Final Master Projects Offered (Course 2016-2017)

Here are some TFM proposals offered for the academic year 2016-17 ( this list will expand soon ... )

TemaSupervisor/esÁreas de conocimiento
Magnetic hyperthermia in biological systems. Dra. Laura Asín and Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente Biology, Physics.
Carbonaceus platforms for the fabrication of green molecular electronic devices. Dra. Pilar Cea and Dr. Santiago Martín Chemistry, Physics.
Development of a novel methodology for transfection based on magnetic hyperthermia. Dra. Pilar Cea and Dr. Jesús Martínez de la Fuente
Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
Enzymatic optical (nano)biosensors based on "in situ" synthesized nanoclusters. Dra. Susana De Marcos and Dr. Javier Galbán
Analytical Chemistry.
Localized Magnetic Hyperthermia as a novel strategy to produce genetically modified cells. Dra. Raluca Fratila and Dra. Maria Valeria Grazú
Biology.
Fabrication of ultrathin polymer films for CO2 separation. Dr. Ignacio Gascón
Chemical Engineering.
Nanopatterning of molecules on devices. Dra. Ana Isabel Gracia Lostao
Biology.
Enzymatic mechanisms analyzed by Atomic force microscopy at the single molecule level. Dra. Ana Isabel Gracia Lostao Biology, Microscopy.
Russian-doll based oral delivery of hybrid nanosystems for treatment of colorectal cancer. Dra. Maria Valeria Grazú and Dr. Lucía Gutiérrez Marredo Nanobiomedicine.
Polymeric nanoparticles containig natural antimicrobials with pharmacokinetic control of the release to be used in smart dressing materials. Dra. Silvia Irusta Alderete and Dra. Gracia Mendoza Cantos Chemical Engineering.
Continuous photodegradadtion of organic pollutants with hybrid nanofibers using UV-LED radiation. Dra. Silvia Irusta Alderete and Dra. M. Pilar Lobera González Chemical Engineering.
Fabrication os Microfluidic SERS devices by Nanoimprint Lithography Techniques: Application to early detection of Sarin Gas Threats. Dra. Reyes Mallada and Dra. Maria Pilar Pina Chemical Engineering.
Synthesis of gold based plasmonic nanostructures for SERS detection of Sarin Gas. Dra. Reyes Mallada and Dra. Maria Pilar Pina Chemical Engineering.
Charge transfer (CT) complex formation for molecular electronic devices. Dr. Santiago Martín and Dra. Pilar Cea Chemistry, Physics.
Stimuli responsive nanocarriers from amphiphilic block copolymers. Dr. Luis Oriol and Dra. Milagros Piñol Chemistry.
Nanostructured organic materials based on amphiphilic bent-core molecules. Dra. Blanca Ros Organic Chemistry.
Preparation and characterization of nanostructures based on bent-core molecules onto graphene. Dra. Blanca Ros and Dr. Santiago Martín Organic and Physical Chemistry.
Nanofibers by self-assembly of amphiphilic bent-core molecules: preparation and characterization. Dra. Blanca Ros and Dr. Victor Sebastián Organic Chemistry.
Amino-functionalized dendrimers that form nanoaggregates for gene and drug delivery. Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dr. J.L. Serrano
Organic Chemistry.
Nanostructured soft materials for organic electronics based on columnar liquid crystals. Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dra. Raquel Giménez Organic Chemistry.
Dendrimer-based nanostructured systems for drug delivery. Dra. Teresa Sierra and Dra. Blanca Ros Organic Chemistry.
Fabrication and Testing of Si based Micropreconcentrators modified with MOF type materials for Sarin Gas Adsorption. Dr. Miguel Urbiztondo and Dra. Maria Pilar Pina Chemical Engineering.
Fabrication of Polymeric Micropreconcentrators by Nanoimprint Lithography and Conventional Photolithography Techniques: Application to Sarin Gas Adsorption. Dr. Miguel Urbiztondo and Dra. Maria Pilar Pina Chemical Engineering.
Developing electrochemical sensors for the detection and quantitation of metal nanoparticles. Dr. Juan Carlos Vidal Analitical Chemistry.

 

Master Universitario en Materiales Nanoestructurados para Aplicaciones en Nanotecnología / Universidad de Zaragoza