Alireza Bagherpour

Alireza Bagherpour
University of Namur | FUNDP · Research Centre in Physics of Matter and Radiation (PMR)

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Introduction
Recently I am doing my PhD at the University of Namur in the field of Material Science and Engineering. In this context, I am developing innovative thin film coatings and measuring their residual stress by novel on-line method. I have co-published Five(5) journal articles and presented several papers in the international conferences in collaboration with my academic peers.
Education
September 2015 - October 2017
University of Tehran
Field of study
  • Materials Science & Engineering

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Publications (12)
Poster
Carbon-based coatings have drawn attention in the last decades because of their eye-catching properties. The commercial interest of amor-phous carbon coatings is significant, as they are used in a large variety of applications as protec-tive tribological coating, radiation protection, electron field emitters, and biomedicine1,2. Hy-drogenated amorp...
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In recent years, there is great attention on the L-Arginine (Arg) which is a unique, non-toxic, and biocompatible green material because it can be utilized as an agent for the functionalization then stabilization of magnetite [Fe3O4] nanoparticles (MNPs) against oxidation and aggregation during or after synthesis procedure. Our studies demonstrate...
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L-Arginine (Arg or R) is a non-toxigenic, metabolically versatile and conditionally essential amino acid. Single-pot synthesis of Arg modified magnetic nanoparticles (RMNPs) was achieved using magnetite [Fe3O4] nanoparticles (MNPs) and binary function of Arg as a functional group and an alkali precipitator. This modification is supposed to offer se...
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L-Arginine (Arg or R) is a non-toxigenic, metabolically versatile and conditionally essential amino acid. Single-pot synthesis of Arg modified magnetic nanoparticles (RMNPs) was achieved using magnetite [Fe3O4] nanoparticles (MNPs) and binary function of Arg as a functional group and an alkali precipitator. This modification is supposed to offer se...
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In this paper, the effects of pearlitizing on the as cast and as heat-treated microstructures of austenitic manganese steel (named Hadfield steel) were evaluated. The samples with different contents of carbon and manganese were produced using induction furnace and precision casting method. The as-cast, annealed, and solution treated microstructural...
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Due to the numerous biological applications of magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles (MNPs), it is essential to identify the influence of these nanoparticles on basic biological processes. Therefore, in this research, the effect of MNPs on the structure and activity of hen egg white lysozyme (HEWL) (EC 3.2.1.1) as a model protein was examined using trypt...
Conference Paper
Peptide amyloid aggregation is a cause of multiple human pathologies termed amyloid diseases. In this study, Arginine (Arg) capped magnetic nanoparticles (Fe3O4@Arg or AMNPs) were synthesized and the structural and morphological properties of as-obtained products were characterized by techniques such as XRD, SEM, VSM, FT-IR spectroscopy and Zeta po...
Conference Paper
L-Arginine (Arg) a conditionally essential and one of the most metabolically versatile amino acids, has been found to be naturally nontoxic. Magnetic [Fe3O4] nanoparticles (MNPs), modified with Arg as the functional group, can provide biocompatibility, surface functionalization, and stabilization, thus providing many advantages and promoting effici...
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In recent years, there has been a considerable interest in L-Arginine (Arg) which is a unique, non-toxic, and biocompatible green material since it can be utilized as an agent for the functionalization and subsequent stabilization of magnetite [Fe3O4] nanoparticles (MNPs) against oxidation and aggregation, during or after a synthesis procedure. Our...
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The study of the interaction of nanoparticles (NPs) with proteins is of great importance due to its relevance in several fields including nano-biosafety, nano-bioscience, nano-biomedicine, and nano-biotechnology.
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Due to the superiority of nanostructures to coarse-grained materials, nowadays, much attention has been paid to the use of nanoparticles in the medical field and Nano-biotechnology has grown dramatically. Magnetic nanoparticles with biocompatible coatings are only nanostructures that approved by the Food and Drug Administration for medical applicat...

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Projects (3)
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The grand objective is to elucidate the fundamental deformation and fracture mechanisms taking place in hybrid nanolaminates (NL) under various loading conditions towards the development of coatings with high toughness and high tribology performances.
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The aim of our project was synthesizing functionalized magnetic nanoparticle to protect protein against toxicity and selectively isolation. Also we worked on stabilizing and modifying the activity of lysozyme as a model protein with three different density of arginine coated magnetic nanoparticles and we did it.
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To study the Lysozyme protein behavior in presence and not presence of bare and coated magnetic nanoparticles.