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Dr. Professor Dino Fiorani, Director of the Institute of the Structure of Matter (Rome, Italy) visited the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University last week. During his meeting with Andrey Klemeshev, Rector of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Professor Fiorani shared his idea of joint research with the IKBFU.
Professor Dino Fiorani:
"The Institute of the Structure of Matter has been cooperating with the IKBFU Laboratory of New Magnetic Materials headed by Valeria Rodionova for several years. We have been running joint research projects, which are definitely of mutual interest. During my visit to the IKBFU, I was happy to participate in the discussion of internationalization of education and research. I had a productive meeting with a group of scientists from the IKBFU. We have a common vision of what international research is, so we spoke about our joint plans within the "5 -100" Programme. I have every reason to believe that our further cooperation will be successful. Both institutes work on thin film structures designed for magnetic storage devices as well as on magnetization reversal in cylindrical symmetry systems. Over the past year, we have done research on the synthesis and properties of new magnetic materials for biomedicine, particularly for targeted drug delivery. The IKBFU research team are young and creative. I am convinced that they fill benefit professionally from doing joint research. Cooperation between our laboratories is very important to us, because it boosts interest to new magnetic materials and to science as such".
Valeria Rodionova, the Laboratory of New Magnetic Materials, IKBFU:
"Professor Dino Fiorani is one of the key figures in nanoparticles research. It is an honour and privilege to work with him and his team. Several researchers from the IKBFU have visited the Institute of the Structure of Matter. Needless to say, we benefited enormously from this study visit in terms of new competences, plans and ideas. I am sure the opportunities that the “5-100” Programme offers will bring new advances in nanoparticles research”.