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Leandro Wang Hantao

The Power List 2018


Leandro Wang Hantao

Assistant Professor, Institute of Chemistry, University of Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil.

Early inspiration
I had really great advisors that motivated me. Mine has been a dynamic and challenging path that balances teaching, coaching, and research.

Research
Our focus is separation science applied to bioanalysis and the oil and gas industry. To solve such complex problems, we rely on miniaturized techniques for sample preparation and comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry.

Objective
My group and I hope that our students continue to persevere and find the best opportunities in life. We also intend to expand our research opportunities by diversifying our funding sources to create a solid environment for continuous growth.

Advice
Find balance in your life. Pick a research team that you enjoy working with and that pushes you to be your best self. 

Nominator comment:“Leandro has been influential in developing novel, inexpensive modulators for GCxGC and encouraging the adoption of GCxGC as a technique, through a number of high-profile collaborations in Brazil.”


Part of the Power List 2018

The Fab Forty

The Top 40 Under 40 Power List returns to celebrate the gifted young scientists making waves in analytical science. Here we present the rising stars of the field (in alphabetical order), as nominated by our readers and shortlisted by our independent judging panel.

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