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Gustavo V. Guinea

education:

M.Sc. (Hons) Civil Eng., 1986, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

M.Sc. Physics (Hons), 1988, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ph. D. (Summa Cum Laude) Civil Eng., 1990, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

experience:

Gustavo V. Guinea is professor of materials science, Head of the Biomaterials & Biological Materials Lab and Director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CTB) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Among other prizes, he was awarded the RILEM's Robert L'Hermite Medal in 1993, and in 2006 he was appointed to National Correspondent Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Sciences. Expert on mechanical behavior of biological materials, Prof. Guinea has served as President of the Spanish Structural Integrity Society in the period 2001-2009. His research is focused in the development of new bioinspired fibers for scaffolding and tissue regeneration and on the characterization and modeling of mechanical properties and microstructure of biological fibers and soft biological tissues. He has authored more than a hundred indexed scientific papers, most Q1. H index is 38. He has also been PI of 14 national and EU projects with more than 2M€ budget.

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education:

M.Sc. (Hons) Civil Eng., 1986, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

M.Sc. Physics (Hons), 1988, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ph. D. (Summa Cum Laude) Civil Eng., 1990, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

experience:

Gustavo V. Guinea is professor of materials science, Head of the Biomaterials & Biological Materials Lab and Director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CTB) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Among other prizes, he was awarded the RILEM's Robert L'Hermite Medal in 1993, and in 2006 he was appointed to National Correspondent Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Sciences. Expert on mechanical behavior of biological materials, Prof. Guinea has served as President of the Spanish Structural Integrity Society in the period 2001-2009. His research is focused in the development of new bioinspired fibers for scaffolding and tissue regeneration and on the characterization and modeling of mechanical properties and microstructure of biological fibers and soft biological tissues. He has authored more than a hundred indexed scientific papers, most Q1. H index is 38. He has also been PI of 14 national and EU projects with more than 2M€ budget.

José Pérez

education:

Graduated in Physics (Solid State Physics) and Master in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.
PhD in Applied Physics

experience:

Since 1996 belongs to the Department of Materials Science (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) working on the basic and applied aspects of the characterization and production of natural and bioinspired silk fibers and hydrogels.

Lecturer of several courses on Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering in the Degress of Materials Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

Nombre + Apellido

education:

M.Sc. (Hons) Civil Eng., 1986, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

M.Sc. Physics (Hons), 1988, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ph. D. (Summa Cum Laude) Civil Eng., 1990, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

experience:

Gustavo V. Guinea is professor of materials science, Head of the Biomaterials & Biological Materials Lab and Director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CTB) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Among other prizes, he was awarded the RILEM's Robert L'Hermite Medal in 1993, and in 2006 he was appointed to National Correspondent Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Sciences. Expert on mechanical behavior of biological materials, Prof. Guinea has served as President of the Spanish Structural Integrity Society in the period 2001-2009. His research is focused in the development of new bioinspired fibers for scaffolding and tissue regeneration and on the characterization and modeling of mechanical properties and microstructure of biological fibers and soft biological tissues. He has authored more than a hundred indexed scientific papers, most Q1. H index is 38. He has also been PI of 14 national and EU projects with more than 2M€ budget.

Nombre + Apellido

education:

M.Sc. (Hons) Civil Eng., 1986, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

M.Sc. Physics (Hons), 1988, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ph. D. (Summa Cum Laude) Civil Eng., 1990, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

experience:

Gustavo V. Guinea is professor of materials science, Head of the Biomaterials & Biological Materials Lab and Director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CTB) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Among other prizes, he was awarded the RILEM's Robert L'Hermite Medal in 1993, and in 2006 he was appointed to National Correspondent Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Sciences. Expert on mechanical behavior of biological materials, Prof. Guinea has served as President of the Spanish Structural Integrity Society in the period 2001-2009. His research is focused in the development of new bioinspired fibers for scaffolding and tissue regeneration and on the characterization and modeling of mechanical properties and microstructure of biological fibers and soft biological tissues. He has authored more than a hundred indexed scientific papers, most Q1. H index is 38. He has also been PI of 14 national and EU projects with more than 2M€ budget.

Nombre + Apellido

education:

M.Sc. (Hons) Civil Eng., 1986, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

M.Sc. Physics (Hons), 1988, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ph. D. (Summa Cum Laude) Civil Eng., 1990, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

experience:

Gustavo V. Guinea is professor of materials science, Head of the Biomaterials & Biological Materials Lab and Director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CTB) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Among other prizes, he was awarded the RILEM's Robert L'Hermite Medal in 1993, and in 2006 he was appointed to National Correspondent Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Sciences. Expert on mechanical behavior of biological materials, Prof. Guinea has served as President of the Spanish Structural Integrity Society in the period 2001-2009. His research is focused in the development of new bioinspired fibers for scaffolding and tissue regeneration and on the characterization and modeling of mechanical properties and microstructure of biological fibers and soft biological tissues. He has authored more than a hundred indexed scientific papers, most Q1. H index is 38. He has also been PI of 14 national and EU projects with more than 2M€ budget.

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