PhD in Applied Physics

2021/2022

Quality assurance

The UDC International Doctoral School (EIDUDC) is subject to an Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS) which governs all UDC PhD programmes ratified by Royal Decree-Law 99/2011, in compliance with EU Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. For more information, see documentation relating to the UDC International Doctoral School Internal Quality Assurance System (Regulations for the implementation and administration of the International Doctoral School SGIC for UDC PhD programmes ratified under RD 99/2011; International Doctoral School IQAS Manual; International Doctoral School IQASProcedures).

Guidelines for the monitoring and supervision of the student learning process and outcomes are established in the IQAS Procedures document. The bodies and mechanisms responsible for the coordination, evaluation and continuous improvement of the programme of study are as follows:

Academic Committee for PhD Programmes (CAPD): university body responsible for the academic coordination of PhD programmes and academic decisions regarding PhD degree and degree candidates. The CAPD establishes the guidelines and procedures for the programme coordinator and all individuals involved in the degree. A UDC coordinator is appointed for all UDC PhD programmes ratified under RD 99/2011, including inter-university programmes operated by partner universities.

EIDUDC Quality Assurance Committee (CGC): body responsible for formulating and monitoring the SGIC and PhD degree programmes. The CGC also fulfils an internal communication role within the EIDUDC in relation to its objectives, plans, programmes and responsibilities. An annual monitoring report is produced by the EIDUDC Permanent Committee, acting in the name of the CGC.

Learning outcomes

The International Doctoral School IQAS sets out the standards and indicators applied by Academic Committees in relation to UDC PhD programmes for the measurement and analysis of learning outcomes and academic standards.

These indicators include the number of doctoral theses defended, ‘International Doctorate’ certifications awarded, PhDs completed within the published time scale (3-4 years), PhDs awarded and PhDs abandoned, in addition to the average timescale for completion of the degree.

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, a specific academic management committee of the PhD programme will be established.

López Lago, Joaquín Cayetano
Coordinador
García Garabal Mosquera, Sandra María
Vocal PDI
Ramírez Gómez, María Carmen
Vocal PDI

Program tracking facts

Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2019/2020 35
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2019/2020 3
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2019/2020 1
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2019/2020 0
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2019/2020 6
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2019/2020 33.33
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2019/2020 83.33
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2019/2020 16.67
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2019/2020 n/a
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD at UDC (Incoming)
Number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (incoming students) (IPD09.2)
2019/2020 n/a
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2019/2020 100
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2019/2020 0
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2019/2020 1
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2019/2020 100
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2019/2020 0
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2019/2020 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2019/2020 1
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2019/2020 0
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2019/2020 1,204
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2019/2020 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2019/2020 n/a
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2019/2020 0
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2019/2020 100
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2019/2020 0
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2019/2020 100
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2019/2020 0
Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2018/2019 35
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2018/2019 3
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2018/2019 2
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2018/2019 0
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2018/2019 8
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2018/2019 50
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2018/2019 25
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2018/2019 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2018/2019 87.5
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2018/2019 0
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2018/2019 12.5
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2018/2019 n/a
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2018/2019 100
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2018/2019 33.33
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2018/2019 2
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2018/2019 50
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2018/2019 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2018/2019 50
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2018/2019 1
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2018/2019 1
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2018/2019 0
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2018/2019 1,381
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2018/2019 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2018/2019 820.5
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2018/2019 50
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2018/2019 0
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2018/2019 50
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2018/2019 100
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2018/2019 0
Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2017/2018 35
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2017/2018 4
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2017/2018 1
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2017/2018 0
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2017/2018 8
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2017/2018 50
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2017/2018 87.5
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2017/2018 12.5
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2017/2018 25
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD at UDC (Incoming)
Number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (incoming students) (IPD09.2)
2017/2018 n/a
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2017/2018 16.67
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2017/2018 2
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2017/2018 0
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2017/2018 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2017/2018 0
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2017/2018 2
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2017/2018 1,133
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2017/2018 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2017/2018 n/a
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2017/2018 0
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2017/2018 100
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2017/2018 0

publications

This is a sample of the scientific production of the PhD students and is intended to guide prospective students interested in this program. Under no circumstances should it be considered a full and exhaustive list of all the scientific production of the students. The information is supplied by the PhD students themselves in a relatively unstructured manner but it has been checked and approved by the academic committee.

