Physicist, Doctor, User of nanotechnology products
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
After my PhD research, which was devoted to developing a new kind luminescent/sensor organic thins films, I have become interested in the devising and synthesis of new materials with optical properties (non linear, luminescent, electroluminescent, chiral and photochromic properties). The implementation of these active films on photonic structures was also conducted during the PhD period and has increased my curiosity on such filed where photonic and plasmonic structures are combined with luminescent and optically active elements. Currently, I am still looking for further increase my knowledge on photofunctional thin films and plasma techniques (topics related to my PhD). Optical sensors and biosensors (topics related to both PhD and Postdoctoral periods) are interested applied field among others.
Interested in nanomaterials with optical properties (non linear, luminescent, electroluminescent, chiral and photochromic properties).
Looking to further acquire a deeper knowledge in photonics and plasmonics. Particularly fluorescent enhancement process.
Also interested in plasma treatments and deposition processes.
11. Plasma Deposition of Perylene-Adamantane Nanocomposite Thin Films for NO2 Room Temperature Optical Sensing.
Francisco J. Aparicio, Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Juan R. Sánchez-Valencia, Juan C. González, María Alcaire Agustín. R, González-Elipe and Ángel Barranco.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012, 116 (15) 8731–8740.
10. Microwave-assisted synthesis and luminescence of mesoporous RE-doped YPO4 (RE = Eu, Ce, Tb and Ce+Tb) nanophosphors with lenticular shape.
Sonia. Rodríguez-Liviano, Francisco J. Aparicio, Teresa C. Rojas, Ana B Hungría, Lidia E. Chinchilla and Manuel Ocaña.
Crystal Growth & Design, 2012 12 (2), 635–645.
9. Soft Plasma Processing of Organic Nanowires: a New Route for the Fabrication of 1D Organic Heterostructures and the Template Synthesis of Inorganic 1D Nanostructures.
María Alcaire, Juan R. Sánchez-Valencia, Francisco J. Aparicio, Zineb Saghi, Juan C. González-González, Youssed Oulad, Agustín. R, González-Elipe, Paul Midgley, Juan P. Espinós, Pierangelo Gröening and Ana Borrás.
8. Transparent Nanometric Organic Luminescent Films as UV-Active Components in Photonic Structures.
Francisco J. Aparicio, Miguel Holgado, Ana Borrás, Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Amadeu Griol, Carlos A. Barrios, Rafael Casquel, Francisco J. Sanza, Hans Sohlström, Mikael Antelius, Agustín R. González-Elipe and Ángel Barranco.
6. "Procedure for Marking, Encryption, Labelling and Optical Coding" (International Patent)
Ángel Barranco Quero, Agustín Rodríguez González-Elipe, Juan Ramón Sánchez Valencia, Francisco Javier Aparicio Rebollo, Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Miguel Holgado Bolaños, Rafael Casquel del Campo, J. Luis Ocaña Moreno, Carlos Molpeceres Álvarez, Juan José Gª-Ballesteros Ramírez and Miguel Morales Furió.
5. Conformal growth of organic luminescent planar defects within artificial opals.
Francisco J. Aparicio, Gabriel Lozano, Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Ángel Barranco and Hernán Míguez.
Chemistry of Materials, 2010, 22 (2), 379–385.
4. Luminescent and Optical Properties of Nanocomposite Thin Films Deposited by Remote Plasma Polymerization of Rhodamine 6G.
Francisco J. Aparicio, Ana Borrás, Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Pierangelo Gröening, Alberto Álvarez-Herrero, Marianela Fernández-Rodríguez, Agustín R. González-Elipe and Ángel Barranco.
Plasma Processes and Polymers, 2009, 6 (1), 17–26.
COVER PICTURE Plasma Processes and Polymers, 2009 6 (1).
3. Optically Active Luminescent Perylene Thin Films Deposited by Plasma Polymerization.
Iwona Blaszczyk-Lezak, Francisco J. Aparicio, Ana Borrás, Ángel Barranco, Alberto Álvarez-Herrero,Marianela Fernández-Rodríguez, and A. R. González-Elipe.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2009, 113 (1), 431–438.
2. Optically Active Thin Films Deposited by Plasma Polymerization of Dye Molecules.
Ángel Barranco, Francisco Aparicio, Angel Yanguas-Gil, Pierangelo Gröening, José Cotrino, and Agustín R. González-Elipe.
Chemical Vapor Deposition, 2007, 13 (6-7), 319–325.
1. Visual gas Sensors Based on Dye Thin Films and Resonant Waveguide Gratings.
L. Davoine, M. Schnieper, A. Barranco and F. J. Aparicio.
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