Tejo Otero, Aitor; Fenollosa i Artés, Felip; Uceda Molera, Roger; Castellví, Anna; Lustig, Pamela; Valls Esteve, Arnau; Ayats, Marta; Munuera, Josep; Buj Corral, Irene; Krauel, Lucas (Elsevier BV, 2021-06)
Open AccessNeuroblastoma is the most common abdominal solid tumour in childhood. Its removal implies a complex surgery that requires surgical experience due to the usual encassement of major abdominal blood vessels. Standard surgical ...
Advanced manufacturing of ceramics for biomedical applications: Subjection methods for biocompatible materials Minguella Canela, Joaquim; Cuiñas, D; Uceda Molera, Roger; Rodríguez, J.V.; Vivancos Calvet, Joan (Universidad de Zaragoza (UZA), 2013)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThe continuously growing utilization of ceramic compounds in the field of medicine, industry and aerospace, among others, imply a high degree of specialization in terms of the material properties and functionalization due ...
Foreseeing new multi-material FFF-Additive Manufacturing concepts meeting mimicking requirements with living tissues Fenollosa i Artés, Felip; Gomà Ayats, Joan Ramon; Buj Corral, Irene; Tejo Otero, Aitor; Minguella Canela, Joaquim; Uceda Molera, Roger; Valls Esteve, Arnau; Ayats, Marta (2019)
Open AccessThe development of additive manufacturing (AM) during the last years has revolutionized not only the industry, but also the medical sector. This alongside the necessity in our society and in medicine to enhance the quality ...
Uceda Molera, Roger (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2005-06)
Master thesis (pre-Bologna period)
Reinforced photocurable materials for an Additive Manufacturing process based on Mask Image Projection Bonada Bo, Jordi; Xuriguera Martin, Elena; Muguruza Blanco, Asier; Gonçalves, Joana; Barcelona, Pol; Pons Poblet, Josep Maria; Minguella Canela, Joaquim; Uceda Molera, Roger (2020-03-09)
Open AccessMask Image Projection based on Stereolithography (MIP-SL) is an Additive Manufacturing (AM) system which it is based on a Frontal Photopolymerization Process (FPP) to manufacture parts made of photocurable materials. In ...