Artículos en revistas internacionales
Autores: M.R. Area, B. Montero, M. Rico, L. Barral, R. Bouza, J. López. Properties and behavior under environmental factors of isosorbide-plasticized starch reinforced with microcrystalline cellulose biocomposites. (aceptado, ya disponible online y con fecha prevista de publicación el 01-12-2020 en la revista International Journal of Biological Macromolecules). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.08.075
Estévez Ruiz, E.P.; Caluña Chicaiza, G.E.; Jiménez Patiño, F.R.; López Lago, J.C.; Thirumuruganandham, S.P. Dense Matrix Multiplication Algorithms and Performance Evaluation of HPCC in 81 Nodes IBM Power 8 Architecture. Computation 2021, 9, 86. https://doi.org/10.3390/ computation9080086
Autores: Miguel R. Area, Belén Montero, Maite Rico, Luis Barral, Rebeca Bouza, y J. López. Título: Isosorbide plasticized corn starch filled with poly-(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) microparticles: properties and behavior under environmental factors. (enviado a International Journal of Biological Macromolecules)
Influence of Small Quantities ofWater on the Physical Properties of Alkylammonium Nitrate Ionic LiquidsD. Ausín, J. J. Parajó, J. L. Trenzado, L. M. Varela, O. Cabeza and L. Segade, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 22 (2021) 7334.https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms22147334
Strange behaviour of transport properties in novel metal thiocyanate based ionic liquids.O. Cabeza, L. Segade, M. Domínguez-Pérez, E. Rilo, D. Ausín, J. A. Seijas, M. P. Vazquez-Tato, V. Matleev, A. Ievlev, J. Salgado and L. M. Varela, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 340 (2021) 117164.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2021.117164
Arias-Ferreiro, G.; Ares-Pernas, A.; Lasagabáster-Latorre, A.; Aranburu, N.; Guerrica-Echevarria, G.; Dopico-García, M.S.; Abad, M.-J. Printability Study of a Conductive Polyaniline/Acrylic Formulation for 3D Printing. Polymers 2021, 13, 2068. https://doi.org/10.3390/ polym13132068
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Pettinelli, N., Rodríguez-Llamazares, S., Abella, V., Barral, L., Bouza, R., Farrag, Y., & Lago, F. (2019). Entrapment of chitosan, pectin or κ-carrageenan within methacrylate based hydrogels: effect on swelling and mechanical properties. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 96, 583-590. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msec.2018.11.071
Pettinelli, N., Rodríguez-Llamazares, S., Farrag, Y., Bouza, R., Barral, L., Feijoo-Bandín, S., & Lago, F. (2020). Poly (hydroxybutyrate-co-hydroxyvalerate) microparticles embedded in κ-carrageenan/locust bean gum hydrogel as a dual drug delivery carrier. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 146, 110-118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2019.12.193
Goretti Arias-Ferreiro, Ana Ares-Pernas, M. Sonia Dopico-García, Aurora Lasagabáster-Latorre, María-José Abad, Photocured conductive PANI/acrylate composites for digital light processing. Influence of HDODA crosslinker in rheological and physicochemical properties, European Polymer Journal, Volume 136, 2020, 109887, ISSN 0014-3057, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2020.109887. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0014305720316013)
Notas
Rapid transition of beta barrel from arbitrary strands: A molecular dynamics observationResults in PhysicsA fast molecular dynamics simulation protocol for a parallel beta barrel formation from an aribitrary tetrameric strands was discussed, using charmm-27 forcefield based NAMD molecular dynamics. In this work, we employed a tetramer unit of alanine beta strands to investigate the folding kinetics, ionic strength, shear number, C=O–H-N bonding of barrel geometry. The results were consistent with an initial model in which oxygen placed in a rectangular like shape favours the barrel formation rather than the one with a square like oxygen topology. This approach allow us to compute the barrel formation trends in neurotoxic and ion channel proteins. Our simulation supports the theoretical findings reported by Chothia and coworkers [1, 2], and significantly well in accordance with the observation of single-walled carbon nanotube induced beta-barrel formation of the Alzheimer’s Abeta 25-35 oligomers.2020 Elsevier B. V. All rights reserved.There is a continuous high demand for understanding the relationship between protein structure and function. Protein conformational transition varies over a number of time scales, this time dependent behavior is solely dependent on the nature of a protein involved in a specific biomolecular function. Some xenophobic agents and or set of residues of proteins, for example, cis-trans isomerization of chromophore induced transition states of the main body of the