From left to right: Dr. Amutha Devaraj, Dr. Miriam Miranda, Mr. Akifumi Niwa, Mrs. Eleonora D'Elia, Dr. Salvador Eslava, Mrs. Nasrin Al Nasiri, Dr. Suelen Barg, Mr. Marcel Boix, Ms. Alba Santmarti, Dr. Na Ni, Mr. Claudio Ferraro, Dr. Esther Garcia-Tuñón, Prof. Eduardo Saiz
Novel nanocomposites for bone regeneration,” BRP-NIH (Bioengineering Research Partnership-National Institute of Health) with UCSF and LBNL (USA),
“Bioinspired Structural Materials,” Marie Curie International Reintegration Grant, EU, €100K.
“Bioinspired Ceramic/CNT composites-phase 2,” The US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (with Queen Mary and Oxford University)
“Amelogenin Degradation by MMP20 and KLK4 in Enamel Biomineralization”, NIH with UCSF (USA),
Coordinator, “BIoBone: Bioceramics for bone repair”, Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) (with INSA Lyon, University of Erlangen, Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, University of Mons-Hainaut, AO foundation, Noraker, Ceram, Ceramtec, Keramat)
“Biomimetic organic-inorganic hybrid structural materials”, Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships.
“Advanced composites inspired by nature”, Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship.
"Glass/ceramic interfaces," Asahi Glass.
"Graphene 3D networks," (EPSRC) with Queen Mary University and the departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Imperial College
"Engineering with Graphene for Multi-functional Coatings and Fibre-Composites," (EPSRC) with the departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College.
"Development of a Novel Wound Management Dressing." Welland Medical.
"Graphene Enhancement of the Photocatalytic Activity of Semiconductors," Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship.
Dr. Suelen Barg: Marie Curie Fellow
Dr. Salvador Eslava: postdoctoral research associate
Dr. Miriam Miranda: Marie Curie Fellow
Dr. Na Ni: postdoctoral research associate
Dr. Esther Garciá-Tuñon: postdoctoral research associate
Mr. Gil Da Costa Machado: PhD candidate
Mr. Claudio Ferraro: PhD candidate
Dr. Victoria Garcia Rocha: Marie Curie Fellow
Ms. Eleonora D'Elia: PhD candidate
Dr. Rui Hao: postdoctoral research associate
Mr. Akifumi Niwa: academic visitor
Ms. Alba Santmarti: Erasmus student
Dr. Cecilia Mattevi: Royal Society University Research Fellow, Materials Dept., Imperial College
Dr. Goki Eda. Professor Assistant at the National University of Singapore
Mr. Xiaotian Li: master thesis student
Mr. Muzzaffar Zaiviji-Ismail: master thesis student
Dr. Claudia Walter: Marie Curie fellow at University of Cambridge
Ms. Flora Babot
Dr. Hokwon Kim: postdoctoral researchers at CEA Grenoble
University of Mons Hainaut
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
Queen Mary College
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Dr. Antoni P. Tomsia, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hierarchical Materials Through Freezing, Solidification of Colloidal Suspensions, Avignon, France, 2010
Bio-inspired hybrid composites with complex hierarchical structures, Plenary talk in 11th International Symposium on Multiscale, Multifunctional and Functionally Graded Materials, Guimaraes, Portugal, 2010
Building Hierarchical Materials, Nanoforce, London, 2010
Key Stages in Reactive Spreading, Key note talk. MS&T 2011, Columbus USA, 2011
Hirarchical Scaffolds and Composites with Practical Dimensions, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 2012
Kinetics of High-Temperature Spreading, International Workshop on Wetting and Capillarity in Complex System,, Dresden, Germany, 2013
Assembly of Chemically Modified Graphene into Macroscopic Porous Architectures, Key note talk. 5th International Conference on Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues, Sitges, Spain, 2013
Research Student Supervision
D'Elia,E, Bio-inspired self-healing composites