Introducing the new members of the Nanoscale Horizons Advisory Board
Welcome to the team!
The Nanoscale Horizons Advisory Board consists of 50 expert scientists working across the breadth of nanoscience and nanotechnology. We are delighted to welcome the following new members.
|Professor Uri Banin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. The Banin lab study the chemistry, physics and application of nanocrystals. A special focus is given to semiconductor nanocrystals and to hybrid metal-semiconductor nanoparticles.|
|Professor Frank Caruso, The University of Melbourne, Australia. The Caruso lab research interests focus on developing advanced nano- and biomaterials for biotechnology and medicine.|
|Professor Paola Ceroni, University of Bologna, Italy. The Ceroni lab research activity can be placed in the field of photochemistry of supramolecular systems and photoactive nanocrystals for imaging and energy conversion (luminescent solar concentrators, artificial photosynthesis and photocatalysis).|
|Professor Shuai Dong, Southeast University, China. The Dong lab research is related to electronic physics and materials, including multiferroic oxide, magnetoelectric coupling effect; related electronic heterojunction, field effect device; new energy materials; superconducting materials.|
|Professor Laura Fabris, Rutgers University, USA. The Fabris lab works on integrating novel nanomaterials chemistry and characterization approaches to computational tools for the design of new plasmonic nanoparticles, with biology and medicine applications.|
|Dr David Leong, National University of Singapore, Singapore. The Leong lab is interested in discovering novel nano-biology of nanomaterials.|
|Professor Paul Mulvaney, University of Melbourne, Australia. The Mulvaney lab is interested in the optical properties of single quantum dots, surface plasmon spectroscopy of single metal particles, nanocrystal based electronics, nanomechanics and solar energy conversion.|
|Professor Ester Segal, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel. The Segal lab is interested in nanostructured materials such as porous silicon and their interface with soft matter e.g. hydrogels, biomolecules, and living cells.|
|Professor Sharon Weiss, Vanderbilt University, USA. The Weiss group engages in research involving photonics, optoelectronics, nanoscience and technology, and material interfaces.|
|Professor Stefan Zauscher, Duke University, USA. The Zauscher lab research lies at the intersection of surface and colloid science, polymer materials engineering, and biointerface science.|
Check out a selection of the nanoscience research carried out by the Advisory Board and published in the nanoscale journal family