• Research Groups

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The GEMAT group (Materials Engineering Group) conducts its activity in three main areas: the development of new functional materials, surface engineering and biomaterials.

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AppLightChem is a research group that specializes in the biomedical applications and chemical aspects of photonics.

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CRISOL is a powerful team capable of offering innovative chemical tools that make it real solutions to the challenges of Molecular Science, a discipline that is at the heart of key activities for Society, such as Medicinal and Process Chemistry, or Materials Science. 

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The group’s activity is structured around the different analytical, spectrometric, chromatographic, electrochemical and optical techniques, both in their application and development.

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The GEPI group (Industrial Products Engineering Group) conducts its activity in three main areas: Additive Manufacturing (AM), Reverse Engineering: digitization of objects with scanners and mechanical characterization of materials.

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GESPA’s research is framed within environmental engineering and molecular and process simulation. The group consists of a team of multidisciplinary scientists who combine chemical engineering, biotechnology, and analysis with a theoretical-experimental approach to improve the sustainability of processes.

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The GEVAB group develops its activity in two main areas: the development of biomaterials to treat vascular pathologies and the study of other clinical needs, integrating knowledge from medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computing.

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The GQBB group (Biological and Biotechnological Chemistry Group) conducts its activity in three main areas: identification and molecular analysis of proteins and enzymes, their use as therapeutic targets and design and applications of enzymes in biocatalysis and biotechnology in microorganisms.

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The research focuses on two main areas: New Drugs in Biomedicine and Health Sciences and Flow Chemistry Processes.

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The goal of this group is the application of data analytics and modeling techniques to the different areas of expertise of IQS (i.e. biosciences, engineering and social sciences) and the teaching of these techniques in higher education.

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GAM (Group of Applied Mechanics and Advanced Manufacturing) is a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers focused on research and problem-solving related to the advanced manufacturing, the development, characterisation and efficient use of engineering-grade materials, and the enhancement of structural performance.

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The SEE group brings together IQS researchers who collaborate at the interface of issues related to ethical or socio-economic aspects, as well as as poverty, inequality, education, aporophobia, social exclusion, convergence, and sustainability, among others.

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