Título - Química Aplicada
Presentación - Química Aplicada
The Doctoral programme in Applied Chemistry and Polymeric Materials has been put forward by the Departments of Applied Chemistry and Science and Technology of Polymers at the San Sebastián Faculty of Chemistry. It is a consolidated programme with teaching staff from the two departments involved and from prestigious external institutions.
The focus and contents of the programme are interdisciplinary and include all areas of chemistry. They cover aspects related to life sciences and to polymers, materials that are highly relevant scientifically and technically-speaking, but which are practically ignored in doctoral programmes in Spain.
The programme has collaboration agreements in place with technology centres and institutes such as POLYMAT: Institute for Polymer Science and Technology, Inasmet-Tecnalia, and CIDETEC. The programme also envisages international collaborations with research institutes and university departments to boost the opportunities of preparing international doctoral theses.
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Duration: 5 - 8 cursos
Places available: 2
Approximate fees: 219 €/academic year
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Duration: 3 - 5 cursos
Places available: 25
Approximate fees: 301 €/academic year
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Research teams and research topics
|Research teams||Research topics|
|Consolidated group of the Basque Government. IT-234-07. New polymeric materials for engineering and application in medicine.|
|Consolidated group of the Basque Government. IT-335-10. Fungal self-regulators, exopolysaccharides and structured catalytic systems.|
|Consolidated group of the Basque Government. IT-373-10. Synthesis and polymerization.|
|Consolidated group of the Basque Government. IT-444-10. Polymers with transport properties, improvement of the environmental impact and intelligent response.|
|Consolidated group of thee Basque Government. IT-441-10. Polymer rheology and nanocomposites.|
|Group recognized by the Research Vice-Rectorate. GIU 10/04. Coordination complexes, applied chemometrics, polyphenolic profile of ciders, toxic compounds in environmental samples.|