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Doctoral Programme in Materials Science and Technology

The UPV/EHU doctoral programme in Materials Science and Technology was launched under the auspices of various members of the academic staff with renowned and fruitful research careers in the field of materials science, be it in their synthesis, characterization or technological application.

On joining one of the participant research groups, the student will find an ample scope of research topics related to functional materials of technological interest where to choose from.

The ultimate target of this programme is the formation of highly qualified researchers who, both in industry and in academia, are capable of carrying out innovative research of the highest quality as well as of incorporating the latest scientific and technological developments into the production line.

Ultimately, the formation of specialists in the field of new materials is a number one priority if a sustained growth of Industry in general - and technological companies in particular - is to be maintained. In this respect, it is worth mentioning the strong links that the current programme maintains with nearby technological centers and industries.

Furthermore, most of the doctoral students on this programme obtain the mention of "International Doctorate".


 

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Part-time studies

Duration: 5 - 8 cursos

Places available: 2

Approximate fees: 219 €/academic year

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Full-time studies

Duration: 3 - 5 cursos

Places available: 12

Approximate fees: 301 €/academic year

Contact

Academic queries: luis.lezama@ehu.eus

Administrative queries: itziar.eskubi@ehu.es

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Research teams and research topics

Research teams and research topics
Research teamsResearch topics
MOF-POM Research Team
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.
Research Team in Crystalline Materials
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.
Research Team in Instrumentation and Control
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.
Research Team in Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.
Research Team in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.
Research Team in Solid State and Materials
  • Active and intelligent materials: Materials with crossed properties such as piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, with shape memory, magnetocaloric, multiferroic, etc., as well as their applications in intelligent devices and systems.
  • Advanced functional materials: materials with excellent dielectric, magnetic, semi-conductive, superconductive, optical, mechanical and thermal behaviour, as well as their applications in electronics, energy, transport, catalysis, biomedicine, etc.
  • Nanomaterials: in the shape of grains, threads or sheets, displaying functionalities specific to their size, as well as preparation techniques and specific characterization and their possible applications in any field of activity.