Adrian Rodriguez Palomo

Doctoral Student at Materials Physics

I am a PhD student in Marianne Liebi research group since March 2018. My projects is focused on the study of the anisotropy and nanostructure of liquid crystals during flow. I use scanning SAXS as the main method to visulalize the changes in flow for their further application in 3D printed bone-inspired hierachical composites. Apart from that, I also study the quality and nanostructure of new formed bone in prealigned scaffolds for bone defects using scanning SAXS and SAXS tensor tomography. Before starting my PhD, I got a BSc in Materials Science Engineering at Complutense University of Madrid and a MSc in Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology at Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain.

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In Situ Visualization of the Structural Evolution and Alignment of Lyotropic Liquid Crystals in Confined Flow

Adrian Rodriguez Palomo, Viviane Lutz-Bueno, Xiaobao Cao et al
Small. Vol. 17 (7)
Journal article

Nanostructure and anisotropy of 3D printed lyotropic liquid crystals studied by scattering and birefringence imaging

Adrian Rodriguez Palomo, Viviane Lutz-Bueno, Manuel Guizar-Sicairos et al
Additive Manufacturing. Vol. 47
Journal article

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