We investigate new materials composed of Quantum dots and graphene using self-assembled systems obtained with surfactant and polymers previously characterized by the group. The main objective is to obtain a rational basis for the use of these nanomaterials in their numerous technological applications. Therefore, we study the effect of the self-assembled materials on the structure and properties of these new nanomaterials.
Publications:Evolution of the Raman Spectrum with the Chemical Composition of Graphene Oxide. (2017)
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 20489−20497, 2017
Influence of 3D aggregation on the photoluminescence dynamics of CdSe quantum dot films (2017)
Journal of Luminescence, 183, 113–120, 2017
Langmuir-Blodgett Methodology: a Versatile Technique to Build 2D Material Films (2017)
Two-dimensional Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Potential Applications, ISBN 978-953- 51-4813- 5, 2016, Chapter 2, 21-42.
Development and In Vitro Evaluation of a Novel Drug Delivery System (Albumin Microspheres Containing Liposomes) Applied to Vancomycin. (2016)
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 105, 2180-2187, 2016.
Modulating the Optoelectronic Properties of Silver Nanowires Films: Effect of Capping Agent and Deposition Technique. (2015)
Materials 8 (11), 7622-7633, 2015.