Michael J. Sailor 教授--讲座

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 浙江省外专千人计划引进专家Michael J. Sailor教授将于10.15-11.13期间访问有机硅实验室并开展学术交流活动。预计以Porous Silicon为题进行8场讲座。

讲座一:Intro To Porous Silicon

时间:10.18 14:00-16:00


讲座二:Semiconductor Fundamentals

时间:10.19 14:00-16:00


讲座三:Gravimetric measurements of Porous Silicon

时间:10.23 14:00-16:00


讲座四:Fundamentals of Porous Silicon preparation

时间:10.24 14:00-16:00


讲座五:Optical Characterization of Porous Silicon

时间:10.29 14:00-16:00


讲座六:Photonic Crystals

时间:10.30 14:00-16:00


讲座七:Photoluminescence of Porous Silicon

时间:11.7 14:00-16:00


讲座八:Chemistry of Porous Silicon

时间:11.8 14:00-16:00



Michael J. Sailor 教授简介


 Michael .J. Sailor教授是加州大学圣地亚哥分校的杰出教授,是化学、电化学、纳米材料科学尤其是多孔硅系统方向的专家。






|Advanced Materials, ACS Sensor, ACS Nano, Applied Physics Letters, Nanoscale Horizons, Advanced Healthcare Materials等杂志的编辑顾问委员


Michael J. Sailor教授致力于多孔硅材料的研究,在生物材料、生物传感器、电化学方面具有杰出的成就。


1.     基于多孔硅材料的药物传递

2.     化学、生物化学传感器的设计制备

3.     基于多孔硅的光致发光设计体内监测成像技术


Michael J. Sailor教授已发表233篇学术论文,总影响因子88,引用次数超过27000次。

1. Heinrich, J.L., Curtis, C.L., Credo, G.M., Kavanagh, K.L., and Sailor, M.J., "Luminescent colloidal Si suspensions from porous Si." Science, 1992. 255: p. 66-8. First report of micro-and nano-particles prepared from porous Si. The ultrasound method described here is still the leading means to prepare particles of electrochemically etched porous Si.

2. Lin, V.S.-Y., Motesharei, K., Dancil, K.S., Sailor, M.J., and Ghadiri, M.R., "A Porous Silicon-Based Optical Interferometric Biosensor." Science, 1997. 278(5339): p. 840-3. First porous Si biosensor paper. Showed the interference spectrum from a porous Si film can be used as a label-free biosensor. Licensed to Silicon Kinetics, inc., who has been marketing a porous Si-based biosensor since May, 2008.

3. Li, Y.Y., Cunin, F., Link, J.R., Gao, T., Betts, R.E., Reiver, S.H., Chin, V., Bhatia, S.N., and Sailor, M.J., "Polymer Replicas of Photonic Porous Silicon For Sensing and Drug Delivery Applications." Science, 2003. 299 (5615), 2045-2047. First demonstration of the use of porous Si as a template to generate nanostructured polymers. Technology licensed to Spinnaker Biosciences, inc.

4. Park, J.-H.; Gu, L.; Maltzahn, G. v.; Ruoslahti, E.; Bhatia, S. N.; Sailor, M. J., “Biodegradable luminescent porous silicon nanoparticles for in vivo applications,” Nature Mater. 2009, 8, 331-336. First in-vivo use of intrinsically luminescent Si nanoparticles. Shows that 150 nm-scale porous Si nanoparticles overcome many of the disadvantages of smaller (< 6 nm) inorganic nanocrystals (CdSe, for example). This work is important for its low in vivo toxicity and its demonstration of in vivo imaging with an intrinsically luminescent Si nanocrystal. In 2012, it was selected by the editors of Nature Materials as one of the "landmark articles" published in the journal over the past ten years.

5. Kim, D.; Zuidema, J. M.; Kang, J.; Pan, Y.; Wu, L.; Warther, D.; Arkles, B.; Sailor, M. J., "Facile Surface Modification of Hydroxylated Silicon Nanostructures Using Heterocyclic Silanes." J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138 (46), 15106-15109. Introduced a new means to quickly and efficiently modify nanoparticle surfaces using heterocyclic silane reagents.