protein changes as fast as femtoseconds (10􀀀15 sec) [3]. On the other hand, protein dynamics of oxygen transport pathways in hemoglobin and lipoxygenase reactions in which binding and releasing of oxygen from the binding site proceeds seconds to minutes time scale [4, 5]. However, many of the biochemical enzymatic reactions changes the protein shape more often at nanosecond (10^-9 sec) time scale domain. It is considered one of the significant area of interest for both in-silico and in-vivo experiments, as an evident, flip-flop modes of kinase domains [6] take place in nanoseconds to picoseconds (10􀀀12 sec), similarly ionchannel proteins in membranes change their open-closed state in a nanosecond range [7] and at certain extent their residence time of open state remains for an enough long time to allow the ion transportation. In the context of ions channels, despite their existence of an alpha helical and beta barrel, studies related to geometrical understanding of beta barrel are particularly few [8], for studying such systems involves considering protein-protein interactions, which are computationally expensive. In contrast to that, we are incorporating another thrust area of ab-initio structural modeling in a classical regime, which lies at the picosecond time domain. In our approach we discuss the sub-picosecond computational experiments on beta barrel formation from a model tetra alanine peptide strands of three different sizes; Viz., Ala-15, Ala-20, Ala-24.
Artículos en revistas internacionales
SYNTHESIS, MICROSTRUCTURE AND VOLUMETRY OF NOVEL METAL THIOCYANATE IONIC LIQUIDS WITH [BMIM] CATIONO. Cabeza, L. M. Varela, E. Rilo, L. Segade, M. Dominguez-Perez, D. Ausin, I. de Pedro, J. Rodríguez Fernández, J. González, M. P. Vazquez-Tato, Y. Arosa, E. López-Lago, R. de la Fuente, J. J. Parajó, J. Salgado, M. Villanueva, V. Matveev, A. Ievlev, J. A. Seijas, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 283 (2019) 638-651.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2019.03.088
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Preparation of donut-shaped starch microparticles by aqueous-alcoholic treatment.Yousof Farrag, Constanza Sabando, Saddys Rodríguez-Llamazares, Rebeca Bouza, Claudio Rojas, Luis Barral.Journal: Food Chemistry.Accepted 31/10/2017
PHBV/CNC bionanocomposites processed by extrusion: structural characterization and properties, Polymer Composites (2017), DOI: 10.1002/pc.24634.
IMIDAZOLIUM DECYL SULFATE: A VERY PROMISING SELFMADE IONIC HYDROGELO. Cabeza, E. Rilo, L. Segade, M. Domínguez-Pérez, S. García-Garabal, D. Ausín, E. López-Lago, L. M. Varela, M. Vilas, P. Verdía y E. Tojo, Mater. Chem. Front., 2 (2018), 505-513https://doi.org/10.1039/C7QM00510E
MESOSTRUCTURE AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF AQUEOUS MIXTURES OF THE IONIC LIQUID 1-ETHYL-3-METHYL IMIDAZOLIUM OCTYL SULFATE DOPED WITH DIVALENT SULFATE SALTS IN THE LIQUID AND THE MESOMORPHIC STATESO. Cabeza, L. Segade, M. Domínguez-Pérez, E. Rilo, D. Ausín, A. Martinelli, N. Yaghini, B. Gollas, M. Kriechbaum, O. Russina, A. Triolo, E. López-Lago y L. M. Varela, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 20 (2018), 8724-8736https://doi.org/10.1039/C7CP07999K
Miguel R. Area, Maite Rico, Belén Montero, Luis Barral, Rebeca Bouza. "Processing and characterization of corn starch plasticized with isosorbide and filled with microcrystalline cellulose". (enviado a Carbohydrate Polymers
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Cyclic temperature dependence of electrical conductivity in polyanilines as a function of the dopant and synthesis method
Morphology, thermal and barrier properties of biodegradable films of poly (3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) containing cellulose nanocrystals, Composites: Part A 93 (2017) 41–48.
TUNING PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND MESOMORPHIC STRUCTURES IN AQUEOUS 1-ETHYL-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM OCTYLSULFATE RIGID-GEL WITH UNIVALENT SALT DOPINGO. Cabeza, L. Segade, M. Dominguez-Perez, E. Rilo, S. Garcia-Garabal, D. Ausin, A. Martinelli, E. LopezLago, L. M. Varela, Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 112 (2017) 267-275.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jct.2017.05.012
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Thermal performance study in vernacular coastal architecture of Galicia: Rehabilitation potential -- Fase de Búsqueda de Revista
PHBV/CNC bionanocomposites processed by extrusion: structural characterization and properties.Sara Malmir, Belén Montero, Maite Rico, Luis Barral, Rebeca Bouza, Yousof Farrag.Journal: Polymer Composites.Accepted 17/10/2017DOI: 10.1002/pc.24634

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academic year 2020/2021
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