Enric Santanach

Enric Santanach

Senior Scientist, CAPSUM
 

En poste chez CAPSUM

Précédents : ESPCI - Laboratoire Colloïdes et Matériaux Divisés, Harvard University, Melbourne University, Université Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1

 

Précédents : Université Grenoble 1 Joseph Fourier, Institut National Polytechnique, University Of Wisconsin-Madison

 

    En résumé

    Creative and passionate about work with expertise in encapsulation through the use of fluidic-based technologies and in rheology. Invented new fluidic technologies and brought them to maturity in the cosmetic industry. Leadership role in R&D environment to promote fundamental and applied research in soft matter physics between academia and industry.

Parcours

Senior Scientist

Chez CAPSUM

De 2008 à aujourd'hui
- Team leader responsible for research and development activities of the Millifluidic Platform; proprietary technology allowing to make object-by-object millimeter-sized capsules. - Managed team to develop, evaluate performances, and validate products and processes. - Successfully launched first ...
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Post-doctorant

Chez ESPCI - Laboratoire Colloïdes et Matériaux Divisés

De 2007 à 2008
- Obtained own funding for post-doctoral fellowship La Marie de la Ville de Paris. - Microfluidics: development of new microfluidic techniques for the synthesis of new functional materials and their industrial scale-up. - Millifluidics: development of new fluidic-based process for the making of ...
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Post-doctorant

Chez Harvard University

De 2006 à 2007
- Obtained own funding for post-doctoral fellowship from La Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale by preparing and presenting a scientific project. - Microfluidics: development of new techniques and processes for the synthesis of new functional materials: focused on the synthesis of colloidal ...
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Post-doctorant

Chez Melbourne University

2006
- Studied cracking phenomena in thin composite films to be used as membranes in fuel cells. Improved formulation and process to reduce/remove this cracking phenomenon. (1 article)
 

Graduate Student

Chez Université Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1

De 2001 à 2005
- Studied the effects of microstructure of molten polymers on their stability during the extrusion process. (4 articles) - Developed a capillary rheometer allowing for in-situ SAXS measurements inside the die: defined experimental needs, dimensioned the apparatus, calibrated and defined its ...
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Compétences

 
  • Cosmetics
  • Encapsulation
  • Physics
  • Rhéology

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Soccer
  • Traveling and learning about other cultures.