Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Department of Chemistry
University: University of New Mexico
Country: United States
Jonas G. Croissant is working as a visiting Assistant Professor in Managing and publishing multidisciplinary nanobiotechnology collaborative engineering projects, Engineered silica hybrid-based transparent superhydrophobic nanocoatings, and teaching chemical engineering and scientific communication courses. He completed his Phd. in Chemical Engineering at National School of Chemistry Montpellier in France. He did his B.S. and M.S. in Chemistry at University of Montpellier which is in France.
His research interests are mainly focused on Sol-gel design of porous and non-porous organosilica nanomaterials: mesoporous silica, periodic mesoporous organosilica, and bridged silsesquioxane nanomaterials. Engineering biodegradable silica hybrid nanomaterials. Nanomedicine: imaging, drug delivery, photothermal and photodynamic therapies.
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