报告人：Luis M. Liz Marzán教授
1Bionanoplasmonics Laboratory, CIC biomaGUNE, Paseo de Miramón 182, 20009,
Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain
2Ikerbasque, Basque Foundation for Science, 48011 Bilbao, Spain
题目: Morphology Control and Directed Assembly of Plasmonic Nanoparticles
地点：909号楼一楼B会议室(Conference Room B, 909-1F)
The assembly of nanoparticle building blocks is a pre-requisite for the amplification of the properties of the components and/or the generation of new features unique to the ensemble. Usually, nanoparticles employed for these assemblies are spherical and lack a geometrical preference toward directional self-assembly, thus limiting their potential applications. In contrast, controlled self-assembly of non-spherical nanoparticles, such as gold nanorods, enables these arrays to form defined 1D, 2D or 3D structures with a vectorial dependence of the desired properties.
I shall mainly focus in this presentation on the growth and shape transformation of gold nanorods, in the presence of different types of surfactants and polymers, with discussion of the effects of surface energy and crystallographic structure.1-3 Additionally, it will be shown how, by playing around with surface properties, directional assembly of the same nanoparticles can be successfully achieved.
Formation of standing 2D and 3D superlattices made of gold nanorods will be demonstrated, either when gemini surfactants are used as capping agents in aqueous solution4 or when ligand exchange allows the use of hydrophobic interactions as a directing field.5,6 The extreme directionality of these assemblies is reflected in the anisotropic optical properties of the crystalline superlattices and allows the design of interesting applications, for example in ultrasensitive detection.7
1. E. Carbó-Argibay et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2007, 49, 8983-8987.
2. E. Carbó-Argibay et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 49, 9397-9340.
3. N. Almora-Barrios, G. Novell-Leruth, P. Whiting, L.M. Liz-Marzán, N. López, Nano Lett. 2014, 14, 871-875.
4. A. Guerrero-Martínez et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 9484-9488.
5. Grzelczak, M.; Sánchez-Iglesias, A.; Mezerji, H. H.; Bals, S.; Pérez-Juste, J.; Liz-Marzán, L. M. Nano Lett. 2012, 12, 4380.
6. A. Sánchez-Iglesias et al., ACS Nano 2012, 6, 11059-11065.
7. R.A. Alvarez-Puebla et al., PNAS 2011,108, 8157-8161.
BsC, MsC in Chemistry, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (1988)
PhD in Chemistry, Universidad de Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (1992)
2006–2012 Full Professor at the Departament of Physical Chemistry, Universidad de Vigo
Aug 2011 Humboldt Research Fellow, Max-Planck-Institute of Colloids and
Interfaces, Golm (Germany)
Aug-Sep 2010 Humboldt Research Fellow, University of Hamburg (Germany)
Jul 2010 Wilsmore Fellow, University of Melbourne (Australia)
Aug 2008 Visiting Professor, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA)
Jul – Aug 2005 Visiting Professor, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
1997 –2005 Titular Professor, Universidad de Vigo
1995 –1997 Assistant Professor, Universidad de Vigo
Ene – May 1995 Assistant Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
1993 – 1995 Associate Researcher (postdoc), Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
1989-1992 F.P.I. Scholar, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
l Co-author of >300 papers and 16 book chapters
l Co-inventor of 6 patents (2 licensed)
l >19.000 citations, h-index = 72, 70 ISI highly cited papers
l Listed in Essential Science Indicators (ISI) in the categories of Chemistry and MaterialsScience, since 2004.
l 44 journal covers.
l Principal Investigator of >20 national / European projects
l Principal Investigator of 6 major contracts with companies
l >150 Invited Talks at conferences (27 plenary); >125 invited seminars
l Supervised 16 PhD theses (+10 currently running)
l Supervised >30 post-doctoral researchers
l Senior Editor of the ACS journal Langmuir, since 2009
l Member of the Board of Reviewing Editors of Science.
l Member of the Executive Editorial Board of Particle&Particle Systems Characterization (Wiley)
l Member of the editorial boards of Chemistry of Materials, ACS Nano, Journal ofMaterials Chemistry B, Nano Today, Chemistry – A European Journal, AdvancedOptical Materials, ChemistryOpen, Theranostics, and Hybrid Materials.
l Has been member of the editorial boards of Langmuir (2004-2008), Journal of PhysicalChemistry (2009-2011), Journal of Materials Chemistry (2003-2012), Journal of Colloidand Interface Science (2006-2008).
l Co-editor of 2 books: “Nanoscale Materials”, “Low-Dimensional Systems. Theory,Preparation, and Some Applications”, both published by Kluwer in 2003.
l Guest Editor of special issues of MRS Bulletin (2001), J. Mater. Chem. (2006),Langmuir (2009 y 2012), Part. Part. Syst. Charact. (2014) and Chem. Soc. Rev. (2014).
Awards and Honors
l Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
l A.v. Humboldt Research Award (2009)
l Physical Chemistry Award of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (2009)
l President of the Colloids and Interfaces Division of the Spanish Royal Society ofChemistry (2009-2013)
l DuPont Award for Science (2010)
l Burdinola Research Award (2011)
l Author Profile in Angewandte Chemie (2011)
l Fellow of the Optical Society of America (2012)
l ACS Nano Lectureship Award (2012)
l Langmuir Lecturer 2012
l ECIS Rhodia Prize 2013
l ERC Advanced Grant (2011-2016)
Other Relevant Activities
l Organizer of 18 conferences/workshops
l Scientific Advisory Board Member of >25 conferences
l Project Evaluator for funding agencies in Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Russia,Israel, Cyprus, Ireland, Denmark, UK, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, France,Austria, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, HongKong, ERC and European Comission.
l Member of the Science Board of the Particulate Fluids Processing Centre, University ofMelbourne (2007-2009).ERC Grants Panel Member (2011-)
l Member of the Advisory Board of the Master on Nanotechnology at the Universidad deAveiro (Portugal).
l Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of NEXT (Nano, EXtreme measurments andTheory initiative, Toulouse).
l Member of the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) Standing Committee of ExternalEvaluators for Materials Science & Applied Physics
Current Research Interests:
l Synthesis and growth mechanisms of metal nanoparticles with controlled composition,size and morphology.
l Creation of colloidal composites, nanostructured films and organized nanoparticleassemblies in one, two and three dimensions.
l Optical properties of nanoparticles and nanostructures.
l Nanoplasmonics and plasmon enhanced spectroscopy.
l Interactions of nanoparticles with biological systems.
l Use of metal nanoparticles as biosensors.
Use of metal nanoparticles as catalysts.