报告标题：B揽胜IDGED OEnclaveGANO-SILICAS FOCR-V VE劲客SATILE APPLICATIONS
报告人：Michel WONG CHI MAN，
Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, Laboratory AM2N, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier, France
摘要：Bridged silsesquioxane is an interesting family of hybrid silicas obtained by the hydrolysis of organosilanes consisting of at least two hydrolysable trialkoxysilyl groups. BS prepared from suitably conceived molecular precursors combine the properties of the organic fragments with those of the silica matrix offering the possibility to obtain multifunctional materials with fine-tuned properties for challenging fields of interests.1 In this presentation, some examples of functional BS for application in several fields (structuring,2 catalysis,3,4 solid state lighting,5 sensors6 and drug delivery systems7-12) will be discussed.
Bio : Michel WONG CHI MAN is a senior CNRS researcher (Research Director). He received a Ph.D. from the University of Montpellier 2 in 1987 and then did a postdoc as a Alexander von Humboldt fellow at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. He is an expert in organosilicon and hybrid silica chemistry and has published over 150 articles in these fields. He has been an invited guest professor or scientist at several universities or institutions: University Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain ; Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation , Lucas Heights, Australia ; University of Western Sydney, Australia ; National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS-MANA), Tsukuba, Japan ; Alexander von Humboldt short stay ; University of Liège (February 2015) and is Laureate of the "Programme de Chaires Franco-Brésiliennes dans l’état de São Paulo" (21st September – 21st December 2015).His main research interests focus on the functionalization of hybrid silica (mainly bridged silsesquioxanes) which he develops in several different areas: controlled structuring through weak forces to finely tune their properties, reactive C-Si bonds to create porous and degradable silica, supported catalysis for recyclability, solid phase extraction for the purification of water waste; photoluminescence for energy saving and enhancement and stimuli-responsive hybrid silica nanoparticles for drug delivery. He has served on the French Scientific Research Council as a member of the National committee evaluators for Section 12 (Architectures moléculaires; synthèses, mécanismes et propriétés) from 2000 to 2003 and also as a member of the French University Council (Physics Department – Section 28) from 2006 to 2008. He was also an external expert reviewer for the evaluation of the CEA-DAM (Département des Applications Militaires) at CEA-Le Ripault in 2012. He is also serving on the Board of the ISGS (International Sol-Gel Society) since 2011.