2023 - Research.com Materials Science in Spain Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Catalysis, Janus, Active matter and Microfluidics. His Nanotechnology study incorporates themes from Platinum, Mesoporous silica, Mesoporous material, Microscale chemistry and Biomedical engineering. His study in Platinum is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxide, Nickel, Propulsion, Graphite and Metal.
As part of one scientific family, Samuel Sanchez deals mainly with the area of Catalysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Dynamics, and often Drag, Mechanics and Temperature control. His research integrates issues of Microsystem, Magnet, Nanometre and Drug delivery in his study of Active matter. His work on Microfluidic channel and Microfluidic chip as part of general Microfluidics research is frequently linked to Chemical activity and Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Samuel Sanchez mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Astrophysics, Galaxy, Janus and Janus particles. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Mesoporous silica, Catalysis and Mesoporous material. His Mesoporous silica research integrates issues from Nanoparticle and Porosity.
His work in Catalysis covers topics such as Chemical engineering which are related to areas like Hydrogen peroxide. Samuel Sanchez interconnects Spectroscopy and Spectral line in the investigation of issues within Galaxy. The concepts of his Janus study are interwoven with issues in Layer, Silicon dioxide and Active matter.
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Nanotechnology, Galaxy, Mesoporous silica and Catalysis. Samuel Sanchez works on Nanotechnology which deals in particular with Drug delivery. The various areas that Samuel Sanchez examines in his Drug delivery study include Pharmacology and Enzyme.
His research in Mesoporous silica intersects with topics in Nanoparticle and Chemical engineering. As part of the same scientific family, Samuel Sanchez usually focuses on Catalysis, concentrating on Nanorod and intersecting with Mesoporous material and Porosity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Shear flow, External flow and Open-channel flow in addition to Active matter.
Samuel Sanchez spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Enzyme, Active matter and Drug delivery. Samuel Sanchez undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Nanotechnology and Reproducibility in his work. Samuel Sanchez studied Optoelectronics and Nanobottle that intersect with Propulsion.
His Active matter research includes themes of Confined space, Janus particles and Shear flow. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanics, External flow and Open-channel flow. His study in the field of Nanocarriers also crosses realms of Anticancer drug.
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Chemically Powered Micro- and Nanomotors
Samuel Sánchez;Lluís Soler;Jaideep Katuri.
Angewandte Chemie (2015)
Rolled-up nanotech on polymers: from basic perception to self-propelled catalytic microengines
Yongfeng Mei;Alexander A. Solovev;Samuel Sanchez;Oliver G. Schmidt.
Chemical Society Reviews (2011)
Self-propelled micromotors for cleaning polluted water.
Lluís Soler;Lluís Soler;Veronika Magdanz;Vladimir M. Fomin;Samuel Sanchez;Samuel Sanchez.
ACS Nano (2013)
Graphene-Based Microbots for Toxic Heavy Metal Removal and Recovery from Water
Diana Vilela;Jemish Parmar;Yongfei Zeng;Yanli Zhao.
Nano Letters (2016)
Magnetic Control of Tubular Catalytic Microbots for the Transport, Assembly, and Delivery of Micro‐objects
Alexander A. Solovev;Samuel Sanchez;Martin Pumera;Martin Pumera;Yong Feng Mei.
Advanced Functional Materials (2010)
Catalytic Janus motors on microfluidic chip: deterministic motion for targeted cargo delivery.
Larysa Baraban;Denys Makarov;Robert Streubel;Ingolf Mönch.
ACS Nano (2012)
Alexander A. Solovev;Wang Xi;David H. Gracias;Stefan M. Harazim.
ACS Nano (2012)
Development of a sperm-flagella driven micro-bio-robot.
Veronika Magdanz;Samuel Sanchez;Oliver G. Schmidt.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Enzyme-Powered Hollow Mesoporous Janus Nanomotors.
Xing Ma;Anita Jannasch;Urban-Raphael Albrecht;Kersten Hahn.
Nano Letters (2015)
The Mass-Metallicity relation explored with CALIFA: I. Is there a dependence on the star formation rate?
S. F. Sanchez;F. F. Rosales-Ortega;B. Jungwiert;J. Iglesias-Paramo.
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2013)
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