing important chemical, physical, bio-medical, and technological problems. Specifically, we are interested in synthesis, fundamental physical and chemical properties, and applications of rationally designed nanostructured materials that combine tunable optical, electrical and magnetic properties.

Recent publications

  • Sun, X.; Hegde, M.; Wang, J.; Zhang, Y.; Radovanovic, P. V.; Cui, B. “Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Spinel Li4Ti5O12 Nanocomposites as Anode for Lithium-Ion Battery”, Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 2014, 9, 1583-1596.
  • Wang, T.; Chirmanov, V.; Chiu, W. H. M; Radovanovic, P. V. “Generating Tunable White Light by Resonance Energy Transfer in Transparent Dye-Conjugated Metal Oxide Nanocrystals” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 135, 14520-14523.
  • Hegde, M., Hosein, I. D., Radovanovic, P. V. “Introducing and Manipulating Magnetic Dopant Exchange Interactions in III-V Semiconductor Nanowires” SPIE, 2013, 8813, 8813-97.
  • Sabergharesou, T.; Wang, T.; Radovanovic, P. V. "Electronic Structure and Magnetic Properties of sub-3 nm Diameter Mn-Doped SnO2 Nanocrystals and Nanowires" Appl. Phys. Lett. 2013, 103, 012401/1-5.
  • Sun, X.; Bai, X.; Wang, Y.; Hegde, M.; Hosein, I. D.; Radovanovic, P. V.; Guo, Y. G.; Cui, B. “Comparison of structural analysis and electrochemical studies of C-Li4Ti5O12 and CNT-Li4Ti5O12 nanocomposites particles used as anode for lithium ion battery” MRS Proc., 2013, 1541, mrss13-1541-f09-01.
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