Zbigniew Celinski, PhD

Zbigniew Celinski, PhD

Professor, Physics Department

Bio-Physics Interests

  1. Biological Applications for Magnetic Nanoparticles
  2. Characterization of the static and dynamical behavior of magnetic nanoparticles
  3. Growth and production of magnetic nanoparticles

Recent Publications

Ferromagnetic Particles as Magnetic Resonance Imaging Temperature Sensors

J.H. Hankiewicz, Z. Celinski, K.F. Stupic, N.R. Anderson, and R.E. Camley, Nature Communications (in press)

Magnetic Nanodrug Delivery Through the Mucus Layer of Air-Liquid Interface Cultured Primary Normal Human Tracheobronchial Epithelial Cells

E.C. Economou, S. Marinelli, M.C. Smith, A.A. Routt, V. Kravets, H.W. Chu, K. Spendier, Z.J. Celinski. BioNanoScience (in press)

Size dependent microwave properties of ferrite nanoparticles: Application to microwave devices
Bijoy K. Kuanr, V. Veerakumar, K. Lingam, S. R. Mishra, Alka V. Kuanr, R. E. Camley, and Z. Celinski
J. Applied Physics, 105, 07B522 [3 pages] (2009)

Nonreciprocal microwave devices based on magnetic nanowires
Bijoy K. Kuanr, V. Veerakumar, Ryan Marson, Sanjay R. Mishra, R. E. Camley, and Z. Celinski
Applied Physics Letters 94, 202505 (2009)

Research Interests

Biological Applications for Magnetic Nanoparticles