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Francisco Mariano Neto

  • PhD
  • Post-doctoral fellow
  • Universidade de Sao Paulo
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Recent publications

  • Evaluation and characterization of the encapsulation/entrapping process of octyl methoxycinnamate in ordered mesoporous silica type SBA-15

    • Daneluti A
    • Neto F
    • Velasco M
    • et al.
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  • SAXS investigation of SBA-15 vacuum calcination process

    • Mariano-Neto F
    • Fantini M
    • Cides Silva L
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Post-doctoral fellow

Universidade de Sao Paulo

October 2017 - Present

Post-doctoral fellow

Universitat Duisburg-Essen Fakultat fur Chemie

October 2017 - September 2018(a year)


Universidade Nove de Julho

February 2013 - June 2016(3 years)

Post-doctoral fellow

Corall Comm Consulting

January 2015 - January 2016(a year)

Pasante externo

CNEA (Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica)

March 2010 - June 2010(3 months)



University of São Paulo

September 2008 - September 2013(5 years)


University of São Paulo

March 2006 - September 2008(3 years)


University of São Paulo

February 1999 - December 2005(7 years)


I was born in 1981, and from an early age I showed signs of propensity to exact sciences and a peculiar affinity with numbers. I was known as a child to dismantle all my toys to see how they worked, and was also known for being able to reassemble them perfectly. As the years went by it became clear that I was meant to pursue a career in engineering or science; as a young teenager I wanted to be an electronic engineer, but eventually settled on physics. Even though at first it was my intention to follow a theoretical career I eventually realized that I really belong in the laboratory, and when the opportunity presented itself I jumped at it. I began as a science initiation student working with Silicon/Germanium thin films, but experimental conditions eventually forced me to move in another direction, finding the field of mesoporous silicas and their application to biological sciences.

Co-authors (8)