Technologies for Nanosystems, Bioengineering and Energy
Lluís Marsal & Elisabet Xifré
Jakub Tomasz Domagalski holds MSc degree from Technical University Of Lodz, Poland in Nanotechnology (2011-2016). During this period, he participated in R&D project at University Twente, MESA+ Institute (Netherlands) where he was working on development of single-chain polymer nanoparticles. After defending his thesis, he undertook researcher internship at Unilever R&D department for 3 months working on optimalization of core formulae for liquid food products.
Project: Biomedical and sensor nanostructures based on nanoporous anodic alumina
The main objectives of this research are 1) the development of various nanoporous structures made of aluminum oxide using different anodization conditions; 2) the fabrication of polymer and composite metal-polymer nanostructures via template-assisted deposition for sensor and biomedical applications; and 3) the fabrication of alumina-based or composite nanotubes for potential biomedical applications.