Imperial College London

ProfessorJulianJones

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Professor of Biomaterials
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6749julian.r.jones

 
 
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Location

 

207GoldsmithSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Biomaterials - MATE97046

Aims

This course is designed to give students the firm foundation in the fundamentals of Biomaterials required in subsequent years of study for those taking Advanced Biomaterials in year 4 and for those taking the MEng in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering and to serve as a self-standing unit. The missions of Biomaterials are to explain the types and properties of materials needed for various medical applications and how to synthesise and characterise them.

 

 

Role

Course Leader

Biomaterials - MATE96008

Aims

This course is designed to give students the firm foundation in the fundamentals of Biomaterials required in subsequent years of study for those taking Advanced Biomaterials in year 4 and for those taking the MEng in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering and to serve as a self-standing unit. The missions of Biomaterials are to explain the types and properties of materials needed for various medical applications and how to synthesise and characterise them.

 

 

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Biomaterials - MATE97047

Aims

The course aims to introduce students to the latest developments in hard tissue biology.

 

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Biomaterials - MATE97025

Aims

The course aims to introduce students to the latest developments in hard tissue biology.

 

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Biomaterials - MATE97024

Aims

The course aims to introduce students to the latest developments in hard tissue biology.

 

Role

Course Leader

Biomaterials - MATE97007

Aims

This course is designed to give students the firm foundation in the fundamentals of Biomaterials required in subsequent years of study for those taking Advanced Biomaterials in year 4 and for those taking the MEng in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering and to serve as a self-standing unit. The missions of Biomaterials are to explain the types and properties of materials needed for various medical applications and how to synthesise and characterise them.

 

 

Role

Course Leader

Materials Chemistry and Polymer Sciences - MATE95002

Aims

This course is designed to (i) give students a fundamental understanding of materials stability and the implications for corrosion and protection of engineering materials, (ii) develop students understanding of polymer synthesis, characterisation, structure and properties, and (iii) to develop an understanding of how macromolecules arrange themselves in polymer solids and how that arrangement affects the macroscopic properties. The module also covers how polymers are processed into useful products and how macroscopic properties can be controlled through processing. The course content follows on directly from the first year 102 and 104 courses and develops many of the concepts of thermodynamics, kinetics and polymers applied to materials systems.

 

Role

Lecturer