INA – Instituto de Nanociencia de Aragón

Final Master Projects offered

Master Nanomat, proposed TFMs:




Antimicrobial nanomaterials for cultural heritage conservation Dr. Scott G. Mitchell
Understanding ferroelectricity in HfO2‐ZrO2 films Dr. José A. PardoDr. Pedro A. Algarabel
In-situ TEM investigations of 1D and 2D Nanomaterials Dr. Raúl Arenal
Synthesis of covalent nanostructures on functional surfaces Dr. David SerrateDr. Jorge Lobo
Magnetic hyperthermia based nanotherapies Dr. Carlos SánchezDr. Jesús Martínez
Fabrication and electrical characterization of graphene nanodevices Dr. José María de TeresaDr. Soraya Sangiao
Intrinsic and extrinsic effects on the transport properties of nanodevices based on Topological Insulators Dr. José María de TeresaDr. Soraya Sangiao
Nanostructured analytical biosensors for the detection of emerging contaminants Dr. Juan Carlos Vidal
Assembling a toolbox of magnetic nanoparticles for magnetic hyperthermia applications Dr. Lucía GutiérrezDr. Raluca Fratila
Photoresponsive gene delivery vectors: synthesis, characterization and application Dr. Jesús del BarrioDr. Silvia Hernández

Lecturer: Dr. Luis Oriol

Localized magnetic hyperthermia as a novel tool for cell transfection Dr. Raluca FratilaDr. Valeria Grazú
Pegylated pH-sensitive micelles based on polypeptides for biomedical applications Dr. Rafael MartínPonente: Dr. Joaquín Barberá
Development of responsive nanostructured supramolecular materials based on bent-core molecules Dr. M. Blanca Ros
Nanopatterning of molecules on devices by Atomic Force Microscopy Dr. Ana Isabel Gracia
Analysis of proteins by local probe microscopy Dr. Ana Isabel Gracia
Chemical modification of surfaces for molecular electronics applications Dr. Santiago MartínDr. Pilar Cea
Nanofabrication of two dimensional chemical scaffoldings Dr. Pilar CeaDr. Santiago Martín
Elaboration and study of 2D films based on metalloporphyrins Dr. Ignacio GascónDr. Olivier Roubeau
Preparation and characterization of nanostructures of pyrene-containing bent-core molecules by self-assembling techniques Dr. Santiago MartínDr. M. Blanca Ros
3D printing applied to PDMS microfluidic devices for photocatalysis and nanotechnology applications Dr. María Pilar PinaDr. Miguel Urbiztondo
Fabrication of microfluidic SERS devices by nanoimprint lithography techniques for CWAs detection in gas phase Dr. María Pilar PinaDr. Reyes Mallada
Au-SiO2 plasmonic nanostructures for SERS detection applications in gas phase Dr. María Pilar PinaDr. Reyes Mallada
Optimized nanocarriers from amphiphilic block copolymers by supramolecular chemistry (Annex 1) Dr. Luis OriolDr. Milagros Piñol
Engineering hybrid catalysts containing metal oxide clusters for energy-related applications. (no han presentado Annex 1) Dr. Scott G. MitchellDr. JoséLuis Hueso