Final Master Projects Offered (Course 2015-2016)

Here you can find some proposals of Final Master Projects offered for the Academic Year 2015-16 (more proposals coming soon...)

TopicSupervisor/sAreas of knowledge
New approaches in the treatment of inflammatory diseases using drug loaded biocompatible nanoparticles. Dr. Manuel Arruebo and Dra. Vanesa Andreu Chemistry, Biology
Encapsulation of probiotic bacteria in pH-responsive polymers. Dr. Manuel Arruebo and Dra. Gracia Mendoza Chemistry, Biology
Establishment of cell/bacteria co-culture system and its application to the test the antimicrobial properties of different nanoparticulated devices. Dr. Manuel Arruebo and Dra. Gracia Mendoza Chemistry, Biology
In vivo biodistribution of fluorescently labeled polymeric nanoparticles using in vivo imaging systems Dr. Manuel Arruebo and Dra. Gracia Mendoza Chemistry, Biology
Effects of gold nanoparticles on mesenchymal stem cells behavior and differentiation fate to assess their role as therapeutic vectors Dr. Manuel Arruebo and Dra. Gracia Mendoza Chemistry, Biology
Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of noble-metal based plasmonic photocatalysts. Dr. Carlos Bueno Alejo and Dr. José Luis Hueso Chemistry, Engineering
Towards all-carbon flexible, transparent, and stretchable molecular electronic devices. Dra. Pilar Cea Mingueza Chemistry, Physics
NanoinArt - Nanotechnology applied in Cultural Heritage Dra. Ana Claro and Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente Chemistry
Study of electrochemical properties of LB films of polymers of intrinsic microporosity (PIMs). Dr. Joaquín Coronas and Dr. Ignacio Gascón Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
MOF (metal-organic framework) based thin film nanocomposite membranes for nanofiltration Dr. Joaquín Coronas and Dr. Carlos Téllez Chemistry, Engineering
MOF (metal-organic framework) coatings on several surfaces based on the dry gel conversion method Dr. Óscar de la Iglesia and Dr. Joaquín Coronas Chemistry, Engineering
Design of an enzymatic optical (nano)biosensor for the determination of neurotransmitters. Dra. Susana de Marcos and Dr. Javier Galbán Analytical Chemistry
Nanoformulations for the treatment of antibiotic-resistant pathogens Dra. Laura de Matteis and Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente Chemistry, Biology
Vortex motion in superconducting tungsten-based nanowires. Dr. José María de Teresa and Dra. Rosa Córdoba Physics, Chemistry
Graphene Micro- and Nano-ribbons fabricated by Atomic Force Microscopy Dr. José María de Teresa and Dra. Ana Isabel Gracia Physics, Chemistry
Graphene Nano-ribbons fabricated by Electron Beam Lithography Dr. José María de Teresa and Dra. Soraya Sangiao Physics and microscopy
Magnetic nanoparticles covalently immobilized on cell surfaces for magnetic hyperthermia studies Dra. Raluca María Fratila and Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente Chemistry, Biology
Electrochemical synthesis and delivery of dopamine-melanin covered gold nanoparticles and electrocatalytic activity Dr. Alejandro González and Dra. Pilar Cea Chemistry, Physics
Polydopamine matrix based nanocomposites: nanostructure, electrocatalysis, magnetism, and nanomechanical properties. An electrochemical and STM/AFM study. Dr. Alejandro González and Dr. Santiago Martín Chemistry, Physics
Enzymatic mechanisms analyzed by Atomic force microscopy at the single molecule level Dra. Ana Isabel Gracia Biology, Physics
Integration of molecules (nanomagnets and redox proteins) on devices Dra. Ana Isabel Gracia Physics, Chemistry
Development of novel catalytic materials for microwave-based reactions of interest in the energetic sector. Dr. José Luis Huesoand Dra. Reyes Mallada Chemistry, Engineering
Plasmonic nanostructures for the generation of therapeutic oxidative species. Dr. José Luis Hueso and Dr. Jesús Santamaría Chemistry, Engineering
Cell adhesion processes using model cell membranes. Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente and Dra. Pilar Cea Chemistry, Physics, Biology
Synthesis of hierarchical photo-catalysts assisted by laser-pyrolysis Dra. Gema Martínez Martínez and Dr. José Luis Hueso Martos Chemistry, Engineering
Amphiphilic polypeptides-based micelles with surface charge inversion triggered by pH change. Dr. Rafael Martín Chemistry, Biology
Molecular electronic devices based on organometallic compounds Dr. Santiago Martín Soláns Chemistry, Physics
Synthesis and characterization of nanostructures based on bent-core molecules onto graphene Dr. Santiago Martín Soláns and Dra. M. Blanca Ros Latienda Chemistry, Physics
Biodegradable block copolymers for stimuli responsive systems Dr. Luis Oriol Langa and Dra. Milagros Piñol Lacambra Chemistry, Physics
Searching for ferroelectricity in binary oxides. Dr. José A. Pardo and Dr. Pedro A. Algarabel Physics
Functionalization of Si cantilevers by non-contact microdispensing techniques for Reproducible Sensing of Explosives. Dra. María Pilar Pina Chemistry, Engineering
SERS detection of chemical warfare agents by plasmonic nanostructures Dra. María Pilar Pina and Dr. Víctor Sebastián Chemistry, Engineering
Micropreconcentrators modified with MOFs nanostructured materials to enhance explosives sensors perfomance Dra. María Pilar Pina and Dr. Miguel Urbiztondo Chemistry, Engineering
Micropreconcentrators modified with polymeric coatings to enhance explosives sensors perfomance Dra. María Pilar Pina and Dr. Miguel Urbiztondo Chemistry, Engineering
Graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry for the selective detection and quantification of nanoparticles. Dr. Martín Resano Ezcaray Chemistry, Engineering
Molecular Materials for Proton Conduction Dr. Lawrence Rocco and Dra. Milagros Tomás Chemistry, Physics
Nanostructured superhydrophobic surfaces Dr. Carlos Sánchez-Somolinos Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering
Nanoparticle synthesis and dispersion preparation for functional inkjet printing Dr. Carlos Sánchez-Somolinos and Dr. Ángel Millán Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering
Amino-functionalized nanoaggregates for gene and drug delivery Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dr. José Luis Serrano Chemistry, Biology
Designing Graphene Nanoribbons for Magnetoelectronic Applications Dr. David Serrate and Dr. Marten Piantek Chemistry, Physics
Nanostructured materials based on columnar liquid crystals Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dra. Raquel Gimenez Chemistry, Physics
Nanostructured systems for drug delivery Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dra. M. Blanca Ros Latienda Chemistry, Biology
MOF (metal-organic framework) continuous hollow fiber membranes for gas separation application Dr. Carlos Téllez and Dr. Joaquín Coronas Chemistry, Engineering
MOF (metal-organic framework) based mixed matrix membranes for carbon capture Dra. Beatriz Zornoza and Dr. Joaquín Coronas Chemistry, Engineering

 

Master Degree in Nanostructured Materials for Nanotechnology Applications / University of Zaragoza