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8th Edition of World Nanotechnology Conference

March 18-20, 2024

March 18 -20, 2024 | Singapore
World Nano 2024

Azeez Abdullah Barzinjy

Azeez Abdullah Barzinjy, Speaker at Nanomaterials Conference
Soran University, Iraq
Title : Eutectic-based ionic liquids: A novel medium for synthesizing metal and metal oxide nanoparticles


In the last decade, ionic liquids have attracted great interest both in scientific research world and amongst the most diverse technological and industrial sectors. This fact, together with the growing contribution of the industrial sector, is turning the ionic liquids into a key component for the most diverse fields of science, such as nanotechnology, electrochemistry, green chemistry, physics, materials science and engineering and many others. In general, ionic liquids are salts formed by very asymmetric and large ions, due to which they have attractive cation-anion forces weaker than those that occur in conventional ionic salts, such as table salt, which causes them to

Therefore, ionic liquids have been used as solvents for nanoparticle synthesis with a wide variety of sizes and morphologies. On the other hand, eutectic-based ionic liquids are gaining popularity as a potential substitute for ionic liquids because of their lower cost and biodegradability. The surface morphology of the ZnO NPs confirmed using scanning electron microscopic images revealing the mostly spherical in shape and some n-pointed stars and transmission electron microscopy images confirms that NPs are sub-100 nm in range. Thermogravimetric analysis verified the thermal stability with phase purity, resulting in the formation of the single-phase crystalline ZnO NPs. The high stability and dispersion of NPs in water confirms the interaction of eutectic-based ionic liquid molecules on the surface of the NPs with water. ZnO NPs incorporated in PVA thin films show strong UV–Vis absorption confirming use of these transparent thin films for UV-shielding applications.


Dr Azeez Abdullah Barzinjy was born in Erbil-Iraq. He received his BSc. (Physics) and M.Sc. (Superconducting transmission line) from the University of Salahaddin-Erbil in 1998 and 2004, respectively. He completed his PhD (Materials Science) at the Materials Science centre, University of Leicester/UK in 2014. He is currently Associated Professor at Scientific Research Centre in Soran University and teaching in Tishk International University in Iraq. He participated in many international and local conferences as a keynote speaker and he published many highly impact scientific articles. His current research interests include Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles, metal electroplating from novel ionic liquids and investigating their properties, solar selective coating, surface plasmon resonance and nanotechnology. He is currently supervising several master and PhD students in different universities. He Organized 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th , 5th and 6th International Nanotechnology workshop from 2017-2022 with his colleague at Tishk International University. Erbil, Iraq-He participated in several international and local conferences as a keynote speaker, scientific committee, international advisory board, organization committee and presenter.

He is member of:

1- American Physical Society since 2008.

2- American Chemical Society since 2011.

3- Royal Society of Chemistry since 2011.

4- Leicester ionic liquids group since 2011.

5- International Nanotechnology association since 2019.