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Victor Sebastian's Biography

Victor Sebastian, Full Professor, University of Zaragoza

Dr. Victor Sebastian Cabeza, is Full Professor within the Chemical Engineering Department and the Nanoscience and Materials Institute of Aragon at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). Victor Sebastian obtained his PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Zaragoza (2008). Dr. Sebastian has enjoyed numerous research stays as invited and Post-Doc researcher at several excellent research centers: University of Aveiro (Portugal), The European Membrane Institute (France), the Mainz Institute of Microtechnology (Germany), SINTEF (Norway), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT-USA).

Dr. Sebastian is a dedicated scientist in the field of Chemical and Nanomaterials Engineering (235 publications in top Journals, 2 patents, 6 book chapters, h index= 44 with more than 6400 cites -SCOPUS, in addition to more than 120 presentations at scientific meetings). His work has been highlighted in 19 main covers in high impact journals. Dr. Sebastian is actively leading innovative research in the field of nanomaterials engineering using microfluidic reactors as a platform to control de reaction conditions to tune the wide range of properties of nanomaterials. Dr. Sebastian has obtained in the last years several prestigious awards: -Fulbright Scholarship from US council (2009), Marie Curie-Career Integration Grant (2012) -Burgen Scholarship Award (2014) awarded from the Academia Europaea and the Juan López de Peñalver-Medal (2016) awarded by the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering, the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Award in the category “Contribution for a better society” (2017), the Resomer17 Award (2018) awarded by Evonik, Research grant "Ciencias de la Vida y de la Materia correspondiente" awarded by Fundación Ramón Areces (2021) and Leonardo Grant awarded by Fundación BBVA (2021).

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Microfluidics, A Versatile Tool to Produce High Quality Nanomaterials in Continuous Flow

Thursday, 5 October 2023 at 10:15

Add to Calendar ▼2023-10-05 10:15:002023-10-05 11:15:00Europe/LondonMicrofluidics, A Versatile Tool to Produce High Quality Nanomaterials in Continuous FlowFlow Chemistry Asia 2023 in Tokyo, JapanTokyo,

In the last decade, the synthesis of nanomaterials with controlled size, shape and composition has received great interest due to their unique properties, enhancing their application in a plethora of fields: biomedicine, molecular diagnosis, biosensing, catalysis, energy, optics and electronics. Consequently, the controlled synthesis of nanomaterials has attracted significant attention because their properties are directly determined by their morphological and chemical features. However, there are urgent problems originated from very recent and practical demands in nanomaterial synthesis and the not straightforward scale-up of the successful laboratory-adapted protocols to an industrial level. This lecture will provide an overview of the adoption of microfluidic flow chemistry in the synthesis of inorganic, organic and hybrid nanomaterials. Microfluidics allows a novel process control window of well-defined nanomaterials, where the counterparts produced in conventional batch-type reactors are replicated but with an excellent control in size distribution, shape, and chemical composition.

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