Interuniversity Master in New Materials
The Interuniversity Master in New Materials is mainly aimed at specialization in the area of new materials. Its objective is to provide a solid training in the most current methodologies for the synthesis, characterization, properties and applications of new materials, in fields as diverse as biomaterials, nanomaterials, intelligent materials, materials for energy, electronics, catalysis, etc. The program enables to make decisions in the scientific and technological development fields as well as to carry out research work in groups.
The master gives direct access to doctoral programs. In addition, R + D + i in Materials is a highly developed field in our country and therefore there are specialization courses and / or summer courses that may be related.
Master’s Degree in Environmental Pollution and Toxicology
The Master’s Degree in Environmental Pollution and Toxicology will train you as a professional in the biological assessment of the health of ecosystem, both marine and fresh water, and terrestrial. This master's degree, which is mainly for research purposes, gives access to the Doctoral Programme on Environmental Pollution and Toxicology of the UPV/EHU.
Master in Biomedical Research
The master in biomedical research offers updated training on the molecular, cellular and physiological mechanisms involved in the development of the disease, necessary to carry out research that leads to the achievement of valid results and conclusions on topics of biosanitary interest. The master has a clear research orientation as a previous step to doctoral studies giving direct access to the Biomedical Research Doctorate Program.
Javier López García - Martensitic transformation behavior under magnetic field and magnetocaloric effect in metamagnetic shape Memory alloys
Ander García Díez - Biomedical application of magnetic nanoparticles synthesised by bacteria
Omar Ruiz Ortega - Ferritas con Mn y Zn: Síntesis, Caracterización y Propiedades Magnéticas
Iker Lamas - Preparation and characterization of nanostructured materials for solar cells
Sara del Hoyo - Preparation of polymer multilayer systems to optimize medical devices
Mikel Mugica - Analysis of the Fatigue Cycling on Elastomeric Polymer with Ferromagnetic Particles Composites for Damping Applications
Maria Paz Crespo - Applications of Shape Memory polymers to self-healing surfaces
Paula González - Desarrollo de membranas de intercambio protónico basadas en composites polímero@líquido íonico
Ana María Schönhöbel Sánchez - Magnetic characterization of CexSm1-xFe9Co2Ti alloys for permanent magnets
Claudia Ezquerro - Nanodiscs by colloidal lithography for biomedical applications
Laura Gracia Marcén - Preparation of Au/TiO2nanostructures for incorporation in photoanodes ofhigh efficiency solar cells
David Gandia - Self-Assembly and magnetic response of aligned magnetotactic bacteria