Special Issue "Interfacial Phenomena and Nanoparticle Engineering—Spotlight on Early Career Investigators 2021"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2022) | Viewed by 9127
Interests: active drug targeting; biomedical applications of colloids and nanoparticles; biopharmacy; drug absorption; drug delivery; drug release; formulation and evaluation of pharmaceutical dosage forms; hyperthermia-based anticancer treatment; in vivo fate of nanoplatforms; ligand–receptor interactions and nanoparticle endocytosis; long-circulating nanoparticles; magnetic colloids; nanoteranosis; passive drug targeting; PEGylated nanoparticles; pharmaceutical technology; pharmacokinetics; stimuli sensitive nanostructures; surface chemistry and interface science; surface functionalization of nanoparticles
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Early-stage researchers are emerging leaders, and the recognition of their contribution to cutting-edge research and the promotion of their visibility is of vital importance for the advancement of science. Nanostructured materials are attracting huge interest due to a plethora of exciting applications in science and industry. As guest editors of this Special Issue, we are delighted to invite early-career investigators in the field of interfacial phenomena and nanoparticle engineering from all around the world to take part. This Special Issue accepts manuscripts in the form of original research articles or reviews, where the corresponding author is fewer than 12 years from completion of their doctoral degree. This Special Issue aims at bringing together the latest high-quality contributions from talented researchers actively working in all fields of interfacial phenomena and nanoparticle engineering at the early stages of their careers. Manuscripts focusing on the design of nanoparticles with applications related but not limited to engineering, chemistry, physics, biotechnology, and biomedicine are welcomed.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Prof. Dr. Jose L. Arias
Dr. Mazen M. El-Hammadi
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- Carbon-based nanostructures
- Inorganic-based nanostructures
- Organic-based nanostructures
- Composite-based nanostructures
- Nanoparticle engineering
- Interfacial phenomena