Two PhD Students of CellMat Laboratory (Alberto López Gil and Ester Laguna Gutiérrez) win the Doctors TC Prize of The General Foundation of the University of Valladolid.
The Recognized Research Group “Physics and Chemistry of Solids”, to which CellMat Laboratory belongs, wins the Research Prize of Social Council of the University of Valladolid.
Belén Notario Collado, PhD student of CellMat Laboratory, wins the Student Scholarsip Award of the Foams 2014 Conference in Iselin, New Jersey, USA. She also obtained the first-place Poster Award in a competition between the different students who presented a poster in the previously mentioned conference.
Ester Laguna Gutiérrez obtained the second-place Poster Award in a competition between the different students who presented a poster in the FOAMS 2014 Conference.
Samuel Pardo Alonso, PhD student of CellMat Laboratory, wins the Student Scholarsip Award of the Foams 2012 Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Ester Laguna Gutiérrez, PhD student of CellMat Laboratory, wins the Student Scholarsip Award of the Foams 2012 Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Researchers of CellMat Laboratory are working on the development of new materials and processes for manufacturing plastic parts. These new materials will be employed to lighten the structures that are nowadays employed in the wind and maritime transport industries. Continue Reading
CellMat Laboratory develops a new system for manufacturing plastic pipes. This new technique, which has been already patented, allows reducing the costs of both raw material and transport. Moreover, the technology has also a great industrial interest in fields like thermal and/or acoustic insultaion in buildings, packaging and lightening of parts and structures.
The TV programe “Made in CyL” prepares a special report about CellMat Laboratory. This report is focused on one of the main research lines of CellMat Laboratory: Bioplastic Cellular Materials.
The professor and director of the Condensed Matter Physics Department of the University of Valladolid, José Antonio de Saja, has received the Castile and Leon Prize for Scientific and Technical Research in the edition corresponding to 2010.