Research projects

  • Professor M. Ricardo Ibarra has participated in more than 50 R+D projects funded by public calls, both national and international -projects mainly funded by the European Union.

  • He is the main researcher of the group E26 Magnetismo en Nanoestructuras, a Consolidated Research Group of the University of Zaragoza recognized by the Regional Government of Aragon.

 

Current R&D  projects and outreach projects


TRANSAUTOPHAGY. European Network of Multidisciplinary Research and Translation of Autophagy Knowledge.
Main researcher: Victor Moschalkov.
Funded by the European Union, European Science Foundation, MPNS COST Action MP.
Duration: 2016 – 2020.


Liberación de fármacos mediante nanovectores termosensibles con accionamiento magnético y enzimático.

Main researcher: G. Goya.
Funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, MAT2016-78201-PMINECO.
Duration: 2017 – 2019.


Dinamización, promoción e internacionalización de la ICTS de Microscopía Electrónica en España.

Main researcher: M.R. Ibarra.
Funded by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, MAT2017-90779-REDI (draft resolution).
Duration: 2018-2019.


El rescate del Titán.

Main researcher: M.R. Ibarra.
Funded by Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology. FCT-17-12175
Duration: 2018.


FEnanoMENOS III Edición.

Main researcher: M.R. Ibarra.
Funded by Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology. FCT-17-12307
Duration: 2018.

10 Most relevant R&D Projects


ESTEEM3. Enabling Science and Technology through European Electron Microscopy
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra
Funded by the European Union, INFRAIA-01-2018-2019 proyect 823817.
Duration: 2018 – 2022. Budget: €10,000,000.


ESTEEM2. Enabling Science and Technology through European Electron Microscopy
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra
Funded by the European Union, FP7 on Research Infrastructures.
Duration: 2012 – 2016. Budget: €7,486,016.


Desarrollo de un kit universal para liberación remota controlada de fármacos mediante hipertermia magnética en aplicaciones oncológicas (HELLO KIT)
Main researcher: M. de la Fuente. Co-ordinated by the company NanoScale Biomagnetics
Funded by the
Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Subprogramme INNPACTO. IPT-2012-0712-010000
Duration: 2013 – 2014. Budget: €1,966,289.


Desarrollo y puesta en mercado de biosensores immuno-magnéticos con cuantificación mono y múltiple analito
Main researcher: J. Sesé. Co-ordinated by the company Certest Biotech
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Subprogramme INNPACTO. IPT 010000-2010-0002.
Duration: 2010 – 2013. Budget: €397,539.


Train2: Transpyrenees action on advanced infrastructures for nanoscience and nanotechnologies
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra
Funded by the European Union, Interreg IV B SUDOE. TRAIN2-SOE2/P1/E-280.
Duration: 2011 – 2012. Budget: €2,342,558.62.


NANOTRUCK: Multifunctional gold nanoparticle for gene therapy
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra and J. M. de la Fuente
Funded by the European Union, ERA-NET NanoSci-E+.
Duration: 2009 – 2012. Budget: €220,000.


Magnetic nanoparticles for nerve regeneration (MARVENE)
Main researcher: G. Goya
Funded by the European Union, ERA-NET NanoSci-E+ Transnational Consortium, NAN092.
Duration: 2009 – 2012. Budget: €201,000.


Nanotecnologías en biomedicina (NANOBIOMED). PI118/08
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, Consolider program. CSD2006-00012.
Duration: 2006 – 2011. Budget: €4,500.000.


Láminas delgadas granulares con efecto magnetoresistivo para su uso en sensores de posición sin contacto
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra. With the collaboration of the company Aragonesa de Componentes Pasivos (ACP)
Funded by the Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. CIT-420000-2008-19
Duration: 2008 – 2009. Budget: €230,876.


Competitive contact-less position sensor based on magnetoresistive nano-contacts (MUNDIS)
Main researcher: M. R. Ibarra
Funded by the European Commission. Sixth Framework Programme FP6-IST.IST-2004-2.4.2 027827.
Duration: 2005 – 2008. Budget: €521,757.


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