Soft Matter Physics is rapidly developed field of physics wich enclose different research areas like colloid and surface science, physical chemistry, biophysics, between others at the interface between physics, chemistry, biology and technological sciences. Fields like Soft Nanoscience, Biotechnology, soft-electronics, drug development, pharmacology etc have been taken advantage for decades of the knowledge developed in soft matter physics. Hence this is nowadays a main fundamental topic in most of the university study programs in different disciplines. In general Soft Matter deals mainly with matter in between solid and liquid phase.
Here I show my research developed during more than 10 years working in different universities and research institutes all around Europe. The different topics and main research interest have been addressed independently and in parallel to other topics at different accademic institutions.
"Reply to “Comment on ‘Penetration of Action Potentials During Collision in the Median and Lateral Giant Axons of Invertebrates”’"
"Solitary electromechanical pulses in Lobster neurons"
"Bioinspired materials for water purification"
"Penetration of action potentials during collision in the median and lateral giant axons of invertebrates"
He graduated and completes his PhD in thermodynamics of self-assembly at the Dept. of Condensed Matter physics at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) in Spain. He completed the pre-doctoral training in Poland and Argentina, at the Jagiellonian University and the National University of Entre Rios respectively. During his post-doctoral training he worked on fluorinated compounds in biomedical applications and Fluorinated amphiphiles-protein interactions at the Department of Applied Physics at the USC.
Afterwards in 2004 he moves to France where he develops research polyelectrolyte-DNA interactions at the IMRCP unit mixte of the CNRS - University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse. In 2005 moves to Strasbourg at the Institute Charles Sadron (CNRS) where he worked in fluorinated catanionic vesicles and hemimicelles of semifluorinated alcanes.
In 2006 he move to Scandinavia and joined (as a Marie Curie Fellow) the division of the Physical chemistry 1 at Lund University. He develops research in DNA decompation using cyclodextrins and new imaging protocols in cryo-TEM for viscous systems. In 2008 he joined MEMPHYS - Center for Biomembrane Physics at the University of Southern Denmark working on the incorporation of aquaporins in biomimetic membranes for water filtration. In 2012 he joined the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen working in the group of Prof. Heimburg investigating the mechanical properties of action potentials in nerves using AFM. Currently Alfredo González-Pérez is working at Sydvatten AB on new bioinspired materials for water purification and environmental remediation.
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